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Deputy Garrison Commander 
 
Deupty Commander 

Mr. Edward "Doug" Earle
Deputy Garrison Commander

Mr. Doug Earle entered federal civilian service in June 2008 after more than 30 years service in the U.S. Army.   He was commissioned as a second lieutenant in August 1975 from the University of Virginia, and following a two year educational delay to attend graduate school at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2LT Earle attended Transportation Officer Basic in 1978. Rising through the ranks to the grade of colonel, he served in a wide variety of command and staff logistical positions culminating in command of the 296th Forward Support Battalion at Fort Lewis, Wash. in 1994-1996 and command of the United States Army Garrison at Fort Eustis, Va. in 2000-2003.

His principle staff assignments included G4 of the 2nd Infantry Division in Korea, and Deputy Region Director for IMCOM Europe. During his military career, COL Earle served two tours in Germany and one in Korea. He is also a graduate of the US Army Command and General Staff College (1989) and the US Army War College (1997). At the time of his retirement, COL Earle was assigned as Resource Division Chief in the Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff, Installation Management in the Pentagon.
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