Major General Gerard Brohm retired from the United States Army 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.
Prior assignments included: Director for Command, Control and Communications (J6), United States Pacific Command (PACOM), Deputy Commanding General of the US Army Signal Center and Fort Gordon, and Director of Communications Information Systems, Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers – Europe.
After retiring from the Army Mr. Brohm entered the private sector and held positions as Chief Operating Officer (COO) for Information Network Systems (INS) and Senior Vice President of The Sytex Group, Inc., Vice President for Lockheed Martin’s Army and Navy professional services operating unit and COO & President of US Falcon. After retiring from US Falcon, he established a private consulting firm, which he now runs.