• ‘Stormin Norman’ Schwarzkopf dead at 78


    MIAMI, Dec 27, 2012 (AFP) – Norman Schwarzkopf, the US general who led 1991 Operation Desert Storm, which liberated Kuwait from Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein, has died at the age of 78, a US official said Thursday.

    Schwarzkopf, an American hero known popularly as “Stormin Norman,” died in Tampa, where he retired after his last military posting as commander-in-chief of US Central Command, an official with knowledge of the matter told AFP.

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