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Gen. H. Norman Schwarzkopf

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December 28, 2012
An inspiring leader who lead by example, were the soldier felt his presence during his physical absence. His presence will always be felt by veterans and their families. Old soldiers never die, we just fade away. Our general will always be there, present in the annals of history. May his family feel our love and support.
December 28, 2012
1934-2012, We will miss you General! I had the pleasure of serving under General Schwarzkopf twice during my career. Once in the 24th Inf Div where he was Div Commander (Grenada & Panama actions) and the other in Saudi Arabia, Iraq, and Kuwait Desert Storm and Shield). I remember briefing him on the readiness for war status of my company. He was a GREAT General and didn't beat around the issues nor except nonsense. He didn't allow anyone else under him do that either. If it was broke FIX IT and do it in a hurry. He would come back to check too! It was either good or bad there was NO excuses for NOT doing what you should do. Years later at the Baharan Airport in Saudi Arabia we met again in the concourse....he noticed me standing on the side of the hall way and came up to me with his entourage, shook my hand, and said it was good to see me again. I don't think he actually remembered me personally but he said that...I think it was the patch that I wore once again of the 24th that he noticed. He was certainly loved in the 24th INF Div (mech). GODSPEED GENERAL!
December 28, 2012
We lost another great man today. We need more men lik this man! To you and yoir family thank you for your sevice!
December 28, 2012
An American giant, and a hero, prayers and condolences to his family
December 28, 2012
God Bless you, Even in the Bible the Lord tells us to fight for what is right, with in him. Thank you for saving what was right. Man kind, Linda
December 28, 2012
Thanks for being a soldier's general and not a politician's general RIP.
December 28, 2012
Thank you for your service to this Great Country. You will long be remembered by those who love the United States of America. May you rest in peace. God Bless America.
December 28, 2012
Saddned to hear the news of this great mans passing. Thank you for all of your service to our country! You were a man of true integrity and leadership! Our country needs more men like you! Rest in peace, i know in my heart and soul you are with our God!
December 28, 2012
Thank God that men like Gen. Schwarzkoff have been with us.
December 28, 2012
I am truly sorry for the loss of a Great
General. and a Great American.
My deepest condolences to his Family.

Rosanna, Coral Springs, Florida

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