Lt. Gen. Jack C. Stultz, Chief, Army Reserve

Lieutenant General Jack C. Stultz

Chief, Army Reserve

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Lieutenant General Jack C. Stultz was recently confirmed for a second term as Chief, Army Reserve, and Commanding General, United States Army Reserve Command.

Lieutenant General Stultz entered active duty in 1974 after receiving his commission from the Reserve Officer Training Corps at Davidson College, North Carolina, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts Degree.  After completing the Engineer Officer Basic Course and Airborne School, he was assigned to the 20th Engineer Battalion, Fort Campbell, Kentucky, culminating as B Company Commander.
 
Lieutenant General Stultz left active duty in June 1979 to pursue a civilian career.  At the same time, he began his Army Reserve career with assignment to the 108th Division (Infantry OSUT), headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina.  Stultz served in a variety of positions with the 108th Division, including Commander, Company D, 4th Battalion 108th Regiment, and Division Assistant G-3.
 
Lieutenant General Stultz began his career with the Transportation Corps in February 1987 with an assignment to the 32d Transportation Group (Composite), which was mobilized and deployed in November 1990 in support of Operations Desert Shield/Desert Storm.  Stultz was responsible for providing transportation support to XVIII Airborne Corps and VII Corps in Saudi Arabia, Iraq, and Kuwait.  Stultz took command of the 257th Transportation Battalion (Movement Control) in 1995.  The battalion deployed to the Balkans in March 1997 in support of Operations Joint Endeavor/Joint Guard.  He took command of the 32d Transportation Group in 1998, and served in this capacity until assuming duties of Deputy Commanding General, 143rd TRANSCOM in 1999.  Stultz deployed to Kuwait in October 2002 as Commander 143rd TRANSCOM (Forward), establishing initial RSOI operations in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.  Moving forward into Iraq with the initial ground offensive, he established the first forward logistics hub at Tallil.  In October 2003 he was assigned as Director of Movements, Distribution and Transportation, Combined Forces Land Component Command Kuwait, responsible for the deployment/redeployment of sustainment supplies for US and Coalition forces in Kuwait and Iraq.  Stultz returned to the United States in August 2004 after 22 months in Theater.  In October 2004, Stultz assumed command of the 143rd TRANSCOM, Orlando, Florida until selected to serve as the Deputy Commanding General of the United States Army Reserve Command in 2005. In May, 2006, he was sworn in as Chief, Army Reserve and Commanding General of the United States Army Reserve Command.
 
Lieutenant General Jack Stultz is a graduate of the Command and General Staff College and the Army War College.  His awards and decorations include the Defense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star (w/1 Oak Leaf Cluster), Meritorious Service Medal (w/3 Oak Leaf Clusters), Army Commendation Medal (w/ 4 Oak Leaf Clusters) and the Army Achievement Medal.
 
As a Warrior-Citizen, Stultz retired from Procter and Gamble as an operations manager with 28 years of service.

 

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