Gary E. Luck

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About Gary E. Luck

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Gary Edward Luck (born August 5, 1937) is a retired four-star General in the U.S. Army, and currently a senior advisor to the U.S. Joint Forces Command. Receiving a bachelor's degree in engineering from Kansas State University in 1959, GEN Luck also holds a master's degree from Florida State University and a doctorate in business administration (Operations Research and Systems Analysis, a/k/a ORSA) from George Washington University. In addition, GEN Luck has attended numerous military schools and courses, to include the Armor Basic and Advanced Officer courses, Army Aviator training, the Armed Forces Staff College, and the United States Army War College. GEN Luck is a combat veteran of both the Vietnam War and the Gulf War and has held a variety of command and staff positions throughout his Army career, to include: Chief of Staff, 8th Infantry Division, U.S. Army, Europe; Director, Force Programs, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations and Plans, HQ Department of the Army; Assistant Division Commander, 101st Airborne Division; Commanding General, 2nd Infantry Division, Korea; Commanding General, Joint Special Operations Command (1989–1990); Commanding General, U.S. Army

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