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Edwin H. Burba

Chairman

National Infantry Museum

HQ Phone:  (706) 685-5800

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National Infantry Museum

1775 Legacy Way

Columbus, Georgia,31903

United States

Company Description

The National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center, on a 155-acre tract linking Columbus, Georgia, and the Maneuver Center of Excellence at Fort Benning, is the first world-class site to pay tribute to the U.S. Army Infantryman and those who fight alongside him. ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Commander In Chief

Forces Command


Commander-In-Chief

U.S. Forces Command


Affiliations

Global Payments Inc.

Board Member


PayX International Ltd

Board Member


Association for Financial Technology Inc

Board Member


Lafferty Group

Board Member


Atlanta Police Foundation

Member of Board of Trustees


Education

B.S.

U.S. Military Academy


Bachelor of Science degree

the United States Military Academy


Master of Science degree

International Affairs

George Washington University


degree

Chinese Mandarin

Defense Language Institute


Web References(35 Total References)


National Infantry Museum Foundation Board of Directors

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GEN (Ret.) Edwin H. Burba, Jr. Chairman


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GEN (Ret.) Edwin H. Burba, Jr. Chairman


Advisor - General Edwin H. Burba, USA (Ret)

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General Edwin H. Burba (Ret)
United States Army General Edwin H. Burba, Jr. became Commander-In-Chief of Forces Command in September 1989. Prior to that, he was Commanding General of the combined field army of the Republic of Korea and United States. Born in McAlester, Oklahoma in 1936, General Burba was commissioned a Second Lieutenant and awarded a Bachelor of Science degree from the United States Military Academy in 1959. He holds a Master of Science degree in International Affairs from George Washington University. His military education includes the Infantry Officer Basic and Advance courses, the Armed Forces Staff College and the National War College. During his 34 years of service, General Burba served in Airborne, Air Assault, Light Infantry, Special Forces, Mechanized Infantry, Psychological Operations and Basic Training Units. He served two combat tours in Vietnam, commanded the Infantry School/Center, and commanded units from platoon through field and theater army levels. He served in joint tours as Executive Officer to the Chief of Staff, Army; as Chief of Field Training at the U.S. Air Force Academy; and as Commander-In-Chief of Forces Command. He served a combined tour as Commander of the Combined Field Army (Republic of Korea - U.S.). He also performed duties at the Military Personnel Center where he was in charge of assignments/professional development of Infantry officers worldwide. His decorations include the Defense and Army Distinguished Service Medals with Oak Leaf Clusters, Silver Star, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star and Purple Heart. He is a Master Parachutist; Ranger qualified and has been awarded the Combat Infantryman Badge. Since retirement, General Burba has worked extensively as a Senior Mentor with the Army's Battle Command Training Program. He continues to conduct leadership and Management consultations in the private sector and serves on Government, Community and Corporate Boards. General Burba and his wife Trish have three daughters.


Advisor - General Edwin H. Burba, USA (Ret)

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General Edwin H. Burba (Ret)United States Army General Edwin H. Burba, Jr. became Commander-In-Chief of Forces Command in September 1989.Prior to that, he was Commanding General of the combined field army of the Republic of Korea and United States.Born in McAlester, Oklahoma in 1936, General Burba was commissioned a Second Lieutenant and awarded a Bachelor of Science degree from the United States Military Academy in 1959.He holds a Master of Science degree in International Affairs from George Washington University.His military education includes the Infantry Officer Basic and Advance courses, the Armed Forces Staff College and the National War College.During his 34 years of service, General Burba served in Airborne, Air Assault, Light Infantry, Special Forces, Mechanized Infantry, Psychological Operations and Basic Training Units.He served two combat tours in Vietnam, commanded the Infantry School/Center, and commanded units from platoon through field and theater army levels.He served in joint tours as Executive Officer to the Chief of Staff, Army; as Chief of Field Training at the U.S. Air Force Academy; and as Commander-In-Chief of Forces Command.He served a combined tour as Commander of the Combined Field Army (Republic of Korea - U.S.).He also performed duties at the Military Personnel Center where he was in charge of assignments/professional development of Infantry officers worldwide.His decorations include the Defense and Army Distinguished Service Medals with Oak Leaf Clusters, Silver Star, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star and Purple Heart.He is a Master Parachutist; Ranger qualified and has been awarded the Combat Infantryman Badge.Since retirement, General Burba has worked extensively as a Senior Mentor with the Army's Battle Command Training Program.He continues to conduct leadership and Management consultations in the private sector and serves on Government, Community and Corporate Boards.General Burba and his wife Trish have three daughters.


Samsung Donates $1 Million to National Infantry Museum and Heritage Park

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MG (Ret.) White and General (Ret.) Edwin H. Burba, Jr., chairman of the National Infantry Foundation's National Advisory Board, will personally thank Samsung for its donation during an award ceremony hosted by the Korea Society in New York on September 19.


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