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Colonel Mike Demirjian

Director, TRADOC Capability Manager for Reconnaissance and Attack

Director, TRADOC Capability Manager for Reconnaissance and Attack

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.

Demirjian was subsequently assigned to Schweinfurt, Germany, followed by Fort Polk, Louisiana, Washington, D.C., Fort Irwin, California, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, Fort Bragg, North Carolina, Hunter Army Airfield and Fort Stewart, Georgia.

Demirjian has held a number of command and staff positions from Platoon Leader to Brigade Commander and JCS/OSD intern to Chief of Plans (G5). After completing the Senior Service College at the National War College, Fort McNair, Washington, D.C., in 2015, he was assigned as the Deputy Director of the Chief of Staff of the Army’s Coordination Group (CCG). Demirjian took command of Air Traffic Services Command (ATSCOM) and the 164th Theater Airfield Operations Group (TAOG) in June 2016.

Demirjian has deployed in support of Operation Joint Endeavor and Operation Enduring Freedom.

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