Deputy CG - Maneuver
Brigadier General Paul T. Calvert
BG Paul T. Calvert was most recently the Deputy Director for Operations, National Joint Operations and Intelligence Center, J3, Joint Staff in Washington, DC (2014-2016). At Fort Hood, Texas June 1, 2016, he assumed duties as the Deputy Commanding General (Maneuver) for the 1st Cavalry Division.
His previous tours include Commander, Operations Group, National Training Center at Fort Irwin, California (2012-2014); Commander, 2nd Armor Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division at Fort Riley, Kansas (2010-2012) with duty in support of Operation New Dawn in Baghdad, Iraq; Squadron Commander, 2d Squadron, 3d Armored Cavalry Regiment at Fort Hood, Texas (2006-2009) with duty in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom in Diyala Province, Iraq; Interagency and Civil Support Planner, Standing Joint Force Headquarters, United States Northern Command at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado (2004-2006); Regimental Operations Officer, 3d Armored Cavalry Regiment at Fort Carson, Colorado (2002-2004) with duty in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom in Anbar Province, Iraq; Operations Officer, 2d Squadron and Regimental Operations Officer, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment at Fort Irwin, California (2000-2002); Armor Branch Chief, Enlisted Personnel Management Directorate, United States Personnel Command in Alexandria, Virginia (1996-1999); Commander, E Troop, 2d Squadron and Regimental Headquarters and Headquarters Troop, 3d Armored Cavalry Regiment at Fort Bliss, Texas (1992-1996); and Tank / Scout Platoon Leader / Troop Executive Officer, 3d Squadron, 2d Armored Cavalry Regiment in Amberg, Germany (1988-1991) with duty in support of Operation Desert Shield/Storm in Iraq.
BG Calvert is a distinguished military graduate of North Georgia College and holds a Masters of Science Degree in National Security Strategy from the Air University at Maxwell, Air Force Base, Alabama.
He has served on teams that have been awarded the Joint Meritorious Unit Award (1OLC), the Valorous Unit Award (2OLC) and the Meritorious Unit Citation.