Lieutenant General Darrell K. Williams is a native of West Palm Beach, Florida. He is a Distinguished Military Graduate of the Hampton University ROTC Program in 1983 and holds three Master’s Degrees in Military Arts and Sciences, National Security and Strategic Studies, and Business Management (Logistics). Lieutenant General Williams has served in several key command and staff positions at the tactical, operational and strategic levels to include: Director of the Defense Logistics Agency, Fort Belvoir, Virginia; Commanding General, Combined Arms Support Command, Fort Lee, Virginia; Deputy Chief of Staff, US Army Materiel Command, Redstone Arsenal, Alabama; Commander, Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime in Columbus, Ohio; Director of Logistics, Engineering and Security Assistance, J-4, Headquarters, United States Pacific Command, Hawaii; Executive Officer to the Army Deputy Chief of Staff, G-4; Commander, 3d Sustainment Brigade, Fort Stewart, Georgia; and Deputy C-4, Coalition Forces Land Component Command, Camp Arifjan, Kuwait during Operations Enduring Freedom, and Iraqi Freedom.
US Army Quartermaster Corps
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