Gen Paul Eaton to Discuss Why Sen Clinton Has Best Plan, Right Experience to End Iraq War

Gen. Eaton served in Iraq, trained Iraqi military

MANCHESTER, NH – Retired Major General Paul Eaton, who served in Iraq and was in charge of training the newly-formed Iraqi military, will travel to Exeter, Concord, and Keene to campaign for Senator Clinton and talk to voters about why he believes she has the right experience and the best plan to end the war in Iraq and rebuild our alliances around the world.

“I’m eager to talk to New Hampshire voters about my experiences in Iraq, and about why I support Hillary Clinton for president,” said General Eaton. “No one in this race has the strength and expertise on military and veterans’ issues that Senator Clinton possesses.”

General Eaton has served in the U.S. Army for 33 years, most recently as Commanding General of the Office of Security Cooperation in Baghdad from June 2003 to June 2004. He had previously served in Germany and in Somalia for Operation Restore Hope. Prior to his assignment in Baghdad, he served as Commanding General of the United States Army Infantry Center/Commandant at the U.S. Army Infantry School at Fort Benning, Georgia.

He has three children, two of whom are currently serving in the army in Afghanistan. General Eaton graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, NY, in 1972. He also has a degree from Middlebury College.

Wednesday, December 12

Conversation with General Paul Eaton

6 : 00 PM

Loaf and Ladle

9 Water Street



Thursday, December 13

Roundtable with undecided voters

9:30 AM

NH Political Library

20 Park Road



Conversation with General Paul Eaton

12 : 00 PM

Keene Public Library

Trustees Room

60 Winter Street