Major General Antonio Taguba (US Army, Retired)Major General Antonio “Tony” M. Taguba (US Army, Retired) led the official US Army investigation into the Abu Ghraib prisoner abuse scandal, testifying before Congress about his findings in 2004.

Major General Taguba served 34 years on active duty until his retirement on January 1, 2007. He has served in numerous leadership and staff positions, most recently as Deputy Commanding General, Combined Forces Land Component Command during Operations Iraqi Freedom in Kuwait and Iraq; as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs; and as Deputy Commanding General for Transformation, US Army Reserve Command.

Born in Manila, Philippines in 1950, he graduated from Idaho State University in 1972 with a BA degree in History. He holds MA degrees from Webster University in Public Administration, Salve Regina University in International Relations and US Naval War College in National Security and Strategic Studies.

He is currently the Vice President, Army and Joint Programs, for Serco, Inc. of Vienna, Virginia.

He and his wife Debbie currently reside in Alexandria, Virginia. They have two grown children: Lindsay, who resides in Anderson, SC; and Sean, who is serving as a Second Lieutenant in the US Army.

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