General Robert Magnus


General Robert Magnus, USMC (Ret)

General Robert Magnus served as the 30th Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps from 2005 to 2008. He subsequently retired from active duty after nearly 40 years of distinguished and faithful service. His personal decorations include the Navy Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Defense Superior Service Medal, and Navy Commendation Medal.

General Magnus was born in Brooklyn, New York. In addition to his extensive military education and training, he has a BA degree from the University of Virginia and a MS degree from Strayer College.

He continues to serve his fellow Marines and their families through organizations such as the Marine Corps – Law Enforcement Foundation, Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation, and Mission Critical.

General Magnus’ strong moral leadership, superior service, and experience holding diverse management roles in the Marine Corps are invaluable to Mission Critical.

He can be reached at rmagnus@mcvrf.org.