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Wesley Clark
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Military Personnel
    (December 23, 1944- )
    Raised in Little Rock, AR
    Graduated first in his class from West Point (1966)
    Received a master's degree
    Commander of a mechanized infantry company in Vietnam
    Graduated from the National War College and the Command and General Staff College
    Served in various mid level capacities
    Director, Pentagon Strategic Plans and Policy (1994-1996)
    Commander, US Southern Command (1996-1997)
    Supreme Allied Commander, NATO (1997-2000)
    Author, 'Waging Modern War'
    CEO of Wesley K. Clark & Associates
    Advisor, analyst, and/or chairman of the board at numerous organizations
    Lives in Arlington, VA
    Recently declared he is seeking the Democratic presidential nomination
    Dropped out of the 2004 presidential race after placing third in both the Virginia and Tennessee primaries
    He was, at different times, a Jew, a Baptist and a Catholic (not very stable).
    After working as the highest NATO officer, he became a corporate consultant.
    He is a fan of Bob Dylan.
    He was pressured by the Democrats to seek the nomination for president because he is less politically vulnerable.
    Most of the web sites about him on the Internet are propaganda.
    He was relieved of his post as NATO commander three months before the end of his tour of duty.
    His presidential race exit speech sounded like a victory speech (February 2004).
    He helped organize the US military intervention in Kosovo.
    He has honorary knighthoods from both the British and Dutch governments.
    He served a total of 33 years in the US military.
    He was awarded the Silver Star for valor, the Purple Heart for combat injuries (both in Vietnam).
    He has also earned over a dozen other high military decorations including two Bronze Stars and three Defense Distinguished Service Medals.
    His son also served in he military.

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