Hometown- Everett, MA College- Lyndon State College / Golden Gate University Years of Service: 1976 – 2008
Commissioned 1978. Served in a variety of operations and logistics assignments to include; the Marine Air Group – 14 / Aviation Combat Element to the Norwegian Air landed Marine Expeditionary Brigade; the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit – Special Operations Capable participating in contingency operations off the coast of Somalia and in Bosnia- Herzegovina; as the Assistant Chief of Staff, G-3 Operations Officer, Marine Logistics Command during Operation Iraqi Freedom, 2003 and as Deputy Chief of Staff, Logistics – Combined Joint Task Force – 7 / Multinational Force/Command– Iraqi
Lt. Gen Joseph Weber Hometown- Weimer, Texas College- Texas A&M, Class of 1972 Currently serves as the Vice President of Student Affairs at Texas A&M University. Military Background Commander, Marine Forces Command 2007-2008 Commanding General- III Marine Expeditionary Force 2005-2007, Chief of Staff, Multi-Natl. Force in Iraq 2004-2005, Commanding General, 3rd Marine Div. 2002-2004 , Commanding General- Marine Air Ground Task Force Training Command 2000-2002.
Dr. Jim Hancock is a native of Illiopolis, IL. He enlisted in the Navy in 1982, earned his Bachelor of Science in engineering in 1990 from the United States Naval Academy and his doctorate of medicine degree in 1995 from Uniform Services University of Health Sciences.
The Board of Directors of Combat Marine Outdoors is honored to have Byron & Sandra Sadler as our Co-Chair’s of our Advisory Board. Together they will oversee this elite line up of distinguished individuals who will work with us to help our Foundation grow so that we can continue to aid with the rehabilitation of our nation’s heroes.
Byron and Sandra are “Legends” in the world hunting community and both continue to travel the Globe in pursuit of species of animals to add to their already “World Class” Trophy Room.