Executive Bio'sGlenn Marsh: Vice-President / General Manager - A Vice President of Cubic Applications Inc., Glenn Marsh assumed the helm as Omega's Vice President/General Manager after its acquisition by Cubic Corporation in July of 2008.
Overseeing Omega's CONUS and OCONUS operations and its more than 800 personnel, Mr. Marsh, ensures timely, high quality, and affordable products and services are delivered to our customers. Before joining Omega, for eight years he served in various senior positions with Cubic. Prior to that, Mr. Marsh served as an Army Infantry officer for 35 years.
He is a proud member of the Association of the United States Army (AUSA), the National Infantry Association (NIA), the Army Aviation Association of America (AAAA), and the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA).
Gregory A. Stone: Deputy General Manager - Colonel Greg Stone was born in Seattle, Wash., in July 1954 and attended the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, graduating in the Class of 1976. He was commissioned in Armor Branch and served throughout his career in Armor – Cavalry assignments. He graduated from the Armor Officer Basic and Advanced Courses, the Army’s Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., and the Army War College in Carlisle, Penn. He also graduated from Villanova University in 1985 with a Master of Science in Human Organization Science.
Colonel Stone has commanded armor – cavalry units at every level from Platoon to Brigade. He served in the 9th Infantry Division at Fort Lewis as a Tank and Scout Platoon Leader and Company Commander. He was then assigned to Berlin, Germany, where he commanded our Army’s only separate tank company, Company F “Patton” 40th Armor. Colonel Stone was the S3 (Operations Officer) for 2d Squadron, 4th United States Cavalry, 24th Infantry Division at Fort Stewart, through Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm. He returned from the desert as G3, Chief of Operations and later served as Deputy G3 of the Division. Following Fort Stewart, Colonel Stone was assigned to the Pentagon, where he served in the Management Directorate of the Office of the Chief of Staff of the Army.
On leaving the Pentagon, Colonel Stone commanded 1st Squadron, “Black Hawk”, 1st United States Cavalry, 1st Armor Division in Budingen, Germany. While there, in 1995-1996, Colonel Stone deployed the Squadron to Bosnia in support of Operation Joint Endeavor (OJE) as a member of NATO’s Implementation Force (IFOR). This included being our Army’s first unit to cross the Sava River into Bosnia. After leaving command and attending the Army War College, Colonel Stone served as the G3, 1st Cavalry Division at Fort Hood, Texas. From there, he was assigned to the 2d Infantry Division in Korea where he commanded the 1st Brigade “Iron Team” of the Division. Following Brigade Command, Colonel Stone returned to Germany where he served as Commander Operations Group (COG) at our Army’s Combat Maneuver Training Center (CMTC) in Hohenfels. From there, he was assigned to the U.S. Military Academy where he assumed duties as Brigade Tactical Officer (BTO) in August 2002. He assumed duties as the Chief of Staff/Deputy Commandant, United States Corps of Cadets (USCC) in February 2004. Colonel Stone retired from active duty in November 2005 and assumed duties as Commandant of Cadets at The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina. Colonel Stone moved from The Citadel in June 2009, joining Omega Training Division, a division of Cubic Applications, Inc. as Deputy General Manager.
Colonel Stone has been awarded the Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal, Army Occupation Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Southwest Asia Medal, Saudi Arabia-Kuwait Liberation Medal and the NATO Medal. He also holds the Parachutist Badge and the Army Staff Badge.
Colonel Stone is married to the former Mary Pat Leimbach of Glenside, PA. They have four children: Patrick, an Infantry captain assigned to the 3rd Ranger Battalion at Fort Benning, GA; Christian, an Infantry captain assigned to the 1st Armor Division at FT Bliss, TX; Keegan, an Adjutant General Corps captain at FT Lewis, whose husband, Tony, is an Infantry captain in 2nd Ranger Battalion at FT Lewis, WA.; and Theresa, an Adjutant General Corps 2nd lieutenant assigned to the 80th Ordnance Bn and deployed to Iraq, whose husband, Samy, is an Infantry 2nd lieutenant assigned to the 4th Bn, 23rd Infantry Regiment, 5th Bde, 2nd Infantry Division and deployed to Afghanistan.
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