Colonel Roland Tiso was commissioned a Second Lieutenant of Infantry upon his graduation from the Virginia Military Institute in 1973. He commanded infantry companies in Korea and the United States, the 1st Battalion, 508th Airborne Infantry in Panama, and United States Task Force Sinai, Multi-National Force & Observers in Egypt. He was the Chief of War Plans Division, U.S. Central Command in 1996–97, and was one of the primary planners of the Iraq War Plan. He was Executive Officer to the Commander of U.S. Central Command 1998–2000. He is a graduate of the U.S. Army War College, the Command & General Staff College, and the Armed Forces Staff College. Colonel Tiso was selected as a Distinguished Member of the 506th Infantry Regiment in 2022.
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