Major General Daniel D. Boyack
The Adjutant General
Utah National Guard
General Boyack is the Commander for both the Utah Army and Air National Guard where he is responsible for the command, control and operations of plans and programs affecting more than 7,500 Utah National Guard personnel. formulating, developing, and operations of plans and programs affecting more than 7,500 Utah National Guard personnel.
As the Commander of the Utah National Guard, he is responsible for the training, preparation and deployment of Soldiers and Airmen in support of combat operations worldwide. General Boyack is the principal advisor on all National Guard issues, responsible for both the federal and state missions of the Utah National Guard and serves as the official channel of communication with the National Guard Bureau, Department of the Army, Department of the Air Force, Utah Emergency Management and State Partnership Program.
Boyack began his career with the Utah Air National Guard in 1994. He was commissioned through the Air National Guard’s Academy of Military Science in 2000. He graduated in 2001 from Joint Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training, where he was selected as the Distinguished Graduate and awarded the Commanders Trophy. General Boyack is a veteran of several military operations. Prior to his current position, he served as the A3 Director of Operations, Headquarters, Utah Air National Guard. General Boyack serves as the Vice-Chair to the Director of the Air National Guard’s National Strategic Planning System Steering Committee. He also serves as the Director of the National Guard Bureau Commander’s Leadership Course. He is also responsible for working with a wide variety of Federal, State and local authorities in all aspects of the operations, personnel, equipment and funding of the Utah Air National Guard.