RTC hosts ATEC Commanders Conference
By Ms. Christy Barnett (ATEC)March 18, 2019
The skies cleared just in time for a beautiful Spring-like week for the U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command (ATEC) Commanders Conference. The conference is held several times a year by Maj. Gen. Joel K. Tyler, commanding general of ATEC. The conference was held on Redstone Arsenal and hosted by the U.S. Army Redstone Test Center (RTC) Feb. 26 and 27.The conference was attended by all of ATEC's subordinate commanders, their technical directors and command sergeants major/senior noncommissioned officers, as well as the senior leaders of ATEC Headquarters.
During the conferences, ATEC senior leaders and directors discuss current resource management, logistics, and operational issues with the subordinate organization senior leaders.
The conference concluded with a tour of RTC facilities, including an orientation flight for attendees to view Redstone Arsenal from above. The tour also included a closer to look at test capabilities at RTC.
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