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Maj. Gen. William B. Dyer III

Commanding General, 108th Training Command (IET)

Major General William B. Dyer III serves as the Commanding General of the 108th Training Command.

After serving as the Assistant Judge Advocate General (Operations), Office of the Judge Advocate General, MG Dyer most recently served as the Commanding General of the United States Army Reserve Legal Command. (Previous General Officer Assignments)

After graduating from the Virginia Military Institute in 1985, he was commissioned as a Judge Advocate Officer and has since held various leadership positions supporting the United States Army Reserve, including multiple assignments in Joint Operations.

During his career, he has had the privilege of serving as a Director of the Rule of Law, Resolute Support during Operation Freedom's Sentinel in Afghanistan, the Deputy Commander of the United States Army Reserve Legal Command, and the International/Operational Law Attorney for the multiple Offices of the Staff Judge Advocate.

He earned a Bachelor of Business in Electrical Engineering from the Virginia Military Institute, a Juris Doctor from the Cumberland School of Law at Samford University, and a Masters of Strategic Studies from the United States Army War College.

His awards include a Combat Action Badge, Defense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, and Army Commendation Medal.

MG Dyer and his wife, Jill, are proud of their two daughters.

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