Maj. Gen. Jason Evans will assume command of U.S. Army Human Resources Command from Maj. Gen. Thomas Seamands at a ceremony to be held at the Lt. Gen. Timothy J. Maude Complex Friday at 10 a.m. U.S. Army Deputy Chief of Staff/G-1, Lt. Gen. James McConville will officiate.

Upon relinquishing command of HRC, Seamands will depart for new duties in Washington, D.C.
Seamands assumed command HRC June 5, 2015. His strategic vision and foresight affected a myriad of Army personnel policies and initiatives that have significantly diversified the force, improved HRC's ability to identify and manage talent, communicate Army HR policies and programs and set conditions to man the total force.

Evans returns to HRC and Fort Knox from the Pentagon where he serves as director of Military Personnel Management under McConville. He spent almost two years at Fort Knox from 2011 to 2013 when he served as the adjutant general of the Army, U.S. Army Human Resources Command.
HRC is responsible for executing the full spectrum of human resources programs and systems to promote unit readiness; help develop leaders; and sustain the well-being of Soldiers, veterans and their Families. HRC is a leader in human resources support, balancing the needs of the Army with the needs of the Soldier.

To learn more about the U.S. Army Human Resources Command, visit Caution-www.hrc.army.mil.