Brig. Gen. Paul Fredenburgh Assigned as Joint Force HQ Deputy Commander

The U.S. Army assigned Brig. Gen. Paul Fredenburgh to serve as deputy commander of the Joint Force Headquarters–Department of Defense Information Networks. Fredenburgh, who currently serves as director of command, control, communications and cyber at U.S. Indo-Pacific Command's Camp Smith, will move to Fort Meade, Md. for his new role, DoD said Tuesday. The brigadier general oversees the management of the command's C4 assets in support of headquarters, component commands and joint forces.

Fredenburgh is a recipient of multiple military awards including the Army Achievement Medal and Combat Infantry Badge. He joined the military after graduating from Norwich University in 1988.

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