Michael Dubie

Maj. Gen. Michael D. Dubie

Major General Michael D. Dubie (born 1960) is the Adjutant General of the State of Vermont, serving as the senior uniformed officer in the state responsible for the organization, training and equipage of the 4,000 members of the Vermont Army and Air National Guard. He also serves as inspector and quartermaster general and head of the State Military Department, including Veterans Affairs.

He began his military career in 1979 at the University of Vermont (ROTC) and simultaneously joined the 150th Aviation Battalion in the Army National Guard. He was commissioned as a second lieutenant in 1981 and later transferred to the Vermont Air National Guard.

General Dubie held a variety of command, supervisory and staff positions at the 158th Fighter Wing and Vermont State Headquarters and served as the assistant adjutant general responsible for the Vermont Joint Staff and Joint Forces Headquarters. He began as a Second Lieutenant in 1981 and was promoted through the ranks to Major General in 2007.

Additionally, General Dubie commanded the 447th Air Expeditionary Group at the Baghdad International Airport and served as Director of Staff for the 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing, Balad Air Base, Iraq. General Dubie is a command pilot with over 2,000 hours of military flying, the majority in the F-16.

His brother Brian Dubie is the former Lieutenant Governor of Vermont.

In late 2011, Dubie's name was reportedly used in an e-mail fraud scheme, where a Canadian woman sent $3,000 to someone in London, England claiming to be General Dubie. At least two other people in Taiwan and Germany reportedly responded to similar pleas from someone they believed to be General Dubie. General Dubie was reportedly "quite upset" about the incidents, writing on his FaceBook page, "I will never ask for money from anyone in cyberspace."

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Preceded by
Martha Rainville
Vermont Adjutant General
2007–present
Succeeded by
incumbent

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