Confidant to Kissinger and advisor to three American Presidents, former National Security Advisor Dr. Brent Scowcroft saw the White House through several generations of executive leadership. A USMA alum and retired Lieutenant General in the U.S. Air Force, Dr. Scowcroft describes how the ethos of West Point, "Duty; honor; country," served him throughout his dynamic and distinguished career. In his humanizing and often poignant anecdotes, Dr. Scowcroft conjures the distinctive personalities of the Oval Office as at once powerful and vulnerable in their idiosyncrasy.
|Interviewer Name:||Todd Brewster|
|Service Dates:||1947 to 1975|
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