But members of Congress who visited Clark at his Brussels headquarters in the early days of the attack on Yugoslavia were startled by his off-the-record comments. If the Russians are going to sail war ships into the combat zone, we should bomb them. If Milosevic is getting oil from the Hungarian pipeline, we should bomb it.
BTW .. wasn't it this war that the China Embassy was hit and a number of people were killed?
posted on 01/25/2004 7:14:09 PM PST
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This was the war -- said they were using maps that were out of date and in the process the Chinese Embassy was bombed.
It was also the war where one of the people (Civilian with a British accent) said at the NATO Briefing (I wish I could remember who it was) that the Stealth Fighter had properties that made it invisible to the naked eye. I can remember sitting in my family room laughing. It is virtually invisible to radar but any person can see the plane. Believe it was Shea with a General standing next to him -- just not for sure but the briefer had a British accent and the general was American. Wish I knew if it was Clark or not.
posted on 01/25/2004 7:29:32 PM PST
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