Raised in San Diego, California, Col. Mike Demirjian graduated from San Diego State University and joined the U.S. Army in 1989. Completing Warrant Officer Candidate School and Rotary Wing Flight Training, he served as an AH-1 and OH-58 Pilot in Command and Unit Trainer at Fort Carson, Colorado, and Camp Page, Korea. Following his assignment in Korea, Demirjian attended Officer Candidate School and was commissioned as an Aviation Officer in September 1994. More
TRADOC Capability Manager for Reconnaissance and Attack develops and manages doctrine, organization, training, material, leadership and education, personnel, facilities and policy solution sets in support of Army capabilities. TCM RA continually assesses manned RA and all unmanned aircraft systems, weapons, payloads, and munition capabilities and their effectiveness to ensure the Army is properly equipped, organized, and trained for success on the battlefield.
TCM RA coordinates with applicable capability developers, material develops, test and evaluation personnel, Army commands, units, and Department of the Army and Joint Staffs on issues influencing the organization, fielding, deployment and sustainment of manned RA aircraft, all unmanned aircraft and aerial munitions capabilities, while meeting Army/organization timelines. We are the user's representative for all aerial munitions, manned and unmanned Reconnaissance platforms, and UAS.
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