Mastin Robeson Major General, USMC (Ret)
Mastin is a South Carolina native, was commissioned in the Marine Corps in 1975, served 34 years active service, and transitioned out of the Marine Corps in Nov 2009 moving back to the Upstate.
He was privileged to lead at every operational level in the Marine Corps, to include commanding — a CounterTerrorism Task Force in combat, the 2nd Marine Division, the 3rd Marine Division, and Marine Corps Special Operations Command. His staff tours included Military Assistant to the Secretary of Defense and Director of Strategy, Plans, and Assessments for GEN Dave Petraeus in Iraq. Over his career he served multiple tours in 8 different combat zones.
Since retiring he helped found Upstate Warrior Solution, a veteran non-profit here in the Upstate of South Carolina; and he has worked with a number of businesses as a consultant, board member, and CEO/President.
Mastin is proud of his military heritage with a Grandfather who served in WWI, a father who served in WWII, a brother who served in Vietnam, a son-in-law who served in Iraq, a son who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, and a college sweetheart wife of 46 years who created a home for him to always to come back to.