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Brigadier General (Ret.) Greg McGlone

Brigadier General (Ret.) McGlone Greg, originally hailing from the northern beaches of Sydney, embarked on an illustrious career journey. He began by enlisting in the Royal Australian Air Force, earning his Bachelor of Aeronautical Engineering from RAAF Frognall's Engineer Cadet Squadron. After serving in various engineering roles, he transitioned to the Australian Army Aviation Corps as a helicopter pilot in 1988. In the Army, Greg assumed several flying positions within the 1st Aviation Regiment and served as a Gazelle Troop Commander in the Army Air Corps. His educational pursuits led him to a Master of Science in Weapons and Vehicles at the Royal Military College of Science in Shrivenham. Upon his return, he managed the AIR 5046 Phase 3C, the Black Hawk Flight Simulator project. Greg's career took an interesting turn in 2000 when he joined the National Australia Bank Group, where he held executive positions. Later, he held roles at APIS Group and KPMG, showcasing his versatile skills. In 2013, Greg returned to the Army as Director of the Combat Support Systems Project Office, eventually becoming Program Director for LAND 121 Phases 3B/5B. His journey culminated with his promotion to Brigadier in 2015, when he took charge of LAND 400 within Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group. Outside of work, Greg is an active member of professional organisations, including the Australian Institute of Company Directors, the Australian Institute of Project Management, and the International Council of Systems Engineers.

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