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Major General Patrick M. Hamilton

Major General Patrick M. Hamilton

Training Advisory Board

Major General (MG) Patrick M. Hamilton retired after 35 years of military service, having served in multiple leadership and command roles, and most recently served as commanding general of the 36th Infantry Division. His key staff assignments include Chief of Staff to the Adjutant General of Texas, Chief of Staff for the Texas Army National Guard, Director of Joint Operations, and the Army National Guard Assistant Chief of Staff for Operations (G3). His deployments include Operation Joint Forge (Bosnia), Operations Noble Eagle, and Operation Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan).

In past assignments, Major General Hamilton served as the Commander, Domestic Operations Task Force and the Director of the Joint Staff for the Texas Military Forces at Camp Mabry in Austin, where his task force comprised of over 4,000 soldiers and airmen and provided military support to civil authorities across the state of Texas, including border security operations, counterdrug operations, hurricanes, floods, wildfires and winter storms. He was also responsible for coordinating over 30 international military exchanges per year with the Czech Republic and Chile as part of the State Partnership Program.

MG Hamilton earned his commission in 1985 from Texas A&M University and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in education, as well as a Master of Strategy and Security from the U.S. Army War College. He is a career Armored Cavalry officer and has commanded units at the platoon, company, battalion, regiment, and joint task force level.

His awards include the Legion of Merit, the Bronze Star Medal, the Meritorious Service Medal (2 awards), the Army Commendation Medal (3 awards), the Afghanistan Campaign Medal, and the NATO Medal for service in the Former Yugoslavia and Afghanistan, as well as many others.

Major General Hamilton lives in Round Rock, Texas, with his wife of 26 years, Beverly, and they have three children. MG Hamilton and his family attend Round Rock Presbyterian Church where he has previously served as an elder. He also serves as a member of the Round Rock YMCA’s Board of Directors, and is a member and former board member of the Round Rock Rotary Club.

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