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Gen. H. Norman Schwarzkopf

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December 28, 2012
In my book you matched all the great military leaders, Grant, Lee, Pershing, Ike, and Mac.
December 28, 2012
Thank you for your service and commitment to our country. God Bless you.
December 28, 2012
I served with GEN Schwarzkopf when he was our Commander of the 24th INF DIV (MECH) at Ft. Stewart, GA in 1985-86. He was our guest speaker at my Primary Leadership Development Course (PLDC). He was speaking on the NCO Creed. When he got to the part about NCO's being the backbone of the Army, he replied, "My NCO's are not the backbone of the Army," (the auditorium fell deafly quiet) he continued, "MY NCO's are the Blood, Guts and Muscle of the MY Army and they will lead our Soldiers and carve "V's" (for the Victory Division) in the foreheads of our enemies!"..The place went nuts. I'll never forget the General and the impact that he had on me. He will be missed and should go down as a true American hero. When I shook his hand, I remember the size of his hands... he was a man's man.. a Leader that commanded respect. Thank you for your contribution to our Country.
Very respectfully submitted,
SSG Kirt Runyan (R), Durand, MI
December 28, 2012
R.I.P. Gen. Schwarzkopf. We all love you here. Wayne & Kitty Rogers
December 28, 2012
My deepest sympathy goes out to the family of General H. Norman Schwarzkopf. America has lost one of it greatest. Thank you for sharing him with America. Blessings,
December 28, 2012
Now all of the men in heaven have another story to listen to with the General joining them. My father was a great fan of yours; say hi to him in heaven.
December 28, 2012
You could have heard a pin drop in an auditorium in Dallas TX during a NADA conference where thousands of business professionals awaited General Norman Schwarzkopf answer to the big question;
“To what do you attribute your outstanding success as a Leader in Desert Storm”? Stormin Norman was quick to clarify the success was not his, but our country's, & he restated the question as to what he considered his “most valued resource” to his success & his answer was…..”PEOPLE”!
What a simple, selfless, but profound statement from the General that stood at attention before us, honoring his troops, respecting man-kind & heralding our country.
Respectfully,
A 42 year wife of a Disabled Viet Nam American Vet!
December 28, 2012
To the Schwarzkopf family:
My condolences for the loss of General H. Norman. May God's Word provide you strength during this difficult time. (Isa. 41:10,13)
December 28, 2012
Gen. Schwarzkopf was one of the more enduring legacies of the Vietnam War and made us proud as our commander in the first Iraqui war when he kicked butt. A true American hero,may he rest in peace for eternity. I'm proud to have him on our side. Blessings to his family.
December 28, 2012
God Bless Norman,Thank you for being the kind of man that you were.Thank you for getting my sons home safe and sound from the war(desert storm/shield).You will not be forgotten.Thank you to his family for sharing him with all of us.

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