Wesley Clark

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Wesley Clark

(person)
One of the designers of the Laboratory Instrument Computer at MIT who subsequently had a quiet hand in many seminal computing events, such as the development of the Internet, the first really good description of the metastability problem in computer logic.

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General Wesley K. Clark (ret.) will deliver the 2015 C3 US-Arab Business Summit keynote address on Monday (Oct.
Wesley K. Clark is a retired United States Army general, a former NATO supreme Allied commander in Europe and a consultant.
The retired Army general and former Supreme allied commander in NATO, Wesley K. Clark has joined the Blackstone Group as a deal adviser in the energy sector.
Wesley K. Clark is taking part in the Boys & Girls Clubs of America's new national advocacy campaign, "Be Great." A billboard in Little Rock shows a photo of the four-star general and alum of the Boys Club with an inspirational message: "Be Brave." Clark joins some 25 prominent alumni, including former President Bill Clinton, in the campaign to help increase public awareness and understanding about the key issues facing America's youth and the positive impact of clubs.
General Wesley K. Clark served in the United States Army for 34 years and in his final military assignment as a four-star general, from July 1997 until May 2000, he served as the NATO Supreme Allied Commander, Europe and simultaneously, Commander-in-Chief, U.S.
General Wesley K. Clark, ed.) Read by Brian Emerson.
By General Wesley K. Clark. New York: Public Affairs, 2001.
Wesley K. Clark, Winning Modern Wars: Iraq, Terrorism, and the American Empire (New York: PublicAffairs, 2003), 120, 130; Will Dana, "Is Wesley Clark the One?," Interview with Wesley Clark, Rolling Stone (September 2003), 45-47, quotes, 46.
Winning Modern Wars: Iraq, Terrorism, and the American Empire, by Wesley K. Clark, New York: Public Affairs, 218 pages
Wesley K. Clark looked a bit like Dieter from Saturday Night Live's "Sprockets" in his quasi-existential all-black ensemble, it may have been because the former supreme allied commander of Europe spent many of the last 34 years living and conducting diplomacy among Continentals prone to such fits of style.
Wesley K. Clark of Little Rock, former Supreme Allied Commander Europe, to its board of directors.