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About Mr. Robbins

Major Gordon Allan Robbins Jr.

MAJ Robbins is a Psychological Operations officer that received a Reserve Army Commission in the Army of the United States on 11 March 2003 as a Direct Commission.

MAJ Robbins assumed command of the 341st Psychological Operations Company on June 6, 2015. Previous assignments include 17th POB XO, Austin, Tx, Detachment Commander, 361st TPC, Masum Ghar Afghanistan; Commander, 277th Engineer Company, Baghdad, Iraq and San Antonio, TX; Platoon Leader A CO, 983rd EN BN, Al Taqaddum Iraq; Section Chief B Btry, 3/43rd ADA, Khobar Towers Saudi Arabia; Squad Leader B Btry, 3/43rd ADA, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, and Ft. Bliss.  MAJ Robbins served in Operation Desert Storm (1991) and Operation Southern Watch (1992), OIF II & V (2004,2009), and OEF (2012-13).

MAJ Robbins’ educational background is as follows: 2002 University of Texas at San Antonio, BS Multi Disciplinary Science with Physics emphasis. He has also been honored as the recipient of the: Bronze Star with one Oak Leaf cluster, Army Commendation Medal with three Oak Leaf clusters,Army Achievement Medal with three Oak Leaf clusters, Navy Achievement Medal, Good Conduct Medal with Bronze Clasp with Three Bronze Knots, Army Reserve Component Achievement Medal 3rd award, National Defense Service Medal with Bronze Service Star, Southwest Asia Service Medal with Three Bronze Service Stars, Afghanistan Campaign Medal with Bronze Service Star, Iraq Campaign Medal with One Bronze Service Star, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Armed Forces Reserve Medal with Ten Year Device and M Device, NCO Professional Development Ribbon with Arabic numeral 3, Army Service Ribbon, Army Overseas Service Ribbon with Arabic numeral 3, NATO Medal- Non-Article 5 (ISAF), Kuwait Liberation Medal (Saudi Arabi), Kuwait Liberation Medal (Kuwait), Valorous Unit Award – 3/43 ADA, Meritorious Unit Commendation - 277th EN Co, Combat Action Badge, U. S. Army Recruiter Badge with Three Gold Achievement Stars, German Armed Forces Badge for Military Proficiency (Bronze)

In his civilian career, MAJ Robbins has been a high school teacher for eleven years and is in his sixth year as a Science Teacher at Robert G. Cole Memorial High School, Fort Sam Houston TX. MAJ Robbins has two daughters, Alicia Nichole Robbins (26), who works as Client Program Manager in Dallas, and Christina Marie Robbins (23) who is the Executive Pastry Chef for George W. and Laura Bush at Cafe 43 in Dallas.