88 Former Military Leaders, Including Generals, Admirals, Endorse Donald Trump

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Rear Admiral Charles Williams.
Rear Admiral Charles Williams.

Eighty-eight former military leaders, including generals and admiral, endorsed Donald Trump in and open letter Tuesday. It was organized by Major Gen. Sidney Shachnow, a 40-year Army veteran and Holocaust survivor and Rear Admiral Charles Williams.

Major Gen. Sidney Shachnow
Major Gen. Sidney Shachnow

The letter, which includes four four-star generals and 14 three-star flag officers, criticized the Obama administration’s national security and foreign policies, adding that they believe enemies of the U.S. sense weakness and confusion in the country.

The letter stated that “the 2016 election affords the American people an urgently needed opportunity to make a long-overdue course correction in our national security posture and policy.”

So far Hillary Clinton has the support of U.S. Marine General John Allen, the former commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan. Hillary has quite a record — she destroyed Libya, tried to keep a dictator in charge of Egypt, and  supported the Iran deal which allows them to build a nuclear bomb.

She is also ready to declare war on Russia.

The left-wing mag, the Atlantic said it’s not that impressive because Mitt Romney had 500. Meanwhile Hillary has ONE.

Also included in the letter was Gen. Burwell Bell, a retired four-star general who commanded US forces in Korea from 2006 until his retirement in 2008.

The letter concluded, “Simultaneously, enemies of this country have been emboldened, sensing weakness and irresolution in Washington and opportunities for aggression at our expense and that of other freedom-loving nations.”

“In our professional judgment, the combined effect is potentially extremely perilous. That is especially the case if our government persists in the practices that have brought us to this present pass.”

“For this reason, we support Donald Trump and his commitment to rebuild our military, to secure our borders, to defeat our Islamic supremacist adversaries and restore law and order domestically. We urge our fellow Americans to do the same.”

The signatories are very impressive.

1. General Burwell B. Bell III, US Army, Retired
2. General Alfred G. Hansen, US Air Force, Retired
3. Admiral Jerry Johnson, US Navy, Retired
4. General Crosbie “Butch” Saint, US Army, Retired
5. Lieutenant General William G. Boykin, US Army, Retired
6. Lieutenant General Marvin Covault, US Army, retired
7. Lieutenant General Gordon E, Fornell, US Air Force, Retired
8. Lieutenant General Harley Hughes, US Air Force, Retired
9. Lieutenant General Thomas McInerney, US Air Force, Retired
10. Lieutenant General Timothy A. Kinnan, US Air Force, Retired
11. Lieutenant General Hugh G. Smith, US Army, Retired
12. Lieutenant General David J. Teal, US Air Force, Retired
13. Lieutenant General William E. Thurman, US Air Force, Retired
14. Vice Admiral Mike Bucchi, US Navy, Retired
15. Vice Admiral Edward Clexton, Jr. US Navy, Retired
16. Vice Admiral Dutch Schoultz, US Navy, Retired
17. Vice Admiral Donald Thompson, US Coast Guard, Retired
18. Vice Admiral Jerry Unruh, US Navy, Retired
19. Major General Joe Arbuckle, US Army, Retired
20. Major General John Bianchi, CSMR, Retired
21. Major General Henry D. Canterbury, US Air Force, Retired
22. Major General Jeffrey Cliver, US Air Force, Retired
23. Major General Tommy F. Crawford, US Air Force, Retired
24. Major General Felix Dupre, US Air Force, Retired
25. Major General Neil Eddins, US Air Force, Retired
26. Major General David W. Eidsaune, US Air Force, Retired
27. Major General William A. Gorton, US Air Force, Retired
28. Major General Kenneth Hagemann, US Air Force, Retired
29. Major General Gary L. Harrell, US Army, Retired
30. Major General Geoffrey Higginbothan, US Marine Corps, Retired
31. Major General John D. Logeman, Jr., US Air Force, Retired
32. Major General Homer S. Long, US Army, Retired
33. Major General Billy McCoy, US Air Force, Retired
34. Major General Robert Messerli, US Air Force, Retired
35. Major General John Miller, US Air Force, Retired
36. Major General Ray O’Mara, US Air Force, Retired
37. Major General George W.“Nordie” Norwood, US Air Force, Retired
38. Major General Robert W. Paret, US Air Force MC, Retired
39. Major General James W. Parker, US Army, Retired
40. Major General Richard Perraut, US Air Force, Retired
41. Major General Sidney Shachnow, US Army, Retired
42. Major General Mark Solo, US Air Force, Retired
43. Major General John Welde, US Air Force, Retired
44. Major General Kenneth W. Weir, US Marine Corps, Retired
45. Rear Admiral Phillip Anselmo, US Navy, Retired
46. Rear Admiral Thomas F. Brown III, US Navy, Retired
47. Rear Admiral Robert C. Crates, SC, US Navy, Retired
48. Rear Admiral Mimi Drew, US Navy, Retired
49. Rear Admiral Ernest Elliot, SC, US Navy, Retired
50. Rear Admiral James H. Flatley III, US Navy, Retired
51. Rear Admiral Byron Fuller, US Navy, Retired
52. Rear Admiral Dale Hagen, US Navy, Retired
53. Rear Admiral Charles F. Horne III US Navy, Retired
54. Rear Admiral Grady L. Jackson, US Navy, Retired
55. Rear Admiral J. Adrian Jackson, US Navy, Retired
56. Rear Admiral Frederick C. Johnson, US Navy, Retired
57. Rear Admiral Jack Kavanaugh, SC, US Navy, Retired
58. Rear Admiral Charles R.Kubic, US Navy, Retired
59. Rear Admiral Rich Landolt, US Navy, Retired
60. Rear Admiral William J. McDaniel, MD, US Navy, Retired
61. Rear Admiral E.S. McGinley II, US Navy, Retired
62. Rear Admiral Douglas M. Moore Jr. SC US Navy. Retired
63. Rear Admiral John A. Moriarty, US Navy, Retired
64. Rear Admiral David R. Morris, US Navy, Retired
65. Rear Admiral Ed Nelson, US Coast Guard, Retired
66. Rear Admiral Philip R. Olsen, US Navy, Retired
67. Rear Admiral Robert S. Owens, US Navy, Retired
68. Rear Admiral W.W. Pickavance, Jr., US Navy, Retired
69. Rear Admiral Leonard F. Picotte, US Navy, Retired
70. Rear Admiral Brian C. Prindle, US Navy, Retired
71. Rear Admiral William J. Ryan, US Navy, Retired
72. Rear Admiral William L. Schachte, Jr., US Navy JAGC, Retired
73. Rear Admiral William R. Schmidt, US Navy, Retired
74. Rear Admiral Hugh P. Scott, US Navy, MC, Retired
75. Rear Admiral Gregory Slavonic, US Navy, Retired
76. Rear Admiral Charles Williams, US Navy, Retired
77. Rear Admiral H. Denny Wisely, US Navy, Retired
78. Brigadier General Remo Butler, US Army, Retired
79. Brigadier General George P. Cole, Jr. US Air Force, Retired
80. Brigadier General Philip M. Drew, US Air Force, Retired
81. Brigadier General Jerome V. Foust, US Army, Retired
82. Brigadier General Thomas W. Honeywill, US Air Force, Retired
83. Brigadier General Charles Jones, US Air Force, Retired
84. Brigadier General Mike D. Jones, US Army, Retired
85. Brigadier General Thomas J. Lennon, US Air Force, Retired
86. Brigadier General Mark D. Scraba, US Army, Retired
87. Brigadier General Hugh B. Tant III, US Army, Retired
88. Brigadier General Robert F. Titus, US Air Force, Retired


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Steven U. Teitelbaum
Steven U. Teitelbaum
5 years ago

General Schachnow you are undoubtedly a brave and intrepid leader, however your endorsement of the draft dodging, anti-Semitic, anti Immigrant (of which you are one), cheating person is the Nadir of your life. May G-D find it in his heart to forgive you, for I cannot.

While I am sure you will not read this nor even see it, I should explain that my e-mail is named for 2dLT Daniel M. Leahy, FA, Howitzer Battery 1/11thACR KIA 18 April 1969 (52 days in country) 27W L 109, my roommate, fraternity brother and teammate, you shame his memory.

Steven U. Teitelbaum
Cpt. USAR
JAGC
former 11B

Tho Mitchell
Tho Mitchell
1 year ago

You call this list of generals “impressive?” Just for the record, I know #86, BG Mark D. Scraba. First of all, he is an Army National Guard BG, not US Army. (There is a huge difference). Also, if you ever saw a photo of him, you will not the bare right shoulder – meaning he never deployed to a combat zone. After 20 years of combat, he never left the comfort and safely of National Guard Headquarters in Northern Virginia. He did however “accept” probably the most coveted assignment with the National Guard – a position in Germany from 2009 – 2011. You know the time period when wars were being fought in both Iraq and Afghanistan. I also served at National Guard Headquarters and sought out two tours (28 months) of combat service. Any Soldier who wanted to deploy could have deployed – even BG Scraba. Check out his military resume and note his assignments from 2001 – 2011 when he retired. Schools, Germany, more schooling, wimp assignments in Washington, DC. I bet you will find no US Army BG without a combat patch and several combats strips on their sleeves. And to think BG Scraba will receive the same retirement benefits of those real American heroes. Shame on you Scraba – and great job supporting Trump. Draft dodgers support each other.