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Commanding General, U.S. Army Aviation Center of Excellence and Fort Rucker

Maj. Gen. William K. Gayler

Commanding General, U.S. Army Aviation Center of Excellence and Fort Rucker

Maj. Gen. William Gayler assumed duties as the Commanding General, U.S. Army Aviation Center of Excellence, Fort Rucker, Alabama, April 6, 2016. Gayler is a Distinguished Military Graduate of North Georgia College in Dahlonega, Georgia. There he received a Bachelor of Business Administration and was commissioned as an Aviation Officer in 1988. He holds two master’s degrees, one in Military Arts and Sciences and one in National Security Strategy. Maj. Gen. Gayler is a graduate of the Command and General Staff College and the National War College. More

Deputy to the Commanding General, U.S. Army Aviation Center of Excellence

Russell B. Hall

Deputy to the Commanding General, U.S. Army Aviation Center of Excellence

Selected to the Senior Executive Service in September 2001, Mr. Russell B. Hall is currently assigned as the Deputy to the Commanding General, U.S. Army Aviation Center of Excellence, Fort Rucker, Ala. In this capacity, Hall assesses and implements the commanding general’s strategic vision to integrate and align key organizational and program goals, priorities, and resourcing to successfully enable mission accomplishment. More

Deputy Commander, U.S. Army Aviation Center of Excellence

Col. David J. Francis

Deputy Commander, U.S. Army Aviation Center of Excellence

Col. David Francis is a native of Pennsylvania and received his commission from Gannon University, Erie, Pa. Francis has served in a series of command and staff positions. After graduation from Aviation Officer Basic Course and flight school, he served as an assault helicopter platoon leader and infantry liaison officer in the 2d Battalion (Assault), 2d Infantry Division, Camp Stanley, Korea, from 1990-1991. He then completed the Aviation Officer Advanced Course and proceeded to Fort Bragg, N.C. More

Chief of Staff, USAACE

Col. Allan M. Pepin

Chief of Staff, U.S. Army Aviation Center of Excellence

Col. Allan M. Pepin received his commission to second lieutenant of Aviation upon graduation from Wentworth Institute of Technology’s ROTC program in 1988, with a degree in architectural engineering. He attended the Aviation Officer Basic Course and graduated flight school in 1990 as an AH-1 rated Aviator. More

Chief Warrant Officer of the Aviation Branch

CW5 Joseph B. Roland

Chief Warrant Officer of the Aviation Branch

Chief Warrant Officer Five Joseph Roland is a native of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. He enlisted in the U.S. Marines in 1986 and completed USMC Basic Training in April 1986 at Parris Island, South Carolina. CW5 Roland attended the U.S. Army Warrant Officer Basic Course and U.S. Army Helicopter Flight Training at Fort Rucker, Alabama, in 1992. He completed UH-60 pilot qualification and was appointed a WO1 in October, 1993.  More

Command Sergeant Major, USAACE

Command Sgt. Major Gregory M. Chambers

Command Sergeant Major of the Aviation Branch

Command Sgt. Maj. Gregory M. Chambers is a native of Yakima, Washington. He entered the United States Army on November 2, 1987, and attended Basic Training at Fort Dix, New Jersey, and Advanced Individual Training at Fort Eustis, Virginia. More

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Garrison Commander, USAG Fort Rucker

Col. Shannon T. Miller

Garrison Commander, USAG Fort Rucker

Col. Shannon T. Miller is a native of Georgia and began her military career as a Chemical Officer graduating in 1992 as a Distinguished Military Graduate from Columbus State University, Columbus, Georgia.  Her initial tour of duty was with 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, where she served as the Battalion Chemical Officer, III/V Platoon Leader, and Company Executive Officer.  While serving with this unit, she was selected to attend Flight School in 1994 and upon completion of Initial Entry Rotary Wing School, she officially branch transferred into the Aviation Branch. More

Deputy to the Garrison Commander, USAG Fort Rucker

Dr. Beverly K. Joiner

Deputy to the Garrison Commander, USAG Fort Rucker

Dr. Bev Joiner began her civil service career at Fort Rucker, Ala. in 1984. Shortly after being hired as a clerk typist, she was selected for the Education Specialist Intern Program. As an education specialist intern in the Directorate of Training and Doctrine, she became familiar with Army Aviation and subsequently served as an education specialist at the Warrant Officer Career College and the Aviation Officer Advanced Course. In 1992, Joiner served as the child development services coordinator for the Directorate of Morale, Welfare and Recreation. More

Command Sergeant Major, USAG Fort Rucker

Command Sgt. Maj. William D. Lohmeyer

Command Sergeant Major, USAG Fort Rucker

Command Sgt. Maj. William D. Lohmeyer is a native of Louisville, Ky. He enlisted in the United States Army in 1991 as a 13B Cannon Crewmember. He completed One Station Unit Training at Fort Sill, Okla. Lohmeyer’s initial assignment was with Alpha Battery, 4th Battalion, 11th Field Artillery Regiment, 6th Infantry Division (L), Fort Wainwright, Alaska, where he served in every position from cannoneer to gunner on an M101A1 (105T) Howitzer. More

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