2 U.S. commander in the fight against the Taliban and al-Qaida. MG Eric T. Olson US Army (Ret) LTG Charles P. Otstott US Army (Ret) MG Gale S. Pollock US Army (Ret) Captain Larry Seaquist USN (Ret) MG Antonio M. Taguba US Army (Ret) Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson US Army (Ret) Join our mailing list. "If the record shows that Ms. Haspel played any role in carrying out, supervising, or directing any form of torture or detainee abuse, or the destruction of evidence relating to these activities, we urge you to reject her nomination." In Afghanistan, Maj. Gen. Eric T. Olson was the No. "He’s had a tremendous career of service to the United States of America, the Army, and the Air Force," Olson said. MG Eric T. Olson sent word back to Schofield Barracks that he wanted an appropriate memorial to honor the 25th s Soldiers who were killed in action while serving in Afghanistan and Iraq. MG Olson deployed from the 25th Infantry Division (Tropic Lightning) in Schofield Barracks, Hawaii. Major General Eric T. Olson served as the Commanding General, Combined Joint Task Force-76 (CJTF-76) Afghanistan from April 15, 2004 through March 24, 2005. MG James B. Jarrard: 2019– MG Ronald P. Clark: 2018–2019: MG Christopher G. Cavoli: 2016–2018: MG Charles A. Flynn: 2014–2016: MG Kurt Fuller: 2012–2014 His staff indicated they wanted this memorial completed by the time the elements of the Division returned from Afghanistan and Iraq in June 2005. His old job may turn out to have been easier than his new one — a key position with the Iraq Reconstruction Management Office. His staff indicated they wanted this memorial completed by the time the elements of the Division returned from Afghanistan and Iraq in June 2005. 25th Infantry Division (United States) (6,342 words) exact match in snippet view article 1997–1999 MG William E. Ward 1999–2000 MG James M. Dubik 2000–2002 MG Eric T. Olson 2002–2005 MG Benjamin R. Mixon 2005–2008 BG Mick Bednarek February–May During Operation Outlaw, US Army (USA) Major General (MGEN) Eric T. Olson, Commander, Combined Joint Task Force 76 (CJTF-76), talks with local village elders, while on patrol with USA Soldiers assigned to 2nd Battalion, 5th Infantry Regiment, in the Cehar Cineh area of Afghanistan, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM MG Eric T. Olson sent word back to Schofield Barracks that he wanted an appropriate memorial to honor the 25th’s Soldiers who were killed in action while serving in Afghanistan and Iraq. Military Leaders Letter to US Senate (April 23 2018) “Our group does not dispute Ms. Haspel’s… Enter your email* Enter your zip code* SIGN UP MG James T. Hill 1997–1999; MG William E. Ward 1999–2000; MG James M. Dubik 2000–2002; MG Eric T. Olson 2002–2005; MG Benjamin R. Mixon 2005–2008; BG Mick Bednarek 2008 (February – May) MG Robert L. Caslen Jr. 2008–2009; MG Bernard S. Champoux 2010 – 2012; MG Kurt Fuller 2012–present Major General Eric T. Olson, USA (Ret) Ambassador Louis F. O’Neill (Ret) Thomas P. Oppel, former Chief of Staff to the Secretary of the Navy Lieutenant General Charley Otstott, USA (Ret) Tracy Pakulniewicz, former Director of Policy Integration, Department of Defense Brigadier General Pete J. Palmer, USA (Ret) Major General Eric T. Olson, USA (Retired) Major General Gale S. Pollock, USA (Retired) Brigadier General Lewis Spencer Roach, USA (Retired) Lieutenant General Charles H. Roadman II, USAF (Retired) Major General Eric T. Olson, commander of the 25th Infantry Division (Light) here and U.S. Army, Hawaii, attended the celebration and said it’s important for current service members to honor veterans like Steer.