Brigadier General Linda L. Singh serves as Assistant Adjutant General - Army, Maryland National Guard and is the primary advisor to the Adjutant General on Maryland Army Guard issues. She is responsible for supporting the formulation, development and coordination of all programs, policies and plans affecting the Maryland Army National Guard, a force of over 4,600 Soldiers. General Singh also provides guidance and supervision of all training, personnel, logistics and other matters in relation to the Maryland Army National Guard.
General Singh received her commission in 1991 through the Maryland Military Academy's Officer Candidate School in Reisterstown, Maryland. Prior to this assignment, she served as the Chief of the Afghanistan National Security Force Development Current Operations Cross Functional Team integrated into the International Security Assistance Force Joint Command Operations Support Center. She was responsible for developing processes and systems to track Afghanistan National Security Force growth, development and fielding in support of Commander, International Security Assistance Force established priorities for operations in a counter-insurgency environment. She provided situational awareness products to cover the day to day activities related to the growth and development of the Afghanistan National Security Forces in order to establish a common operation picture through partnered relationships with Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Defense, National Military Coordination Center, National Police Coordination Center and the Regional Commands.