General John M. “Mike” Murray is the commander, Army Futures Command. He is responsible for leading a team of Soldiers and civilians to streamline the Army’s modernization enterprise under a single command. The command enhances efficiency and effectiveness in delivering the technology necessary to maintain the Army’s competitive advantage and win wars.
Mike is from Kenton, Ohio, and was commissioned as an Infantry officer in the U.S. Army upon graduation from the Ohio State University in 1982. Prior to taking command at AFC, he integrated Army funding, fielding, and equipping actions to meet current and future military force requirements. He has a history of leading in Texas, having commanded a brigade combat team during Operation Iraqi Freedom within one of the most decorated combat divisions of the U.S. Army, which happens to be from Fort Hood. As a commander, he has offered support for global efforts such as U.S. Forces Afghanistan and Seventh Army in Germany.
"Fiscal Year 20 Strategic Fires Study", The Research and Analysis Center (TRAC)
"Analysis of Aviation Overhaul Requirements to Support Combat Operations in the Afghanistan Theater of War", PEO Aviation: Multi-National Aviation Special Project Office
Mr. Robert Ward, Center for Army Analysis (CAA)
MAJ Kurt Klingensmith, The Research and Analysis Center (TRAC)
"Representation of Next Generation Squad Weapons Capabilities in Combat Modeling", Tel Pickett, The Research and Analysis Center - White Sands Missile Range (TRAC-WSMR)
available in early October 2021