Wesley Kanne Clark (* Dezember in Chicago, Illinois) ist ein hochdekorierter ehemaliger General der US Army. Als Supreme Allied Commander. Wesley „Wes“ Kanne Clark ist ein General a. D. der US Army. Als Supreme Allied Commander Europe war er auch Oberbefehlshaber der NATO-Streitkräfte im Kosovokrieg. Im Jahre bemühte er sich um die US-Präsidentschaftskandidatur der. General Wesley Clark, Nato-Oberkommandierender während des Kosovo-Krieges und heute Geschäftsmann mit Verbindungen zum Pentagon, lässt mit seinem.
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Wesley Clark retired from service in May After retirement, he announced his candidacy for the presidential campaign.
He also continued as the political commentator for CNN and is a public speaker. Wesley Clark has received several awards, honors, and knighthoods during his military and civilian career.
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Nor has he ever said in public what made him become a Democrat after a lifelong history of Republican affinities, which makes his conversion sound more like opportunism than principle.
Retired Gen. Wesley K. Clark helped an Arkansas information company win a contract to assist development of an airline passenger screening system, one of the largest surveillance programs ever devised by the government.
Starting just after the Sept. Matt Drudge has done his homework. He's come up with Republican Wesley Clark. We need them there.
Drudge continues with Clark on American military involvement overseas:. And do you ever ask why it is the Europeans, the people that make the Mercedes and the BMW's that got so much money can't put some of that money in their own defense programs and they need us to do their defense for them?
Don't you ever believe it when you hear foreign leaders making nasty comments about us. That's them playing to their domestic politics as they misread it.
Because when you talk to the people out there, they love us. They love our values. They love what we stand for in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
So there you have it: Bush-praising-Republican Wesley Clark. Indecisive on important matters? Right on target, brothers and sisters. Right on target.
At least 14 people died on April 12, when a US Airforce bomber fired on a railway bridge near the Serbian village of Grdenicka just as a passenger train was crossing the bridge.
Following the initial strike of the train, the pilot returned to make a second sweep of the burning bridge and dropped a bomb on a carriage that had not been hit by the first assault.
At the time NATO described the bombing of the commuter train as a tragic accident. NATO's presentation of events, it now emerges, was based on doctored video recordings and misleading descriptions of what took place aboard the fighter plane.
According to Clark, the films made clear that the passenger train was approaching too fast for the pilot, who was concentrating on the difficult business of guiding the bombs, to react.
Clark may have violated federal election laws by discussing his presidential campaign during recent paid appearances, according to campaign finance experts.
Clark, a newcomer to presidential politics, touted his candidacy during paid appearances at DePauw University in Indiana and other campuses after he entered the presidential race on Sept.
Under the laws governing the financing of presidential campaigns, candidates cannot be paid by corporations, labor unions, individuals or even universities for campaign-related events.
The Federal Election Commission FEC considers such paid political appearances akin to a financial contribution to a candidate.
New York Post, September 26, A video released by Republicans, taped at a Arkansas GOP fund-raiser, shows Clark praising Bush, the first President Bush and Ronald Reagan for "great" or "tremendous" leadership and painting the Clinton administration as clueless.
The video also hints that Clark voted for Bush in , since he seems to side with Bush in the controversy over counting military ballots from Florida.
Clark fumes that when U. The essay quickly zooms through cyberspace and causes a big stir. For Michael Moore, the reaction is gratifying.
After Al Qaeda attacked America, retired Gen. Wes Clark thought the Bush administration would invite him to join its team.
After all, he'd been NATO commander, he knew how to build military coalitions and the investment firm he now worked for had strong Bush ties.
But when GOP friends inquired, they were told: forget it. Clark was furious. Last January, at a conference in Switzerland, he happened to chat with two prominent Republicans, Colorado Gov.
Clark late last week insisted the remark was a "humorous tweak. We were really shocked. But as recently as two years ago, he was addressing Republican dinners in his home state of Arkansas amid speculation about a possible future Clark run for office -- as a Republican.
Speaking on May 11, , as the keynote speaker to the Pulaski County Republican Party's Lincoln Day Dinner, Clark said that American involvement abroad helps prevent war and spreads the ideals of the United States, according to an AP dispatch the following day.
Two weeks later, a report in U. He hasn't been in there and ordered the bombs to fall. Clark's retort, however, is what drew rebuke.
In referring to McCain's military experience, he stated: "Well, I don't think riding in a fighter plane and getting shot down is a qualification to be president.
However, Clark has received the backing of several prominent liberal groups such as MoveOn. Yes, we were still on track for going against Iraq, he said.
But there was more. This was being discussed as part of a five-year campaign plan, he said, and there were a total of seven countries, beginning with Iraq, then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia,Sudan and finishing off Iran.
Wesley Clark has been awarded numerous honors, awards, and knighthoods over the course of his military and civilian career. Notable military awards include the Defense Distinguished Service Medal with four oak leaf clusters , the Legion of Merit with three oak leaf clusters, the Silver Star , and the Bronze Star with an oak leaf cluster.
He is a member of the guiding coalition of the Project on National Security Reform. This wiki. This wiki All wikis. Sign In Don't have an account?
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Even though Clark made quick and outstanding progress with the armor unit, Hudacheck expressed his attitude towards Clark by omitting him from a list of battalion commanders selected to greet a congressional delegation visiting the base.
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Two resolutions were heard in the House of Representatives, one of which claimed the incident was "one of the most colossal blunders of the Second World War During the Korean War , he took over as commander of the United Nations Command on May 12, , succeeding General Matthew Ridgway , a close friend and a fellow graduate of the West Point class of From until , after retiring from the Army, Clark served as president of The Citadel , the military college located in Charleston, South Carolina.
From to , Clark was head of the so-called "Clark Task Force" to study and make recommendations on all intelligence activities of the Federal government.
Members of the Clark Task Force were Adm. Richard L. Russell , a former Assistant Secretary of State. The staff director was Maj.
James G. Christiansen, USA Ret. The task force first met early November and in May submitted one Top Secret report for the President, and another unclassified for the Hoover Commission and Congress.
In , Clark was elected an honorary member of the South Carolina Society of the Cincinnati in recognition of his outstanding service to his country.
General Clark retired in when he stepped down as president of The Citadel. He lived in Charleston, South Carolina in retirement where he died on April 17, , shortly before his 88th birthday.
He was buried on the campus of The Citadel. Clark married Maurine Doran, daughter of Mr. Doran of Muncie, Ind. Clark died October 5, Their son was Maj.
William Doran Clark, U. Gordon H. Mark W. Fort Drum 's Clark Hall is named for him. Fort Drum is located near Clark's Madison Barracks birthplace, and Clark Hall is used for administrative in processing and out processing of soldiers assigned to the 10th Mountain Division.
The term "intelligence community", created by the federal intelligence-review "Clark Task Force" General Clark headed from to , remains in use by the U.
Frederick , which came under Clark's command in the Italian Campaign. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. American general.
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