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Norman Schwarzkopf dies at 78

The famed general led a coalition of forces against Saddam Hussein during the Gulf War of 1991.

United States Army General Herbert Norman “Stormin’ Norman” Schwarzkopf passed away at his home in Tampa, Fla. Thursday, Dec. 27, according to Associated Press reports.  He was 78.

General Schwarzkopf, a decorated veteran of the Vietnam War, is perhaps best known for commanding a coalition of U.S. and international troops in 1991 against Saddam Hussein’s invading forces in Kuwait.

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