Fort Campbell Reassignment Phone Number

Lieutenant GeneralDonald M. Campbell Jr. (born January 3, 1955) in Florida, He was the commanding general of U.S. Army Europe. He commanded U.S. Army Europe from December 1, 2012 to November 5, 2014.[1][2]

Biography[edit]

Campbell is a Distinguished Military Graduate of Kansas State University. Commissioned an armor officer in May 1978, his initial assignment was with the 2nd Battalion, 63rd Armor at Fort Riley, Kansas, where he served as a Tank Platoon Leader, Company Executive Officer, Battalion S1/Adjutant and Company Commander

In June 1984, he was assigned as a G1 (Personnel) Staff Officer at the 8th Infantry Division in Bad Kreuznach, Germany. In 1985, he was reassigned as the S3/Operations Officer for 4th Battalion, 69th Armor Regiment in Mainz, Germany. He was then selected as the Aide-de-Camp to the Commanding General, 8th Infantry Division in Bad Kreuznach. In June 1987, General Campbell was reassigned to Armor Branch, U.S. Army Military Personnel Center in Alexandria, Virginia, later renamed U.S. Army Personnel Command, where he served as the Captains' and later the Majors' Assignment Officer of the Armor Branch, Combat Arms Division.

Following graduation from the Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth in June 1991, he was assigned as the G3 (Operations) Chief of Plans Officer for 1st Infantry Division at Fort Riley, Kansas. He was then assigned as the Executive Officer for the 4th Battalion, 37th Armor Regiment, and later the 2nd Brigade S3/Operations Officer. In June 1994, General Campbell was selected to serve as the Executive Officer to the Commanding General, PERSCOM. After he was selected for battalion command, General Campbell served as the G3 (Operations) Assistant Training Officer for I Corps at Fort Lewis, Washington. In January 1996, he assumed command of 1st Battalion, 33rd Armor Regiment, a part of 3rd Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division at Fort Lewis. General Campbell next served as the Deputy Brigade Commander of 3rd Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division. His following assignment was as the Deputy Director of Staff Operations for the Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe in Mons, Belgium. He assumed command of the 1st Brigade, 4th Infantry Division, in June 2001, with the "Raider Brigade" as a key element in Task Force Ironhorse operations during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Following brigade command, he served as the Chief of Staff for 4th Infantry Division until June 2004.

Campbell then served as Deputy Commanding General-West for U.S. Army Recruiting Command from July 2004 through May 2005. In June 2005, he was selected to serve as the Chief of Staff, V Corps with duty as the Multi-National Corps Iraq Chief of Staff from January through December 2006. In July 2007 he assumed duties as the Deputy Commanding General, I Corps. Before assuming command of the U.S. Army Recruiting Command in May 2009, he was Commanding General, U.S. Army Armor Center and Fort Knox.

On March 10, 2011, it was announced that Campbell would take over as the III Corps and Fort Hood Commanding General from LTG Robert Cone.

Campbell took command of III Corps in Fort Hood, TX in April 2011. He held this position until Nov. 2012 when he relinquished command to go take charge of U.S. Army Europe, newly headquartered in Wiesbaden, Germany.[3]

Campbell is a graduate of the Armor Officer Basic Course, Infantry Officer Advanced Course, U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, and the U.S. Army War College. He holds a master's degree in Administration from Central Michigan University.

Campbell planned to move to North Carolina, where he and his late wife owned a house.[4]

Awards and decorations[edit]

His decorations include the Distinguished Service Medal with one Oak Leaf Cluster, Legion of Merit with three Oak Leaf Clusters, Bronze Star Medal with "V” device, Bronze Star Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal with silver Oak Leaf Cluster, Army Commendation Medal with two Oak Leaf Clusters, Army Achievement Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster, Combat Action Badge, Parachutist Badge, and Recruiter Badge.[5]

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Preceded by
Lt. Gen. Robert W. Cone
Commanding General of III Corps
April 22, 2011 – November 28, 2012
Succeeded by
Lt. Gen. Mark A. Milley
Preceded by
Lt. Gen. Mark Hertling
Commanding General, United States Army Europe
December 1, 2012 – November 6, 2014
Succeeded by
Lt. Gen. Frederick Hodges

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An exceptional Family Member is a Family Member (child or adult) with any physical, emotional, developmental, or intellectual disability who requires special treatment, therapy, education, training, or counseling. EFMP is a mandatory enrollment program that is based on public law and Department of Defense mandates. Both Army Community Service Exceptional Family Member Program and Blanchfield Army Community Hospital’s EFMP program work collectively to provide support to EFMP Active Duty Family members.

The BACH program helps identify and document Active Duty Family members who have special health care, education or other support needs. The documentation assists in obtaining special support services and determines the impact of such needs on the Soldier's assignments. All Active Duty Soldiers with OCONUS assignments must schedule a medical records screening for each Family member. This screening must be completed before Family travel application can be processed. Appointments are scheduled when Soldiers attend their levy briefing or by calling 270-798-8830. BACH EFMP personnel will also assist you in finding the services needed within community hospitals and schools. EFMP enrollment does not guarantee assignment deletions, deferments or compassionate reassignments. All Soldiers are still eligible for worldwide assignments and enrollment will not guarantee that a Soldier will not serve an unaccompanied tour.

ACS Services Provided:

EFMP at ACS will assist you in finding the services needed within our installation and community including information and referral, relocation assistance, Special Needs Accommodation Process Team, respite care, support groups, monthly family events, Camp We Can, special events, advocacy, unit/FRG briefings and IEP information.

  • Information (medical services, medically related services, social services, educational, and support groups) on/off post
  • World-wide relocation information (National, state and local agencies)
  • Special Needs Resource Team (coordination and placement of children, youth and teens with special needs seeking Child and Youth Services programs
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  • Special Needs/Autism Support Group for parents who have children with Special Needs
  • Special events (i.e., Two-week summer camp, holiday parties and cultural eve Respite care is available

System Navigation Services: A community support component of EFMP designed to connect Families with special needs, to the systems of care they need, on and off the installation.

Active Duty Army, Reserve and Guard Families are eligible for Systems Navigator assistance. All services are provided at no cost to Families. System Navigators are Army Community Service EFMP staff members employed at Fort Campbell and other installations. They are trained and knowledgeable about the systems of care used by Families with special needs. The Primary role of a System Navigator is to guide Families through the available systems of care.

For more information and assistance contact the ACS Exceptional Family Member Program 270-798-2727 or online.


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