Strategic Imperatives (LOEs)
● Leverage stakeholder
   capabilities
● Execute expeditionay focused
   training
● Balance tactical and technical
   competency
● Embody the Army Profession
   of Arms (All)
● Develop leaders (Cadre)

Organizational Values
● Soldiers are Your Legacy
● Trust and Respect are
   Earned, Not Given
● Phasing has a Purpose,
   Influence is Your Method
● We are Disciplined, Adaptive,
   Resilient
● Seek Balance: Family First,
   Army Always
● We Believe in the Heritage
   and Traditions of Our Army



CDTF Home : MG E. F. Bullene


Major General Egbert Frank Bullene

1895-1958

     A native of Salinas, California, Egbert F. Bullene served his country more than 36 years serving in both World Wars. Upon graduation from the US Naval Academy in 1917, he was transferred to the Army and promoted to First Lieutenant. Assigned to the 15th Calvary, he sailed to Europe in March 1918. During the War, he commanded an artillery battery of the 77th Field Artillery participating in the second battle of Marne and St. Mihiel and the Meuse-Argonne Offensives. He joined the Chemical Warfare Service in 1925. During World War II, he served in various chemical staff and command positions to include duties involving the San Jose Project and as the chemical officer of the U.S. Army Forces in the Western Pacific. In June 1951, he became the Chief Chemical Officer of the Army and was promoted to the rank of Major General. He retired in March 1954.





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