About USASATMO


The U.S. Army Security Assistance Training Management Organization began as a part of the John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center's United States Army Institute for Military Assistance in 1974. Eventually growing into a Field Operating Agency, USASATMO served as the Training and Doctrine Command's executive agent for matters relating to overseas security assistance training management and support. On Oct. 9, 2010 a re-flagging/patching ceremony was held which transferred USASATMO from TRADOC to the Army Materiel Command as a subordinate organization to the U.S. Army Security Assistance Command.

The brigade-equivalent command is headquartered at Fort Bragg, N.C., and employs more than 260 Soldiers, Department of Army civilians and contractors who are deployed to more than 20 countries throughout the year to meet the requirements of the foreign nations requesting training assistance.


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  • Mission & Vision


    The Mission of USASATMO is to plan, form, prepare, deploy, sustain and redeploy CONUS-based Security Assistance Teams to execute OCONUS Security Assistance missions that support Army Security Assistance Enterprise missions.

    The Vision of USASATMO is to provide agile and flexible security cooperation teams in support of United States Army Campaign Plan and U.S. foreign policy and national security objectives.


    Leadership



    COL Joseph J. Bovy
    CSM Steven J. Green
    Commander
    Executive Officer
    Command Sergeant Major
    COL Joseph J. Bovy
    CSM Steven J. Green
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