Ronald Harrison

General Information


President - National Guard Association of the United States

President - Florida National Guard Foundation Inc

Retiring Head - Florida National Guard

President - Adjutants General Association of the United States


Governor of Senior Military Advisor - Florida

Board Member - Florida National Guard Foundation Inc

Founder - Florida National Guard

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LMR News and Events

Harrison Joins LMR >> PRINCE GEORGE, VA - Maj.General Ronald O. Harrison of St. Augustine, Florida, retired adjutant general for the state of Florida and retired president of the National Guard Association of the United States, has announced that he will become a senior consultant for Logistics Management Resources, Inc., an information technology corporation specializing in logistics management.Harrison was appointed to adjutant general in March 1992 and held the position until his retirement in Nov. 2001.During that time, he served as the Governor of Florida's senior military advisor and oversaw both state and federal missions of the Florida National Guard.He supervised the administration, training and operations of more than 10,700 Army personnel, over 1,700 Air National Guard personnel and over 1,400 full-time support employees.He was appointed to the Florida Army National Guard in 1963.With a military career that spanned 40 years, Harrison started out in Germany as a rifle platoon leader and a company executive officer and went on to command at every level from company to brigade.His military decorations include the Distinguished Service Medal, the Legion of Merit and the National Guard Bureau Distinguished Service Award.He is a past member of the Department of Defense Reserve Forces Policy Board and the Department of the Army Reserve Forces Policy Committee.Earlier this month, Harrison and Lt.Gen.Harrison received the AUSA's Lt.Gen.

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November 2007 :: Florida DUI Lawyer Blog

Ronald Harrison works in a Florida DUI task force by the name of Operation 3D and said in the story that he encounters drivers on all sorts of drugs.
With that said, he ranked Xanax, cocaine and marijuana as being the most common drugs that suspects are found to be under the influence of during arrests.

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Executive Committee -- Leadership

Major General (Retired) Ronald O. Harrison, President

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