MANCHESTER, NH – General Wesley Clark will travel to the Granite State today, October 31, to discuss how Hillary will fulfill America’s promise to its veterans. Clark will tour the New Hampshire Veterans Home in Tilton and attend an event at the VFW Hall in Concord.
During thirty-four years of service in the United States Army, Wesley K. Clark rose to the rank of four-star general as NATO's Supreme Allied Commander, Europe. In his final military command, General Clark commanded Operation Allied Force, NATO's first major combat action, which saved 1.5 million Albanians from ethnic cleansing in Kosovo, and he was responsible for the peacekeeping operation in Bosnia.
In 2006, General Clark joined UCLA as a senior fellow at the Burkle Center for International Relations in UCLA's International Institute. General Clark currently serves in leadership roles with a number of non-profit public service organizations, including VoteVets, the Center for Strategic and International Studies, the International Crisis Group, and the United States Institute of Peace (United Nations Task Force Member).
General Clark's awards and honors include the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the State Department Distinguished Service Award, the U.S. Department of Defense Distinguished Service Medal, the U.S. Army Distinguished Service Medal, the Silver Star, the Bronze Star and the Purple Heart.
Wednesday, October 31
General Clark Tours New Hampshire Veterans Home
New Hampshire Veterans Home
139 Winter Street
General Clark Discusses How Hillary Will Fulfill America’s Promise to its Veterans VFW Hall
6 Court Street