PEO Soldier’s success in understanding and influencing business and government is largely due to the combined experience and achievements of our leadership team. The quality of the systems we develop and the continual technological advancement of the products we deliver uphold the integrity of PEO Soldier’s mission.
Brigadier General Paul A. Ostrowski graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1985. He earned a MS degree in National Resource Strategy, as part of the Industrial College of the Armed Forces from the National Defense University in June 2006. He graduated from Joint and Combined Warfighting School at the Joint Forces Staff College in 2000. Additionally, he earned a MS degree in Systems Acquisition Management at the Naval Postgraduate School in 1996.
Command Sergeant Major Douglas R. Maddi entered the Army in March 1988. His first duty assignment was with 2nd Battalion 75th Ranger Regiment at Fort Lewis WA. After serving a number of years at Fort Lewis he was stationed at the Florida Ranger Camp, Eglin Air Force Base in Florida where he served from 1995 to 1998 as a Ranger Instructor.
Mr. Timothy Goddette was selected for the Senior Executive Service in October 2013. As the Deputy Program Executive Officer for Soldier, he is responsible for the development, acquisition, fielding, and lifecycle support for Soldier programs and Soldier as a System concept.
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