Distinguished Member of the Corps



Colonel Thomas G. Anderson


Colonel Thomas G. Anderson was born in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. He earned a BBA in Accounting and a MBA in Business/Management from the University of Central Arkansas.


Colonel Anderson’s career in the Army spanned over 32 years, beginning as a private in 1968 and culminating as Chief of Staff in the 2nd largest Army Reserve Command in the Reserve system, the 90th Regional Readiness Command. He supervised a combined Reserve and civilian staff of 476 personnel, rated 12 Colonels, responsible for a budget of $350 million, with 27 Soldiers in 5 states.


Colonel Anderson commanded the 468th Chemical Battalion, the 1st Battalion, 353rd Regiment in Desert Storm and the 460th Chemical Brigade in North Little Rock, Arkansas.