COL David E. Wilmot ’84 promoted to Brigadier General

Deputy Chief of Staff for Readiness/Assistant Surgeon General
for Mobilization, Readiness, and National Guard Affairs

COL David E. Wilmot assumed duties as the U.S. Army’s Assistant Surgeon General for Mobilization, Readiness and National Guard Affairs and U.S. Army MEDCOM Deputy Chief of Staff for Readiness on 1 November, 2010.  As Deputy Chief of Staff for Readiness, COL Wilmot advises the Chief of Staff on medical readiness issues across the Regional Medical Commands and across all Components.  As Assistant Surgeon General, he assists the Deputy Surgeon General for the Army National Guard in providing 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 indicators pertaining to the Army National Guard.  Prior to this position, COL Wilmot was dual-hatted as the Indiana Army National Guard State Surgeon and Commander of the Indiana Medical Detachment since January 2003.
COL Wilmot is a graduate of Indiana Wesleyan University where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Chemistry in 1984.

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Cindi Carder, Lori Wilmot,  Brigadier General David Wilmot, Rev. Rick Carder
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