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June 3, 2013
know God will Bless You Sir, I Hope will Bless your Familia with Many Fond memories.
May 5, 2013
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
May 3, 2013
A Great Leader. I served under his Command during the Gulf War. Keep them all in line at the BIG HOUSE SIR!!!

SGT.Jones
March 20, 2013
My grandson graduated from West Point in 2006 and I was so proud to learn that Gen. Schwarzkopf would be there that week and so very proud when he presented the lt. bars and shook his hand. My grandson then ran up to the stands where we sat and said " Here Granny, this is the hand that just shook with the Pres. and the Gen. Schwarzkopf." He knew that I loved and admired the Gen. after reading his book. He had more stars in his crown than he wore on his shoulder. I am sure he is finding his well deserved peace in Heaven.
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