DAC-NG

AcronymDefinition
DAC-NGDeputy Assistant Commandant - National Guard
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Lieutenant Colonel Scott Fowler (DAC-NG), (573) 563-7676 or <scott.fowler1@us.army.mil>.
Army Reserve [USAR] colonel), the Deputy Assistant Commandant--National Guard (DAC-NG) (an Army National Guard lieutenant colonel), two training developers (a USAR major and a USAR master sergeant), a combat developer (a USAR lieutenant colonel), and another total force integrator (a USAR lieutenant colonel) who is now serving as the director of the Incident Response Training Detachment.
There are currently six authorized Active Army Reserve positions-the deputy assistant commandant-Reserve Component (DAC-RC) (an Army Reserve colonel position), the deputy assistant commandant-National Guard (DAC-NG) (an Army National Guard lieutenant colonel position), three training developers (Army Reserve major, master sergeant, and lieutenant colonel positions [the lieutenant colonel is currently serving as the Director of the Incident Response Training Detachment in a temporary assignment]), and one combat developer (Army Reserve lieutenant colonel position).
There are currently six authorized Active Army Reserve positions--the deputy assistant commandant-Reserve Component (DAC-RC) (an Army Reserve colonel position), the deputy assistant commandant-National Guard (DAC-NG) (an Army National Guard lieutenant colonel position), two training developers (Army Reserve major and master sergeant positions), and two combat developers (Army Reserve lieutenant colonel positions) (one of these lieutenant colonels is currently serving as the Director of the Incident Response Training Detachment in a temporary assignment).
Five of these positions are filled--the Deputy Assistant Commandant--Reserve Component (DAC-RC) (a USAR colonel position), the Deputy Assistant Commandant-National Guard (DAC-NG) (an Army National Guard lieutenant colonel position), two training developers (USAR major and master sergeant positions), and two combat developers (USAR lieutenant colonel positions).