Major General, Military
Hello, I'm Al Aycock.
Al Aycock's Bio:
--NACD Governance Fellow
--Army Emergency Relief Board, 09-12
--Chancellor's Advisory Board, Fayetteville State University, 04-06
--Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce Board, 03-06, President's Award
--Sustainable Sandhills, 03-06, Founding Member
--Regional Land Use Advisory Committee, Sandhills NC, 03-06
--Special Warfare Museum Board, 95-03
Army Installation Operations. (Facilites, P&L Business, Environment, and Services). --Director of Operations, Assistant Chief of Staff, Installation Management, The Army Staff, 2011-now
--Deputy Commanding General and Chief of Staff at US Army Installation Management Command from 2009-2011.
--Commanding General, US Army Installation Management Command, Korea, 2006-2008.
--Garrison Commander, Fort Bragg, NC, 2003-2006.
Joint and Combined Special Operations.
--Commanding General of Special Operations Command, Korea with collateral duty as Deputy Commanding General of the US and Republic of Korea Combined Unconventional Warfare Task Force and CG, United Nations-Korea Special Operations Forces, 2008-2009
--Operations Officer, The US Joint Staff, Special Operations Division, 1990-1992.
Special Forces Operations.
--Deputy Chief of Staff, Operations (G3) for Army Special Operations Command during the highest level of deployment in the history of the force, 2000-2003.
--Assistant Chief of Staff and Commanding General's Speechwriter, 1998-1999.
--Battalion S3, 3rd Battalion, 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne), 1988-1989,
--Detachment Commander, Operational Detachment Alpha-584 (Military Freefall), 1987-1988.
Special Forces Training.
--Battalion Commander for all Special Forces advanced skills training including Military Freefall, Underwater Operations, Sniper, Close Quarters Urban Combat, and the Army Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape (SERE) course, 1996-1998.
--Inspector General of the Special Warfare Center and School, 1995-1996.
--Executive Officer for the Special Forces Battatlion responsible for executing the Special Forces Qualification Course, 1993-1994
--Company Commander for all Special Forces Qualification Course field training and the culmination exercise of Green Beret training, 1992-1993.
Airborne Infantry Operations.
--Company Commander, 82nd Airborne Division, Company E, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 1984-1985.
Al Aycock's Experience:
Director of Operations, Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management, The Army Staff at US ArmyJune 2011
Board Member at Army Emergency Relief Headquarters2009 - 2012
Deputy Commanding General and Chief of Staff, IMCOM at US ArmyFebruary 2009 - June 2011
Commanding General at Special Operations Command, Korea2008 - 2009
Commanding General at Installation Management Command, Korea2006 - 2008
Garrison Commander at Fort Bragg, North Carolina2003 - 2006
Deputy Chief of Staff, Operations at US Army Special Operations Command2000 - 2003
Student/Fellow at "US Army War CollegeJuly 1999 - June 2000
Selected for the Advanced Strategic Art Program of the US Army War College
Assistant Chief of Staff at US Army Special Operations Command1998 - 1999
Battalion Commander at 1st Special Warfare Training Group (Airborne)1996 - 1998
Inspector General at US Army Special Warfare Center and School1995 - 1996
Battalion Executive Officer at 1st SWTG(A)1994 - 1995
F Company Commander at 1st SWTG(A)1992 - 1993
S3 at 3rd Bn, 5th Special Forces Group1988 - 1989
Company Commander at 82nd Airborne Division, 504th Infantry, Company E1984 - 1985
Captain at USMA Parachute Team1974 - 1978
Al Aycock's Education:
US Army War College1999 – 2000Master of Strategic Studies
Duke University1996 – 1998CertificateConcentration: Nonprofit Management
Fayetteville State University1994 – 1996M.EdConcentration: Education
United States Military Academy at West Point1974 – 1978Bachelor of Science