By Curt Keester 22 October 2019
The Director of Installation Management Command – Directorate Training discussed how IMCOM contributes to Soldier, civilian and family readiness, installation readiness and strategic power projection in the strategic support area during his visit to the Army War College last week.
Vincent Grewatz, Director of ID-T, and, Corey Perry, ID-T Command Sergeant Major, presented service at IMCOM as an opportunity for senior leaders to make a difference in the lives of Soldiers, civilians and families during his lecture in Wil Washcoe Auditorium on Friday, Oct. 18, 2019.
Grewatz noted that IMCOM’s efforts remain nested in Army senior leader priorities of people, readiness, modernization and reform. Soldier and family programs are a significant portion of what IMCOM does to enable garrison commanders to build resilience and take care of their communities. From developing infrastructure to running a city, IMCOM delivers base operations support.
Following his lecture, Grewatz met individually with USAWC students to answer questions and learn more about them as they consider joining the IMCOM team.
Earlier in the day, Grewatz met with Lt. Col. Courtney Short, Garrison Commander, U.S. Army Garrison Carlisle Barracks, and Garrison program directors during a lunch hosted by Morale Welfare and Recreation at the Letort View Community Center.
During the lunch, Grewatz and Perry answered questions and provided senior leader perspective on a variety of subjects like assessing outputs, challenging the status quo and leadership development of civilian personnel.