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Colonel David H. Wayne 
Quartermaster Hall of Fame

Colonel David H. Wayne 

Colonel David H. Wayne is known to the Quartermaster Corps as a consummate mentor, Asia specialist, and petroleum expert. Beginning with his graduation from the Quartermaster Officer Basic Course in 1968, Colonel Wayne has served in a variety of petroleum operations and support units beginning as the operations officer of the U.S. Army Petroleum Depot, Japan.  While serving in Vietnam, he served as the Commander, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1st Supply & Services Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division.  Other commands included Commander, 7th Supply and Transport Battalion, 7th Infantry Division, and from 1991 to 1993, Colonel Wayne commanded the U.S. Army Natick Research Development and Engineering Center, Natick, Massachusetts.  Key staff assignments included Division G-4, 7th Infantry Division, Petroleum Plans Officer, Rapid Deployment Joint Task Force, Southwest Asia Plans Officer, DCSLOG, Joint Petroleum Officer, CENTCOM during Operation Desert Shield/ Storm, and Director, Asia-Pacific and the Americas, U.S. Army Security Assistance Command.  Since his retirement in 1998, Colonel Wayne serves as a consultant to U.S.and European defense suppliers. 

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