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Tim Kadavy will leave ..., 26 June 2009 [cached]
Tim Kadavy will leave his post as adjutant general of the Nebraska National Guard to become deputy director of the Army National Guard.
Kadavy will be assigned to the National Guard Headquarters in Arlington, Va.
Tim Kadavy (LJS file)
Tim Kadavy (LJS file)
Kadavy, 45, assumed command of the Nebraska National Guard on Nov. 3, 2007.
As deputy director of the Army National Guard, Kadavy will be responsible for assisting the director in formulating and coordinating all programs, policies and plans affecting more than 350,000 citizen-soldiers.
Prior to his selection as adjutant general, Kadavy had been operations officer for the Army National Guard Directorate at the National Guard Bureau in Arlington.
Kadavy commanded a Nebraska Army National Guard unit in Bosnia-Herzegovina in 2002-2003 and led a multinational corps assigned to Iraq in 2006.
"My decision to leave (Nebraska) was bittersweet," Kadavy said.
Heineman praised Kadavy's performance as adjutant general.
(AP) Colonel Tim Kadavy, an ..., 4 Nov 2007 [cached]
(AP) Colonel Tim Kadavy, an Omaha native with combat experience, on Saturday took the oath of office to become the new leader of the Nebraska National Guard.
The 43-year-old replaced Major General Roger Lempke, who retired this month.
As the state's adjutant general, Kadavy will lead the 4,500-member Nebraska National Guard.
"My main goal is to make sure everyone is educated on what is out there," Kadavy said Saturday, referring to counseling and other services for Guard members returning to civilian life after deployment."I plan to determine where the holes are and work there first."
Kadavy began his career in 1982 with the Nebraska Army National Guard, and worked his way up.He later obtained federal status and held positions in Texas, Georgia and Virginia.
He returned to Nebraska in 2001 to command a squadron and led it during an eight-month deployment to Bosnia-Herzegovina in 2002 and 2003.
Kadavy most recently served as operations officer for the Army National Guard Directorate in Virginia.
1-167th Cavalry Website Chain of Command, 9 May 2003 [cached]
Lieutenant Colonel Tim Kadavy
Squadron Executive Officer Major Tim Davis
Tim Kadavy will succeed ..., 13 Oct 2007 [cached]
Tim Kadavy will succeed Maj.Gen.
Kadavy began his military career in 1982 when he enlisted in the Nebraska Army National Guard.He became a commissioned officer in the Guard after college, serving with the 1-167th Cavalry.The squadron is the state of Nebraska's largest combat arms group, with several units based in various parts of our state.
During the next 10 years, he held several leadership positions with the cavalry, ranging from a troop commander to managing operations and personnel for the entire squadron.In 1994, he switched from part-time status to become an active duty guardsman with the 5th Army at Fort Sam in Houston.He spent several years working with both the U.S. Army and National Guard Bureau before returning to Nebraska in 2001 to become commander of the 1-167th Cavalry Squadron, leading its peacekeeping mission in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Following the mobilization he completed a fellowship at the Army War College, working with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency, before returning to National Guard headquarters.Last April, he deployed to Camp Victory in Iraq to head up a division of reserve soldiers, returning in the fall.
I know he is excited to be returning home to serve once again with the men and women of the Nebraska National Guard.
Gen. Lempke has been a truly outstanding leader and advocate for Nebraska during his seven years as Adjutant General, and I know that Col. Kadavy is committed to continuing to build a network of support service for our servicemen and women and their families that begun under Gen.
Tim Kadavy will become the ..., 27 June 2009 [cached]
Tim Kadavy will become the new deputy director of the Army National Guard. He'll be helping the Army National Guard director coordinate programs, policies and plans affecting the Army National Guard through the country.
Kadavy had been adjutant general of Nebraska since Nov. 3, 2007.
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