Army Forces Command Deputy Chief of Staff, G-4, to Discuss Deploying the Force at SFPC

Apr 22, 2024 | From HQ

SFPC Meeting

Don’t miss out on an unparalleled learning and networking experience at the Surface Force Projection Conference (SFPC), May 14-17, 2024, hosted by the National Defense Transportation Association (NDTA) and Christopher Newport University’s Center for American Studies (CAS). Act now and register today! The SFPC agenda, packed with prominent keynote speakers including Major General Lance G. Curtis, USA promises to illuminate the 2024 SFPC theme, “Ready Now – Contested Joint Force Deployments to & through Strategic Ports.” Be part of this vital dialogue at the 2024 SFPC. Time is of the essence – secure your spot now!

MG Lance G. Curtis, USA, Deputy Chief of Staff, G-4, United States Army Forces Command, will discuss: Deploying the Force: A View of Logistics and Transportation Force Deployment Challenges and Innovations.  

MG Curtis, currently serves as the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-4, at the United States Army Forces Command, Fort Liberty, North Carolina. In this role, he ensures Army forces are fully equipped, logistically sustainable, and ready to meet the requirements of combatant commanders worldwide. His previous assignments include Commanding General, 3rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command, Fort Bragg, North Carolina and Operation SPARTAN SHIELD, Kuwait; Deputy Director Operations, Plans, Integration HQDA G4, U.S. Army; Executive Officer, U.S. Army Materiel Command; XVIII Airborne Corps G4; Brigade Commander of 528th Sustainment Brigade (Special Operations, Airborne) of 1st Special Forces Command in U.S. Army Special Operations Command, and Battalion Commander of the 87th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion. SFPC attendees will have a unique opportunity to learn from his experience and leadership and engage with him in an interactive Q&A session following his presentation. 

Please visit the NDTA SFPC event website for updated conference information. Register to join the discussion and learn about the challenges associated with deploying forces in a contested environment through strategic seaports. SFPC 2024 is not to be missed! 

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