General H. Norman Schwarzkopf:
He loved his family; he loved his country and was not ashamed to show it.
One of the last of the “Good Guys” died at the age of 78.
If the current leaders of our country were half of the man that the general was, the United States would be a lot better, safer, more respected and honorable place to live.
People like General Schwarzkopf only come around once in a life time.
Norman Schwarzkopf, Jr.
Herbert Norman Schwarzkopf, KCB was a United States Army general who, while he served as Commander of U.S. Central Command, was commander of coalition forces in the Persian Gulf War. Wikipedia
Born: August 22, 1934, Trenton
Died: December 27, 2012, Tampa
Spouse: Brenda Holsinger (m. 1968–2012)
Parents: Herbert Norman Schwarzkopf, Sr., Ruth Alice
Education: University of Southern California, United States Military Academy, U.S. Army War College
Awards: Purple Heart, Silver Star, Bronze Star Medal, Commendation Medal, Legion of Merit, Distinguished Flying Cross, Air Medal, Defense Superior Service Medal, Defense Distinguished Service Medal, Air Force Distinguished Service Medal, Coast Guard Distinguished Service Medal
What a legacy.