AMCOM Leadership

 

 

Commanding General

Commanding General

Maj. Gen. K. Todd Royar

Major General K. Todd Royar assumed command of the United States Army Aviation and Missile Command on June 10, 2019. As the commander, he leads more than 16,000 Soldiers and civilians in providing aviation, missile and test measurement and diagnostic equipment sustainment support to the Joint Warfighter to enable readiness.

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Deputy to the Commanding General

Missile Maintenance Officer

William P. Marriott

William Marriott was born into Naval Aviation in Pensacola, Fla., during his father’s service as a Navy helicopter instructor pilot. Upon graduation from the Naval Academy in 1979, he enjoyed a 26-year career as a Naval Aviator. After graduation from the Academy, he attended flight training in Pensacola, Fla., and Corpus Christi, Texas, and was designated a Naval Aviator in November 1980.

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Chief of Staff

Chief of Staff

Col. Rick Zampelli

Colonel Rick Zampelli graduated from the U.S. Military Academy and was commissioned as an Aviation Officer in 1994. Throughout his 25-year career, he has served in several command and staff assignments at a variety of levels, including multiple operational deployments in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom. In his current position, he serves as the Chief of Staff, U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command, Redstone Arsenal, Alabama.

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Command Sergeant Major

Command Sergeant Major

Command Sgt. Maj. George M. Dove

Command Sgt. Maj. George M. “Mike” Dove is a native of San Angelo, Texas. He enlisted in the Army in 1994. He attended Advanced Individual Training at Fort Rucker, Ala., and upon completion was awarded the Military Occupation Specialty of 67V, OH-58C Observation Scout Helicopter Repairer. In 1996, he reclassified to 15U as CH-47D Medium Lift Helicopter Repairer.

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Aviation Branch Maintenance Officer

Aviation Branch Maintenance Officer

Chief Warrant Officer 5 Michael D. Cavaco

Chief Warrant Officer 5 Michael Cavaco began his military career in the U.S. Army Reserve in 1994 as a Mobile Subscriber Communication Repairer (MOS 31F), and served two years with the 455th Field Hospital in Providence, R.I. In 1996, he was accepted into the Initial Entry Rotary Wing training program where he graduated in the top 10 percent of his class as an OH-58D Kiowa Warrior Scout Pilot. In 2001, he attended the OH-58D Kiowa Maintenance Test Pilot Course and has been a Maintenance Officer since, furthering his qualification as a Maintenance Examiner in 2006.

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Missile Maintenance Officer

Missile Maintenance Officer

Chief Warrant Officer 4 Araceli R. Rial

Chief Warrant Officer 4 Araceli R. Rial began her military career in the U.S. Army in 1994 as a Patriot Missile Crewmember (MOS 16T) with 2-7 Air Defense Artillery Battalion, Fort Bliss, Texas. She went on to serve with 5-7 in Defense Artillery in Hanau, Germany and 1-56 in Defense Artillery Battalion at Fort Bliss, Texas as a Drill Sergeant. In 2005, she received her Warrant Officer appointment as an Air and Missile Defense System Technician (MOS 140E). She has held various positions all over the world such as Battery Maintenance Technician, Tactical Director, Battalion Readiness Officer and Support Operations Officer at locations that include Korea, Germany, Fort Bliss, Texas, Fort Bragg, N.C. and Fort Sill, Okla. Her most recent assignment, CW4 Rial served as the Support Operations Officer In Charge with 10th U.S. Army Air and Missile Defense Command at Kaiserslautern, Germany.

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Mission

AMCOM develops and delivers responsive aviation, missile and calibration materiel readiness to the United States Army in order to optimize joint warfighter capabilities at the point of need.

 

Vision

Mission First, People Always, enabling synchronized aviation, missile and calibration materiel enterprises providing unmatched capability for the Army and the Nation.

 

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