Brigadier General Michael A. Stone

Assistant Adjutant General – Installations, Michigan National Guard

Brigadier General Michael A. Stone is the Assistant Adjutant General for Installations, Michigan Army National Guard and serves as Michigan’s Dual Status Commander for domestic response situations. He is responsible for Army armories and installations, strategic level cyber, Selective Service, the Michigan Youth Challenge Academy and National Guard employment initiatives.

General Stone was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in 1989, designated as the Distinguished Military Graduate, through the University of Detroit Reserve Officer Training Corps program. He possesses a Bachelor of Arts degree in History, cum laude, from the University of Detroit, where he attended on a full academic scholarship. He also possesses a Juris Doctorate, cum laude, from the Detroit College of Law (now Michigan State University School of Law) as well as a Master of Science, Strategic Studies from the United States Army War College. He previously commanded the 1776th Military Police Company in Taylor, Michigan, the 1-182nd Field Artillery Battalion in Detroit, Michigan, and he recently served as the Deputy Brigade Commander of the 177th Military Police Brigade in Taylor, Michigan. General Stone has deployed three times as a member of the National Guard; serving as a Military Police Officer in Iraq during Operation Desert Storm, in support of Operation Joint Endeavor and most recently in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.