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General John G. Castellaw

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President

The Crockett Policy Institute
Box 307
Alamo, Tennessee 38001
United States

Company Description: The Crockett Policy Institute is dedicated to improving the lives of Tennesseans by providing practical, workable and fair solutions to address the challenges...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Colonel Mark Puck Mykleby
    Military Advisory Board
  • Lieutenant General
    Center for Climate and Security
  • Chief of Staff
    U.S. Central Command
  • National Commander
    Marines
  • Deputy Commandant
    Marines
  • United States Marine Corps
  • Commander
    United States Marine Corps

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Advisory Board Member
    Military Advisory Board
  • Advisory Board Member
    Center for Climate and Security
  • Board Member
    Bank of Crockett
  • Teaching Fellow
    College of Business and Global Affairs at the University of Tennessee , Martin
  • Member
    Marines
  • Advisory Board, Lieutenant General
    United States Marine Corps

Education

  • Hamlet-Robertson High School
  • University of Tennessee at Martin
  • Bachelor of Science Degree , Agriculture
124 Total References
Web References
The Team - The Corvus Group
www.corvusgroup.org, 10 Mar 2014 [cached]
LtGen (Ret) John Castellaw, USMC
In addition to consulting for The Corvus Group, LtGen (Ret) John Castellaw is the managing member of CGL Systems LLC a veteran owned, small business headquartered in Tennessee. CGL Systems' primary focus is on geospatial services for the government and private sector. Castellaw served in the Marines for 36 years leading Marines from a platoon to an aircraft wing while flying more than two dozen different aircraft including the CH-46E Sea Knight, the TAV-8B Harrier and the MV-22B Osprey.
He also served with the UN during the Siege of Sarajevo, commanded a U.S. joint force in an Australian-led multi-national security and stability operation in East Timor, and was the chief of staff for the U.S. Central Command at the height of the war in Iraq. Other service included assignments ashore and aboard ship in Africa, Europe, the Asia-Pacific and the Middle East. His last tours on active duty were in the Pentagon where he oversaw Marine Aviation and, later, the Marine Corps budget creation and execution.
In 2008 he retired and returned to Crockett County, Tennessee to manage the family farm. In addition to CGL Systems, he is the president of the Crockett Policy Institute, a non-profit, non-partisan think tank, serves on the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition's National Security Advisory Council, and is a teaching fellow in the College of Business and Global Affairs at the University of Tennessee, Martin. Castellaw serves on several boards including the Bank of Crockett and the American Security Project, works with various economic development organizations, and advises corporations on management and strategic planning. He recently completed his final term as the National Commander of the Marine Corps Aviation Association.
People | The Center for Climate & Security
climateandsecurity.org, 24 Jan 2014 [cached]
Lieutenant General John G. Castellaw United States Marine Corps (Retired)
Brigadier General Gerald Galloway
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Lieutenant General John G. Castellaw, United States Marine Corps (Retired)
John Castellaw is the president of the Crockett Policy Institute (CPI) a non-partisan policy and research organization chartered in Tennessee.
Castellaw served in the Marines for 36 years holding several operational commands and flying more than two dozen different aircraft. His duties included service with the UN during the Siege of Sarajevo, command of a U.S. joint force in a multi-national security and stability operation in East Timor, and as the chief of staff for the U.S. Central Command during the Iraq War. Other service included assignments ashore and afloat in Africa, Europe, the Asia-Pacific and the Middle East.
His last tours on active duty were in the Pentagon where he first oversaw Marine Aviation and then the Marine Corps budget creation and execution.
After the Marine Corps, he returned to Crockett County, Tennessee and to the family farm from where he remains involved in national security issues. He is on the National Security Advisory Council of the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition, the board of the American Security Project, and is a teaching fellow in the College of Business and Global Affairs at the University of Tennessee, Martin.
In addition to managing his family farm, he is board member of the Bank of Crockett, works with economic development organizations, and advises corporations on management and strategic planning. Castellaw recently completed his final term as the National Commander of the Marine Corps Aviation Association.
Lieutenant General John G. ...
climateandsecurity.org, 22 Dec 2012 [cached]
Lieutenant General John G. Castellaw Joins the Center for Climate and Security Advisory Board
Posted in climate and security, tagged advisory board, Center for Climate and Security, CPI, Crockett Policy Institite, John G. Castellaw, Pentagon, Tennessee, United States Marine Corps, United States Marine Corps (Retired), USGLC on August 6, 2012 | Leave a Comment »
It is our pleasure to welcome the newest member of our Advisory Board, Lieutenant General John G. Castellaw, United States Marine Corps (Retired).
John Castellaw is the president of the Crockett Policy Institute (CPI), a non-partisan policy and research organization chartered in Tennessee.
Castellaw served in the Marines for 36 years holding several operational commands and flying more than two dozen different aircraft. His duties included service with the UN during the Siege of Sarajevo, command of a U.S. joint force in a multi-national security and stability operation in East Timor, and as the chief of staff for the U.S. Central Command during the Iraq War. Other service included assignments ashore and afloat in Africa, Europe, the Asia-Pacific and the Middle East.
His last tours on active duty were in the Pentagon where he first oversaw Marine Aviation and then the Marine Corps budget creation and execution.
After the Marine Corps, he returned to Crockett County, Tennessee and to the family farm from where he remains involved in national security issues. He is on the National Security Advisory Council of the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition, the board of the American Security Project, and is a teaching fellow in the College of Business and Global Affairs at the University of Tennessee, Martin.
In addition to managing his family farm, he is board member of the Bank of Crockett, works with economic development organizations, and advises corporations on management and strategic planning. Castellaw recently completed his final term as the National Commander of the Marine Corps Aviation Association.
Operation Free » Blog
www.operationfree.net, 27 Sept 2012 [cached]
WASHINGTONâ€"Today, at a press event, Congressman Mike Thompson joined retired Marine Corps Lieutenant General John Castellaw; Mike Breen, Vice President of the Truman National Security Project; and Jeff Duff, President of veterans clean jobs training company Airstreams Renewables, to talk about how critical renewing the Wind Production Tax Credit (PTC) is to America’s economic and national security.
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John G. Castellaw, USMC (ret.) served as deputy commandant for Marine Corps Aviation from 2005 to 2007. He is a member of the Consensus for American Security and the president of the Crockett Policy Institute. He lives on the family farm near Alamo, Tenn." He can be followed on Twitter at @CrockettPolicy
General John "Glad" Castellaw will deliver ...
www.jacksonsun.com, 13 Dec 2010 [cached]
General John "Glad" Castellaw will deliver the fall commencement address at 11 a.m. Saturday in the Kathleen and Tom Elam Center at the University of Tennessee Martin. Approximately 602 degrees are expected to be awarded, according to a news release.
Tickets are not required for admission. A live webcast will be available through a link on the UT Martin homepage at www.utm.edu. A reception will be hosted in Skyhawk Fieldhouse immediately following the commencement ceremony.
Castellaw, a Crockett County native, played freshman basketball at UT Martin and was a member of Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity and the Reserve Officers Training Corps. He received a bachelor of science degree in agriculture in 1972.
Commissioned as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Marine Corps, Castellaw served in Marine tank and amphibian tractor units before becoming a helicopter pilot. He flew more than two dozen different aircraft and was Marine Aviator of the Year in 1990.
He held several commands during his 36-year career. Castellaw served tours in Europe, Asia, the Pacific and the Middle East. His last assignments on active duty were in the Pentagon, where he oversaw Marine Aviation and the Marine Corps budget creation and execution.
Castellaw retired in 2008 and returned to the family farm. He now consults with various companies and serves on the board of directors for several Crockett County organizations.
Castellaw also serves on the Department of the Navy's Naval Research Advisory Committee. As a veteran, he is a member of the Marine Corps League, The Marine Corps Association and is the National Commander of the Marine Corps Aviation Association.
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