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Joe R. Reeder

Joe Robert Reeder
Official portrait of Joe R. Reeder as United States Under Secretary of the Army
Under Secretary of the Army
In office
November 24, 1993 – November 12, 1997
President Bill Clinton
Preceded by John W. Shannon
Succeeded by Robert M. Walker
Personal details
Born (1947-11-28) November 28, 1947
Tacoma, Washington
Alma mater University of Texas School of Law
Occupation Lawyer
Military service
Service/branch United States Army
Rank Major
Unit 82nd Airborne Division

Joe Robert Reeder (born November 28, 1947) is a United States lawyer who served as United States Under Secretary of the Army from 1993 to 1997.

Biography

Joe R. Reeder was born on November 28, 1947 in Tacoma, Washington.[1] After high school, he attended the United States Military Academy, graduating in 1970.[2]

After graduating, Reeder joined the United States Army. He attended airborne, ranger, and artillery basic schools 1971-72 and then served in the 82nd Airborne Division 1972-73, ultimately attaining the rank of major.[3]

In 1972, Reeder entered the University of Texas School of Law, graduating with a J.D. in 1975.[2] He then spent a year clerking in a United States district court in Texas.[3] He joined the Judge Advocate General's Corps, United States Army in 1976.[2] Following the passage of the Contract Disputes Act of 1978, he spent a year with the Army's Contract Appeals division.[3]

Reeder joined the LL.M. in 1981.[2]

In 1993, President of the United States Bill Clinton nominated Reeder as United States Under Secretary of the Army and Reeder subsequently held this office from November 24, 1993 to November 12, 1997. As Under Secretary, he was responsible for long-range planning, material requirements, readiness, acquisition reform, infrastructure reduction, and financial management of the United States Army.[1] He also oversaw the Army's international affairs, especially those related to NATO, Panama, and Latin America; among other things, he served as Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Panama Canal Commission.[1] He was also one of five members of the United States Department of Defense's Base Realignment and Closure Council.[1] He became a member of the American Law Institute in 1994.[3]

Upon leaving the United States Department of the Army in 1997, Reeder returned to Patton Boggs for two years, and then moved to Greenberg Traurig in 1999.[4]

In addition to work as a lawyer, Reeder has been active on the

Government offices
Preceded by
John W. Shannon
United States Under Secretary of the Army
November 24, 1993 – November 12, 1997
Succeeded by
Robert M. Walker
  1. ^ a b c d Martindale Profile of Reeder.
  2. ^ a b c d Profile of Reeder at Greenberg Traurig.
  3. ^ a b c d Profile from the Dept. of the Army at the Wayback Machine (archived January 19, 2004).
  4. ^ a b "Former Under Secretary of the U.S. Army & Litigation Chair of Patton Boggs, Joe R. Reeder and Allen Foster, Nationally Renowned Trial Lawyer, Join Greenberg Traurig", Greenberg Traurig Press Release, April 5, 1999.
  5. ^ Profile of Reeder by Forbes.

References

. Peace Research Endowment Since 2009, Reeder has been the Chair of the board of the [5]

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