Deputy Commanding Officer
Colonel Jarrold M. Reeves, Jr.
Colonel Jarrold M. Reeves, Jr. is a native of Atlanta, Georgia. He graduated from Presbyterian College in Clinton, South Carolina in 1982 and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the Infantry. In 1985, through the Army’s Force Alignment Program, he was branch transferred to the Quartermaster Corps. He holds a Masters Degree in Military Arts and Science from the US Army Command and General Staff College and Masters in Strategic Leadership from the Army War College. His military education includes the Infantry Officer Basic Course, Airborne School, Mortar Platoon Leaders Course, Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicle Commanders Course, Quartermaster Officer Advanced Course, Combined Arms Service Staff School, Rigger School, US Army Command and General Staff College, and the Army War College.
Colonel Reeves served as a Mechanized Platoon Leader, BN Support Platoon Leader and Company Executive Officer with 1st/30th Infantry, 3rd Infantry Division in Schweinfurt, Germany from 1983 till 1985. In 1986 he attended the Quartermaster Officer Advanced Course followed by assignment at Fort Lee as the Assistant S2/3 for the 23rd Quartermaster Brigade, Commander of the 16th Field Service Company and as TAC officer/Instructor for the Quartermaster Officer Basic Course. Following his assignment to Fort Lee, he served as the Aide de Camp to Commander Defense Fuel Supply Center and as Leader Development Officer at the US Army Total Army Personnel Command. From 1992-1993, he attended the US Army Command and General Staff College. In 1993, he served as the S2/3 for the 260th Quartermaster Battalion (POL) when it deployed as the MSB in support of 3rd Brigade 24th Infantry Division (MECH) for “Desert Hammer”, the initial test of force XXI digitization during an NTC rotation. In 1994, he became the Group Support Operations Officer for the 24th Corps Support Group at Fort Stewart, GA and deployed to SW Asia with the Unit for Operation Vigilant Warrior. From 1995-1998, he was selected to serve as the J4 Plans Officer for the Special Operation Command Pacific, at Camp Smith, Hawaii. In July of 1998, Colonel Reeves arrived to Fort Hood and served as the Chief of Plans and Operations in the III Corps G-4. In June of 1999, he assumed command of the 553rd Corps Support Battalion in the 13th COSCOM and led them on a Mission Rehearsal Exercise in support of 49th AD and three National Training Center Rotations in support of the Army’s only force XXI Division, 4th Infantry Division. After command, he served as the G-4 for 4th Infantry Division. From July 02 to June 03, he attended the Army War College at Carlisle, PA. Arriving in Kaiserslautern, Germany in July of 2003, he served as the Chief of the Distribution Management Center (DMC) and G-3 for the 21st Theater Support Command. He took command of the 200 Materiel Management Center in July of 2004 and transformed the Center into the 200 Theater Distribution Brigade providing Theater Materiel and Distribution Management and providing Brigade Command for three Battalions – 1/214 Aviation Regiment, 2/502 Aviation Regiment, and 21st Troop Support Battalion. In APR 07, he was selected as the Deputy Commander of the 3rd Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) (3 ESC), formerly the 3rd COSCOM. In APR 07, he arrived at Fort Knox, KY as part of the ADVON team for the 3 ESC as the 3 COSCOM relocates from Weisbaden, Germany to Fort Knox and transforms from a COSCOM to a Sustainment Command (Expeditionary).