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Maj Gen Robert Ferrell

Maj. Gen. Robert Ferrell reported to duty as the Army's new CIO/G-6 on Jan. 6, after being confirmed by the Senate and promoted from the rank of major general on Dec. 20, a CIO/G-6 spokesperson confirmed.

Ferrell previously served as commanding general of the Army Communications- Electronics Command and Aberdeen Proving Ground in Aberdeen, Md. He now is working at the CIO/G-6 offices in the Pentagon.

Ferrell, a native of Anniston, Ala., has served in the Army for 36 years, including nearly two years at CECOM.

He succeeds Lt. Gen. Susan Lawrence, who retired in October. At CECOM, Chief of Staff Col. Charles Gibson will serve as acting commander until a new commanding general is named, Bob DiMichele, CECOM public affairs officers, told the Baltimore Sun.

Posted by Amber Corrin on Jan 06, 2014 at 12:35 PM


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