Decorated U.S. Military General who offered as the Commander-in-Chief of USA Central Control for the coalition makes in the Persian Gulf Battle. He was created in Trenton, NJ and later went to the U.S. Armed service Academy at Western Stage, where he wrestled, performed soccer, and sang in and carried out the choir. He offered two trips in Vietnam and received several armed forces honors for his bravery through the Vietnam Battle. His dad, Norman Schwarzkopf, Sr., was the business lead investigator in to the popular Lindbergh kidnapping. He backed the re-election marketing campaign of Chief executive George Bush.