Andre Corbould enrolled in the Canadian Forces in 1984 and spent most of his military career in the field. He commanded from the Platoon to the Division level and retired from the Army as a Brigadier General in 2012.
Andre Corbould has deployed on several operational tours in Iraq, Kuwait, Bosnia, East Timor, and Afghanistan where he worked as an engineer and field commander. In 2006 he worked with 24 Afghan Ministries developing a national reconstruction plan for the Country. He returned to Afghanistan in 2010 as Deputy Commanding General of the US Army 10th Mountain Division to command coalition troops in Southern Afghanistan. He has deployed on several domestic operations including the CF assistance to the Winnipeg Floods in 1997, Swiss Air Recovery as a Diver in 1998, and more recently during the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games where he commanded 1 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group as part of the Games Security Force.
On retirement from the Army in April 2012, Andre Corbould was appointed as Assistant Deputy Minister of Regional Services in Alberta Transportation. He was responsible for delivering and maintaining Alberta’s transportation system throughout the Province. In June 2013, Andre was appointed as the Chief Assistant Deputy Minister for the Southern Alberta Flood Recovery Task Force.
Andre Corbould is a graduate of Civil Engineering from the Royal Military College of Canada. He holds a Masters in Management from the University of Canberra as well as a Masters in Defence Management and Policy from the Royal Military College of Canada.