Another Desert Storm

A Saudi co-commander has some harsh words for Stormin' Norman

THEY WERE COMRADES-IN-ARMS AND CO-COMMANDers of the Persian Gulf War, but Prince Khaled bin Sultan of Saudi Arabia has now issued some fighting words about his old friend General H. Norman Schwarzkopf. At issue is Schwarzkopf's current best seller, It Doesn't Take a Hero, which General Khaled has read and found riddled with "inaccuracies and slanted remarks." In an unusually open gesture for a member of the Saudi royal family, the prince released a public statement accusing the general of exaggerating his own role during the ) conflict ("One has to wonder whether there was no one else in the Gulf...

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