Albert Bryant Jr

Military Person from United States of America

Albert Bryant Jr Brigadier General Albert Bryant, Jr. (born February 22, 1952) is a retired American Army General, best known for service as the Chief of Western Hemisphere Operations during and in the aftermath of the 9/11 attack and as Assistant Division Commander of the 4th Infantry Division at the time of the division's detection and capture of fugitive deposed Iraqi dictator Sadaam Hussein. Bryant also served as the Deputy Commander of Fort Knox, Kentucky, and the U.S. Army Armor School. As Chief of Staff of NATO's Kosovo Force (KFOR), Bryant was the highest ranking American officer on the KFOR leadership team, supervising an international staff of more than 450 from 39 nations. He has frequently appeared in military and civilian media (in various interviews, as well as educational and safety spots), and has been a regular speaker on military history, leadership, and diversity issues at military, civilian, and academic events. Bryant entered the Army from Newark, California and was commissioned Armor from the United States Military Academy in 1974. (West Point Class of 1974 classmates include incoming CIA director and former Iraq Multi-National Force Commander David Petraeus, Chairman of the  ( Wikipedia article )


Personal facts

Known as
Brigadier General Albert Bryant, Jr.
Date of birth
Place of birth
Pine Bluff
United States of America


Institution From To
Stanford University
United States Military Academy

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