Gregory C. Meyer, Jr.
COL Gregory C. Meyer Jr. was commissioned from Officer Candidate School Class 2-90 as an Infantry Officer at Fort Benning, Georgia on 1 March 1990. His first duty station was Erlangen, Germany where he served as a Platoon Leader in A Company, 2-6 Infantry Battalion, 2nd Brigade, 1st Armored Division. | His subsequent assignments were: Support Platoon Leader and Battalion Maintenance Officer in HHC, 1-30 Infantry Battalion, 2nd Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division; Scout Platoon Observer Controller at the Combat Maneuver Training Center, Hohenfels, Germany; Military Intelligence Transition Course, Ft. Huachuca, Arizona; Assistant Operations Officer, G2, I Corps; Battalion S2 in HHC, 1-5 Infantry Battalion, 1st Brigade; A Company Commander, 125th Military Intelligence Battalion, 25th Infantry Division (Light), Fort Lewis, Washington; Military Intelligence Officer Proponent in the Office of the Chief, Military Intelligence; Deputy Division Chief of J2 Systems and the J2 Executive Officer, United States Forces Korea; Battalion XO, 3rd Military Intelligence Battalion (Aerial Exploitation) and Battalion S3 in the 527th Military Intelligence Battalion; Assistant Chief of Staff GS, Chief of Plans for 4th Infantry Division and Multi- National Division Baghdad; Commander, 14th Military Intelligence Battalion OIF 09-10; Joint Task Force 134, Multi-National Forces Iraq; lead counter-terrorism planner for South Asia at the National Counter- terrorism Center; Chief of Plans, CS, Combined Forces Command and United States Forces Korea, Republic of Korea; USCYBERCOM Liaison Officer to USAFRICOM, Stuttgart, Germany; and Chief of Plans, J2, United States Central Command, MacDill AFB, Tampa, Florida. | His education consists of: Infantry officer Basic Course, Airborne School; Infantry Mortar Leaders Course; Bradley Commander's Course; Military Intelligence Transition Course; Military Intelligence Advanced Course; Signal Intelligence Officer's Course; Command and General Staff College; School for Advanced Military Studies; Joint Advanced Cyberspace Warfighting Course; and the National War College. He holds an undergraduate degree in Human Resources Management from Arizona State University, a Masters of Military Arts and Science from the School for Advanced Military Studies and a Masters of National Strategic Studies from the National War College.