Sgt. 1st Class William Dean Army combat engineer Sgt. 1st Class William Dean (left) trains Soldiers from the Nigerian Armed Forces Feb. 8. Dean is assigned to the Fort Bragg-based U.S. Army Security Assistance Training Management Organization (SATMO) and participated in the advise-and-assist mission in Nigeria during winter 2018. SATMO deploys U.S.-based teams to execute security assistance missions outside the continental United States. SATMO has successfully deployed training and advisory teams to every geographic combatant command, hence the motto “Training the World, One Soldier at a Time." Their mission is vital to achieving U.S. national security objectives and stability in various key locations throughout the world. For more information on how SATMO and its headquarters, the U.S. Army Security Assistance Command, supports U.S. Army Readiness and geographic combatant commands, visit www.army.mil/usasac or https://www.usasac.army.mil/usasatmo.aspx. Photo by Capt. James Sheehan (U.S. Army Africa)

Sgt. 1st Class Michael Kinzie and Staff Sgt. Harcel Rosado A Guatemalan general officer pins the Medalla Monja Blanca on Sgt. 1st Class Michael Kinzie and Staff Sgt. Harcel Rosado, right. Not shown is award recipient Chief Warrant Officer 4 Raul Espinoza. They were recognized for acts of brotherhood to the Central American nation.


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.


Mission & Vision


MISSION - USASATMO leads AMC's Security Assistance Enterprise training programs; plans, forms, prepares, deploys, sustains, and redeploys tailored CONUS-based Security Assistance teams to execute Security Assistance missions worldwide; advises and recommends Security Assistance related training solutions to U.S. Diplomatic Missions in order to build appropriate partner nation security sector capacity, support Geographic Combatant Command Theater Security Cooperation programs and strengthen U.S. Global partnerships.

VISION - A team of dedicated, adaptive, ethical and professional Soldiers and DA Civilians who are the Army's subject matter experts for Security Assistance training solutions across the entire Army Security Assistance Enterprise. An agile, flexible, responsive and cost-effective organization which provides tailored and specialized Security Assistance training teams that are a decisive component of Army Service Component Commander's regional engagement priorities, and are on the leading edge of today's globally responsive and regionally engaged Army.


Leadership



COL Eric C. Flesch
CW5 Kimm Jeffrey
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LTC Michael Alexander
Commander
Command Sergeant Major
Senior Warrant Officer Advisor
Deputy to the Commanding Officer
Executive Officer
COL Eric C. Flesch
CSM Michael J.
Lamkins
CW5 Jeffrey T.
Kimm
DCO Mark Moen
LTC Michael Alexander

 

 

 

 

 




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Contact USASATMO


Department of the Army
U.S. Army Security Assistance Training Management Organization
3832 Ardennes Road, Building C-3832
Fort Bragg, NC, 28310

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