“We will touch the entire Army every single day and everything that it does. I am thrilled to be the commanding general of installation management command. I totally appreciate how lucky I am and I will not squander a single moment.”
- Lieutenant General Kenneth Dahl - Commander, U.S. Army Installation Management Command
Lieutenant General Kenneth Dahl became the Commander of the U.S. Army Installation Management Command November 3, 2015, in a ceremony on Fort Sam Houston, TX.
- Bachelor Degree from The United States Military Academy, West Point, NY
- Master of Arts in Social Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- Master of Arts in National Security and Strategic Studies from the U.S. Naval War College
- Served as a National Security Fellow in the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.
Most Recent Assignments:
- Deputy Commanding General for I Corps - Joint Base Lewis McChord, WA
- Deputy Commanding General-Support, United States Forces Afghanistan and also Commander of the United States National Support Elemen - Operation Enduring Freedom,Afghanistan
- Deputy Commanding General - Support, 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry)- Fort Drum, NY
- Deputy Commanding General - support and stability for Regional Command South - Kandahar, Afghanistan
- Assistant Deputy Director - Political Military Affairs, Middle East - Pentagon Joint Staff, J-5
- Deputy Director - Operations (Team 4) in the National Military Command Center - Pentagon Joint Staff, J-3
- Completed a Federal Executive Fellowship at the Brookings Institution where he focused his efforts on U.S. government interagency reform
- Defense Superior Service Medal
- Legion of Merit
- Bronze Star Medal (with 2 Oak Leaf Clusters)
- Defense Meritorious Service Medal
- Meritorious Service Medal (with 5 Oak Leaf Clusters)
- Joint Service Commendation Medal
- Army Commendation Medal (with 3 Oak Leaf Clusters)
- Army Achievement Medal (with 5 Oak Leaf Clusters)
- Air Assault Badge
- Senior Parachutist Badge
- Ranger Tab
- Combat Action Badge
Total Army Strong succeeds the Army Family Covenant, and provides a broader, tailorable platform from which commanders can deliver essential programs to support a ready Army. Commanders will have flexibility to prioritize and adjust installation programs and services regardless of geographic location or component. Total Army Strong continues and underscores the U.S. Army's commitment and responsibility to the total Army family -- Soldiers, family members and civilians.
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