Frank M. Muller, Jr.
Mr. Muller has over 30 years of executive and board leadership experience within the oil, gas, natural resource procurement, and bio‐tech industries. He founded and led Ten X Technology, Inc., a manufacturer of data storage and retrieval systems, and Toby Enterprises, an investment company. He previously served as chairman of the board of Topaz Technologies, a software company, and was SVP International of the Williams companies. Mr. Muller has also held senior leadership positions at Coastal Corporation, an energy conglomerate, and PepsiCo, Inc.
Mr. Muller served as an Army Infantry officer from 1965 to 1973, including several tours in Vietnam, and was awarded numerous decorations for valor, including a Silver Star, five Bronze Stars for valor, and the Vietnamese Medal of Honor.
Mr. Muller holds a BS in Economics and English and an MBA from Texas A&M.
LTG (Ret.) Michael D. Maples
During his distinguished Army career, LTG Maples served in numerous command and staff positions, including Director of Management of the Joint Staff, Director of Operations, Readiness and Mobilization for the Department of the Army, and Commanding General of the US Army Field Artillery Center.
LTG Maples holds a BS from the United States Military Academy at West Point, an MS from Pacific Lutheran University, and degrees from the Command and General Staff College and the National War College.
COL (Ret.) Bernard J. McCabe, Jr.
COL McCabe served for over 30 years in the Army, most recently as the commander of 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta.
COL McCabe holds a BS from Cameron University and an MS from Harvard University at the Naval War College.
The Honorable James C. Marshall
Congressman Marshall is also a combat veteran. Following the 1968 Tet Offensive, he withdrew from Princeton to enlist in the Army. He served in a Ranger reconnaissance platoon in Vietnam and was later inducted into the Army Ranger Hall of Fame.
Congressman Marshall holds an AB from Princeton and a JD from Boston University.