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William T. Wade (born 22 October 1932) was a lieutenant colonel in the United States Army Reserve with the rank of brigadier general who served as deputy director of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Wade was born in Evanston, Illinois, and graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1956. He was commissioned an infantry officer in the United States Army, completing Infantry Officer Basic Course at Fort Benning in 1959.
Wade initially served with the 3rd Infantry Division, during which he also attended the United States Army Command and General Staff College. After attending the Infantry Officers Advanced Course in 1960–1961, he joined the 8th Infantry Division. During the next two years, he earned the Combat Infantryman Badge, Ranger tab, and other designations. He also served as the executive officer of the 1st Battalion, 108th Infantry.
In 1964, Wade joined the Department of the Army as a student at the National War College. He completed that course in 1966, as well as the Army War College in 1968.
In 1967, he was appointed a student instructor at the Army War College. From 1974 to 1977, he was a member of the United States Army Department of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. From 1977 to 1981, Wade was a student in the Joint Special Operations Forces Senior Noncommissioned Officer Course, a post he again held in 1986.
From 1981 to 1984, Wade was a senior noncommissioned officer at the United States Military Academy.
He joined the United States Army Reserve as an operations officer of the 1st Battalion, 198th Infantry Regiment at Fort Carson, Colorado, in 1984. In 1987, he was appointed a Regimental Operations Officer with the 33rd Infantry Division (United States), being stationed at Camp Eustis. He later served in the Office of the Adjutant General of Florida, and in the Office of the Adjutant General of the United States. In May 1995, he was promoted to the rank of lieutenant colonel and assigned as the deputy chief of staff, G3 for the U.S. Army Reserve Command.
In January 1998, Wade was appointed the deputy director of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Wade retired from the Army on 1 July 2001