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December 29, 2012
Gen .Schwarzkopf was my favorite General and perhaps the greatest Gen. that was born and raised in N.J.I saw him at the NYC Welcome Home Parade for Persian Gulf Veterans and at the dedication of the N.J. Vietnam Memorial in Holmdel,in his speech there, when he said, the title he was most proud of was ,"Vietnam Veteran" he certainly inspired me and many other Vietnam Veterans in the crowd!His service in Vietnam and the Persian Gulf War will always be remembered by me. A great ,brave, and heroic military leader has left us and the world is a poorer place!R.I.P.
December 29, 2012
December 29, 2012
He was a great human being. Frankly, I loved him for protecting his troops and country.I'm sure he was also a wonderful father and husband. RIP
December 29, 2012
A great leader of our army, now joined that army in the sky, God bless and be with his family at their time of need.
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