Date: Friday, October 10, 2014
Time: 4:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Location: Sarratt Cinema, Vanderbilt University
As Commander of Combined Joint Interagency Task Force 435,Lieutenant General Keith Huber exercised oversight and control of U. S.detention operations in Afghanistan. With policy guidance from the UnitedStates Embassy, his Task Force worked in cooperation with Afghan, interagency,coalition, and international partners, to enable the conditions-basedtransition of U.S. detention operations to Afghan control, as well as advancethe development of 'rule of law' in Afghanistan.
A native of Springfield, Ohio, LTG Huber's 38 years ofcommissioned service in the US Army have spanned numerous conventional,unconventional and combined joint duty assignments, including the 7th InfantryDivision; the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault); the 10th Mountain Division;Deputy Commanding General of 1st Army; Commanding General of US ArmySouth; 7th Special Forces Group(Airborne) in Panama; and Special Forces Field Advisor tours in Nicaragua andEl Salvador.
His combined joint duty assignments include UN MissionHaiti; Commander Joint Task Force Bravo in Honduras; US Southern Command;Multinational Brigade (East) in Kosovo; Chairman of the Inter-American DefenseBoard; and Director of the Inter-American Defense College in Washington, D.C.
LTG Huber graduated from the U.S. Military Academy in 1975and was commissioned in the infantry. He is a graduate of the Infantry OfficerBasic Course, the Armor Officer Advanced Course, the Army Command and GeneralStaff College, the Armed Forces Staff College and the Army War College. Hereceived a Master of Public Administration degree from Golden State Universityin 1984.
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