Mr. Scott Ebell assumed the position of Chief of Staff for the 63rd Regional Support Command (RSC) in January 2013. Mr. Ebell manages and directs RSC operations for a seven state region that provides personnel, information management, facilities and equipment support to Army Reserve units. Previously Mr. Ebell served as Executive Director, Navy Region Midwest. He provided executive leadership and management of a large, complex, geographically dispersed command arrayed throughout a 16-State region. Mr. Ebell provided overall direction, planning, execution, program management and service delivery of all plans, programs and operations. He supervised multi-discipline civilian and military directors and the 3,173 member workforce who used a $437 million annual budget and $7 billion of infrastructure to support several large, diverse military installations, 35 Reserve Centers and other unique military facilities that enabled mission execution of tenant commands.
Mr. Ebell served as Programs and Plans Director, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing. He was the Commanding General’s executive representative who identified issues and conquered complex challenges for unprecedented, politically sensitive and highly visible transformation initiatives, valued at $24 billion that positively affected all US forces in two combat zones and all Marine forces throughout the Pacific.
Mr. Ebell served as Director, Training Support Activity Korea. He provided executive leadership to the 462 member workforce of an independent field operating agency comprised of a headquarters and numerous geographically dispersed subordinate units positioned throughout the country. He managed an annual budget of $30 million and utilized $300 million in equipment to help ensure the combat readiness of 30,000 forces.
Mr. Ebell also served as Branch Chief and Program Manager, Combined Forces Command/US Forces Korea. He led the Transformation, Training, Exercises, Experimentation, and Certification programs, valued at $9 billion that supported 37,000 forces and positively affected the United States-Republic of Korea Alliance.
Mr. Ebell served as Chief of Staff, US Army Garrison Fort Irwin. He directed all installation management functions for a large, complex installation with numerous multi-mission tenant commands that supported 20,000 permanently assigned and rotational training forces.
Mr. Ebell served 20-years in the US Army in various command and staff positions in war, crisis, contingency and garrison environments both in the United States and overseas.