David Rubenstein graduated from Texas A&M with his bachelor’s degree in health education. As a Cadet in D-1, Major General David Rubenstein graduated from the Army’s Airborne and Ranger schools and commanded Rudder’s Rangers. Rubenstein was the first Medical Service Corps officer in the history of the Army to be selected as a Major General. He ended his 35-year Army career as both Commanding General of the Army Medical Department Center and School and Chief of the Army Medical Service Corps. Prior to that, he was the Army’s Deputy Surgeon General and the Commanding General of Europe Regional Medical Command/Command Surgeon for United States Army, Europe, and 7th Army. He is a member of the Corps of Cadets Board of Visitors and a past member of the Board of Directors of the Association of Former Students. He is a visiting lecturer to the Corps of Cadets, the School of Public Health, and TAMU Hillel. He and his wife, Pat, sponsor three Sul Ross scholarships. Rubenstein has been a longtime member of the Texas Aggie Corps of Cadets Association.