Camp Roberts Historical Museum

the museum chancellors

 

Museum
Chancellery


 

The Camp Roberts Historical Museum

Board of Chancellors


The Museum’s Board of Chancellors is dedicated to the support of the Museum, to the long and proud history of Camp Roberts.  They are equally dedicated to the men and women who have served and trained here, currently do so, and will do so in the future.  The Camp Roberts Historical Museum Foundation is especially proud and honored to have the Foundation Chancellors represent the Camp Roberts Historical Museum in the world arena.




Lieutenant-General

Herbert Temple
Former Chief of the
National Guard Bureau

Lieutenant-General Herbert G. Temple is a former Chief of the National Guard Bureau with a long and illustrious military career, including service in the Korean War as an Army NCO.  He currently resides in Palm Desert, California.  The Camp Roberts Historical Museum is greatly honored that LTG Temple continues his association with the Museum as a Chancellor of the Museum, a position he has held since 2003.


Brigadier General
Glenn Muggelberg
Camp Roberts’ first
National Guard Commander

BG Muggelberg was instrumental in the establishment of Camp Roberts as the main training camp for the California Army National Guard.  He was also the first National Guard Commander of Camp Roberts.  He was a tireless volunteer for many local and state institutions, and a crusader for the rights of Veterans and retired seniors.  He resided in Paso Robles, California.  The Camp Roberts Historical Museum was greatly honored that BG Muggelberg served with us as a Chancellor of the Museum for several years, from 2003 until his death in 2012.


Caspar Weinberger, Jr.
Son of the late
Secretary of Defense

Caspar Weinberger Jr. is a Harvard-trained writer, author, producer, publisher, government advisor, and  lecturer on National and International affairs.  He is the son of late United States Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger.  He worked for both Governor Ronald Reagan and later for President Reagan.  He currently resides in Mt. Desert, Maine.  The Camp Roberts Historical Museum is greatly honored that continues his association with the Camp Roberts Historical Museum as a Chancellor of the Museum, a position he has held since 2003.


Arlin Weinberger
Daughter of the late
Secretary of Defense

Arlin Weinberger is the daughter of the late United States Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger.  She has dedicated her life to preservation, conservation, and community and social service.  She makes her home in Marin County of California.  The Camp Roberts Historical Museum is greatly honored that she continues her association with the Camp Roberts Historical Museum as a Chancellor of the Museum, a position she has held since 2003.


Captain
 Dale Dye
Actor and highly-decorated
USMC Vietnam Veteran

Dale Dye, a retired United States Marine Corps Captain who served in combat in Vietnam, has achieved success over the years as a presenter, businessman, and as an actor in such works as the HBO miniseries Band of Brothers in which he portrayed Colonel Sink, a former Commander of Camp Roberts.  He has acted in many other military-theme films including Platoon and Saving Private Ryan.  He was military advisor for the HBO miniseries The Pacific.  He formed an association with the Camp Roberts Historical Museum while filming at the Museum for the History Channel.  He is founder and head of Warriors, Inc., a company that trains actors for authentic military portrayals, and resides in the Los Angeles area.  The Camp Roberts Historical Museum is greatly honored that he continues her association with the Camp Roberts Historical Museum as a Chancellor of the Museum, a position he has held since 2003.



Colonel
 Douglas A. Baird

USA, Ret.

 Colonel Baird's military career began in 1955. He is a former Commander of 1st Battalion 144th Field Artillery, California Army National Guard, and served in several other command and executive positions. He is a former Commander of Camp San Luis Obispo, and a former Commander of Camp Roberts