Lieutenant General (Retired) KEITH M. HUBER is the grandson of a World War I Doughboy veteran, the son of a World War II fighter pilot veteran, and a native of Springfield, Ohio. Mr. Huber is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point and received his Master of Public Administration from Golden Gate University. After graduating from West Point, he served thirty-eight years on active duty in the United States Army as an Infantryman, Green Beret. He served fourteen of the thirty-eight years at the rank of a General officer, retiring as a Lieutenant General (Three-Star). Mr. Huber earned Combat Infantryman, Special Operations Combat Diver, Master Parachutist, Air Assualt and Joint Chiefs of Staff badges, and is Special Forces and Ranger qualified. While on active duty, he served tours in Panama, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Haiti, Honduras, Kosovo, and Afghanistan. He is a Director of the Inter-American Defense College in Washington, D.C., Senior Advisor for Veterans and Leadership Initiatives and Distinguished Visiting Professor at Middle Tennessee State University, Chairman of Fort Campbell Retiree Council, Chairman of Veterans Administration community initiative, Nashville Serving Veterans Community Board, and a Member of Governor’s Working Group on School Safety. He and his wife Shelly have a son, Jason; a daughter, Alexis, and three grandsons, Dylan, Austin, and Reed.