An accomplished Army intelligence officer, Robert Rendon is a senior advisor to the commander of the 470th Mission Intelligence (MI) Brigade in Fort Sam Houston, Texas. Robert Rendon enlisted in 1976 and was appointed a warrant officer in the Military Intelligence Corps in 1984. He served tours as a special agent at White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico and with the Department of the Army Special Operations in the Pentagon, and he has also served as chief of counterespionage for the 650th MI Group at Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe in Belgium.
Mr. Rendon retired from the Army in 2000 and has since held several intelligence positions with the 650th MI Group. When he is not working, he pursues various charitable endeavors on his own and through his local church. He also enjoys playing racquetball and making his own barbecue sauce to go with his mesquite-smoked beef brisket.