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Retired Army Lt. Gen. Joseph Martz to Serve as ACT I Senior Adviser; Michael Niggel Quoted

Jeff Brody
Joseph Martz

Joseph Martz, a retired U.S. Army lieutenant general, has been appointed a senior adviser for Advanced Concepts and Technologies International under a partnership with Martz & Associates Consulting.

Martz retired from military service in 2014 and established his own consulting firm in 2015, ACT I said.

The 36-year Army veteran serves as president and CEO of Martz & Associates, where he brings military training development and support experience to assist defense sector clients.

“Joe is a strategic thinker with experience in requirements, acquisition and resources management having commanded at all levels from field operations, major commands and Headquarters Army," said ACTI CEO Michael Niggel.

Martz is an advisory board member at American Corporate Partners, a nonprofit organization that aims to help service members transition from military to civilian life.

He has also served as senior observer and after action review facilitator for two U.S.-South Korea combined forces command's theater-level exercises that take place annually in the latter country.

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