BG Glaser
Brigadier General David P. Glaser
Deputy Commanding General
Commanding General of Army Corrections Command, a Headquarters Department of the Army Field Operating Agency, responsible to the Provost Marshal General of the Army. Supervises, directs, trains, and synchronizes the commands' more than 1,400 Soldiers, DA Civilians, and contractors. Responsible for the execution of the Army Corrections' mission along with the training, resourcing, and readiness of subordinate U.S. Forces Command (FORSCOM) units. In conjunction with FORSCOM, manages the deployment cycles for active component Corrections/Detention units in support of combatant commanders and validates units for deployment. Supports the Provost Marshal General's General Order #1 responsibilities relating to corrections oversight, corrections policy, and the direction, resourcing, and control over the Army Corrections System. Maintains executive liaison with federal, state and local law enforcement agencies.

Deputy Commanding General and principal advisor to the commanding general of the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command. Responsible for the performance of three brigade level commanders, the Executive Director of the Defense Forensic Science Center, and the Director of the U.S. Army Crime Records Center. Maintains oversight of significant criminal investigations, protective service operations, expeditionary forensics and the Terrorism and Criminal Investigation Unit's support to military commissions. Coordinates major investigative actions with DoD and DA executives. Maintains executive liaison with federal, state and local law enforcement agencies. Oversees training, personnel readiness, maintenance, and logistical support for no-notice deployment for Army, Joint and combined contingency operations worldwide.

Brigadier General Glaser was commissioned as a second lieutenant in 1985 through Reserve Officer Training Corps at Xavier University, Cincinnati, Ohio. He has held key staff positions with joint and operational assignments, specifically OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM (Afghanistan) and OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM (Iraq).

Xavier University - BBA - Finance
Syracuse University - MA - Comptrollership
Military Police Officer Basic and Advanced Course
United States Army Command and General Staff College
Senior Service College Fellowship - Center for New American Security
Joint and Combined War-fighting School

1. Aug 16 - Present, Commanding General, U.S. Army Corrections Command; Deputy Commanding General, U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command
2. Nov 14 - Jul 16, Chief of Staff, U.S. Army Central, Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina
3. Feb 14 - Nov 14, Deputy Director, Ministry of Interior Advisory Group, Combined Security Transition Command - Afghanistan, International Security Assistance Force, OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM, Afghanistan
4. Jun 13 - Feb 14, Deputy Provost Marshal General, Office of the Provost Marshal General, Army, Washington, DC
5. Aug 12 - Jun 13, Military Fellow, Strategic Studies Group, Office of the Chief of Staff, Army, Washington, DC
6. Jun 11 - Aug 12, Deputy Provost Marshal General, Office of the Provost Marshal General, Army, Washington, DC
7. Jul 10 - Jun 11, Senior Service College Fellow, Center for a New American Security, Washington, DC
8. Jan 08 - Mar 10, Commander, 42d Military Police Brigade, I Corps, Joint Base Lewis- McChord, Washington, and OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM, Iraq
9. Aug 07 - Jan 08, Deputy Operations Officer, G-3, I Corps, Fort Lewis, Washington
10. Jul 05 - Jun 07, Chief, Military Police Branch, United States Army Human Resources Command, Alexandria, Virginia
11. Jun 03 - Jun 05, Commander, 519th Military Police Battalion, Joint Readiness Training Center, Fort Polk, Louisiana and OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM, Iraq
12. Jul 01 - May 03, Chief, Antiterrorism Branch, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, Operations and Plans, Washington, DC
13. Jun 98 - Jun 01, Executive Officer, 25th Military Police Battalion, later Executive Officer United States Army Military Police Brigade-Hawaii, 25th Infantry Division (Light) Schofield Barracks, Hawaii
14. Aug 97 - Jun 98, Student, United States Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas
15. Aug 94 - Jul 97, Plans and Program Analyst, later Executive Officer, later Budget Analyst, Deputy Chief of Staff for Resource Management, United States Army Training and Doctrine Command, Fort Monroe, Virginia
16. Jun 93 - Aug 94, Student, Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York
17. Sep 91 - May 93, Instructor/Small Group Leader, C Company, 701st Military Police Battalion, Military Police Advanced Course, Fort McClellan, Alabama
18. Apr 91 - Sep 91, Student, Military Police Advanced Officer Course, Fort McClellan, Alabama
19. Dec 89 - Apr 91, Commander, 570th Military Police Company, 95th Military Police Battalion, 21st Theater Army Area Command, United States Army Europe and Seventh Army, Germany
20. Nov 87 - Nov 89, Platoon Leader, 272d Military Police Company, later Assistant Operations Officer, 95th Military Police Battalion, 21st Theater Army Area Command, United States Army Europe and Seventh Army, Germany
21. Jun 86 - Sep 87, Executive Officer, A Company, 40th Military Police Battalion, Fort McClellan, Alabama
22. Dec 85 - May 86, Executive Officer, One Station Unit Training Company, 11th Military Police Battalion, Fort McClellan, Alabama

Army Distinguished Service Medal
Defense Superior Service Medal
Legion of Merit (with Oak Leaf Cluster)
Bronze Star Medal (with Oak Leaf Cluster)
Meritorious Service Medal (with 5 Oak Leaf Clusters)
Army Commendation Medal (with 4 Oak Leaf Clusters)
Army Achievement Medal (with Oak Leaf Cluster)
Combat Action Badge
Parachutist Badge
Air Assault Badge
Army Staff Identification Badge

Second Lieutenant, 22 May 1985
First Lieutenant, 22 November 1986
Captain, 1 September 1989
Major, 1 October 1996
Lieutenant Colonel, 1 March 2002
Colonel, 1 July 2007
Brigadier General, 1 January 2014

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