Major General Robert Brown Commanding General US Army Manoeuvre Centre of Excellence gives United States Key Note at International Armoured Vehicles conference.

Major General Robert Brown, speaks about the future of the US Army and the capabilities required for partnership with strategic allies at International Armoured Vehicles on this Tuesday 8th February

Major General Robert Brown is the second commanding general for the Maneuver Center of Excellence and Fort Benning. Prior to taking command here Nov. 4, MG Brown was chief of staff for U.S. Army Europe in Heidelberg, Germany.

He brings a diverse background of Infantry and Armor experiences with him to Fort Benning including commanding at every level from company to brigade, including three and a half years commanding the Army’s second Stryker Brigade Combat Team, and culminating in serving in 2009 as the deputy commanding general of the 25th Infantry Division during his second deployment to Mosul, Iraq. During his career, he also has supported Operation Uphold Democracy in Haiti and Operation Joint Forge in Bosnia-Herzegovina.

He is a champion of instilling inspired, adaptive and agile leadership in all of today’s Soldiers, while leveraging rapid and ever-changing technology for training – effectively preparing America’s Warriors for today’s battlefield. He brings a wealth of experience and positive energy to Fort Benning.

Major General Robert Brown is amongst over 50 international military speakers at this years conference. With over 500 delegates confirmed to attend the conference and 2000 visitors to the exhibition, can you afford to miss out.

This is our biggest ever conference, will you be there?

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