Commander @ US Army Reserve
Major General Luis Visot has been a member of the Army Reserve for more than thirty years, and he currently serves as commander of the 377th Theater Sustainment Command—the Army Reserve’s largest command, with over 44,000 soldiers. The 377th was deployed to both New Orleans after Katrina, and Haiti in early 2010. Thus, many of its soldiers have had direct experience with disaster response and relief. Under his Command, the 377th was able to deploy to Haiti within 30 days of the earthquake in 2010. Major General Luis Visot has commanded transportation, support and sustainment units, all of which are critical for maintaining a well-provisioned Army in the theater of battle or providing relief to disaster victims domestically or abroad. A true Warrior-Citizen, Maj. Gen. Visot maintains a career as executive director of the University of South Florida’s Joint Military Science Leadership Center.