Major General Deborah C. Wheeling

Major General Deborah C. Wheeling assumed duties as Deputy Surgeon General for the Army National Guard, Office of the Surgeon General on 1 November 2005. As Deputy Surgeon General, General Wheeling provides consultative services and strategic planning in all aspects of medical readiness, health care, medical personnel, medical operational and training issues that comprise the critical medical readiness indicator's pertaining to the Army National Guard and its more than 340,000 Citizen Soldiers.

Major General Wheeling began her military service in September 1975 with a direct appointment to the Army Nurse Corps. Her experiences have encompassed a myriad of assignments within both Active and Reserve Components, serving as the Assistant Surgeon General for Mobilization, Readiness and Army National Guard Affairs prior to assuming the Deputy Surgeon General position in 2005.

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