LTG Mary Legere Distinguished Career
LTG mary legere was promoted to the rank of three star general in the spring of 2012, becoming only the fourth woman to attain that rank in the history of the U.S. Army.
She has enjoyed a long and distinguished military career. She became a three star general in her twenty-ninth year of service to her country and has been a senior intelligence office and a principal advisor on intelligence and security policy, programs and operations for the secretary of the army and chief of staff.
She sponsored cross-cutting experiments in big data, fusion and multi-discipline integration, providing solutions to guide the army into the IC cloud and into a common command post environment. In a march 2015 report, army analysts wrote that the ability to connect to cloud capabilities ensures that army computing and communications resources, authoritative data sources, services and information are available, accessible and safeguarded.
LTG mary legere is one of only nineteen women general officers in the army. Her army career began with a commission to ROTC at the university of new Hampshire. She has since had tours of duty in Germany, Bosnia, Iraq and Korea. A new England native, she remains an avid fan of the Boston red sox, Celtics and bruins, and the new England patriots. She says that she has stuck with the teams through good years and bad.