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Bud McFarlane

AKA Robert Carl McFarlane

Born: 12-Jul-1937
Birthplace: Texas

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Government
Party Affiliation: Republican

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Iran-Contra figure

Military service: USMC (1959-79)

Father: William McFarlane
Mother: Alma Carl
Wife: Jonda Riley (m. 1959, one son, two daughters)

    University: US Naval Academy
    Scholar: National Defense University (1977-78)
    University: MA Strategic Studies, Institut de Hautes Etudes Internationales, Geneva, Switzerland

    White House National Security Advisor (17-Oct-1983 to 4-Dec-1985)
    US Ambassador Middle East Envoy (Jul-1983 to Oct-1983)
    White House Deputy National Security Advisor (1982-83)
    Counselor of the Department of State (1981-82)
    Member of the Board of Aegis Defence Services
    American Council on Renewable Energy Advisory Board
    American Foreign Policy Council Board of Advisors
    Bretton Woods Committee
    Center for Strategic & International Studies
    Foundation for the Defense of Democracies Distinguished Advisor
    New Uses Council Advisory Committee
    Nixon Center Advisory Council
    Partnership for a Secure America Advisory Board
    Securing America's Future Energy Founding Advisory Board
    Washington Institute for Near East Policy Board of Advisors
    Distinguished Service Medal
    White House Fellows 1971-72
    Iran-Contra Scandal
    Suicide Attempt Valium overdose 9-Feb-1987
    Drug Overdose Valium 9-Feb-1987
    Obstruction of Congress 4 counts, pled guilty 11-Mar-1988
    Pardoned 24-Dec-1992
    Funeral: Richard Nixon (1994)
    Funeral: Ronald Reagan (2004)

Author of books:
Special Trust: Pride, Principle and Politics Inside the White House (1994, politics)

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