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    I sent a Mikhail Gorbachev Desert Storm card to the Gorbachev Foundation Of North America back in 2012 or 2013, long before I ever started my Desert Storm PC. I received a package of notepads, a pin, flyers and other things along with a letter from his executive assistant thanking me for writing and she said that he was living in Moscow and gave me the address to his foundation over there. I never received my card back and later learned from some of my Russian friends that he had moved to Germany or something like that so I kind of gave up on him. Hopefully he's signing now and I can get his someday.

    Thanks for the heads up!

    One of my favorite parts about my Desert Storm collection, is that many of the guys have wrote me notes/short letters too! It makes the collection even more meaningful.

    No problem. It was on sportscollector.net here is the info
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    Gorbachev, Mikhail
    9/29/2015 43 days C/O The Gorbachev Foundation 39 Leningradsky Prospect Bdg 14 125167 Moscow Russia 2/2

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    Adm.Leighton Smith







    Adm.Leighton Smith served in the United States Navy from 1962-1996. He flew 282 combat missions in the Vietnam War, including leading the final mission to bomb the Thanh Hoa Bridge after many previous attempts dropping thousands of tons of bombs had failed. In the 1990's he commanded U.S. forces in Bosnia before retiring in 1996.
    During his career he flew 4,225 flight hours in planes such as the A-4 and A-7. He landed on aircraft carriers 1,035+ times.

    10/4
    Hi Cliff,
    Happy to sign your cards and appreciate your interest in us old guys. I do get a few requests for my autograph-and always try to accommodate. I loved flying when I was on active duty but never felt the need to fly once I retired. I enjoy golf, hunting, fishing and wood working. My favorite a/c was the A4 Skyhawk (Scooter). That was a fun airplane to fly-


    All the best
    Leighton Smith
    Adm. USN (RET)

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    Gen.Henry H. Shelton





    Gen.Henry H. Shelton served in the United States Army from 1963-2001. He served in Vietnam in an elite special forces unit as a Green Beret, served in Desert Storm, and was one of the leaders of the war in Kosovo. Gen.Shelton also served as the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff during the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. He retired six days before the start of Operation Enduring Freedom.

    Gen.Shelton earned a purple heart after he was impaled by a booby trap in Vietnam.

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    Capt.Chad Hennings (3x Super Bowl Champion W/ Dallas Cowboys)





    Capt.Chad Hennings served in the United States Air Force from 1988-1992.He flew 45 missions in an A-10 in support of Operation Provide Comfort escorting planes carrying humanitarian aid to Kurdish refugees and keeping an eye on the Iraqi military to make sure that they adhering to the ceasefire. During his time in the air force he accumulated 195 flight hours.

    Besides serving his country, Capt.Hennings was also a great football player as well, winning 3 Super Bowls during his 9 seasons in the NFL while playing for the Dallas Cowboys.

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    Gen.Michael Hagee







    Gen.Michael Hagee served in the United States Marine Corps from 1968-2007. He served in Vietnam, Desert Storm, was an executive assistant for the director of the CIA, and also served as the commandant of the Marine Corps from 2003-2006.

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    Lt.Gen.E. Ratcliffe Anderson Jr. M.D.





    Lt.Gen.Edgar R. Anderson Jr. M.D. served in the United States Air Force from 1965-1997. He flew an F-4 in Vietnam, later flew the F-15 and became the surgeon general of the air force from 1994-1996.

    During his career he was awarded two Distinguished Flying Crosses, and flew for 2,200+ flight hours.

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    Current Desert Storm PC



    List of people that have signed Desert Storm cards for me: (As of 10/24/2015)
    -Sec. Of State James Baker
    -Gen.Colin Powell
    -Gen.Charles Horner
    -Adm.Charles Abbot
    -RADM.David Bill III
    -Capt. John Gay
    -Adm. Stanley Arthur
    -Adm.William Fallon
    -Gen.Tommy Franks
    -Gen.John Abizaid
    -Gen.Raymond Odierno
    -Gen.Mastin Robeson
    -Adm.Leighton Smith
    -Gen.Henry Shelton
    -Gen.Michael Hagee
    -Capt.Chad Hennings
    -Lt.Gen.Edgar R. Anderson Jr. M.D.
    -Edward Allen (25 year USAF vet)
    -Unknown (USAF vet)
    -Don Young (congressman-AK)
    -Jerry Jones (owner of Dallas Cowboys)

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    Vice President Dan Quayle







    Former vice president Dan Quayle served as a sergeant in the Indiana Army National Guard from 1969-1975.

    In 1978 he was invited to go to Jonestown, Guyana to investigate the Jim Jones’s Peoples Temple cult. He declined, and the guy that had asked him to go along, Congressman Leo Ryan, was murdered by gunman shortly before the mass suicide deaths of most of the cults members.

    Dan Quayle later served as the 44th vice president of the United States from 1989-1993 under President George H.W. Bush. Prior to becoming the vice president, he had served as a senator in Indiana from 1981-1989

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    Jeff Moss











    Jeff Moss flew AH-1 Cobra helicopters in Desert Storm. He has had a lifelong passion for flying, and currently flies the Cobra for the Army Aviation Heritage Foundation. He flies people around in the gunner seat of the Cobra and shows them a little of what the amazing helicopter can do! He also participates in some air shows as "Sheriff Roscoe".


    Cliff-
    Thanks for wanting my autograph- It was a pleasure-


    All the Best!!
    Jeff Moss

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    Adm.Ronald "Zap" Zlatoper







    Adm.Ronald "Zap" Zlatoper served in the United States Navy from 1963-1996. During that time he served in both the war in Vietnam and in Desert Storm. Early in his career he flew many attack missions over North Vietnam in the A-6 Intruder aircraft.

    During Desert Storm, Adm.Zlatoper was in command of the USS Ranger (CV-61) battle group that included 8 ships. His ships launched the first cruise missile and aircrafts attacks against Iraq. It was also his ships job to attack the Iraqi Navy during the war.

    Adm.Zlatoper flew 150 missions during the Vietnam War and flew 1 mission in Desert Storm. He flew more that 4,000 flight hours during his career and was winner of the 1971 East Coast A-6 Bombing Derby. He was one of only a few pilots to have flown combat missions from air craft carriers in both Vietnam and Desert Storm.

    He amassed 1,031 carrier landings including 300 at night and never had a wave off because of bad technique! Early in his carrier he had said that the A-6 Intruder was the ugliest plane that he had ever seen, but it ended up being the plane that he flew the most and was exceptionally successful with.

    Nov 18.
    Dear Cliff,
    Here are your autographed cards. Thank you for your note. My favorite airplanes to fly were the A-6 “Intruder” for attack work and the F-14 “Tomcat” for air to air combat. (I flew both)


    Ronald Zlatoper

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