Preregistration Closes on the last Friday before the event at 1600

Preregistration Cost: Members $25 | Non-Members $30

Walk-In Cost: Members $30 | Non-Members $35

Time: Check-In 1100am | Buffet 11:30am

Place:  Ft Shafter, Hale Ikena Club

Join AFCEA Hawaii on Tuesday, July 10th and hear from Major (HI) Arthur “Joe” Logan.  The Adjutant General, Hawaii.

Major General (HI) Arthur “Joe” Logan assumed the position of Adjutant General, Hawaii on January 1, 2015. As Adjutant General, he oversees the training and readiness of 5,500 Soldiers and Airmen of the Hawaii National Guard. He also serves as the Director, Hawaii Emergency Management Agency providing direct support to the Office of Veterans Services, and is the Homeland Security Advisor to the Governor.

General Logan received his commission in 1984 from the Hawaii Army National Guard Officer Candidate School, Hawaii Military Academy. With more than 36 years of service, he has served in significant positions of authority and responsibility to include: Commander, 227th Engineer Company, Brigade Engineer Officer, 29th Separate Infantry Brigade, Commander, 1st Battalion, 487th Field Artillery, and the Counterdrug Coordinator, Hawaii Army National Guard. Before assuming his current position, he served as the Hawaii Army National Guard G3.

EDUCATION:
1993 Hawaii Pacific University, Bachelor of Arts Degree, Justice Administration and Management, Honolulu, Hawaii
1998 Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas
2004 United States Army War College, Masters of Strategic Studies, Carlisle, Pennsylvania

ASSIGNMENTS:
1. August 1984 – April 1985, Rifle Platoon Leader, B Company, 1st Battalion, 299th Infantry, Kauai, Hawaii
2. April 1985 – November 1986, Rifle Platoon Leader, C Company, 1st Battalion, 299th Infantry, Maui, Hawaii
3. November 1986 – November 1988, Mortar Platoon Leader, C Company, 1st Battalion, 299th Infantry, Maui, Hawaii
4. June 1987 – November 1988, Executive Officer, C Company, 1st Battalion, 299th Infantry, Maui,
Hawaii
5. January 1989 – September 1993, Commander, 227th Engineer Company (Combat), Pearl City,
Hawaii
6. September 1993 – February 1996, Brigade Engineer Officer, 29th Infantry Brigade, Honolulu,
Hawaii
7. February 1996 – October 1997, S3, 1st Battalion, 487th Field Artillery, Wahiawa, Hawaii
8. October 1997 – June 1999, Executive Officer, 1st Battalion, 487th Field Artillery, Wahiawa,
Hawaii
9. June 1999 – June 2000, Commander, 1st Battalion, 487th Field Artillery, Honolulu, Hawaii
10. July 2000 – July 2003, Counterdrug Coordinator, Hawaii Army National Guard, Honolulu,
Hawaii
11. July 2003 – June 2004, Student, United States Army War College, Carlisle Barracks,
Pennsylvania
12. June 2004 – May 2006, Counterdrug Coordinator, Hawaii Army National Guard, Honolulu,
Hawaii
13. May 2006 – June 2007, Deputy Commander, ASCC USARPAC, Honolulu, Hawaii
14. May 2007 – May 2008, Commander, Regional Police Advisory Command, Operation Enduring
Freedom, Kabul, Afghanistan
15. June 2008 – October 2010, Chief of Staff, Hawaii Army National Guard, Kapolei, Hawaii
16. October 2010 – October 2013, Chief of Staff, Joint Staff, JFHQ-HI, Honolulu, Hawaii
17. October 2013 – December 2013, J1, Joint Staff, JFHQ-HI, Honolulu, Hawaii
18. December 2013 – December 2014, G3, Hawaii Army National Guard, Kapolei, Hawaii
19. January 2015 – Present, Adjutant General, Hawaii National Guard, Honolulu, Hawaii

AWARDS AND DECORATIONS:
Legion of Merit
Bronze Star
Meritorious Service Medal
Army Commendation Medal (with 3 Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster)
Army Achievement Medal
Army Reserve Component Achievement Medal (with 2 Silver and 1 Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters)
National Defense Service Medal (with 1 Bronze Service Star)
Afghanistan Campaign Medal (with 1 Bronze Service Star)
GWOT Expeditionary and Service Medal
Humanitarian Service Medal
Armed Forces Reserve Medal (with Gold Hourglass and M Device)
Army Service Ribbon
Overseas Service Ribbon
Army Reserve Components Overseas Training Ribbon with Numeral 4
NATO Non-Article 5 Medal
Hawaii National Guard Service Ribbon
Hawaii National Guard State Active Duty Ribbon (with 4 Kahili)
Hawaii National Guard Humanitarian Service Ribbon (with 1 Kahili)
Hawaii National Guard Hurricane Iniki Ribbon
EFFECTIVE DATES OF PROMOTION:
Second Lieutenant 29 July 1984
First Lieutenant 29 July 1987
Captain 19 November 1989
Major 06 November 1995
Lieutenant Colonel 26 October 2000
Colonel 22 May 2006
Brigadier General 14 January 2015
Major General

 

Please be mindful that AFCEA Hawaii is under contract with the Club and will have to pay for no-shows

Webmaster

Email: webmaster@afcea-hawaii.org

Phone: 808-386-7424

How to get onto Fort Shafter

AFCEA Hawaii luncheons are accessible to the public.  You do not need a vehicle sticker or badge to get onto Fort Shafter. To get on base simply provide your drivers license, current vehicle registration and insurance card at the main gate to be issued a day pass.

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Directions to Hale Ikena Officers Club, Ft Shafter (Bldg 711)

Hale Ikena Officers Club, Ft Shafter (Bldg 711)

Please be mindful that AFCEA Hawaii  is under contract with the Club and will have to pay for no-shows.

When you register, please give your name, the names of any guests (as separate RSVPs on the web site) and your contact email or phone number. Please RSVP no later than the Friday before the event at 1600.

Notes:
1. Seating for late registered and/or walk-in persons is not assured but we will do our best to assist.
2. RSVPs for this event as for all others must be considered as your commitment to pay unless the reservation is cancelled prior to 1600 hours on the Friday immediately preceding the event
3. We have initiated actions to recover luncheon costs from those who have reserved/registered for an event but then do not appear and pay at the luncheon, i.e. a “No Show”. We regret that we take such measures but whether you show or not, we must pay the club based on the head count we provide the club on the reservation deadline. That count is based entirely on the RSVP which each of you give us and which is your commitment to pay. We know you understand our position.
4. Attendees are not permitted to photograph, record, or videotape any portion of the AFCEA Hawai`i Luncheon Presentation. Failure to comply with this policy shall result in confiscation of devices or material, removal of the individual(s) and administrative action under government guidelines. Attendees understand that AFCEA Hawai`i and authorized Speaker representatives may conduct interviews and take photographs and/or audio/video tape any portion of the Luncheon. These photographs, videos and recordings are for use by AFCEA Hawai`i and the Speaker only.