LTG Mary Legere – A Career of Public Service, A Life of Meaningful Work

LTG Mary Legere is the 4th female Three-Star General in the United States Army’s 240-year history.  Promoted to Lieutenant General in April 2012, she is the Army’s Senior Intelligence Officer and Principal Advisor on Intelligence and Security Policy, Programs and Operations for the Secretary of the Army and Army Chief of Staff.


Now three and a half years into her tenure, LTG Legere oversees the global operations of the Army’s 58,000 person Intelligence Corps, and is the primary architect for the modernization, transformation and readiness of Army Intelligence for the Department of Defense.  Prior to this assignment, LTG Legere commanded the Army’s 16,000 person Global Intelligence Command, and served as the Senior U.S. Intelligence Officer supporting joint and coalition military operations in Iraq and in the Republic of Korea.

In her three decades of service to the Army and to the United States, LTG Legere has emerged as one of the nation’s foremost experts on the planning, resourcing and execution of multi-discipline intelligence operations.

She has provided inspired leadership to inform the Army’s ability to generate intelligence, cyber and security solutions, supporting both the Army and Joint forces global requirements.


About LTG Mary Legere

LTG Mary Legere is career Intel Officer in the United States Army. She is the Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence, and is currently one of the Army’s two highest-ranking women.
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