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Brig. Gen. Daphne D. Davis

Commanding General, 95th Training Division (IET)

Brigadier General Daphne D. Davis serves as the Commanding General of the 95th Training Division (IET).

After serving as the Deputy to the Deputy Commanding General of the USAR Command, BG Davis most recently served as the United States Army Recruiting Command Deputy Commanding General (Support). (Previous General Officer Assignments)

​Upon graduation from the University of Kentucky in 1992, she was commissioned as an Adjutant General Corp Officer and has since held various leadership positions throughout the United States Army and Army Reserve.

BG Davis' staff experience includes Chief Reserve Personnel Division, 90th Regional Readiness Command, Talent Manager, Chief Officer Management, and Chief Adjutant General Division in the United States Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Command Headquarters.

She holds a Bachelor's in Psychology from the University of Kentucky, a Master's in Social Work from the University of Louisville and a Master's in Strategic Studies from the United States Army War College.

After completing graduate studies, she served children and families as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the Commonwealth of Kentucky while continuing to pursue her career in the Army Reserve. BG Davis is also a United States Army War College graduate, where she received a second Master's degree in Strategic Studies in 2016.

Her awards include Legion of Merit, Meritorious Service Medal and Army Commendation Medal. BG Davis and her husband, COL (Ret) Vernon Davis, are proud of their six children and three beautiful grandchildren.​

 

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