Director, G-9 (Concepts, Experimentation, Science and Technology and Capability Integration and Analysis Directorate) U.S. Army Special Operations Command
COL(Ret) Robert A. Warburg retired on 01 Oct 2014 after 30
years of service.He is currently the
Director, G-9, (Concepts, Experimentation, Science and Technology and Capability
Integration and Analysis Directorate's) at the U.S. Army Special Operations Command
(USASOC), Fort Bragg, North Carolina.The
G-9 Directorate manages the future direction of the command through the Silent
Quest Wargame Platform, the USASOC Campaign of Learning Program and the USASOC
COL(Ret) Warburg served in a variety of leadership
positions; from Platoon Leader through Brigade Commander and Army Staff
positions ranging from Battalion Operations Officer through Assistant Chief of
Staff, G3, of the U.S. Army Special Forces Command (Airborne), headquartered at
Fort Bragg, North Carolina.He was
fortunate to command 1st Battalion, 10th Special Forces
Group (Airborne) from 2002-2004.
From 2007 through 2009, he served as the Director of
Operations for Special Operations Command - Europe in Stuttgart, Germany.In June 2009, he assumed command of the 188th
Infantry Brigade, part of the First Army Division East, at Fort Stewart,
Georgia.COL(Ret) Warburg returned to Fort
Bragg in 2011 to serve as the Chief of Staff for the U.S. Army John F. Kennedy
Special Warfare Center and School.From
July 2012 to June 2014, COL(Ret) Warburg served as the commander of the
Military Information Support Operations Command (Airborne), also headquartered
at Fort Bragg.
He received the Distinguished Honor Graduate and the William O. Darby Award for
U.S. Army Ranger School, Class 05-1992.At
his retirement, he received the Distinguished Service Medal from LTG Charles T.
Cleveland, the Commanding General of the United States Army Special Operations
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