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Fort Sill announces next commanding general, ADA commandant

Major General Brian McKiernan (Source U.S. Army) Major General Brian McKiernan (Source U.S. Army)
Brigadier General Randall A. McIntire (Source U.S. Army) Brigadier General Randall A. McIntire (Source U.S. Army)

FORT SILL, OK (KSWO) -Fort Sill has announced there will be a new commanding general assigned to the post this summer. 

Major General Brian McKiernan is currently assigned to Fort Meade, Maryland. General McKiernan previously served at Fort Sill as the commandant of the Field Artillery school and as the chief of Field Artillery in 2012 and 2013. He will replace Major General John Rossi, whose next assignment has not been announced. 

Fort Sill has also announced that Brig. Gen. Randall A. McIntire will serve as the new commandant of the U.S. Army Air Defense Artillery School. He will also serve as the chief of the ADA at Fort Sill. Brig. Gen. Christopher Spillman is being reassigned to Fort Bliss where he’ll serve as the commanding general of the 32nd Army Air and Missile Defense Command.

A date has not been set for a change of command ceremony for either position. 

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