Command Performance 2018


Command staff from FORSCOM, the XVIII Airborne Corps and the US Army Special Operations Command (USASOC)  briefed the community on their recent and pending activities at the annual Command Performance Breakfast April 12. The event, which is presented by the Greater Fayetteville Chamber’s Military Affairs Council, was the first event to be held at a new venue, The Barn at McCormick Farms in Spring Lake, near Fort Bragg.

Our emcee was MAC Chairman Al Aycock. The breakfast featured presentations by U.S. Army Forces Command’s Assistant Chief of Staff, BG David T. Isaacson; COL Kyle Reed, Garrison Commander on behalf of LTG LaCamera, XVIII Airborne Corps Commander; and BG William B. Mason, Deputy Commanding General, US Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School, on behalf of US Army Special Operations Command.

Presentations focused on training, deployments, personnel changes, and any other notable activities during the past year. Speakers also conveyed their vision for their command, and how they see the military community interacting with the business community. Click to see an Overview of Fort Bragg Today. 

Presented with an award for his work on behalf of the military was former MAC and Chamber Chairman George Breece.

George Breece is a proud U.S. Army Veteran, a former Chairman of the Greater Fayetteville Chamber and former President/CEO of our Chamber and has served twice as Chairman of our MAC. George is also the Immediate Past Chairman of the North Carolina Military Affairs Commission and has served on numerous Military and Veteran Related Committee’s including American Legion Post 32 here in Fayetteville. He Co-Chaired the Sandhills State Veterans Cemetery Committee that raised over $376,000 for improvements to the Veterans Cemetery located next to Fort Bragg. In 2015, George was nominated by the Commander of the United States Army Special Operations Command and selected as a Fort Bragg Good Neighbor by the Commander of the XVIII Airborne Corps, LT. GEN. Joseph Anderson. There have been less than 15 individuals named a Fort Bragg Good Neighbor. George is the Executive Director of the National Association for the Advancement of Prosthetics in Washington, DC and help found that organization in 1987. George is married to the love of his life Dr. Dena Breece, who is a Department Chair and Professor at Methodist University.

Thank you George for all you have done, and still do!


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