Major General Herbert NormanSchwarzkopf (August 28, 1895 – November 25, 1958) was the first superintendent of the New Jersey State Police. He is best known for his involvement in the Lindbergh kidnapping case. He was the father of General NormanSchwarzkopf, Jr., the commander of all Coalition forces for Operation Desert Shield/Storm.
NormanSchwarzkopf, Jr. or H. NormanSchwarzkopf, KCB (August 22, 1934 – December 27, 2012) was a United States Army general. While serving as Commander of United States Central Command, he was commander of coalition forces in the Persian Gulf War.
He set his star by a simple motto: duty, honor, country. Only rarely does history grant a single individual the ability, personal charisma, moral force, and intelligence to command the respect, admiration, and affection of an entire nation. But such a man is General H. NormanSchwarzkopf, commander of the Allied Forces in the Gulf War. Now, in this refreshingly candid and typically outspoken autobiography, General Schwarzkopf reviews his remarkable life and career: the events, the adventures, and the emotions that molded the character and shaped the beliefs of this uniquely distinguished American leader.
From the 1997 PBS documentary "The Gulf War", an interview with former Commander of U.S. forces in the first Gulf War, General H. NormanSchwarzkopf and former Assistant National... - 06.07.2008, YouTube
The four-star general and commander of a U.S.-led international coalition drove Saddam Hussein’s forces out of Kuwait in 1991 in the Persian Gulf War, but the retired general kept a low public profile in controversies over the war against Iraq that began in 2003.