LTG Scott D. Berrier

LTG Scott D. Berrier has served as the Army’s Senior Intelligence Officer since January 2018.  In this role he is the principal military intelligence and counterintelligence adviser to the Secretary and Chief of Staff of the Army, and the Army’s Intelligence Community representative.
LTG Berrier is a career intelligence officer having served as the “2” at every level from Battalion to Combatant Command.  The depth of his leadership experience ranges from Platoon Leader to Commanding General, United States Army Intelligence Center of Excellence.  His Army, Joint Service, and Special Operations assignments include service throughout the United States, the Republic of Korea, Iraq, and Afghanistan.
LTG Berrier earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in History from the University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point, a Master of Science Degree in General Studies from Central Michigan University, and a Master of Science Degree in Strategic Studies from the United States Army War College.
His awards and decorations include the Distinguished Service Medal, Defense Superior Service Medal (2OLC), Legion of Merit (1OLC), and Bronze Star Medal (1OLC).  LTG Berrier also earned the Parachutist Badge, Air Assault Badge, and Ranger Tab.
LTG Berrier and his wife, Annie, began their Army journey in 1987 at Fort Richardson, Alaska.  They have two sons, Cole and Connor.  Cole and his wife, Mika, serve in the Washington, DC office of Senator Brian Schatz of Hawaii.  Lieutenant Connor Berrier is a Naval Intelligence Officer serving in the Office of the Navy N2/N6.