Deputy Chief of Staff G-1 Personnel of The United States Army

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Current Deputy Chief of Staff G-1 Personnel of the United States Army
CountryUnited States
BranchArmy
Garrison/HQThe Pentagon, Washington, D.C.
Commanders
DCS G-1 Lieutenant General (LTG) Douglas Stitt

The Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel, Department of the Army, United States Army, also known as the G-1 is responsible for development, management and execution of all manpower and personnel plans, programs and policies throughout the entire U.S. Army. As the principal human relations of the U.S., Army, it is dedicated to supporting and empowering soldiers, civilian employees, military families and veterans worldwide in peace or war. As such the office oversees recruiting, retention and sustainment of a high quality volunteer force through innovative and effective training programs. The primary objective of the office is to ensure readiness of its personnel to serve the needs of the Army as a whole across the full spectrum of its operations.

Organization[edit]

The Office includes in its organization:

  • Public Affairs Office
  • Management Support Office
  • Army G-1 Chief Information Office
  • Assistant G-1 for Civilian Personnel
  • Military Personnel Management Directorate
    • Enlisted Division
      • Professional Development Branch
      • Distribution and Readiness Branch
      • Analytical Cell
      • Training Requirements Division
      • Enlisted Accessions Division
    • Officer Division
    • Operations Division
  • Human Systems Integration Directorate (MANPRINT)
  • U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences (ARI)
  • Army Resiliency Directorate
  • Human Resources Command
  • Plans and Resources
    • Military Strength Analysis and Forecasting Division
    • Resources Division
      • Resource Development Branch
      • Program Analysis Branch
      • Compensation and Entitlements Branch
    • Plans Division
      • Operations and Analysis Branch
      • Combat Support/Services Support Branch and Combat Arms Branch
      • Concepts Integration Branch
    • Manpower Allocation Division
    • Manpower Policy, Plans, and Programs Division

List of Deputy Chiefs of Staff for Personnel[edit]

No. Deputy Chief of Staff Term
Portrait Name Took office Left office Term length
Assistant Chief of Staff for Personnel (1950–1956)
20
Donald P. Booth
Booth, DonaldMajor General
Donald P. Booth
(1902–1993)
19551956~1 year, 0 days
Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel (1956–present)
21
Walter L. Weible
Weible, WalterLieutenant General
Walter L. Weible
(1896–1980)
19561957~1 year, 0 days
22
Donald P. Booth
Booth, DonaldLieutenant General
Donald P. Booth
(1902–1993)
19571958~1 year, 0 days
23
James F. Collins
Collins, JamesLieutenant General
James F. Collins
(1905–1989)
19581961~3 years, 0 days
24
Russell L. Vittrup
Vittrup, RussellLieutenant General
Russell L. Vittrup
(1906–1992)
19611963~2 years, 0 days
25
James L. Richardson
Richardson, JamesLieutenant General
James L. Richardson
(1909–1987)
19631965~2 years, 0 days
26
James K. Woolnough
Woolnough, JamesLieutenant General
James K. Woolnough
(1910–1996)
19651967~2 years, 0 days
27
Albert O. Connor
Connor, AlbertLieutenant General
Albert O. Connor
(1914–1989)
19671969~2 years, 0 days
28
Walter T. Kerwin Jr.
Kerwin, WalterLieutenant General
Walter T. Kerwin Jr.
(1917–2008)
19691972~3 years, 0 days
29
Bernard W. Rogers
Rogers, BernardLieutenant General
Bernard W. Rogers
(1921–2008)
19721974~2 years, 0 days
30
Harold G. Moore Jr.
Moore, HaroldLieutenant General
Harold G. Moore Jr.
(1922–2017)
19741977~3 years, 0 days
31
DeWitt C. Smith Jr.
Smith, DeWittLieutenant General
DeWitt C. Smith Jr.
(1920–2005)
19771978~1 year, 0 days
32
Robert G. Yerks
Yerks, RobertLieutenant General
Robert G. Yerks
(1928–2021)
19781981~3 years, 0 days
33
Maxwell R. Thurman
Thurman, MaxwellLieutenant General
Maxwell R. Thurman
(1931–1995)
19811983~2 years, 0 days
34
Robert M. Elton
Elton, RobertLieutenant General
Robert M. Elton
(born 1932)
19831987~4 years, 0 days
35
Allen K. Ono
Ono, AllenLieutenant General
Allen K. Ono
(1933–2016)
19871990~3 years, 0 days
36
William H. Reno
Reno, WilliamLieutenant General
William H. Reno
(born 1936)
19901992~2 years, 0 days
37
Thomas P. Carney
Carney, ThomasLieutenant General
Thomas P. Carney
(1940–2019)
19921994~2 years, 0 days
38
Theodore G. Stroup
Stroup, TheodoreLieutenant General
Theodore G. Stroup
(born 1940)
19941996~2 years, 0 days
39
Frederick E. Vollrath
Vollrath, FrederickLieutenant General
Frederick E. Vollrath
(1940–2017)
19961998~2 years, 0 days
40
David H. Ohle
Ohle, DavidLieutenant General
David H. Ohle
(born 1944)
21 September 1998August 2000~1 year, 315 days
41
Timothy J. Maude
Maude, TimothyLieutenant General
Timothy J. Maude
(1947–2001)
August 200011 September 2001 †~1 year, 41 days
42
John M. LeMoyne
LeMoyne, JohnLieutenant General
John M. LeMoyne
(born 1943)
October 2001October 2003~2 years, 0 days
43
Franklin L. Hagenbeck
Hagenbeck, FranklinLieutenant General
Franklin L. Hagenbeck
(born 1949)
~October 2003June 2006~2 years, 243 days
44
Michael Rochelle
Rochelle, MichaelLieutenant General
Michael Rochelle
(born 1950)
June 2006August 2009~3 years, 61 days
-
Gina S. Farrisee
Farrisee, GinaMajor General
Gina S. Farrisee
Acting
August 2009February 2010~184 days
45
Thomas P. Bostick
Bostick, ThomasLieutenant General
Thomas P. Bostick
(born 1956)
2 February 201022 May 20122 years, 110 days
46
Howard B. Bromberg
Bromberg, HowardLieutenant General
Howard B. Bromberg
21 July 20124 August 20142 years, 14 days
47
James C. McConville
McConville, JamesLieutenant General
James C. McConville
(born 1959)
4 August 201426 May 20172 years, 295 days
48
Thomas C. Seamands[1]
Seamands, ThomasLieutenant General
Thomas C. Seamands[1]
(born 1959)
26 May 20173 August 20203 years, 69 days
49
Gary M. Brito[2]
Brito, GaryLieutenant General
Gary M. Brito[2]
(born 1963/1964)
3 August 20205 August 20222 years, 2 days
50
Douglas F. Stitt
Stitt, DouglasLieutenant General
Douglas F. Stitt
5 August 2022Incumbent1 year, 209 days

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://www.armyg1.army.mil/docs/bio-LTGSeamands.pdf[bare URL PDF]
  2. ^ "LTG Gary Brito Biography".

External links[edit]