Brigadier General Martha N. Wong

Brigadier General Martha N. Wong is the Mobility Assistant, Director, Logistics, Engineering and Security Assistance (J4), United States Pacific Command, Camp H.M. Smith, Hawaii. General Wong assumed her current assignment in November 2010, assisting the J4 in the planning, coordinating and integrating of reserve forces into the strategic logistics, engineering and security assistance for United States Pacific Command. General Wong served on the Joint Staff at the National Guard Bureau in Arlington, Virginia just prior to her selection as brigadier general.

General Wong was commissioned in 1982 through the University of Texas Reserve Officer Training Corps as a Distinguished Military Graduate. Prior to commissioning, General Wong served as an enlisted member of the 49th Armor Division Support Command of the Texas Army National Guard. After completing the Quartermaster Officer Basic Course as a Distinguished Graduate at Fort Lee, Virginia, she was selected to the first one year assignment of the Logistical Support Unit, Multinational Forces and Observers, Sinai, Egypt. She has held numerous leadership positions in the Hawaii National Guard including Commander, Headquarters, Hawaii State Area Command; Deputy Chief of Staff, Hawaii Army National Guard; Commander, 298th Regiment, Regional Training Institute and Director of Manpower and Personnel, Hawaii Joint Force Headquarters.

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