I would not want to have a general’s responsibility. This man turned down political ambitions, wiki says, – “In retirement, Schwarzkopf served as a military analyst for NBC, most recently for Operation Iraqi Freedom, along with promoting prostate cancer awareness, a disease with which he was diagnosed in 1993, and for which he was successfully treated. Schwarzkopf donated most of his time to multiple charities, and community activities. He sat on the board for Remington, and several other high-profile corporations.” The last bothered me a bit. I would be sad to think he became a lobbyist, however, he served his nation and imperfect as all mankind is, he was better than most.Respectfully,C.