Col. Jeff White enlisted in the Massachusetts Army National Guard in 1989 as a combat engineer. He received a Regular Army Commission as a second lieutenant in 1992 in the Corps of Engineers after graduating from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and was assigned to the 17th Combat Engineer Battalion, 2nd Armored Division, Fort Hood, Texas. As a combat engineer, he served as a line platoon leader, support platoon leader and assistant S3. In May 1995, White branch transferred into Army Aviation where he completed the Initial Entry Rotary Wing Course, the AH-64A Aircraft.., More
The TRADOC Capability Manager for Reconnaissance and Attack serves as the Army's centralized manager for capability development user activities and solutions that are applicable across all dimensions of doctrine, organization, training, materiel, leadership and education, personnel and facilities associated with Army Aviation manned reconnaissance and attack capabilities and their associated munitions.
TCM-R/A continually assesses manned reconnaissance and attack aircraft and munitions capabilities and effectiveness to ensure organizations are properly trained and equipped for success on the battlefield. TCM-RA is the user representative and capability counterpart to the project manager Armed Scout Helicopter, PM Advanced Attack Helicopter and PM Joint Attack Munitions Systems.
TCM-RA ensures all applicable capability development efforts and deliverables are completed in order to meet program level and Army milestones. TCM-RA ensures all aspects of tactics, techniques and procedures and training associated with assigned systems are synchronized and complete to provide a smooth transition of the capability to the field. TCM-RA continually evaluates and assesses maturing technologies for applicability in mitigating capability gaps for the manned reconnaissance and attack fleets.
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