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Hugh T. BroomallDescription :  United States Air Force Major GeneralMajor General Hugh T. Broomall served as the Special Assistant to the Director, Air National Guard. He was responsible for strategy development, state and federal liaison, inter-agency coordination and special studies supporting the one hundred and six thousand Air National Guard members nationwide.Broomall was born in Wilmington, Delaware on 18 Aug. 1948. He graduated from Salesianum School in 1966. He attended Delaware Technical and Community Colle... Page:h70

Hugh T. Broomall
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Major General Hugh T. Broomall
Born(1948-08-18) August 18, 1948 (age 67)
Delaware
Allegiance United States of America
 Delaware
Service/branch

 United States Air Force

Delaware Air National Guard
Years of service1967 - 2012
Rank

US-O8 insignia.svg Major General

Rank flag of a major general in the United States Air Force

Major General Hugh T. Broomall served as the Special Assistant to the Director, Air National Guard. He was responsible for strategy development, state and federal liaison, inter-agency coordination and special studies supporting the one hundred and six thousand Air National Guard members nationwide.

Early life and education

Broomall was born in Wilmington, Delaware on 18 Aug. 1948. He graduated from Salesianum School in 1966. He attended Delaware Technical and Community College and received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management from Wilmington University in 1985. He went on to earn a Master's Degree in both Human Resources and Public Administration from Wilmington University in 1996. Broomall attended the United States Army War College in 1999.

Military career

In March 1967 he completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Texas. Broomall received Air Force Administrative Specialist Training in Amarillo AFB, Texas and then returned to the Delaware Air National Guard performing administrative duties for the 166th Maintenance Squadron as a technician. In 1971 he attended the Air Force Communications Operations Course, Sheppard AFB, Texas and accepted the position of Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge of the 166th Communications Flight.

In November 1974 Broomall was commissioned as a second lieutenant through the Academy of Military Science at McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base, Tennessee. In April 1975 he completed the Air Force Basic Survival Course, Fairchild AFB, Washington. In July 1975 he completed the Department of Defense Armed Forces Air Intelligence Officer Course at Lowry AFB, Colorado and returned as the Air Intelligence Officer. During this tour he completed education in Air Force Intelligence Service, Soviet Military Power Training, Washington, D.C.; United States Air Force Tactical Air Warfare Training, Battle Staff Management, United States Air Force Special Operations School and Latin American Orientation at Hurlburt Field, Florida. Broomall completed Squadron Officer School in 1977, Air Command and Staff College in 1982, National Security Management Course, National Defense University, Washington, D.C. in 1985. From May 1990 to October 1992 he was the Deputy Commander for Support, 166th Tactical Airlift Group. Between assignments he was the Commander 166th Support Group from October 1992 to October 2000. During his tenure he completed courses in administration at the Office of Personnel Management.

From January to November 1997 Broomall served in the Congressional Fellowship Program to the U.S. Senator William V. Roth, Jr. As a congressional fellow he served as a primary military staff officer supporting the United States Senate North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Observer Group. He graduated from the U.S. Army War College, Resident Course, Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania in 1999. In October 2000, he was appointed the United States Property and Fiscal Officer for the Delaware National Guard.

From May 2004 to August 2010 Broomall served as Assistant Adjutant General-Air, Delaware National Guard. In 2009 he attended the Senior Executive Seminar, George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany and the Senior Executives in National and International Security program at the Harvard Kennedy School.

Since August 2010, Broomall has simultaneously served as Special Assistant to the Director, Air National Guard, Assistant to the Director, Air National Guard, and Assistant to the Secretary of the Air Force.

Promotion to Major General

Broomall was promoted to Major General on September 18, 2010. He was the first general officer in the Delaware Air National Guard who was non-prior military service and one of the few to emerge from the enlisted ranks.

Thesis

Broomall's thesis at the United States Army War College was Integration of the National Guard into the Total Force.

Personal

Broomall and his wife Christy are residents of Newark, Delaware.

Broomall's family, wife Christy, mother, two granddaughters, daughter, sister-in-law, brother, nephew, two sons and daughter-in-law taken during his promotion to Brigadier General on 7 Nov. 2004

Honors

In 2011 Maj. Gen. Broomall was inducted into the Salesianum School Alumni Hall of Fame.

Dates of rank

InsigniaRankDates
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Second Lieutenant21 Nov 1974
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First Lieutenant13 Mar 1977
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Captain20 May 1979
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Major7 Jun 1983
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Lieutenant Colonel20 Jun 1990
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Colonel30 Jul 1999
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Brigadier General8 Oct 2004
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Major General15 Aug 2010

Awards and decorations

Air Force Distinguished Service Medal
Bronze oak leaf cluster
Legion of Merit with oak leaf cluster
Bronze oak leaf cluster
Bronze oak leaf cluster
Meritorious Service Medal with two oak leaf clusters
Bronze oak leaf cluster
Bronze oak leaf cluster
Air Force Commendation Medal with two oak leaf clusters
Air Force Achievement Medal
Air Force Outstanding Unit Award
Air Force Organizational Excellence Award
Bronze oak leaf cluster
Air Reserve Forces Meritorious Service Medal with oak leaf cluster
Bronze star
National Defense Service Medal with bronze service star
Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
Silver oak leaf cluster
Bronze oak leaf cluster
Bronze oak leaf cluster
Bronze oak leaf cluster
Bronze oak leaf cluster
Air Force Longevity Service Award with one silver and four bronze oak leaf clusters
Armed Forces Reserve Medal with gold and bronze hourglass devices
Bronze oak leaf cluster
Air Force Training Ribbon with oak leaf cluster
Delaware National Guard
Conspicuous Service Cross with three award stars
Distinguished Service Medal
Medal for Military Merit with award numeral 5
National Defense Service Ribbon with award numeral 2
Medal for Service in Aid to Civil Authority with award numeral 5

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