James Doty Military Person
James H. Doty Jr. (1961-)(Brigadier General), US Army Reserve, is a senior defense official serving in the Department of the Army and is considered one of the Nation's foremost experts in military land force organizational development and force management. Doty recently completed serving as the Director of Force Management, Office of the Chief, Army Reserve (12/2005-12-2008). He was selected for promotion to Brigadier General in the United State Army Reserve and to command the 420th Engineer Brigade (see also Texas A&M University, the G.H.W Bush Library, and the 17th Congressional District of Texas) as a member of the Army Reserve (Bryan, TX). He was also appointed as a Senior program Analyst for Manpower and Force Management in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army, Manpower and Reserve Affairs. Prior to coming to Washington Doty commanded the Combat Support Training Center, the Army's eighth largest installation comprising Fort Hunter Liggett, Camp Park, Moffett Field and the B.T Collins support center in California a vast facility of 200,000 acres (810 km) and nearly 2,000,000 square feet (190,000 m) of facilities.
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