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LTG (Ret.) Michael W. Ackerman (2008)

Lieutenant General (Ret.) Michael W. Ackerman’s outstanding contributions to our Regiment are indeed worthy of recognition as a Distinguished  Member. Beyond his service to our Regiment, his contributions to the Army and his country are especially noteworthy and are book-ended by important assignments. The first “book end” is his highly decorated service as a combat infantryman in Vietnam. It was indeed our good fortune that soon after this service, LTG Ackerman transferred into our Regiment where he served with honor and distinction, to include assignment as our 27th Chief of Signal. The final chapter of his service to our nation was as the Army’s Inspector General. It was in this position that he was tasked to review a number of very significant and sometimes troubling events in our Army’s history. But it was LTG Ackerman’s superb and unquestionable qualities which made his selection the right choice for our army.  LTG Ackerman’s long and illustrious career ranks him among our very best and clearly as a distinguished member.  

 

 

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