- Patrick M. Hughes Lieutenant General, U.S. Army (Retired)July 9, 2016 - 15:10
Lieutenant General Patrick M. Hughes retired from the United States Army on 30 September 1999 after more than 35 years of military service, beginning as an enlisted soldier and combat medic on 2 January 1962. His last active duty assignment was Director, Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), a position he held for 3 and ½ years. Other positions of responsibility included Director of Intelligence (J-2), the Joint Staff; Director of Intelligence (J-2), U.S. Central Command; Commanding General, U.S. Army Intelligence Agency; Commander, 501st Military Intelligence Brigade with service in the Republic of Korea; and Commander, 109th Military Intelligence Battalion, 9th Infantry Division (High Technology Test Bed), Fort Lewis, WA. He is a veteran of the Vietnam War, serving both as an infantry platoon leader with the 9th Infantry Division in the Mekong Delta and on a second tour as an intelligence program advisor in RVN Military Region III. He has served in other conflicts in the Middle East, Africa, and Southern Europe. He also served as the “plank holder” Assistant Secretary for Information & Analysis (Intelligence) at the Department of Homeland Security.
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