Bio_LTC Spencer 6.12

Lieutenant Colonel G. Todd Spencer, USA
Commander, DCMA Indianapolis
Lieutenant Colonel G. Todd Spencer, US
Army, assumed duties as the Commander,
DCMA Indianapolis effective 24 June 2010.
LTC Spencer received a Regular Army
commission after graduating as the
Distinguished Military Graduate from the
University of Cincinnati in 1990. He has
graduated with honors from the Infantry
Officer Basic Course, the Ordnance Officer
Advanced Course, and the Combined Logistics
Officer Advanced Course, and is a 2003
graduate of the Command and General Staff
College at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas. He holds a BBA (Finance) from UC, a MS
(Business and Public Administration) from Boise State University, and a MBA
from Webster University. He is Level III certified in Contracting and Level II
in Program Management.
His previous assignment was with USTRANSCOM, a joint Combatant
Command at Scott AFB, IL, from 2006-2010, performing as a contracting
officer, executive officer, and Chief, R&D Contracting Branch. His first
assignment as an Army Acquisition Corps officer was with DCMA-GDLS at
the Joint Systems Manufacturing Center-Lima (OH) from 2003-2006. He
served as the deputy plant commander and tank program administrative
contracting officer (ACO), and as LOGCAP ACO with DCMA-Iraq in
Operation Iraqi Freedom (2004) (Babylon) and DCMA-Afghanistan in
Operation Enduring Freedom (2005) (K2,Uzbekistan and Kabul, Afghanistan).
As an Ordnance Corps and Infantry officer, his assignments include: Trainer to
the 116th Cavalry Brigade, Boise, Idaho; Commander, B Company, 426
Forward Support Battalion, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), Ft.
Campbell, KY; Materiel Readiness Officer, Eighth U.S. Army, Korea; and with
the 10th Mountain Division, Ft. Drum, NY, as Rifle Platoon Leader, Main
Support Battalion Maintenance Control Officer (Shop Officer), and MSB
Logistics Officer (S4). Operational deployments included Somalia and Haiti.
LTC Spencer’s awards and decorations include the Bronze Star Medal, Defense
Meritorious Service Medal (one oak leaf cluster), MSM (one OLC), Joint
Service Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal (2 OLC), Army
Achievement Medal (1 OLC), Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal (one
campaign star), Iraq (one campaign star) and Afghanistan Campaign Medals,
Humanitarian Service Medal (one star), Joint Meritorious Unit Award (third
award), Expert Infantryman’s Badge, Airborne Badge, Pathfinder Badge, and
Air Assault Badge. He resides in Carmel with his wife, Krista, and two sons,
Gary (12) and Calvin (9). Hobbies include family activities and Scouting.

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