Norman Schwarzkopf: I had long since resolved the moral question in my mind. I did it after Vietnam. I did it when I had a choice to either get out of the military or stay in when I arrived at 20 years. I could have retired at 20 years, and I decided to stay in. So I had resolved the moral dilemma in my mind. Although I will say, when we were about to go into Grenada, the question flashes across my mind: “Grenada? What are we doing here? Are we getting involved in another Vietnam? Are we getting involved in another war that the American people are not going to support?” But the Gulf was the same thing, let me tell you what. The young troops over there were not afraid of the enemy. What they were afraid of was they were going to get involved in another war that the American people weren’t going to support. That’s what they were afraid of.