WARREN, Mich. (March 29, 2011) - U.S. Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command announces the appointment of K. Krewer as chief counsel of the TACOM LCMC Legal Office, as well as promotion to the Senior Executive Service. Krewer replaces Emily Bacon who retired in April 2010.

Krewer assumes responsibility for the TACOM Legal Office which provides legal and business counsel to the commanding general of TACOM, the program executive officers, the deputy commanders and personnel in Warren; Anniston Army Depot, AL; Red River Army Depot, TX; the Joint Manufacturing and Technology Center of Rock Island Arsenal, IL; Sierra Army Depot, CA ; and Watervliet Arsenal, NY; as well as tenant elements throughout the organizations relating to general law, acquisition and business law, depot and arsenal law, intellectual property law, litigation, military law, conflicts of interest, standard of conduct and all other legal matters related to the activities of the U.S. Army TACOM LCMC.

"This is great news for our team because along with her extensive legal expertise, Ms. Krewer has all the right skills to help strengthen the LCMC," said Major General Kurt Stein, commanding general, TACOM LCMC. "She brings with her a wealth of knowledge and experience from her most recent position with Army Sustainment Command."

Krewer has 30 years of experience in the Army legal field, having served as chief of business law for Army Sustainment Command at Rock Island Arsenal, and chief of the TACOM-Rock Island Legal Group. She earned her law degree from the University Of Iowa College Of Law, a master's degree in strategic studies from the Army War College, and a bachelors degree from Upper Iowa University.

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

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---About The U.S. Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command
The mission of the TACOM LCMC is to develop, acquire, field and sustain Soldier and ground systems for America's warfighters. If a Soldier eats it, wears it, drives it, or shoots it ...the TACOM LCMC develops, provides, or sustains it. With over 24,000 employees at approximately 100 locations around the world, the TACOM LCMC plays a vital role in the Army's efforts to sustain, prepare, reset, and transform its operations.