|Edmund L. DuBois, MS|
|Author, Retired Brigadier General - U.S. Army|
Over the course of an abounding career that spanned more than three decade, Edmund L. DuBois, MS was stationed in Paris and Germany. In his command assignments, he has worked with the Pentagon and the Joint Chief of Staff. He is proud to be a third generation military man. Two of his four books have been published; "A Concise Theory of Combat” illustrates the technical aspects of military combat, and his second book, "In the Name of Church,” is novel set in France in 1572.
A wealth of knowledge and a diverse skill set stemmed from Mr. DuBois earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Illinois, and a Master’s Degree in Physical Science from The University of Chicago.
Mr. DuBois was stationed in Paris and Germany during his time in the Army. Although he has seen many high points throughout his years as a military serviceman, he marks the highlight of his career as working with senior officers in the U.S. Army. He received a Distinguished Service Medal, and a Legion of Merit with two Oak Leaf Clusters. He attributes his success to his ability to understand the responsibilities associated with his post, as well as his desire to make sensible professional contributions. He currently remains abreast of trends and developments as a member of The Military Conflict Institute. He also enjoys tap dancing, playing tennis, attending amateur theatricals, traveling, and writing poetry and works of fiction.