Lt. Col. Robin L. Stuart enjoys karaoke at the U.S. Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command organizational day in September. Stuart is the G2 Intelligence Division chief for the command and has been in the Army since 1983 when he enlisted in the Georgia Army National Guard.

Name: Lt. Col. Robin L. Stuart, G2 Intelligence Division chief, U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command, Huntsville, Ala.

Age: 45

Hometown: Arlington, Ga.

Joined the Army: 1983

Route to Commission: Enlisted in Georgia National Guard and went to basic training at Fort Benning, Ga.; Commissioned in 1987 as an infantry second lieutenant from North Georgia College in Dahlonega, Ga.; branch detailed to military intelligence in 1992.

MOS: 35D - all source intelligence

Education: Bachelor of Business Arts from North Georgia College; master's degree in organizational management from University of Phoenix

Marital Status: Married to Lindy

Children: Three boys - Jarod, 11; Jackson, 9; and Aaron, 8

Activities/Hobbies: Keeping up with three boys, running, swimming, cooking and gardening

Favorite movie: Dr. Strangelove

Favorite TV show: Heroes

Favorite band: Diamond Rio

Favorite thing about the Army: The relationships that you make are everlasting ones and the structured lifestyle you develop.

What I've learned being a Soldier: The Army is not an indoor sport. If you can't accept that then you probably need to seek employment elsewhere.

What inspires you to be a Soldier: My father had a strong influence on me, and my oldest brother, who went to the Naval Academy, and my youngest brother, who is currently a major in the Army, also had an influence.

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