Howard B. Bromberg

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Howard B. Bromberg
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Lieutenant General Howard B. Bromberg
Allegiance  United States
Service/branch  United States Army
Years of service 1977–2015
Rank US-O9 insignia.svg Lieutenant General
Commands held Appointed Deputy Chief of Staff G-1 Personnel of The United States Army July 21, 2012[1]

Howard B. Bromberg is a retired United States Army Lieutenant General.[2] Howard Bromberg entered was commissioned as an Air Defense Artillery (ADA) Officer in the U.S. Army upon graduation from the University of California at Davis in 1977. Bromberg is from California, and is married with two daughters.[3]

Early life[edit]

Military life[edit]

General Bromberg started his military life off in 1977, as a Second Lieutenant in the Air Defense Artillery (ADA). As an Officer in the (ADA) He has held many commands throughout his long military career. He has command all aspects from a simple Platoon on up to Installation Commander. Howard Bromberg is currently the Vice President and Deputy for Strategy and Business Development, Air and Missile Defense for Lockheed Martin Corporation. In October 2014 he completed 37 years in the United States Army serving as a Lieutenant General.

United States Army Deputy Chief of Staff, G–1 Duties[edit]

As the current United States Army Deputy Chief of Staff, G–1. General Bromberg acts as the responsible official to the ASA(M&RA), provides advice and assistance to the ASA(MR&A), This is in addition to his responsibilities and authorities as Deputy Chief of Staff, G–1 on the Army Staff.


Howard Bromberg attended the University of California at Davis. Where he graduated with a bachelor's degree in Agricultural Economics and Management.

Awards and decorations[edit]


US Army Airborne basic parachutist badge.gif Parachutist Badge
Joint Chiefs of Staff seal.svg Joint Chiefs of Staff Identification Badge
United States Army Staff Identification Badge.png Army Staff Identification Badge

Medals and ribbons[edit]

Purple Heart
Bronze oak leaf cluster
Bronze oak leaf cluster
Army Commendation Medal with two oak leaf clusters
Bronze star
National Defense Service Medal with bronze service star


  1. ^ "Army G-1 Bio". Army G-1. Retrieved 8 February 2013. 
  2. ^ Fort Bliss Bugle (10 Mar 2016) "Memorial dedicated"
  3. ^ "United States Army Bio". United States Army Bio. Retrieved 8 February 2013. 

External links[edit]

Media related to Howard B. Bromberg at Wikimedia Commons