Wednesday, April 21, 2010

A CLASS OF GENERALS

The West Point Class of 1915 is known as ‘The Class the Stars Fell On’ because of graduates like Omar Bradley and Dwight Eisenhower. But the Class of 1976 - which graduated from West Point at the lowest point in the history of the modern US Army - is coming into a stellar reputation all their own . . . Wall Street Journal


David William Barno: Retired top commander in Afghanistan



Frank Gunther Helmick: Leading U.S. efforts to train Iraqi troops



Stanley Allen McChrystal: Top Officer in Afghanistan



Raymond Thomas Odierno: Top officer in Iraq



David Mitchell Rodriguez: Deputy in command in Afghanistan


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6 comments:

  1. SL -- Would appreciate you comment on this: Adm. Mike Mullen does not rule out US shooting Israeli jets enroute to bomb Iran.

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  2. I served in B Company, 1st Battalion, 52nd Infantry (Mechanized) in Bamberg, West Germany from 1981-1983. LTGEN Rodriguez was a young Captain and my company commander. He was a good officer and I wondered than how far he would go.

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  3. Owatermelon is on the same page as Jimmuh. He won't/can't make a decision. The IDF will have to refuel themselves over whatever areas they deem necessary.
    It will be the downfall of US diplomacy if we don't help them, but thats the way the Dims roll.

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  4. ..not to mention the Reservists GOs from that class.... (oh wait, you didn't mention them)

    RetRsvMike

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