Gross, Ray, COL

Chemical (Officer)
 
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Current Service Status
USA Retired
Current/Last Rank
Colonel
Current/Last Service Branch
Chemical Corps
Current/Last Primary MOS
74A-Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear
Current/Last MOS Group
Chemical (Officer)
Primary Unit
1991-1992, US Army Materiel Command (AMC)
Previously Held MOS
7318-Organic Chemist
7314-Chemical Staff Officer
7315-Chemical Combat Service Support Officer
51S-Research and Engineering
47A-USMA Professor
51A-Systems Development
Service Years
1963 - 1992

Chemical Corps

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   1991-1992, US Army Materiel Command (AMC)

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Washington, DC
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 US Army Materiel Command (AMC) Details

US Army Materiel Command (AMC)
The U.S. Army Materiel Command (AMC) is the primary provider of materiel to the United States Army. The Command's mission includes the research & development of weapons systems as well as maintenance and parts distribution. It was established on 8 May 1962 and was activated on 1 August of that year as a major field command of the U.S. Army. Lieutenant General Frank S. Besson, Jr., who directed the implementation of the Department of Army study that recommended creation of a "materiel development and logistics command", served as its first commander. AMC operates research and development engineering centers; Army Research Laboratories; depots; arsenals; ammunition plants; and other facilities, and maintains the Army's prepositioned stocks, both on land and afloat. The command is also the Department of Defense Executive Agent for the chemical weapons stockpile and for conventional ammunition. AMC is responsible within the United States Department of Defense for the business of selling Army equipment and services to allies of the United States and negotiates and implements agreements for co-production of U.S. weapons systems by foreign nations. AMC is currently headquartered at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama, and is located in approximately 149 locations worldwide, including more than 49 American States and 50 countries. AMC maintains employment of upwards of 70,000 military and civilian employees. The 2005 Base Realignment and Closure Commission decision relocated AMC to Redstone Arsenal in Alabama. Personnel began relocating to Redstone in 2006 and the command was completely relocated by summer 2011, effecting one in every six AMC employees across the command, or approximately 11,000 people in 25 states. AMC was previously headquartered on Ft. Belvoir, VA, for approximately fifty years.
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US Army Materiel Command (AMC)

Acevedo, Angel, MAJ, (1982-2002) Major
Provost, Robert, CSM, (1986-2008) Sergeant
Trujillo, Victor, SFC, (1985-2008) Sergeant
Harrold, Lyman, LTC, (1969-1992) OD 90A Lieutenant Colonel
Roberts, Welford, LTC, (1974-1997) MS 68N Lieutenant Colonel
Owen, Steven, MAJ, (1973-2007) AG 42B Major
Gabrielson, Charles, COL, (1984-2008) IN 11B Captain
Marshall, Edward, LTC, (1984-2004) CM 74C Captain
Matcek, Gary, LTC, (1971-Present) MS 72A Captain
Christianson, Robert, CW4, (1971-1993) OD 911A Chief Warrant Officer 4
Montgomery, William, CW4 AV 153B Chief Warrant Officer 4
Martin, Dennis, 1SG, (1966-1992) QM 92Z First Sergeant
Frazier, Jeremy, MSG, (1969-1993) QM 76Z Master Sergeant
Brundy, Joseph, SGM, (1977-2008) QM 76Y Sergeant First Class
Sharpless, Jerry, 1SG, (1971-1995) QM 76Y Sergeant First Class
Harville, Jeffrey, SFC, (1989-2010) OD 63E Staff Sergeant
Jacobs, Allen, SGM, (1985-Present) SC 33Y Staff Sergeant
Taylor, Jimmy, CW4, (1983-Present) QM 43E Staff Sergeant
Williams, Archie, SFC, (1984-2005) FA 13F Staff Sergeant
Haynes, Samuel, SGT, (1984-1996) AV 15Q Sergeant
Holland, Jake, SFC, (1986-Present) OD 55D Sergeant
Sage, Gregory, SFC, (1985-2005) SC 33Y Sergeant
Bequette II, Eugene, CW2, (1988-Present) AV 67N10 Corporal
Ousley, Randy, SSG, (1987-1998) MP 31B-Q9 Corporal
Colburn, Brian, SSG, (1990-2008) MP 95B Specialist 4
Cox, Terry, SP 4, (1989-1996) MP 95B Specialist 4
Hasty, Mitchell, SFC, (1987-2008) AD 16P Specialist 4
Mosier, Jeffrey, SFC, (1990-2008) CH 56M Specialist 4
Sanders, Carla, 1SG, (1990-Present) AG 42A Specialist 4
Taylor, Wilfred, SGT, (1986-2005) AR 19K10 Specialist 4
Viney, Charles, MAJ, (1992-Present) MP 95B Specialist 4
Heath, Bill, MSG, (1985-2008) SC 33Y Staff Sergeant
Pitcavage, Ian, 1SG, (1990-2008) MP 31B Private

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