Gen. Wesley Clark (ret.)
November 16, 2003, from Betsy Stang
"I just checked your site and saw the updated chart. Thank you. I did speak to General Clark and he did say that was his time of birth to the best of his recollection. I would suggest a rectification based on biographical info which I believe Stariq is also working on." -- Betsy Stang
November 6, 2003, from Mary Louise Bateman
"Posted in TT; "For what it's worth, I don't know how accurate this is, but while doing some googling recently i came across a site called StarIQ, and some poster giving feedback on an article said she had "just spoken to Wes Clark" and he's pretty sure his birth time is 5:43 a.m. The person's name was Betsy Stang (firstname.lastname@example.org)." .Stariq. It gives him 28 Scorpio ascendant with 13 Virgo MC. I haven't done the transits and progressions yet. He has a lot of of common elements with John Kerry the other Vietnam vet." -- [Use data with caution until we get final confirmation. -- Starcats]
Sophie Anne Jensen and Cyndifrog advised me that Wes Clark was not born in Little Rock, Arkansas, but in Chicago, Illinois. My thanks to both Sophie and Cyndifrog for calling this to my attention. -- Starcats, 9-20-03
"Wesley Kanne Clark was born in Chicago, Illinois on December 23, 1944. When Wesley was 5 years old, his father, Benjamin Jacob Kanne, died at age 51. Not long after the death of Benjamin, Mrs. Clark moved to her hometown of Little Rock, Arkansas, where Wesley was brought up by his mother and stepfather, Victor Clark."
General Wesley K. Clark is one of the nation's most distinguished retired military officers. During his thirty four years of service in the United States Army, he held numerous staff and command positions, rising to the rank of 4-star general and NATO Supreme Allied Commander.
From 1997 through May of 2000, General Clark was NATO Supreme Allied Commander and Commander in Chief of the United States European Command. In this position, General Clark commanded Operation Allied Force, NATO’s first major combat action, which saved 1.5 million Albanians from ethnic cleansing in Kosovo.
From 1996 to 1997 General Clark served as Commander in Chief of the United States Southern Command, Panama, where he was responsible for the direction of U.S. military activities in Latin America and the Caribbean.
From 1994 to 1996, he served as Director for Strategic Plans and Policy for the Joint Chiefs of Staff with responsibilities for worldwide U.S. military strategic planning.
General Clark is a 1966 graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point where he graduated first in his class. He holds a Master’s Degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from Oxford University where he was a Rhodes Scholar.
General Clark is a recipient of numerous U.S. and foreign military awards, including the Silver Star, Bronze Star and Purple Heart. He has received honorary Knighthoods from the British and Dutch governments and was made a commander of the French Legion of Honor. In August 2000, General Clark was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian honor.
An acclaimed public speaker and commentator for CNN, General Clark is the author of the best-selling Waging Modern War: Bosnia, Kosovo, and the Future of Combat (Public Affairs, New York, NY, 2001).
General Clark is also licensed as an investment banker. He joined Stephens Inc. as a consultant in July of 2000 and was named Managing Director – Merchant Banking of Stephens Group, Inc. from March 2001 through February 2003. He is currently the chairman of Wesley K. Clark & Associates, a strategic advisory and consulting firm.
He and his wife Gert live in Little Rock, Arkansas where he grew up and graduated from high school. They have one son, Wesley, who lives in New York City.