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Allegiance  Canada
Name  Greg Maddison
Service/branch  Canadian Forces
Role  Coach

Years of service  1972-2005
Conference  Big Ten Conference
Rank  Vice-Admiral
Children  Bryan Mattison
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Born  August 6, 1949 (age 66) Truro, Nova Scotia (1949-08-06)
Commands held  HMCS Athabaskan First Canadian Destroyer Squadron Standing Naval Force Atlantic
Awards  Commander of the Order of Military Merit Meritorious Service Cross Canadian Forces Decoration
Team  Michigan Wolverines football
Education  Madison East High School, University of Wisconsin–La Crosse
Similar People  Brady Hoke, D J Durkin, Al Borges, Bryan Mattison, Doug Nussmeier

Vice-Admiral Gregory Ralph Maddison CMM, MSC, CD (born 6 August 1949) is a retired officer of the Canadian Forces. He was Chief of the Maritime Staff from 1997 to 2001.


Maddison joined the Canadian Forces in 1972. He became Commanding Officer of the destroyer HMCS Athabaskan in 1986, Director Maritime Operations Plans and Reserves in 1989 and Commander of the First Canadian Destroyer Squadron in 1991. He went on to be Commander of NATO's Standing Naval Force Atlantic in 1993, Assistant Chief of Staff (Personnel & Training) in 1994 and Chief of the Maritime Staff in September 1997. His last appointment was as Deputy Chief of the Defence Staff in May 2001 before retiring in 2005.


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