BodyHello My Dear Margaret.
Thank you very much for the kind conversation and the privileged given to my attention, I was so much overwhelmed after chatting with you. Please I am very sorry if i came to you on the wrong time.I admired your chat a lot, So I decided to know you more believing that you're the kind of woman i am searching for, sorry to sound this way.
Let me introduce myself properly to you, My name is ( William B. Caldwell) I was (born on June 5 1954) I am a retired Lieutenant General of the United States Army since 2006 and then post back to AFGHANISTAN on April 26 2009 up to date for my final retirement, I am a native of Pittsburg, New Hampshire United State, I am a graduate of Union Pittsburg High School Class of 1972.
I studied in military education includes the United States Military Academy (USMA) at West Point, New York (Class of 1976); Infantry Officer Basic and Advanced courses, Command and General Staff College, and the U.S. Army War College, In my civilian studies I earned a Master of Arts degree in National Security and Strategic Studies at Georgetown University. If You Want To Know About My Service career Here are some info about me. I was commissioned a Second lieutenant of Infantry upon graduation from the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York, Class of June 1976. I started my career with the 25th Infantry Division, where I served as a rifle, weapons and scout platoon leader, I commanded the companies in the 25th Infantry Division and the 1st Ranger Battalion, leading a Ranger Rifle Company during the invasion of Grenada in 1983, In 1988 I returned to the 2nd Ranger Battalion as S-3 (Operations) where I parachuted into Panama during Operation Just Cause, I subsequently served as the aide De camp to the Commanding General of U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command.
I also commanded a Parachute Infantry Battalion in the 82nd Airborne division followed by command of the 2nd Ranger Battalion at Ft Lewis, Washington. Following attendance at the Army war College, I also commanded a multi-functional support brigade at Ft Polk, LA, and then directed the Joint Task Force training program at Joint Forces Command, Norfolk, VA. With three Ranger Battalion tours and battalion command in the 82nd Airborne, I also accumulated over 110 parachute jumps during my career, to include a 500 foot night-time Parachute assault into Panama in 1989 during which 11 of 15 jump aircraft were struck by enemy fire.
I hold two awards of the coveted Combat Infantryman's Badge as well as the Ranger Tab and Master Parachutist Badge with Combat Star,
Following selection to Brigadier General, I served as the Assistant Division Commander (Operations) for the 25th Infantry Division as well as Deputy Director of Operations, US Pacific Command. I was promoted to Major General in 2001 and served as the Commanding General, Ft Jackson, SC, the Army's largest training base. During my time at Ft Jackson, I led Chief of Staff Army Task Forces on the Future Force Soldier and Warrior Ethos. I was also the principal author of the Army's 2003 culture-changing Warrior Ethos which dictates: "Mission First, Never Accept Defeat, Never Quit, and Never Leave Behind a Fallen Comrade." In January 2003, I was also deployed to Hungary as the Commanding General of Task Force Warrior tasked to train Free Iraqi Forces in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
I was promoted to 3-star General in 2003 at the age of 49, becoming the first member of the West Point class of 1976 to achieve that distinction. In October 2003, I was deployed to Afghanistan where I was designated to establish a three-star headquarters in Kabul and ultimately command over 20,000 Coalition Forces for 19 months as the first Commander, Military Operations Afghanistan (later redesign Combined Forces Command-Afghanistan, United States Central Command, OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM, Afghanistan). During his tenure, he forged a close relationship with U.S. Ambassador Zalmay Khalilizad, co-locating his command at the US Embassy compound and creating an integrated civil-military Counter-insurgency campaign plan for Afghanistan, I focused on the Afghanistan population, I am the first of its kind established in advance of the publication of an official post-Vietnam COIN doctrine by the US military in 2006, After command in Afghanistan,
I was reassigned to The Pentagon in Washington, DC where I served briefly on the Army Staff as the Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management (ACSIM) for the US Army until I decision to retire in the spring of 2006 and then back to AFGHANISTAN in 2009 since my service i have not admired or wish to marry due to the nature of job in Afghanistan, Presently I am in a peaces keeping mission with some of my fellow Generals in Kabul Afghanistan. And I am planning for my retirement after this assignment here in Kabul. I was introduce to this site by a friend of mine who have met his soul mate here. So I am here to find my life partner since I have no one to be with after my mission is over here. But I thank God I found you,
I hope that we can share ideas and see what the future will bring to both of us. I know that we are very far away from each other now but very soon we can sit together and do many things together. No one is perfect but I know I will never disappoint you.
I am always serious in whatever I am doing, I love to have fun, I think I am loyal and thirsted for a lady or woman who can understand the feelings of heart, a lady who knows what it takes to love, Lady whom I can share my time with, like visiting the works of nature, dinner or travel to the sea-shore or historical sites. And I wish that you are the one.
I enjoy my work as a soldier and I have achieved a lot. There is usually a smile on my face as I have been very blessed. I had my share of setbacks in life, but in spite of everything I have never stopped being grateful to almighty God. I do not seek perfection, but I do need to be with someone who knows the meaning of real love, a lady who will know that love is consist of care, patient and understanding so that it will grow stronger. Love is like a flower planted which needs to be watered so that it will grow.
Thanks for your picture you send to me my angel. Find attach of my picture with my ex wife i told you she died of cancer and a daughter died in a car accident on her way coming back from school... I give thank to God that i have a boy, Can you tell me your hobbies, Because I like to have fun, work, travel, play, and smile. But I hate lies and cunning people.
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