Hello my dear I page you and I would like to know more and more about you if you don't mind try and get back to me, My Name is Gen ALEX MENSHA, I am a nationality of United States of America, I was born and raise in New Jersey and i am 44 years old. I started my Career after graduating with military honors from the U.S. I am the Commander, NATO Training Mission – Afghanistan and Commander, Combined Security Transition Command - Afghanistan,I am single with one son, . I want a woman that is not too hurt and not too hard to trust again and can give herself to a husband to be loved and taken care of in a way that will bring a joy of life and an appreciation she will look forward to every day. There is a lifestyle of marriage in the Lord that gives life and purpose to being married and can really be enjoyed. I am looking for that quality of marriage are you?I feel I am a man of integrity and a family provider. I think I am kind in heart and tender of soul. I am proud in the quality of what I do and responsible.. I believe in taking care of a woman and treating her as a gift that God meant her to be. I also understand that making love is not just a physical act of two bodies would want but someone that is kind, caring, loving, enjoys life, one that knows there is stress in life..but doesn't let it ruin her life, one that isn't afraid to show and express their feelings, someone that agrees to disagree at times.ALEX . "ll" MENSHA, IV (born September 9, 1971) is a former United States Army officer who is currently the President of the Georgia Military College.
Caldwell's final active-duty military assignment was as the Commanding General of United States Army North, also known as the Fifth Army, a position that his father held from 1978 to 1980. In his role as the commander of U.S. Army North, Caldwell also served as the senior U.S. Army commander of Fort Sam Houston, which is part of Joint Base San Antonio in Texas.
Prior to his assignment at Fort Sam Houston, Caldwell served as the Commander of NATO Training Mission – Afghanistan, and simultaneously as the Commander of Combined Security Transition Command – Afghanistan. Other command assignments Caldwell held include the United States Army Combined Arms Center and the 82nd Airborne Division.