Major General Glenn Curtis (retired) has 37 years of distinguished service with the Louisiana National Guard. He retired as The Adjutant General of the Louisiana National Guard in 2019, a position he held since 2011. Prior to his tenure as The Adjutant General, he held many leadership positions including Director, Joint Staff, Louisiana Joint Force Headquarters, Chief of the Joint Staff, Louisiana Joint Force Headquarters, Commander of the 225th Engineer Group, Director of Logistics for the Joint Force Headquarters-Louisiana, Chief of Staff to the Purchasing and Contracting Officer in Baghdad, Iraq. Following Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005, Curtis was assigned as Chief of the Joint Staff for the Joint Force Headquarters Louisiana. Among his many accolades, he is a recipient of the General Douglas MacArthur Award in 1989, was named Battalion Commander of the Year in 1999, and was a Business and Industry Top 40 under 40 recipient in 2002. He also served as President of the Adjutant General Association of the United States, an association of all 52 (including Guam and Puerto Rico) Commanding Generals of each State National Guard organization. He received his BS in Agricultural Business from Louisiana State University and his Master of Science from the United States Army War College. He also completed courses within the Department of Defense including the United States Army Command & General Staff College, Joint Task Force Commanders Course, and Dual Status Commanders Course.