The CFR’s Updated Constitution04/01/2012 22:36
“The supra-national sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the national auto-determination practiced in past centuries.” — David Rockefeller.
“Military men are dumb, stupid animals to be used as pawns for foreign policy.” —Henry Kissinger.
“In Defense of the World Order . . . U.S. soldiers would have to kill and die.” —Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.
“Competition is a sin.” —John D. Rockefeller.
The Founding Fathers of this country knew that government was a necessary evil. They also knew that servants with power can easily become tyrannical masters. Therefore, the best way to keep government under control was to keep it as small as possible.
So, in order to keep the government in check, they created the division of powers to make it difficult for members of government to agree on anything, particularly on ways to screw Us the People.
That explains why they created an anti-government manifesto and called it the Constitution.
It seems, however, that after so many years of acting as an insurmountable obstacle in the Council of Foreign Relations conspirators’ plans to destroy this country, they have reached the conclusion that we need to get rid of the old Constitution and write a new one more in tune with present times.
In a recent article he published in his CNNworld blog, CFR stooge Fareed Zakaria just expressed his masters’ opinion that the U.S. Constitution does not reflect the new times in America and needs to be updated. According to Zakaria, the Constitution does not need a radical change, but just a few revisions.
Usually I don’t agree with the CFR conspirators or their agents, but I have to confess that, in this case, I agree with Zakaria. I don’t think, however, that just a few revisions will help.
America has changed so radically in the last 50 years that we need a radically changed Constitution. Actually, we need a totally new one that fully reflects the needs of the new Masters of America. As first step in the right direction I have taken the liberty of drafting a new Constitution.
You may find some of the articles in the New Constitution I am proposing shocking. If you read them dispassionately, however, you will realize that they only give a de jure status to many things that are currently the de facto laws of the land. Actually, this new Constitution accurately reflects today’s America, and it will stop all acts of unfaithfulness and betrayal to the Constitution by CFR agents.
Here it goes:
The Constitution of the United Socialist Corporation (U.S.C.)
We the members of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), in Order to form a more perfect Corporation in tune with the coming New World Order, establish injustice and inequality, insure domestic chaos, provide for the defense of the interests of the corporations, and secure the Blessings of Freedom and Liberty for CFR members and their corporate friends, do ordain and establish this Constitution of the United Socialist Corporation (formerly known as the United States of America).
The United Socialist Corporation is a democratic totalitarian regime under the total control of an intellectual elite of Wall Street bankers, oil magnates, and CEOs of transnational corporations.
The United Socialist Corporation is composed of the Washington D.C. Corporation and its corporate provinces (formerly called States).
The ultimate goal of the United Socialist Corporation is the creation, first, of the North American Socialist Corporation, after the annexation of Canada and Mexico, and, later, of the American Socialist Corporation, after the annexation of all countries in the Western Hemisphere. An important secondary goal is the worldwide promotion of corporatism, militarism and the gay lifestyle.
Section I. All legislative powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United Socialist Corporation, which shall consist of a Senate and a House of Representatives.
Section 2. The Senate shall be composed of one CFR member appointed by each corporation that made the Fortune’s 500 list. Senators cannot hold their position for more than 35 consecutive years.
Section 3. The House of Representatives shall be composed of four CFR members from each province chosen every second year by CFR members of the several provinces.
Section 4. The Congress shall assemble only once every year, and such Meeting shall be on the first day of April.
Section 5. All Senators and Representatives shall receive a compensation for their services that shall be at least a hundred times larger that the average salary of a worker. Senators and Representatives shall not abide by the laws they have created, except when these laws have been created only to benefit them.
Section 6. All Bills for raising revenues through taxes shall originate in the House of Representatives. Serfs (formerly known as citizens) of the Socialist American Corporation shall pay taxes 50 times higher than the taxes paid by private corporations.
Section 7. The Congress shall have the Power:
To lay and collect Taxes, to pay the interest on the debts to Wall Street and international bankers and to borrow money from them.
To regulate Commerce among Serfs [see Article IV];
To ask the Federal Reserve Bank Corporation to coin paper certificates to be used as legal tender for all debts, public and private;
To provide for the punishment of counterfeiting money (other than the money counterfeited by the Fed);
To promote the Progress of Science and Arts useful to brainwash the Serfs into submission to the New World Order masters.
To constitute tribunals inferior to the Supreme Court to guarantee that the rights of the transnational corporations shall not be infringed.
To raise and support armies that will defend the interest of the transnational corporations in the territory of the Socialist American Corporation, its provinces, and abroad.
Section 8. Congress shall not prohibit the exercise of any religion except Christianity and Judaism. Any attempt by Christians or Jews to profess their faith shall be severely penalized.
Section 1. The representation of the Socialist American Corporation in ceremonies, festivities and other inconsequential acts shall be vested in the President, but all important decisions will continue to be taken at the Harold Pratt House, headquarters of the Council on Foreign Relations. The President shall hold his office during the term of 4 years, renewable for another 4 more years if the CFR decides so. The Vice President shall be a CFR member.
Section 2. The President shall not be required to show his birth certificate, unless it is a falsified one createed by the CIA.
Section 3. The President, following orders from the Council on Foreign relations, shall order the imprisonment or assassination of any person in the world, even if the person is a Serf of the Socialist American Corporation.
Section 4. The President, following orders from the CFR, shall declare undeclared war against any sovereign country.
Section 5. A teleprompter shall be provided at no cost for the President in order for him to faithfully recite the orders received from his CFR masters.
Section 6. The President shall take no less than 6 months of vacation every year.
Section 7. In case of the Removal of the President by Resignation, Inability to discharge his inconsequential duties, or Assassination by a CIA covert operation team, his duties shall devolve on the Vice President, also a CFR member.
Section 8. Before he enter the Execution of his Office, he shall take the following Oath of Office: “I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I faithfully execute the Will of the Council on Foreign Relations and to the best of my ability I will defend the rights of transnational corporations, oil magnates and Wall Street bankers.”
Section 1. The Judicial Power of the Socialist American Corporation shall be vested in one Supreme Court, and in such inferior courts the Council on Foreign Relations from time to time ordain to establish.
Section 2. All members of the Supreme Court shall be CFR members.
Section 3. All inferior courts shall be temporarily suspended and their functions shall be taken over by military courts.
Section 1. The society of the Socialist American Corporation shall be composed of two types of people: the Masters, who shall comprise the 1 percent of the population, and the Serfs, who shall comprise the 99 percent of the population.
Section 2. The State shall provide the Masters with their compensations and fat bonuses, as wells as their mansions, here and abroad, their yachts, jet planes, excellent health care, servants and other luxuries. The Masters shall be provided with enough loopholes to legally avoid paying taxes.
Section 3. The State shall provide the Serfs with low-paid jobs (or unemployment benefits), substandard housing, unhealthy (genetically modified) food and low-quality education. Heavy taxation shall be imposed on them.
Section 4. To keep their minds numb, the State shall provide the Serfs with spectator sports such as football and baseball games, as well as Soap Operas and Hollywood films.
Section 5. The State shall poison the Serf’s air, water and food to make their mind numbness permanent.
Section 6. Serfs are the property of the State, therefore, they shall be provided with a minimum of health care to keep them productive. The State shall force the Serfs to get vaccinated and take drugs to keep their bodies unhealthy and be forced to buy expensive prescription drugs from pharmaceutical corporations.
Section 7.Serfs shall have no rights whatsoever, but privileges magnanimously given to them by the State and suspended at the State’s will.
Section 8. Serfs shall not be allowed to produce their own food, but shall only get what is provided by the State through its affiliated transnational corporations.
Section 9. Any attempt by Serfs to compete with multinational corporations in the production of any kind of article shall be severely penalized.
Section 10. No gold or silver shall be owned by Serfs. All gold and silver in the possession of Serfs shall be confiscated.
Section 11. No firearms shall be owned by Serfs. Possession of firearms by Serfs shall be punishedby prison, torture or death.
Section 12. No private means of transportation shall be owned by Serfs.
Section 13. No private property exceeding $1,000.00 shall be owned by Serfs.
Section 14. No tools of any kind shall be owned by Serfs.
Section 15. All mention of inalienable rights by Serfs shall be considered and act of treason, punishable by internment in reeducation camps.
Section 16. The whole territory of the Socialist American Corporation and its provinces is a battlefield in the war on terror, the war on drugs, or any war the Masters decide to wage.
Section 17. The army shall be used if necessary to repress the Serfs. Posse Comitatus is abolished.
Section 18. The privilege of Habeas Corpus shall no be observed.
Section 19. Serfs have no right to be secure in their persons, houses, papers and effects against searches and seizures by members of the government. Warrants shall not be required, nor probable cause, for agents of the government to make searches and seizures.
Section 20. Any Serf that may expresses any criticism of the government shall be considered an Enemy Combatant and shall be interned or executed without the need for a trial or conviction.
Section 21. Serfs are guilty of all types of crimes until proven innocents. No trial by an impartial jury shall be required, nor they shall be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation, nor they shall confront witnesses against them. Even after proving innocent,
Section 22. Serfs may remain in custody for an indeterminate amount of time.Serfs who are Prisoners of the State shall be used in involuntary servitude to work for the State.
Section 23. Lawyers shall not be allowed to defend Serfs who have been declared Enemies of the State. A lawyer who tries to defend a Serf shall be considered himself an Enemy of the State.
Section 24. Serfs shall carry at all times an Identification Card they should show to the authorities upon request. Failure to show the Identification Card shall be severely penalized.
Section 25. Serfs shall be allowed to join Labor Unions, provided these Unions fight for the defense of the rights of Wall Street bankers, oil magnates and transnational corporations.
Section 26. High walls shall be erected to protect the borders. Serfs trying to escape the country shall be shot on sight..
Section 1. Freedom of speech shall not be tolerated. All media outlets providing Serfs a channel to express their opinions shall be banned.
Section 2. The media shall faithfully reproduce without any attempt at analysis or criticism all information supplied by the government.
Section 3. All attempts by Serfs to peacefully assemble to redress grievances are prohibited. Violators shall be severely punished.
Section 4. Serfs shall join the government’s single Repucratic Party (a fusion of the former Republican and Democratic parirtes). No other political parties shall be authorized.
Section 5. Free elections shall take place once in a while, and Serfs shall be allowed to vote for the CFR’s candidates.
Section 1. Military men are dumb, stupid animals and shall be used as pawns for foreign policy. They shall kill and die in defense of the New World Order.
Section 2. The national and international security of the private interests of oil magnates, Wall Street bankers and transnational corporations shall be provided at no cost by the Armed Forces of the Socialist American Corporation.
Section 3. All members of the Armed Forces shall take this oath of office: “I do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the lives and intersts of members of the Council on Foreign relations against all enemies foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter; so help me, the Council on Foreign Relations.”
Section 4. All officers of the Armed Forces above the grade of Colonel shall be CFR members.
Section. 5. The Armed Forces of the Socialist American Corporation shall be composed of mercenaries paid for their services by taxes forcefully taken from the Serfs of the State.
Section 6. Due to fact that no time of peace shall be granted at any time, soldiers shall be quartered in any house without the consent of the people living in the house.
Section 7. Homosexuality, bestiality, necrophilia, sadism, and other similar virtues shall be encouraged in the Armed Forces.
Section 8. Torture shall be used as much as possible by the Armed Forces. The profession of Torturer shall be honored, and Torturers shall received periodic bonuses for a job well done in protecting the Masters from terrorist attacks and keeping the Serfs under control.
Section I. The main function of the Media and the system of Public Education shall be to brainwash the Serfs into voluntary submission.
Section 2. A secondary function of the Media and the system of Public Education shall be to stimulate the consumption of unnecessary cheap gadgets made abroad by slave workers in sweatshops controlled by transnational corporations.
The enumeration in the Constitution of certain lack or rights shall not be construed to deny or disparage the cancellation of other rights retained by the Masters or the Council on Foreign Relations.
The Powers not delegated to the Masters by the Constitution are reserved to the Council on Foreign Relations and the Wall Street bankers, oil magnates and CEOs of transnational corporations it represents.
If, after reading the new Constitution I am proposing you feel shocked or nauseated, I would like to ask you, where have you been? Have you been out of the country for the last fifty years? Because the Constitution I am proposing reflects today’s America much more accurately than the old one.
This is why, if we want to lower the prevalent high degree of hypocrisy in this country, we should adopt it immediately and without hesitation.
Moreover, this new Constitution will solve a big moral and ethical problem. In the first place, our secret masters will love it and will be very happy. Secondly, it will bring peace of mind to our politicians, because there will be no need for them to approve more anti-Constitutional bills. Third, it will be wonderful for many high-ranking officers of the military, because they would not be compelled to use it as toilet paper as they have been doing for many years with the present Constitution they have sworn to support and protect from all enemies, foreign and domestic.
Finally, I have included in the above Constitution a balanced amount of communist and fascist elements, so both factions of the Repucratic party will happily accept it.
Now, if you are a true American patriot who loves this country, please don’t blame me for having produced the above document. I am just the messenger, not the generator, of the bad news that you, because of your passivity in the face of treason, are the only one to blame.
 David Rockefeller speaking in 1991 at a Bilderberg meeting in Baden-Baden, Germany.
 Kissinger quoted in Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, The Final Days (New York: Touchstone, 1994), pp. 194-195.
 Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., Foreign Affairs, July-August, 1995.
 Fareed Zakaria, “Is it time to update the U.S. Constitution?,” CNNWorld.com, June 20, 2011, http://globalpublicsquare.blogs.cnn.com/2011/06/20/is-it-time-to-update-the-u-s-constitution-2/?hpt=hp_c2.
 U.S. Armed Forces officers members of the CFR (2006), Source: Council on Foreign Relations 2006 Annual Report. http://www.stopthenorthamericanunion.com/CFRMembers.html.
Abbot, Charles S. “Steve”(Admiral) – former Deputy Commander of U.S. European Command; a Rhodes Scholar
Abizaid, John P. (Gen.) – Commander of Central Command (CENTCOM)
Allen, Lew Jr. (Gen.) – former Air Force Chief of Staff (1978-1982); director of National Security Agency (1973-1977)
Baker, John R. (Lt. Gen.) – former Vice Commander of Air Mobility Command (2002-2005)
Barry, John L. (retired Maj. Gen., Air Force) – Director of Plans and Programs for Air Force Materiel Command
Bell, Burwell B. (Gen., Army) – Commander, U.S. Forces Korea; former Commander of U.S. Army Europe (USAREUR)
Bowman, Frank Lee (Adm.) – retired in 2005
Boyd, Charles Graham (Gen.) – former Air Force general; President and CEO of American Executives for National Security
Bradford, Zeb B. Jr. (Brig. Gen., Army) – retired Army officer
Burns, William F. (Maj. Gen., Army) – former Director of Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (1988-1989)
Cambria, Salvatore F. (Brig. Gen., Army) – former Commander, Special Operations Command South, U.S. Southern Command
Carl, Maria L. (Lt. Col., Air Force) – Chief of Public Affairs at Patrick AFB (Cape Canaveral, Florida)
Carson, Charles William Jr. (Gen., USAF) – former commander of 12th Air Force, Tactical Air Command
Caulfield, Matthew P. (Brig. Gen., USMC) – retired Marine general
Cerjan, Paul G. (Lt. Gen., Army) – Vice President of KBR Worldwide Military Affairs; former President of National Defense Univ.
Cheney, Stephen A. (Brig. Gen., USMC, retired) – Chief Operating Officer for Business Executives for National Security
Christman, Daniel William (Lt. Gen.) – former Superintendent of U.S. Military Academy at West Point (1996-2001)
Clark, Wesley K. (Gen.) – former NATO commander under Clinton; a Rhodes Scholar
Cortez, Christopher (Maj. Gen., USMC, retired) – former Commanding General, Marine Corps Recruiting Command
Crowe, William J. (Adm.) – former Ambassador to Great Britain (1994-1997); former Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff (1985-1989)
Dunn, Michael M. (Lt. Gen., USAF) – former President of National Defense University
Dur, Philip A. (Rear Admiral) – VP for Program Operations at Northrop Grumman; former Attache to France
Dalton, James E. (Gen., USAF) – former director of the Joint Staff; former Vice President of Logicon, Inc.
Dawkins, Peter M. (Brig. Gen.) – Army officer who won the Heisman Trophy in 1958; a Rhodes Scholar
Doty, Grant R. (Lt. Col., Army) – an Army officer
Duffie, David A. (Captain, Navy) – a Navy officer
Eberhart, Ralph E. (Gen., USAF) – former Commander of Northern Command and NORAD (2000-2004)
Finelli, Francis A. (Lt. Col., Army, retired) – a Managing Director of the Carlyle Group
Flynn, George J. (Brig. Gen., USMC) – Chief of Staff, U.S. Special Operations Command under George W. Bush.
Fogleman, Ronald R. (Gen.) – former Air Force Chief of Staff (1994-1997)
Foglesong, Robert H. (Gen.) – former U.S. Air Force Europe (USAFE) Commander; retired in 2006
Foley, S. Robert Jr. (Adm.) – former Commander, U.S. Pacific Fleet (1982-1985); former Commander of Seventh Fleet
Fowler, Jeffrey L. (Rear Adm.) – Commander, U.S. Navy Recruiting Command
Gard, Robert G. Jr. (Lt. Gen., Army) – former President of National Defense University (1977-1981)
Gerstein, Daniel M. (Col.) – Executive Officer to the Under Secretary of the Army George W. Bush.
Golden, James R. (Brig. Gen., Army) – former executive at Tenneco; former Head of the Dept. of Social Sciences at West Point
Gordon, John A. (Gen., USAF) – former deputy director of CIA (1997-2000); former administrator of National Nuclear Security Administration and Under Secretary of Energy for Nuclear Security (2000-2002)
Gregson, Wallace C. Jr. (Lt. Gen., USMC) – Commander, U.S. Marine Forces Pacific
Hackett, Craig D. (Maj. Gen., Army) – Commander, U.S. Army Security Assistance Command at Fort Belvoir, Virginia
Haig, Alexander M. Jr. – former Secretary of State (1981-1982); former NATO commander
Hailston, Earl B. (Gen., USMC) – former commander of U.S. Marine Forces, Central Command (CENTCOM)
Hamel, Michael A. (Lt. Gen., USAF) – Commander of Space and Missile Systems Center, Air Force Space Command
Hayden, Michael V. (Gen., USAF) – current CIA Director; former Director of National Security Agency (1999-2005)
Haynes, Fred (Maj. Gen., USMC) – former Commanding General of Marine Corps Base at Camp Lejeune (1974-1975)
Hayward, Thomas B. (Adm.) – former Chief of Naval Operations (1978-1982)
Henry, Peter A. (Colonel, Army) – former Chief of Staff of Multinational Security Transition Command in Iraq and former Deputy Commander of Civilian Police Assistance Training Team in Baghdad, Iraq.
Hill, James T. (Gen., Army) – former commander of U.S. Southern Command (2002-2004)
Hosmer, Bradley C. (Lt. Gen., USAF) – former Superintendent of U.S. Air Force Academy (1991-1994)
Inman, Bobby R. (Adm.) – former Director of National Security Agency (1977-1981); former deputy director of CIA (1981-1982)
Jebb, Cindy R. (Col., Army) – Deputy Head of Dept. of Social Sciences at West Point
Johnson, Jay L. (Adm.) – former Chief of Naval Operations (1996-2000)
Jones, David C. (Gen.) – former Chairman of JCS (1978-1982)
Jones, James L. (Gen.) – former Commandant of the Marine Corps (1999-2003)
Jumper, John P. (Gen.) – former Air Force Chief of Staff (2001-2005)
Keane, John M. (retired Gen., Army) – appeared in a Bilderberg meeting in 2005
Kelley, Paul X. (Gen.) – former Commandant of the Marine Corps (1983-1987)
Kern, Paul J. (Gen.) – senior counselor of The Cohen Group; former commander of U.S. Army Materiel Command (2001-2004)
Klimp, Jack Wilbur (retired Lt. Gen., USMC) – former Commander of Task Force Mogadishu in 1993
Klotz, Frank G. (Lt. Gen.) – Vice Commander of Air Force Space Command (2005-present); a Rhodes Scholar
Knowlton, William Allen (Maj. Gen.) – former Superintendent of U.S. Military Academy at West Point (1970-1974)
Kramek, Robert E. (Adm.) – former Commandant of the Coast Guard (1994-1998)
Krepinevich, Andrew F. (Lt. Col., Army) – Executive Director of the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments
Krulak, Charles Chandler (Gen.) – former Commandant of Marine Corps (1995-1999)
Larsen, Randall J. (Col., Air Force) – Founder and CEO, Homeland Security Associates, LLC; former AF officer.
Larson, Charles R. (Adm.) – former Superintendent of U.S. Naval Academy under Reagan and Clinton.
Lennox, William J. Jr. (Lt. Gen.) – former Superintendent of U.S. Military Academy at West Point (2001-2006)
Loranger, Donald Eugene (Maj. Gen., USAF) – former Vice Commander of the 8th Air Force (1994-1996)
Lynch, Thomas F. III (Colonel, Army) – Commander, U.S. Army Forces Central Command at Qatar
Marquet, L. David (Captain, Navy) – former Commander of Submarine Squadron Three
McCaffrey, Barry R. (Gen.) – former Commander of U.S. Southern Command (1994-1996); Clinton’s “drug czar”
McCarthy, James P. (Gen., Air Force) – former Deputy Commander of European Command
McChrystal, Stanley A. (Maj. Gen., Army) – Vice Chief of Operations, Joint Staff at the Pentagon
McClure, Robert L. (Col., Army) – former Chief of Army War Plans at the Pentagon; retired in 2004
McMaster, Herbert Raymond (Col., Army) – currently a commander of 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment
McPeak, Merrill A. (Gen.) – former Air Force Chief of Staff (1990-1994)
Meigs, Montgomery C. (Gen.) – former United States Army Europe (USAEUR) Commander
Meyer, Edward C. (Gen.) – former Army Chief of Staff (1979-1983)
Miller, Christopher D. (Brig. Gen., USAF) – Commander of 509th Bomb Wing, a Rhodes Scholar
Mize, David M. (Maj. Gen., USMC) – former Commanding General of Camp Lejeune
Moorman, Thomas S. Jr. (Gen.) – former Air Force Vice Chief of Staff (1994-1997)
Moseley, Teed Michael (Gen.) – Air Force Chief of Staff (2005-present)
Mundy, Carl E. Jr. (Gen.) – former Commandant of the Marine Corps (1991-1995)
Munsch, Stuart B. (Captain, Navy) – a Rhodes Scholar; former Commander of USS Albuquerque
Murray, Douglas J. (Col., USAF) – Head of Department of Political Science at Air Force Academy
Myers, Richard B. (Gen.) – former Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff (2001-2005)
Nash, William L. (Maj. Gen.) – former commander of U.S. Army 1st Armored Division (1995-1997)
Odom, William E. (Gen.) – former Director of National Security Agency (1985-1988)
Owens, William A. (Adm.) – former Vice Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff (1994-1996)
Petraeus, David H. (Lt. Gen., Army) – Commander of Multi-National Security Transition Command in Iraq; former Commander of 101st Airborne Division
Pilling, Donald L. (Adm.) – former Vice Chief of Naval Operations (1997-2000); former Commander of U.S. Sixth Fleet
Powell, Colin L. (Gen.) – former Secretary of State (2001-2005); former Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff (1989-1993)
Prueher, Joseph Wilson (Adm.) – former Ambassador to Red China (1999-2001); former Commander of U.S. Pacific Command
Pursley, Robert E. (Lt. Gen., USAF) – former commander of U.S. Forces in Japan (1972-1974)
Pustay, John S. (Lt. Gen., USAF) – former president of National Defense University (1981-1983)
Reimer, Dennis Joe (Gen.) – former Army Chief of Staff (1995-1999)
Resnicoff, Arnold E. (Captain, Navy) – former Navy Chaplain and rabbi
Richardson, William R. (Gen.) – former U.S. Army TRADOC commander under Reagan
Roggero, Frederick F. (Brig. Gen., USAF) – Deputy Director of Operations at the Air Mobility Command Headquarters
Rokke, Ervin J. (Lt. Gen., USAF) – former president of National Defense University (1994-1997)
Rondeau, Ann E. (Vice Admiral) – Director of Navy Staff; former Commander of Naval Training Center Great Lakes
Route, Ronald A. (Vice Adm., Navy) – Navy Inspector General; former President of Naval War College (2003-2004)
Ryan, Michael E. (Gen.) – former Air Force Chief of Staff (1997-2001)
Schwartz, Norton A. (Gen., USAF) – Commander of U.S. Transportation Command (2005-present)
Scowcroft, Brent (Lt. Gen., Air Force) – former National Security Advisor (1989-1993, 1975-1977)
Sewall, John O.B. (Maj. Gen., Army) – former Vice Director for Strategic Plans and Policy (J-5) on the Joint Staff
Shalikashvili, John M. (Gen., Army) – former Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff (1993-1997)
Shinseki, Eric (Gen.) – former Army Chief of Staff (1999-2003)
Smith, Perry M. (Maj. Gen., USAF) – former Commandant of National War College (1983-1986)
Smith, W. Y. (Gen., USAF) – former Deputy Commander of U.S. European Command (1981-1983)
Stavridis, James G. (Vice Admiral) – Senior Military Assistant to the Secretary of Defense Rumsfeld
Train, Harry D. II (Adm.) – former Supreme Allied Commander Atlantic (1978-1982); former Commander of Sixth Fleet (1976-1978)
Trainor, Bernard E. (Gen., USMC) – military correspondent and propagandist for the New York Times and NBC
Turner, Stansfield (Adm.) – former CIA Director (1977-1981); Rhodes Scholar
Usher, William R. (Maj. Gen.) – former Air Force general
Vessey, John W. (Gen.) – former Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff (1982-1985)
Vuono, Carl E. (Gen.) – former Army Chief of Staff (1987-1991)
Warner, Volney James (Brig. Gen., Army) – head of J-5 (Strategy and Analysis), Joint Forces Command
Welch, Jasper A. Jr. (Gen.) – former Air Force general
Welch, Larry D. (Gen.) – former Air Force Chief of Staff (1986-1990)
Wilkerson, Thomas Lloyd (Maj. Gen., USMC) – former Commander of Marine Forces Reserve
Winfield, W. Montague (Maj. Gen., Army) – Commander of U.S. Army Cadet Command
Woerner, Fred F. (Gen.) – former Commander of U.S. Southern Command (1987-1989)
Wortzel, Larry M. (Col., Army) – Army Attaché at the American Embassy in Beijing (1995-1997)
Zinni, Anthony Charles (Gen., USMC) – former CENTCOM commander (1997-2000)
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