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A retired four-star general in the U.S. Army, General Wesley Clark served as NATO’s Supreme Allied Commander between 1997 and 2000.
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The no-nonsense Vietnam veteran presided over Operation Allied Force, a large scale NATO air campaign against the former Yugoslavia during the conflict in Kosovo in 1999.
The following year he was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the United States' highest civilian honor, to compliment his considerable list of military honors which include a Silver Star and a Purple Heart.
In 2004 he made a bid for the Democratic presidential nomination, but failed to secure the required support in the primaries in Virginia and Tennessee to position himself as the most viable alternative to eventual nominee John Kerry.
He now works as an investment banker, and is a frequent public speaker, author, and commentator for CNN.
Having served in the frontline during campaigns as brutal as the current conflict in Afghanistan, let us know what you would like to ask him below.