Ricardo Sanchez

former Commander, Coalition Forces in Iraq

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Former commander of Coalition Forces in Iraq and author of Wiser in Battle: A Soldier’s Story

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He grew up in one of America’s poorest counties. He retired as the highest ranking Hispanic officer in the US Army.

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He grew up in one of America’s poorest counties. He retired as the highest ranking Hispanic officer in the US Army.

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