Bush Military Summary Casualities Appendix Books Videos Desert Fox

Amazon Top 100 Books
Amazon Top 100 CDs
Amazon Top 100 Videos
Electronic Gadgets
Tools & Hardware
Amazon History Books
Military Clothing
Software: Beyond.Com

Other Books

Bravo Two Zero 
Andy McNab
Hornets over Kuwait 
Jay A. Stout
It Doesn't Take a Hero 
H. Norman, General Schwarzkopf
Storm over Iraq :
Air Power and the Gulf War

Richard P. Hallion
Into the Storm : A Study in Command 
Tom Clancy,
Frederick M. Franks
Crusade : The Untold
Story of the Persian
Gulf War
Rick Atkinson
Strike Eagle : Flying the
F-15E in the Gulf War
William Smallwood
The Generals' War : The
Inside Story of the Conflict in the Gulf 
Michael R. Gordon,
Bernard E., General Trainor

Every Man a Tiger 
Tom Clancy,
Frederick M. Franks

Brent Scowcroft



  • --Born March 19, 1925 in Ogden, Utah.
  • --Married on September 17, 1951 to Marian Horner.
  • --One child: Karen
  • --Member, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.


  • --B.S., U.S. Military Academy, 1947.
  • --M.A., Columbia University, 1953 and Ph.D., 1967.
  • --Commissioned 2nd Lt., U.S. Army Air Corps, 1947.
  • --Military Assistant to the President, 1973-75.
  • --Retired as Lieutenant General in the Air Force, 1974.
  • --Deputy Assistant, 1975-77
  • --Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, 1977-80
  • --Member of the President's Special Review Board on Iran Contra (The Tower Commission), 1986-87.
  • --National Security Advisor to President Bush, 1989-1992.
  • --Awarded Distinguished Service Medal with two Oak Leaf Clusters, Air Force Commendation Medal, Distinguished Service Medal from Department of Defense and National Security Medal.

*Brent Scowcroft is well respected by both Democrats and Republicans as a fair and reasonable man. For this reason, President Reagan selected him to investigate the Iran-Contra weapons deal in 1986. Today in the White House he serves as the head of the National Security Council and is the President's chief advisor on security matters. He has a staff of capable and talented staffers (mostly military officers) that work inside the Old Executive Office Building preparing memorandum and other information for the President on national security matters.

Scowcroft remained out of the public eye during most of Operation Desert Storm, but was relied upon heavily inside the inner-circle of the White House decision-making process. Scowcroft advised the President on opinions and operations of the national security apparatus from the CIA to the Coast Guard and how they functioned in Operation Desert Storm. Scowcroft will be a major player in the formation of post-war security arrangements for the region, and is also expected to play a role in any peace treaties that may be reached in the near future.

Shop for other Gulf War Products

Other Gulf War Books and Videos

Aircraft Pins and Flight Jackets and other military supplies.

Search for Other Gulf War Items

Visa Military Press Software Army Surplus