BMC takes on new name of Joint Modernization Command

David Burge | El Paso Times | Feburary 12, 2017

A key organization at Fort Bliss that spearheads Army modernization efforts continues to evolve and broaden its mission. The Brigade Modernization Command, which plans, organizes and runs modernization exercises, has changed its name to the U.S. Army Joint Modernization Command. The organization, with about 250 soldiers and civilians, made the announcement Friday while it was celebrating its sixth anniversary of being known as the BMC. The modernization organization has been at Fort Bliss since June 2006 and was originally called the Future Force Integration Directorate.

El Paso Times | 2/12/2017


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