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MAJOR MIKE ALABRE FAREWELL LUNCHEON

By Ms. Megan Quick, DLS Communications Team

(Left to Right) Mr. Glenn Maravillas, Deputy Project Lead DLS, MAJ Mike Alabre, Assistant Product Manager, and Mr. Stanley Davis, Project Lead DLS.
Ms. Megan Quick, DLS Communications Team
(Left to Right) Mr. Glenn Maravillas, Deputy Project Lead DLS, MAJ Mike Alabre, Assistant Product Manager, and Mr. Stanley Davis, Project Lead DLS.

On 16 May 2016, the Distributed Learning System (DLS) team bid farewell to MAJ Mike Alabre. MAJ Alabre was awarded the Meritorious Service Medal and the DLS Certificate of Appreciation for his support and contributions toward the training of Soldiers and DA Civilians. For the past four years, MAJ Alabre served as the Assistant Product Manager (APM) for DLS. As the APM for DLS, MAJ Alabre was responsible for the program’s life cycle sustainment, planning, and execution. He served as the military conduit for the Soldiers in the field for all matters dealing with the fielding of the Deployed Digital Campus. MAJ Alabre also served as the Army Learning Management System Contracting Officer Representative. These systems provide education and training access to Soldiers, units, and organizations by using web-based and video tele-training capabilities supporting the Warfighter. MAJ Alabre will continue his distinguished military career as the APM for Combat Engineer and Material Handling Equipment (CE/MHE) for the TACOM Life Cycle Management Command (LCMC). He will be responsible for providing the primary mission equipment to the Army's combat engineer brigades and material handling equipment to all Army organizations. CE/MHE is the life-cycle manager for over 200 various type-classified systems covering a worldwide fleet of approximately 20,000 vehicles. These programs support the current engineer forces within Stryker (Heavy) and Infantry Brigade Combat Teams, engineer support companies, vertical and horizontal companies, asphalt and concrete teams, and multirole bridge companies.

Posted June 02, 2016