FORT BRAGG, N.C. -- Mr. Addison “Tad” Davis IV, who has served for three years as the command executive officer for the U.S. Army Reserve Command, will leave his post with the Army Reserve on September 27.
Davis, who has served the Army and Army Reserve for 35 years, is taking a senior management position at Corvias Group, a fully integrated development, construction and property management firm that specializes in public-private partnerships with both the military and higher education.
“I’ve always had the desire to work in the private sector or for a non-profit following my public service,” Davis said.
Over the past three years, Davis has successfully accomplished several major projects on behalf of the Army Reserve. He was key in managing the relocations of the USARC headquarters from Atlanta to Fort Bragg and the headquarters of the Office, Chief of the Army Reserve from Crystal City, Va., to Fort Belvoir, Va. He also oversaw the construction of 125 new Army Reserve facilities while closing 179 aging facilities in support of the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure.
Davis’s long term planning initiated the Army Reserve Investment Strategy that synchronizes and executes the facilities investment agenda for the next 15 to 20 years. He was also key in developing the Army Reserve Sustain-ability and Energy Security program, that has ensured that energy expenditures today are the same as they were 10 years ago.
“I am pleased to have had the opportunity to work with key members of Congress and their staffs, engage community leaders across the country, and most importantly, have the opportunity to serve alongside the dedicated men and women, military and civilian, of the Army Reserve,” Davis said.
Davis has been engaged with a number of conservation, education, and business development initiatives in the Fayetteville, N.C., community. During his military career, he had a number of assignments within the airborne and special operations organizations and served as the Fort Bragg Garrison Commander from 2000 to 2003.
Ms. Rita Broadway will assume the duties as acting command executive officer until a permanent replacement is identified.