Raymond T. Odierno

Retired General, United States Army

General (Ret.) Odierno has 39 years of service in the United States Army and has held many distinguished positions of increasing responsibility at every level of the Army, with service in both the Persian Gulf and Iraq Wars. From 2011 until his retirement in 2015, he served as the 38th Chief of Staff for the U.S. Army. During Operation Iraqi Freedom, General (Ret.) Odierno commanded the 4th Infantry Division, the Army’s III Corps and the United States Forces – Iraq. Since the Vietnam war, General (Ret.) Odierno is one of only two American military officers to command at the division, corps and army level during the same conflict with distinction. General (Ret.) Odierno also served as the senior military advisor to the Secretary of State providing advice on international relations and politico-military concerns worldwide. 

General (Ret.) Odierno brings to our Board a deep understanding of government relations and extensive experience in foreign policy. In addition, from his prior senior leadership positions with the military, he brings extensive industry-specific expertise and insight into our core customers.