Major Gen. MacCarley (Retired)
Contact Information: 2926 E. Chevy Chase Drive, Glendale, CA 9l206; Phone: (818) 261-4800; Email: email@example.com
Law School: Loyola University School of Law at Los Angeles, Juris Doctorate degree. Admitted to the California Bar and the Bars of the Federal District Courts for California, Washington, Florida, and New York.
Post Graduate Education: in Strategic Studies.
United States Army War College at Carlisle, Pennsylvania, Masters
Post Graduate Education: University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Masters of Business Administration.
Undergraduate Schooling: California State University at Northridge, Bachelor of Arts in Political Science.
February 2015 – Present. Consultant and Attorney: MacCarley & Rosen, PLC. Concentrate on construction and real property issues, business, government contracting, intellectual property issues, HR matters, and information technology legal issues for individual and organizational clients.
2012 – January 2015. United States Army: Major General – Deputy Chief of Staff (civilian equivalent – Chief Operations Officer), at the United States Army Training and Doctrine Command, the Army’s senior organization for recruiting, educating, and training Soldiers and for developing military capabilities to effectively and efficiently respond to present and future threats to national security. Supervised staff directorates, to include Personnel, Equal Employment Opportunity, Operations, Logistics, Budget/Finance, Engineering, Facilities Management, Information Management, Public Affairs, the Congressional Liaison Office, the Staff Judge Advocate’s Office (Office of General Counsel), the Inspector General’s Office, and the Quality Assurance Office. As a member of the Senior Management Group, executed the 4-Star Commander’s (Chief Executive Officer) strategic vision for the organization. Additionally, coordinated with four basic training facilities, twelve Army post secondary schools, and its two colleges, collectively serving a military and government civilian student population of over 450,000, including both resident and distance learners. Directly engaged with civilian educational accreditation bodies to include the American Council on Education, the US Department of Education, and the Council on Vocational Education. Oversaw an annual budget of $4.1 billion. Represented the organization with senior Department of Army, Department of Defense, and Department of Education leadership, as well as the Veterans Administration, Congress, and Foreign Allied Forces.
2010 – 2012. United States Army: Major General – Deputy Commanding General – Support, 1st Army and Commander, 1st Army Reserve Support Command (civilian equivalent – senior vice president). 1st Army is the highest level Army organization of approximately 8,000 military and 4,000 civilian employees responsible to train, equip, mobilize and deploy all Army National Guard and Army Reserve Soldiers for overseas contingency operations, to include Operation Iraqi Freedom, Operation New Dawn, and Operation Enduring Freedom. Was responsible for all administrative and support functions, to include human relations, logistics, information technology, legal and audit. Served as one of the principal public spokesmen and representatives for the organization with senior leaders of the Army, Army National Guard, State Governments, and the Army Reserve.
2009 – 2010. United States Army: Brigadier General – Deputy Commanding General, 1st Theater Sustainment Command, headquartered at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait (civilian equivalent senior vice-president). Was responsible with the Commanding General (Chief Executive Officer) for over 9,000 soldiers and 45,000 civilian contractors engaged in the logistical, administrative and operational support of United States and Coalition Armed Forces in Kuwait, Iraq, Afghanistan, and the Sinai, to include personnel administration, finance, medical, maintenance, supply, and transportation activities. Served as one of the senior negotiators with civilian US and foreign contractors and with the Governments of Kuwait and Iraq on defense and contract issues. Executed a $4,500,000,000 operational budget.
2007 – 2009. United States Army: Brigadier General – Deputy Commanding General, 8th Theater Sustainment Command, Fort Shafter, Hawaii. Similar duties as above, except was focused on the Pacific Rim strategic challenges and bilateral exercises with Korea and Japan. Worked with an annual budget of $135,000,000.
2006 – 2007. United States Army: Colonel – Deputy Defense Coordinating Officer and Regional Emergency Preparedness Liaison Officer, US Fifth Army – Army North, San Antonio, Texas (civilian equivalent – Vice-Chief of Civil Defense and Emergency Response for the Federal Government). Was responsible within Federal Emergency Management Agency Region Nine (California, Nevada, and Arizona) for coordinating the Department of Defense response to major natural and manmade disasters. Worked with multiple Federal agencies, state and local government officials, and all US military services, to determine requirements for emergency assistance and to confirm/deliver such US military capabilities and assistance to the disaster sites within the Region.
2005 – 2006. United States Army: Colonel – Chief of Staff, 377th Theater Sustainment Command, Camp Arifjan, Kuwait. Similar duties as described in the 1st Theater Sustainment Command reference above.
2003 – 2005. United States Army: Lieutenant Colonel – Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics, 63rd Regional Support Command. Was responsible for equipping all US Army Reservists fromthe West Coast deploying to Iraq and Afghanistan.
1976 – 2002. Lawyer and Managing Attorney: MacCarley & Rosen, PLC. The firm and this attorney concentrated on both litigation and transactional matters to include construction and real property issues, corporations, government contracting, law enforcement personnel issues, general employment law, intellectual property issues and information technology matters for individual clients, developers, institutional brokerages, insurance carriers, employee associations and municipalities.
1972 – 1976. International Contracts Administrator: Northrop Grumman (then Northrop Aircraft Corporation – Hawthorne, California) responsible for Northrop foreign military aircraft sales (F-5’s and F-5E’s) on behalf of US Government and associated support programs in Iran (pre-Khomeini), Switzerland, and Morocco.
Detective (Part-time) – Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department; Member of the State Bar of California; Licensed Real Estate Broker – California Bureau of Real Estate; Former Adjunct Associate Professor of Law and Business – Glendale College, Los Angeles City College and Pasadena City College.
Civil Service Commissioner – City of Glendale, California; Former Commissioner for Veterans Affairs – Los Angeles County; Director – American Red Cross Burbank/Los Angeles Chapter; Member – Veterans of Foreign Wars; Member – American Legion; Vice-President – Glendale Kiwanis; Founder – Burbank Economic Council; Founder – Veterans Mentoring Platoon; Trustee: Cedar Sinai CARES Cardiology Foundation; Vice President – Boy Scouts of America Verdugo Hills Council; Treasurer – Glendale Arts/Alex Theater Foundation; Member – Burbank Elks Lodge; Director – The Flag and General Officers’ Network; Reserve Deputy Sheriff – Los Angeles County.
Unites States DoD Security Clearance: TS-SCI current Languages: Spanish (read, write, speak), Arabic (speak, some reading)
AWARDS AND DECORATIONS
(Military) Distinguished Service Medal (US Army); Bronze Star Medal (US Army); Legion of Merit with three Oak Leaf Clusters (US Army); Meritorious Service Medal with four Oak Leaf Clusters (US Army).