US Army Quartermaster Foundation
Fort Lee, Virginia


Major General
Duane H. Stubbs
Quartermaster Hall of Fame
1995

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MG Duane H. Stubbs was commissioned a Quartermaster officer with a two year combat arms detail in the Artillery upon his graduation from the University of California at Los Angeles, and received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History. General Stubbs also holds a Master of Business Administration degree from American University. His military education includes the United States Army Command and General Staff College, and the Industrial College of the Armed Forces.

General Stubbs' last assignment before retirement was Special Assistant to the Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics, Washington D.C. General Stubbs' other key commands include: the United States ArmyAir Force Exchange Service, Dallas, TX; Division Support Command, 4th Infantry Division (Mechanized), Ft. Carson, CO; Chief, Logistics Division and Chief, Quartermaster Branch, Officer Personnel Directorate, United States Army Military Personnel Center, Alexandria, VA; Chief, Asset Data Management Branch, Supply Division, Supply and Maintenance Directorate, Office, Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics, Washington, D.C.; 7th Support Battalion, l99th Infantry Brigade, Vietnam; and 8th Supply and Transport Battalion, 8th Infantry Division, United States ArmyEurope. General Stubbs was a major contributor to the Quartermaster Corps in every position in which he served. General Stubbs created systems that relied heavily on computers and other electronic equipment allowing improved control of Army assets, both stationary and intransit. His programs focused on hand tools, accountability of firearms, and visibility of secondary items. These programs began saving the Army millions of dollars upon their implementation. During his years of service in the Military Personnel Center, General Stubbs furthered the careers of hundreds of Quartermaster Officers.

General Stubbs' awards and decorations include: the Distinguished Service Medal, the Legion of Merit (with Oak Leaf Cluster), the Meritorious Service Medal, the Bronze Star Medal (with Oak Leaf Cluster), the Army Commendation Medal (with two Oak Leaf Clusters), and the Purple Heart.

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