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General, USA (Retired) George A. Joulwan

General (Ret.) Joulwan is the President and CEO ONE TEAM, Inc., a strategic consulting firm he founded. Most recently, he served with distinction as the Commander-in-Chief, United State European Command (CINCEUR) and as the 11th Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR) since General Eisenhower. He served his Country for four decades, spending 22 out of 36 years on foreign tours and received his nation?s highest decorations for bravery and service as well as numerous foreign awards and decorations.

His numerous military assignments in addition to SACEUR, include Commander-in-Chief (CINCSOUTH) of US forces in Central and South America. During two combat tours in Vietnam, General Joulwan was an infantry company commander and battalion and brigade operations officer and received two silver stars for heroism and as well as numerous other awards for valor. In six years in Washington he served in the Pentagon for the Vice Chief of Staff of the Army and was the Executive Officer for the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. He also served in the White House as a Special Assistant to the President of the United States.

General Joulwan remains active in public service, education, civic and foreign policy organizations and debates. In addition to his role as President of ONE TEAM, Inc., he sits on several corporate boards of directors. He is on the St. Jude Children?s Cancer Research Hospital Advisory Board and the board of the charitable organization, Global Impact. He sits on the Joint Military Intelligence College Advisory Board and a panel for the Council on Foreign Relations. General Joulwan is also a member of the Senior Advisory Group for CINCEUR/SACEUR. Previously he was on the Quadrennial Defense Review panel and the Board of Trustees for the United States Military Academy. He was the distinguished professor at the National Defense University in Washington and the former Olin Professor for National Security Studies at the United States Military Academy at West Point.

General Joulwan graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1961 with a Master of Arts degree and has an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Loyola University of Chicago. He and his wife Karen reside in Arlington, Virginia and have three married daughters and eight grandchildren.

General, USMC (Retired) Michael W. Hagee

General Hagee is the President and CEO the Admiral Nimitz Foundation and served with distinction as the 33rd Commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps. His military career took him to innumerable foreign countries in combat and peace. His numerous military assignments include Commanding General, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force, Director of Strategic Plans and Policies for the U.S. Pacific Command, Deputy Director of Operations at the U.S. European Command and Executive Assistant to the Director of Central Intelligence. In addition to his military assignments, General Hagee has served in a number of diplomatic missions.

In addition to his role as CEO of the Admiral Nimitz Foundation, he also serves on several boards of directors and advisory boards, in areas that include government services, manufacturing, electronics and communications.

He remains active in public service and foreign policy debates and has been one of the leading proponents of "Smart Power", testifying before Congress and providing advice to Senators, and Congressmen on both sides of the aisle. A member of SAFE?s Energy Security Leadership Council, he serves as the Co-Chair of the Commission on Fuel and Geopolitics. Further he remains active and participates in numerous educational, civic and charitable organizations.

General Hagee is a graduate of the Naval Academy and has a Master?s Degree in Electrical Engineering and a Master?s Degree in International Relations. He is a fellow at the University of Texas? William P. Clements Jr. Center for History, Strategy & Statecraft.