Brian Butler Promoted to Senior Executive Service and Named Executive Director, Integrated Logistics Support Center

WARREN,MICH. - Major General Kurt Stein, commanding general of the U.S. Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command announced Brian Butler’s promotion to the Senior Executive Service and named him as the Executive Director of the TACOM LCMC Integrated Logistics Support Center in Warren, Michigan.

"Brian brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience from his time as an Army lieutenant colonel commanding Sierra Army Depot in addition to his civilian experience as the TACOM LCMC Director, Industrial Base Operations," Stein said.

Prior to serving as Executive Director of the ILSC, Butler was director of the ILSC Industrial Base Operations Directorate and Director of the Program Management, Workloading and Analysis Directorate within the Industrial Base Operations Office. Before joining the Department of the Army as a civilian employee, Butler served for 20 years as an Army Officer. His military career with the Army included assignments in Germany, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Korea and Iraq. Butler's military career began in 1987 as Cavalry Scout Platoon Leader at Fort Knox, Kentucky.

Butler graduated in 1987 from Northern Michigan University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice.

The TACOM LCMC unites all of the organizations that focus on Soldier and Ground Systems throughout the entire life cycle.

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Mission Statement:
The ILSC will continue to provide weapon systems management and life cycle logistics support to the Soldier and ground systems enterprise.

Vision Statement:
What we do each day for our Nation and our Army as the TACOM Life Cycle Management's ILSC Team will demand our utmost in innovation, creativity, and ingenuity.

ILSC Core Competencies:
* Leadership
* Strategic Thinking
* Communication
* Organizational Climate