Seeking a path out of crime and poverty for the youngest and most vulnerable of the Honduran population.


General Butler is retired from US Army Special Forces.  He has worked in and visited Honduras in his efforts to assist the Honduran military and has grown to respect the Honduran people as allies of the US.  Brigadier General (Ret) Butler is currently a private consultant for several companies in the United States and overseas. He has worked for many large companies both in and out of the US as deputy program manager for a 5.8 billion dollar project in the Mid East, business development manager, director of international security, and a project manager.  He joined Kellogg, Brown, & Root in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom in May 2004 following an Army career of 29 years which culminated as a Brigadier General serving as the Director of the Center for Command Support, United States Special Operations Command, MacDill Air Force Base, Florida. Brigadier General (Ret) Butler spent the majority of his Military career in the US Army Special Forces.

Brigadier General (Ret) Butler was commissioned second lieutenant in 1974 with the U.S. Army upon graduation from Austin Peay State University. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in political science and a Master of Science degree from Troy State University in personnel management.

He will participate in board direction, decision-making, fundraising, and the promotion of the activities of Friends of Honduras USA.