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General Wesley K. Clark became the Supreme Allied Commander Europe on 11 July 1997. He is also the Commander-in-Chief, United States European Command.



General Clark's last assignment was as Commander-in-Chief, United States Southern Command, Panama, from June 1996 to July 1997, where he commanded all U.S. forces and was responsible for the direction of most U.S. military activities and interests in Latin America and the Caribbean. His previous assignment was as the Director, Strategic Plans and Policy, J5, the Joint Staff (April 1994-June 1996) where he was the staff officer responsible for world-wide politico-military affairs and U.S. military strategic planning. He also led the military negotiations for the Bosnian Peace Accords at Dayton.



General Clark is an Armor Officer who has commanded at every level from Company to Division. As the Commander 1st Cavalry Division, Fort Hood, Texas (August 1992-April 1994), he transitioned the Division into a rapidly deployable force and conducted three emergency deployments to Kuwait. During the Cold War, he commanded the 3rd Brigade, 4th Infantry Division (April 1986-March 1988), and the 1st Battalion, 77th Armor, 4th Infantry Division (February 1980-June 1982) at Fort Carson, Colorado. General Clark has also commanded three companies, to include a mechanized infantry company in combat in Vietnam.

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According to the form, Johnston made $263,363, while Clark made $108,417 in his first half-year at Wesley. Clark's third year is coming to a close. Athletic Director and football coach Mike Drass is one of Wesley College's highest-paid employees at $113,978, while Professor Malcolm D'Souza was the ...
Kim Jong Un recognizes his country is in deep, deep troub... CNBC Videos April 19, 2018. Gen. Wesley Clark, U.S. Army (retired), and former NATO commander, shares his thoughts on what is likely taking place between President Trump and Korea's President Kim Jong Un.

Kim Jong Un recognizes his country is in deep, deep trouble, says retired US general. 8:16 AM ET Thu, 19 April 2018. Gen. Wesley Clark, U.S. Army (retired), and former NATO commander, shares his thoughts on what is likely taking place between President Trump and Korea's President Kim Jong Un. Watch CNBC Live TV ...
On Fox News last night. “The only upside I can see is non-intervention.” ~ Col. Douglas MacGregor, former top planner for Gen. Wesley Clark (NATO commander), former commanding officer of H.R. McMaster. Douglas Macgregor Assert "Russia DESTROYS SYRIA" TRUMP no help anyone - Tucker Carlson ...
... to foment paranoia about coup plots. The theme of Assad “overreacting” to demonstrations in 2011 has been loudly trumpeted by the western mass media ever since the violence erupted, which the US and its allies were involved in creating from the very beginning. The General Wesley Clark Statement.
Wesley Clark, who is interviewed in the movie. As questions raise ethical concerns about the behavior of Rodman & Renshaw under Clark's tenure, he finally grows agitated and stomps out of the interview. “He says in the film that he didn't have anything to do with setting up these deals, and when he heard ...

He makes for a complicated whistleblower, in a film full of complicated characters: The lawyer who represented the China firms. The investment banker who sold shares and issued “buy” recommendations on these stocks to his clients. Retired U.S. Army General Wesley Clark, who was chairman of Rodman ...
Retired Army Gen. Wesley Clark appears here in an interview, and it doesn't go well. Clark was chairman of Rodman & Renshaw, which sold some of these questionable investments. It's unclear how much Clark knew, but in the documentary he takes umbrage at the line of questioning and walks off the set.
Let's talk about retired general Wesley Clark, who walks out of your interview. What did you ask him that upset him so much? Clark was the chairman of one of these banks that was near the head of the pack. He was explaining his whole side of it, and then, in the course of explaining that, he decided that he ...
In October 2007 – when the Petraeus surge in Anbar province was still unraveling – retired US General and former NATO Supreme Allied Commander Wesley Clark finally disclosed, in a book-promotion speech in San Francisco, the absolute non-connection between 9/11 and Shock and Awe.
“So here we have the first female combat reporter and we have General Wesley Clark and General David Petraeus, all talking about how important the Stripes is to service men and women down range and civilians don't realize that there is a publication out there that keeps those in uniform informed.”.
... facing criticism for thin diplomatic ranks in the region and for agreeing to a summit too early in the process. Ambassador Christopher Hill, former U.S. ambassador to South Korea, and General Wesley Clark discuss the terms the president should push for ahead of his meeting with the North Korea delegation.Mar.10.2018.
Russia continues to wage hybrid warfare across Europe and the United States, and—for the most part—the West has been slow to respond, leaving some to ask – did the first Cold War ever really end, before this new conflict began? Former CIA and NSA chief Gen. (ret.) Michael Hayden joined Gen. (ret.) ...
Wesley Clark — help promoters who pack overvalued Chinese assets into the carcasses of small, publicly traded U.S. firms to separate retirement investors from their dollars, without effective oversight from either country.” Since 2013, David has pushed Congress, the Securities and Exchange Commission, ...
The Wesley Clark Driving School pays homage to the retired U.S. Army general who led NATO during the Kosovo War. There's a replica of the Statue of Liberty atop Hotel Victory. And Beau Biden Roadway is named after the late son of former Vice President Biden, outside Camp Bondsteel, the U.S. airbase ...
The retired generals include George Casey, David Petraeus, Stanley McChrystal and Wesley Clark. They say that "today's crises do not have military solutions alone." The list of veterans includes those from all military branches. They write that the U.S. must strengthen its global leadership amid escalating ...
The retired generals include George Casey, David Petraeus, Stanley McChrystal and Wesley Clark. They say that "today's crises do not have military solutions alone." The list of veterans includes those from all military branches. They write that the U.S. must strengthen its global leadership amid escalating ...

General Wesley Clark, former NATO Supreme Allied Commander, and presidential candidate, speaks to a packed house at the Helene Galen Auditorium Annenberg Center for Health Sciences at Eisenhower on Tuesday, January 30, 2018 in Rancho Mirage, as the first speaker in the 2018 Rancho Mirage ...
We're in a real "cat and mouse game" with how we look at North Korea, says Gen. Wesley Clark, former NATO Supreme Allied Commander, sharing his ideas on how to respond to North Korea's missile threat which could include behind the scenes retaliation. We can shut down a lot of the North Korean ...
To the rescue, is General Wesley Clark, former NATO Supreme Allied Commander, Retired 4 Star General, West Point Valedictorian, Rhodes Scholar and Author, whom I had the honor and pleasure of interviewing on these issues. I asked him about current events and his take on what's happening.
These principles provide the foundation for a new American strategy for the region, and provide the real answer to Gerasimov's threatening remarks. Commentary by Retired General Wesley Clark, a former NATO Supreme Allied Commander and a Senior Fellow at the UCLA Burkle Center. Follow him on ...
Lebanon native and veteran Democratic consultant and activist Carol Andrews is running for the Democratic Executive Committee in State Senate District 17, which includes Wilson, Smith, Cannon, Clay, Dekalb and Macon counties. “I am coming into this job prepared and willing to work hard for all the ...
Wesley Clark, Rep. Mike Coffman, Rep. Ed Perlman, Gov. Michael Dukakis, NBA coach Phil Jackson, basketball player Michael Jordan, rocks stars Jon Bon Jovi and Bruce Springsteen, astronaut Neil Armstrong and NBC News anchor Tom Brokaw. The American Legion Colorado Boys State program is ...
The U.S., British and French strikes on Syria's chemical warfare facilities are over, for now. Militarily, they were masterfully done-on target, little collateral damage, and minimal risks of escalation. Perhaps they will deter, for a while, another Syrian chemical attack on civilians. But the most significant aspect of ...


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