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Local Address: Springfield, Virginia, United States
GCS Associates, LLC

Employment History

  • Lieutenant General US Army (Retired)
    GCS Associates, LLC
  • Lieutenant General
    United States Army Europe and 7th Army
  • Deputy Commanding General, Acting Commanding General
    United States Army Europe and 7th Army
  • Deputy Commander
    United States Army Europe and 7th Army
  • Deputy Commanding General, Acting Commanding General
    U.S. Army Europe
  • Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations
    U.S. Army Europe
  • Commander In Chief
    U.S. Southern Command
  • Commander In Chief
    Southern Command
  • Deputy Commander and Chief of Staff

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Bulgarian Property - My Bulgaria Property, MyBulgaria Real Estate, 6 Sept 2008 [cached]
Lieutenant General Gary D. Speer, the Acting Commanding General for the United States Army Europe and Seventh Army had a meeting Tuesday at the Novo Selo grounds with representatives from the municipal administrations of the cities of Yambol, Sliven and Bourgas.
Lieutenant General Gary D. Speer assumed the duties as Deputy Commander of United States Army Europe and 7th Army in April 2006. A native of Gadsden, Alabama, he was commissioned a second lieutenant in the Infantry in the Regular Army upon graduation from the United States Military Academy in 1972.
Gen. James T. Hill assumes command at U.S. Southern Command [cached]
Gary D. Speer, who had been acting commander.Speer has been appointed the Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations for the U.S. Army Europe in Heidleberg, Germany.
Southern Command oversees U.S. military activities in 32 nations and 12 dependencies, from Guantanamo Bay Naval Base in Cuba to Plan Colombia, the $1.7 billion aid project to strengthen Colombia's military and counter-drug operations.
Welcome to A.M. Costa Rica, 25 April 2002 [cached]
That was the view of Gary Speer, acting commander in chief of the U.S. Southern Command..
Speer said U.S. efforts in Colombia are aimed not only at fighting drugs but also at saving democracy in that country and in promoting security and stability in the Andean region. Official: No Combat Role in Colombia, 20 June 2002 [cached]
Gary Speer, acting commander in chief of the Southern Command.He noted that the brigade has not been accused of human rights abuses.
Colombia's three main rebel groups the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, FARC; the National Liberation Army of Colombia, ELN; and the United Self-Defense Group of Colombia, AUC are on the State Department's list of foreign terrorist organizations.All three are self-financed through drug trafficking, Speer said.
The AUC, a right-wing paramilitary group, aims to destroy the FARC and the ELN, both leftist guerrilla armies.
Dodd said the FARC recently had an estimated 17,000 members, while AUC had 11,000.But support for the AUC has increased as FARC-sponsored violence grew, he said.
"When people are frightened, they will grasp onto whatever offers some security," Dodd said.
Colombia's military now views the AUC as a greater threat than the FARC or the ELN, Speer said."The people in Colombia look at the AUC as doing something."
Said Dodd: "I have an eerie feeling you're going to be back here at this table next year telling me it's not getting better, it's getting worse," with the AUC growing to 18,000 people.
A report Wednesday from the House International Relations Committee's Republican majority contends the IRA and the FARC have had well-established links since at least 1998.
Stars & Stripes, 16 Nov 2005 [cached]
Gary Speer, who is nominated for a third star and assignment as U.S. Army Europe deputy commander and chief of staff.
Speer is currently also at Fort McPherson, serving as Third Army deputy commander.
Speer would replace Maj.Gen.
Speer, who served from 2002 until May 2004 as deputy chief of staff for USAREUR, also began his military career in 1972 as a second lieutenant.
Neither McKiernan nor Speer could be reached for comment.
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