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Brig. Gen. Brian Cumming Assigned as Ground Combat System PEO

U.S. Army Brig. Gen. Brian Cummings, formerly program executive officer for soldiers, has been assigned as PEO for ground combat systems.

He will succeed Maj. Gen. David Bassett, who will serve as the service branch’s PEO for tactical command, control and communications, the Defense Department said Monday.

Cummings held various staff and command roles within the 1st Infantry Division and 101st Airborne Division such as rifle platoon leader, scout platoon leader, company executive officer and infantry company commander.

The 31-year Army veteran also served as executive officer to the the deputy chief of staff for combat developments at the Army Acquisition Corps, product manager for the Land Warrior Program at PEO Soldier, associate director for early test bed engineering at the Missile Defense Agency and deputy PEO for combat support and combat service support.

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