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Birth date: 1944-12-23
Birth place: Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
Profession: Writer
Spouse: Gertrude Kingston

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General Wesley Clark is an U.S Army veteran who has served for over 38 years in the US military. He was a four star General as well as the Supreme Allied Commander at NATO for 3 years from 1997. He’s received numerous awards and honours during his career. General Wesley Kanne Clark was born in the year 1944 in Chicago. His father, Benjamin Kanne was a democratic politician and a prosecutor. Wesley Clark moved to Little Rock in Arkansas after the passing of his dad. He studied at the United States Military Academy situated at West Point. He also registered in Oxford University with assistance from a Rhodes scholarship and studied for two years. He’s to Gertrude. He converted to Catholicism after his wedding, when he was in Vietnam. He climbed in the position of staff officer in the Vietnam War in 1969 to the place of Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR) in the year 1997. He was relieved in the place suddenly in 2000 in a move that has been rumored to be because of the contentious relationship he had with the political powers in Washington DC. He retired in May 2000. After retirement, he declared his candidacy for the 2004 presidential campaign. Clark has received several awards, honours, and knighthoods in his military and civilian career. During the election campaign in 2003, Clark was involved with a controversy when he openly criticized McCains military expertise. Clark has additionally authored two novels, Winning Modern Wars and Waging Modern War: Bosnia, Kosovo and the Future of Battle which were bestsellers. He’s also the chairman and CEO of Wesley K. Clark & Associates, a consulting firm. During his graduation in CGSC, his theory of using force was taken up as the US National Security Policy, the Weinberger Doctrine which afterwards became the Powell Doctrine.

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