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Battalion Commander

LTC Devin Hammond

Lieutenant Colonel Devin Hammond entered the Army at Fort Benning, GA, in April 1998 as an Infantryman. He served a combined three years of active enlisted military service in both 1st Ranger Battalion and the 101st Pathfinder Company. After his active duty enlistment, he transferred to the Virginia Army National Guard where he served until August 2002 as a Team Leader in 1st Battalion, 116th Infantry, 29th Infantry Division.

LTC Hammond was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the Infantry in 2004. He served as a Stryker Platoon Leader in 2nd Battalion, 1st Infantry Regiment, 172nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, both in garrison and forward deployed to Mosul and Baghdad, Iraq. Upon returning to Ft. Wainwright, Alaska, he served as the HHC Executive Officer for 1-24 Infantry. After completion of the Maneuver Captain’s Career Course in 2007, LTC Hammond was assigned to 5th Ranger Training Battalion, where he served as an Assistant S3 and Ranger Instructor. LTC Hammond then moved to Ft. Stewart, Georgia, where he served as the S4. In 2010, while deployed to Al Asad Airbase, Iraq, he assumed command of B Co, 3-7 Infantry. In 2011, LTC Hammond then assumed a second company command, commanding HHC, 3-7 Infantry.

Following his second command, LTC Hammond assessed into the Acquisition Corps in 2013. After attending the Foundation Course, he served as the 734th Contracting Team Leader until he transferred into the Command and General Staff College (CGSC) at Fort Leavenworth, KS. Following completion of CGSC, LTC Hammond graduated from the Naval Postgraduate School with a follow-on assignment to the 921st Contracting Battalion. LTC Hammond served as the 617th Contracting Team Leader, as well as the Deputy Division Chief for the Supply, Logistics Readiness Center, Information Technology, and Kwajalein Division. LTC Hammond deployed in support of Khaan Quest 18 in Mongolia, one of USARPAC’s Theater Security Cooperation Program exercises. Following this exercise, LTC Hammond served as the Chief of Support Operations for the Battalion and also as the Executive Officer for the 921st Contracting Battalion. He next served as the Acquisition Branch Chief in the International Engagement and Acquisition Division in the Logistics and Engineering Directorate at NORAD and USNORTHCOM. He is currently dual-hatted as the Director of MICC Ft. Stewart and as the 904th Contracting Battalion Commander.

 

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Deputy Director of MICC

Mr. David M. Hale

 

 

Mr. David M. Hale is the Deputy to the Commander for the 904th Contracting Support Battalion (CSB) at Fort Stewart, Georgia. The 904th CSB is subordinate to the 419th Contracting Support Brigade and Mission Installation Contracting command and is responsible for leading and providing oversight of approximately 27 personnel with an annual execution of over $94 million. Mr. Hale is DAWIA Level III certified in contracting and has over 15-years of acquisition experience. Prior to this assignment he served as the Mission

Division Chief, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, Contracting Officer, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, Small Business Professional, Fort Sam Houston, Contract Specialist, Fort Leonard Wood and Government Purchase Card Coordinator, Fort Leonard Wood. Mr. Hale also deployed to Afghanistan to support Army Contracting Command between 2019-2020 supporting over 12,000 U.S. and coalition forces.


As the Deputy to the Commander, he serves as the organization’s primary advisor and subject matter expert for determining the approaches and methods necessary to carry out assignments, including designing overall plans and strategies for executing the Army’s

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Senior Enlisted Advisor

Temporarily Vacant