Army’s First Hispanic Four-Star General Dies
The man who was raised by a cowhand on King Ranch and eventually became the United States Army’s first Hispanic four-star general has died.
Richard Edward Cavazos, 88, died Sunday. He was living in the Army Residence Community in San Antonio. He is survived by his wife, Caroline, said Bill Fee, who served under Cavazos during the Vietnam War in 1967…
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