Mission

JMC plans, prepares and executes Joint Warfighting Assessments and other concept and capability assessments, provides objective analysis and feasible recommendations to enhance Multi-Domain Command and Control and inform Army Modernization decisions. On order, conducts directed assessments in support of Cross Functional Teams.

Vision

The Army’s lead for warfighting concept and capability assessments, supporting modernization to ensure that future forces win in a complex world.

Who is Joint Modernization Command?

Joint Modernization Command plans and executes worldwide multi-echelon, joint, and multinational live experiments in support of the Army’s modernization strategy enabling a multi-domain operations-capable Army.

JMC is located in Fort Bliss, Texas, consisting of NCO and Officer Professionals from across the spectrum of warfighting functions.

There are three divisions within JMC supported by a complete General Staff and Simulations Center. The Multi-Domain Operations Group specializes in Multi-Domain Operations Concept and the concepts that support operationalizing MDO. Multi-Domain Command and Control focuses on the conceptual and technical interoperability to include joint and multinational. The Field Experiments Division ensures emerging technology and new capabilities are integrated into a realistic scenario. The three divisions are supported by the commanding general’s staff to put new concepts and capabilities in the hands of Soldiers and leaders providing user feedback to Army Senior Leaders for Modernization decisions.

commander

COL_MAGSIG_ASU-WEB.jpgColonel Tobin Andrew Magsig
Colonel Toby Magsig was commissioned in the Infantry upon graduation from the United States Military Academy in 1996. He served as a Platoon Leader and Company Executive Officer in 2nd Battalion, 187th Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division (AASLT) at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, and in 1st Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment in Savannah, Georgia.

After completion of the Maneuver Captains Career Course, COL Magsig served as the Aide-de-Camp for the Task Force Falcon Commanding General in Kosovo. He then commanded G Troop, 1st U.S. Cavalry Regiment (BRT) and HHC, 1st Battalion, 6th Infantry Regiment in 2nd Brigade, 1st Armored Division, Baumholder, Germany. Subsequently, he served as the Battalion Adjutant, Assistant S3 and A Company Commander in 1st Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment. 

Following completion of Command and General Staff College, COL Magsig served as the liaison officer, S3 and XO in 3rd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment. After three years in 3rd Ranger Battalion, COL Magsig moved up to the 75th Ranger Regiment HQ, where he served as the Senior LNO and Regimental S3. After leaving Fort Benning, COL Magsig commanded 1st Battalion, 501st Infantry (Airborne) at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, and commanded a Special Operations Advisory Group where he mentored and trained Afghan Special Operations Forces. 

Following a year at the Army War College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, COL Magsig served as the Division G3 for the 82nd Airborne Division before taking command of 1st BCT, 82nd Airborne Division from 2017-2019. Prior to assuming command of the Joint Modernization Command, COL Magsig served as the Executive Officer to the Commanding General, U.S. Army Forces Command.

COL Magsig’s operational experience includes a deployment to Kosovo in support of Operation Joint Guard, three deployments to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and nine deployments to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.

COL Magsig holds a Bachelor of Science from the United States Military Academy, a master’s in Organization Psychology from Columbia University, and a master’s in Strategic Studies from the Army War College. He is a graduate of the following military schools:  Airborne, Air Assault, Ranger, Pathfinder, Jumpmaster Course, IOBC, MCCC, CAS3, and CGSC. 

COL Magsig’s awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit, the Bronze Star Medal, the Purple Heart, the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, the Meritorious Service Medal, the Joint Service Commendation Medal, the Army Commendation Medal with “V” device, the Army Achievement Medal, the Expert Infantryman’s Badge, Combat Infantryman’s Badge, Master Parachutist Badge, Ranger Tab, and the Australian, German, Chilean and French Jump Wings.

command sergeant major

8-9-21, CSM Stockard.JPGCommand Sergeant Major William S. Stockard

Command Sergeant Major William S. Stockard enlisted in the Army in February 1999 as an Infantryman. CSM Stockard graduated from One Station Unit Training and Advanced Individual Training as an 11B Infantryman at Fort Benning, Georgia.

CSM Stockard’s duty positions have included Brigade CSM, 2BCT, 82nd ABN DIV; Battalion CSM, 2-504th PIR, 1BCT, 82nd ABN DIV; Operations Sergeant Major, 5-73 CAV, 3BCT, 82nd ABN DIV; First Sergeant, HHC, 1st BN, 503rd IN (ABN), Vicenza, Italy; First Sergeant, B Co, 2nd BN, 503rd IN (ABN), Vicenza, Italy; First Sergeant, 5th Ranger Training Brigade and Ranger Instructor, Dahlonega, Georgia; Platoon Sergeant, C Co, 2nd BN, 503rd IN (ABN), Vicenza, Italy; Scout Squad Leader and Rifle Squad Leader, 2nd BN, 503rd IN (ABN), Vicenza, Italy; and Scout Squad Leader, 3rd BN, 327th IN, Fort Campbell, Kentucky.

CSM Stockard deployed to Afghanistan for Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF VI, VIII, and XIII), Operation Freedom’s Sentinel and two deployments to Iraq for Operation Iraqi Freedom I (OIF I) and Operation Inherent Resolve. Overseas assignments include Vicenza, Italy, with the 173rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team (Airborne).

CSM Stockard’s military education includes the United States Army Sergeants Major Academy (Class 66), Advanced Noncommissioned Officers Course, Basic Noncommissioned Officers Course, and Primary Leadership Development Course. He has also attended the following schools: Ranger School, Jumpmaster School, Airborne School, Pathfinder School, Air Assault School and Mountain Warfare School.

CSM Stockard’s awards and decorations include the Bronze Star (3 Oak Leaf Clusters), Meritorious Service Metal (3 OLC), Purple Heart, Army Commendation Medal (1 OLC with “V” device), Army Commendation Medal (3 OLC), Army Achievement Medal (2 OLC), Army Good Conduct Medal (7th Award), National Defense Service Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal (4 Bronze Service Stars), Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal (with Arrowhead Device), Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon (with Numeral 5), Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon (8th Award), NATO Service Medal, Ranger Tab, Master Parachutist Wings (with Bronze Star), Pathfinder Badge, Air Assault Badge, Combat Infantryman Badge, Expert Infantryman Badge, Presidential Unit Citation, Valorous Unit Award, Meritorious Unit Citation (1 OLC), Italian Jump Wings and is a member of the Sergeant Morales Club.

The Joint Warfighting Assessment