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.
13.04.2012 [The New American] - Heading the investigation was New Jersey State Police Superintendent H. NormanSchwarzkopf — father of “Stormin' Norman” of Gulf War fame. A “political” appointee, Schwarzkopf's only criminal justice experience before this position was as a department
29.03.2012 [ScienceBlogs (blog)] - In 1991, Dan Quayle was US Vice President, General NormanSchwarzkopf led the 100-hour assault known as Operation Desert Storm, and Phil Collins had the record of the year. It was the last (and only) time that the US Congress amended the Occupational