Branch Proponent Leaders

The branch proponent is the commandant or the chief of a branch of the Army with execution of training, leader development, education, and personnel responsibilities for their designated branch. Branch proponents support the role of the force modernization proponent and may change as the Army transforms. AR 5-22

Commandant
United States Army
Aviation School
MG David J. Francis
Commandant
United States Army
Intelligence School
BG Anthony R. Hale
Commandant
United States Army
Infantry School
BG David M. Hodne
Commandant
United States Army
Armor School
BG Kevin D. Admiral

Commandant
United States Army
Air Defense Artillery School
COL Richard A. Harrison
Commandant
United States Army
Engineer School
BG Mark C. Quander
Military Police School
Commandant
United States Army
Military Police School
COL Niave F. Knell
CBRN School
Commandant
United States Army
CBRN School
BG Daryl O. Hood

Quartermaster School
Commandant
United States Army
Quartermaster School
COL Michelle K. Donahue
Transportation School
Commandant
United States Army
Transportation School
BG James M. Smith
Commandant
United States Army
Field Artillery School
COL (P) Winston P. Brooks
Commandant
United States Army
Signal School
COL John T. Batson

Ordinance School
Commandant
United States Army
Ordnance
BG Michelle M. T. Letcher
Commandant
United States Army
Cyber School
BG Neil S. Hersey
Adjutant General School
Commandant
United States Army
Adjutant General School
COL Marcus A. Motley
Financial Management School
Commandant
United States Army
Financial Management School
COL Gregory R. Worley

The key difference—force modernization proponents are responsible for developing DOTMLPF–P requirements; branch proponents support force modernization proponents in developing those requirements and executing approved training, leadership and education, and personnel programs.