IMCOM has new deputy commander

| April 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

Luke Elliott
U.S. Army Installation Management Command

SAN ANTONIO — U.S. Army Installation Management Command Soldiers and civilians welcomed a new deputy commander to the organization during a ceremony at the Fort Sam Houston Theater on Joint Base San Antonio, Texas, March 28.



Brig. Gen. Jason Evans, who was joined at the ceremony by his wife, Machelle, officially assumed responsibilities as IMCOM deputy commander for operations.

Prior to arriving at IMCOM, Evans served as the adjutant general of the Army and executive director of the Military Postal Agency.

“Chelle and I are excited to have the opportunity to begin another chapter of our Army journey here in the great city of San Antonio,” said Evans. “I am particularly honored to be able to serve as a member of the Installation Management Command team, and to serve with the thousands of dedicated IMCOM professionals as we endeavor through inspired leadership to deliver programs and services to achieve the greatest positive impact for Soldiers, families, civilians and veterans.”

Lt. Gen. Michael Ferriter, commander, IMCOM, described many of the positions that Evans has served in throughout his career, but he brought special attention to his time as the commander of the U.S. Army Garrison, Fort Monroe, Va., from 2005 to 2008.

Ferriter also took time to praise Evans’ record.

“His advice, his counsel and his leadership really have shaped today’s Army, and today, we are glad to have him,” Ferriter said.

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