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  • July 2004 - Schwarzkopf - Desert Storm, 1991

    For our magazine readers, this area provides some space to discuss the article on page 64*.

    *"Schwarzkopf - Desert Storm, 1991" by Bradley T. Gericke
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    Re: July 2004 - Schwarzkopf - Desert Storm, 1991

    Originally posted by Brian King
    For our magazine readers, this area provides some space to discuss the article on page 64*.

    *"Schwarzkopf - Desert Storm, 1991" by Bradley T. Gericke
    Though I did not personally meet General Schwarzkopf, I did see him several times in the Command Center. He struck me as a rather driven person, and one who did not well tolerate dissent. Having witnessed this, I was afterwards quite happy that I did not have to deal with him in person. I don't object to his command ability, but must say that his human relations skills were certainly deficient to some degree.
    Mens Est Clavis Victoriae
    (The Mind Is The Key To Victory)

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      Re: Re: July 2004 - Schwarzkopf - Desert Storm, 1991

      Originally posted by hogdriver
      ....his human relations skills were certainly deficiently to some degree.
      That's a fecking understatment. Since Grenada he was high on my list of people NOT to work for if at all possible.

      DS was actually a collaberation of some Jedi Knight Masters, Jim Dunnigan, some planners at TUSA, CENTCOM, and XVIII ABC.

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        Re: Re: Re: July 2004 - Schwarzkopf - Desert Storm, 1991

        Originally posted by RetPara
        That's a fecking understatment. Since Grenada he was high on my list of people NOT to work for if at all possible.

        DS was actually a collaberation of some Jedi Knight Masters, Jim Dunnigan, some planners at TUSA, CENTCOM, and XVIII ABC.
        I guess I was lucky - during Urgent Fury, I served from afar, so did not have contact with more than three or four SOUTHCOM officers.
        Mens Est Clavis Victoriae
        (The Mind Is The Key To Victory)

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          That's a fecking understatment. Since Grenada he was high on my list of people NOT to work for if at all possible.
          Really...I didn't that about him. I met him when I was 12 shortly after the Gulf War and he seemed extremely nice even got his autograph:thumb:

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