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Brig. Gen. James Pabis

Assistant Adjutant General - Army

Brig. Gen. James Pabis is the Assistant Adjutant General - Army, Vermont Army National Guard. Brig. Gen. James Pabis is the Assistant Adjutant General - Army, Vermont Army National Guard. In this position, he is responsible for overall readiness of assigned Vermont Army National Guard units, mentors subordinate commanders and staff directors, and oversees the 86th Infantry Brigade Combat Team (Mountain), the 124th Regional Training Institute, and Garrison Support Command. He also implements Vermont Army National Guard recruiting and retention programs and initiatives, with a focus on increasing overall accessions. In addition, he is a voting member of the Board of Armory Commissioners.

General Pabis has 29 years of uniformed commissioned service: 10 years with the United States Army Reserve and 19 years with the New York Army National Guard, and has recently transferred to the Vermont Army National Guard. He has commanded at the company, detachment, battalion and brigade levels as well as numerous staff positions. He deployed to Baghdad from September 2006 – August 2007, serving as the Detachment Commander, 272nd Military Police Detachment, 16th MP Brigade, Task Force 134 (Detainee Operations). He has led or been part of multiple state activations including Sept. 11 Ground Zero, Hurricane Irene, Superstorm Sandy, Polar Vortex, June Floods, and COVID-19 Response. 

AWARDS AND DECORATIONS
Bronze Star Medal
Meritorious Service Medal
Army Commendation Medal
Combat Action Badge

EDUCATION
Bachelor of Science from Northeastern University, Boston, MA
Masters of Business Administration from the Sage Graduate School, Albany, NY
Masters of Strategic Studies from the Army War College, Carlisle, PA