|Alma mater||United States Military Academy, Army War College, Loyola University|
Supreme Allied Commander Europe and other significant commands, but CV lacking details of what he did.
George Alfred Joulwan is a retired United States Army general who served for 36 years. He finished his military career as the Commander-in-Chief, United States European Command and Supreme Allied Commander (SACEUR) in 1997.
Unusually for a Supreme Allied Commander Europe, General Joulwan is not known to have attended the Bilderberg group, but he still has significant deep state ties, including as special assistant to The White House Chief of Staff General Alexander Haig, involvement in the War on Drugs, and as board member of Emergent BioSolutions.
As the Supreme Allied Commander, he conducted over 20 operations in the Balkans, Africa, and the Middle East. When the United States sent forces into Bosnia in the 1990s, General Joulwan played the leading role in planning the operation.
As SACEUR, General Joulwan created a strategic policy for the United States military engagement in Africa, which was the first time in U.S. history that such a policy had been crafted.
George Joulwan earned his college degree at the United States Military Academy at West Point. Later in his career, General Joulwan earned a master's degree from Loyola University (Chicago) in political science.
General Joulwan served from June 1966 to November 1967 and from June 1971 to January 1972 in Vietnam. He attended the Army War College, and served on the Staff and Faculty until 1979. He commanded the 2nd Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division (Mechanized), from June 1979 to September 1981, when he became Chief of Staff, 3rd Infantry Division.
Joulwan served as special assistant to General Alexander Haig while still a Major within the U.S. Army, when Haig was serving as White House Chief of Staff from May 4, 1973 – September 21, 1974.
His other post-military positions have included:
- President of Team One, a consulting firm
- Senior Advisor of Global USA Inc, a government relations and consulting firm
- Board member for General Dynamics Corporation
- Professor at the United States Military Academy at West Point
- Member of the Board of Trustees for the United States Military Academy
He has also served as a military analyst for Fox News Channel. Notably, he appeared on Fox News Sunday a few weeks after September 11, 2001, with White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card and Senate Armed Forces chairman Carl Levin to discuss his experience in war planning and the American military's planning with regards to Afghanistan.
- Haig, Alexander (September 1, 1992). Inner Circles: How America Changed the World : A Memoir.