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Name: Huber Jr., Glenn
Current Position: Previous Commandant

Colonel Glenn R. Huber Jr. has served as commandant of the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation (WHINSEC) at Fort Benning, Georgia, since July 29, 2010. He last served with WHINSEC in 2001, when he was a department director and instructor.

Huber was born in Madrid, Spain, but is a native of Lititz, Pennsylvania. His father served for nine years in the Air Force and later worked for the federal government as a foreman at a power plant.
Huber graduated from the University of Texas, and has a Masters in Management degree from Florida Institute of Technology.
Huber initially served with the 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment in West Germany, before later commanding the Missile Maintenance Company of the 2nd Infantry Division’s Support Command in South Korea.
He has served as brigade logistics officer for the 108th Air Defense Brigade (Airborne) and as a commander of the PATRIOT Training Detachment at Fort Bliss, Texas.
Other assignments have included serving as project test officer at White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico; joint logistics officer with the U.S. Military Group, Colombia, Division;
U.S. Army attaché to Chile; U.S. defense and army attaché to the Dominican Republic; and interim defense attaché to Nicaragua.
Before returning to WHINSEC, he served in Iraq as the chief of staff to the Iraq Security Assistance Mission.
Huber and his wife, Norma, have a daughter and a son.
Official Biography (Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation) (pdf)
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