Robert Caslen in the News

 
 

U OF SC PRESIDENT CRITICIZED FOR MILITARY PAST CREDITS POST-9/11 VETERAN CANDIDATES WITH HELPING BRIDGE DIVIDE

University of South Carolina President Bob Caslen linked criticism of his significant military resume to a misunderstanding and applauded the young veterans running for president with helping to reshape civilians' idea of the military.

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CASLEN’S CAREER COMES DOWN TO CHARACTER

On June 22, he retired. After leading more than 200,000 soldiers, under nine commanders in chief, deploying six times and running West Point, the institution from which he graduated in 1975, for five years, his thoughts and advice could fill a book.

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After 43 years in the Army, West Point’s beloved Supe Daddy retires

After 43 years in uniform, the last five as the U.S. Military Academy’s passionate and enthusiastic superintendent, Lt. Gen. Robert Caslen is retiring from the Army.

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2019 Theodore Roosevelt Award: Lt. Gen. Robert L. Caslen Jr.

Discipline honed as football player and cadet at Army West Point laid the groundwork for a remarkable military career

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Former West Point Superintendent to Lead Change at UCF

Retired Lieutenant General Robert L. Caslen Jr. begins his new role as senior counsel to the president Jan. 9.

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What I Learned from the “Supe Daddy” in Six Minutes

If you don’t know Robert Caslen, you should. Lt. Gen. Caslen is a 1975 West Point graduate who recently retired from the Army as a three-star general, after 43 years of military service. He is the epitome of a leader of character; his last five years in the Army (2013-2018) was as the Superintendent of the United States Military and due to his devotion and stellar reputation, the cadets gave him the endearing nickname of “Supe Daddy.” 

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