Maj. Gen. Scottie Carpenter Named Army Reserve Command Deputy Commanding General

Maj. Gen. Scottie Carpenter

Maj. Gen. Scottie Carpenter, commander of the U.S. Army Reserve‘s 84th Training Command, has been appointed as deputy commanding general of the Army Reserve Command and the Army Reserve unit within the Army Forces Command, the Defense Department said Monday.

Prior to his role as leader of the 84th Training Command, Carpenter held other leadership positions at the 211th Military Police Company, 171st Corps Support Group, 805th Military Police Company, 120th Army Reserve Command and the 311th Sustainment Command.

He also served in various roles with the 641st Area Support Group, 143rd, 103rd and 311th Expeditionary Support Commands, 81st Regional Readiness Command, 11th Military Police Brigade and the Theater Personnel Operations Directorate.

The major general completed the Military Police Officer Basic and Quartermaster Officer advanced courses at the Combined Arms and Services Staff School of the Command and General Staff College.

He holds a master’s degree in strategic studies and graduated the S-2 Combat operations Course from the U.S. Army War College.

This story was originally published on March 22, 2017.

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