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Gerard P. Brohm

Gerard P. BrohmMajor General (Ret.)

Major General Gerard Brohm retired from the United States Army on October 1, 1998 after more than 32 years on active duty. In his last assignment, General Brohm served as the Commanding General of the Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM) and Fort Monmouth, Fort Monmouth, New Jersey. In this position, he led the Army’s center for the development and assistance for all communications, command and control, automation, intelligence, electronic warfare and sensor systems used by the U.S. Army and International customers. General Brohm managed an annual budget of more than $2 Billion, and awarded over $4 Billion annually in product and service contracts. He was a recognized as a leader in acquisition reform.

Prior to his assignment at CECOM, General Brohm served as the Director for Command, Control and Communications (J6) at United States Pacific Command (PACOM), Camp Smith, Hawaii. In this position, he was responsible directly for all command and control, communications and automation throughout PACOM’s area of operations. He was responsible for the operational integration of systems used by each of the services and organizations assigned to PACOM.

General Brohm also served as Deputy Commanding General of the U.S. Army Signal Center and Fort Gordon; Director of Communications Information Systems, Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers – Europe; Commander of the 93rd Signal Brigade, VII US Corps; and Commander, 143rd Signal Battalion, 3rd Armored Division. His combat tours included Vietnam and Desert Storm.

Subsequent to retiring from the Army, General Brohm took the position of Chief Operating Officer (COO) for Information Network Systems (INS), a member of The Sytex Group, Inc (TSGI). He was later promoted to President of INS and Senior Vice President of TSGI. TSGI eventually grew to $500 million in revenue and was sold to Lockheed Martin. General Brohm then worked for Lockheed Martin as a Vice President, responsible for Lockheed’s Army and Navy professional services operating unit, which consisted of $450M in revenue and 3,000 employees.

After leaving Lockheed Martin, General Brohm joined USfalcon, Inc. as the COO. Subsequently, he was selected company President where he oversaw the growth of the privately held company to just over $100 million. He retired from USfalcon in November 2011, and established a private consulting firm that he now runs.

His education includes a B.A. from Seton Hall University, an M.S. from the University of Colorado, and an executive military education from the US Army War College. His extensive overseas experience includes tours and deployments to Vietnam, Korea, Germany, Belgium, Kuwait, Iraq, and Saudi Arabia.