Lt. Gen. Thomas Horlander outlines the Army's fiscal 2017 budget during a briefing at the Pentagon on Feb. 9, 2016
US Army’s comptroller on managing the budget of the largest armed service
Mr. Daniel Garrido
COL Brian A. Smith
FY 2018 Assistant Secretary of the Army, Financial Management and Comptroller Outstanding Financial Management Team Award
(Army Command Level)
LTG Horlander KOCO Interview
Soldiers with 75th Ranger Regiment
Low crawl trainees
Idaho Live fire gunnery
Green Beret snipers
U.S. Army AH-64 Apache helicopter,
116th Cavalry Regiment
M1A2 Abrams tank
SSG(P) Njoroge, the 2019 Finance and Comptroller NCO of the Year, mans the ASA (FM&C) booth at the National PDI; 29-31 May 2019. He represented the members of the 136th Finance Disbursing Section (FDS) who landed on Omaha Beach in June, 1944. He is wearing an authentic WWII combat uniform with kit. On his field desk are Invasion Francs from D-Day.
SSG(P) Njoroge and COL LaSala at the ASA (FM&C) Booth at the National PDI; 29-31 May 2019
COL LaSala presenting “Finance and Comptroller Support to Large-Scale Ground Combat (LSGC); from D-Day to Today” at the National PDI; 29-31 May 2019. The briefing’s purpose was to demonstrate the similarities of support provided during Operation Overlord and the support required in Multi-Domain Operations and LSGC.  The briefing also highlighted the rigors Finance and Comptroller Soldiers can expect to face on a highly contested battlefield.
MAJ(P) Carl Moses and SSG(P) Njoroge provide information on Finance Operations in WWII and current efforts such as; Financial Reform, Fiscal Stewardship and the Commander’s Accountability and Execution Review (CAER) Program, and Finance and Comptroller Support to Multi-Domain Operations and Large-Scale Ground Combat.
Mr. Dave Lakin, Chief Strategic Communications, ASA (FM&C) Strategic Initiatives Group, engages PDI attendees on Financial Reform, Fiscal Stewardship, and the CAER Program.
Members of the 136th Finance Disbursing Section, who landed on Omaha Beach on D-Day and D+1, established the first finance office on the Continent, in Vierville, France.  They brought 450K Francs ashore and provided pay and disbursing support to the Allied Invasion and follow-on operations.
Combined Joint Task Force (CJTF) "Operation Inherent Resolve" (OIR) Financial Management Team (CJ8), stationed at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait.  The 2018-2019 OIR HQs is largely sourced by the 18th Airborne Corps HQs from Fort Bragg, NC.   The current CJ8 team, led by Colonel Chip Kirby, Director, CJ8 and Master Sergeant George Gamble arrived in Kuwait September 15, 2018.   (Photo: Courtesy CJTF Public Affairs)