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​COL Cary Harbaugh​​Kelly Ammerman​Vacant

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Director, Warrior Care Program (Care Coalition)

United States Special Operations Command

 

Colonel Cary C. Harbaugh is a native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He first served as an enlisted soldier and noncommissioned officer in Airborne and Special Operations units from 1978-1987. He was commissioned as a Distinguished Military Graduate through the ROTC program at The Ohio State University in 1987. His military education includes the Italian War College (Foreign Exchange); and the Army War College in Fellowship at the CIA where he also completed the National Clandestine Service's Graduate Studies Program.

Colonel Harbaugh's service has included deployments from Operations Just Cause and Desert Shield/Storm to Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom (Trans Sahel). From 2001-2004 he served as the Director of Intelligence (J2) at US Special Operations Command Europe. From 2007 to 2009 he served as liaison officer to the US Congress representing JSOC. In 2009 he assumed duties as the first Director/Commander of the Joint Intelligence Center, USSOCOM (JICSOC). After a NATO tour to Italy, he returned to USSOCOM in 2013 and now serves as the Director of USSOCOM's Care Coalition supporting Special Operations wounded, ill, and injured service-members and their families.

 Colonel Harbaugh is married to Daniela Di Ciccio-Harbaugh, a retired Army officer. They have four children: SSG(P) Robert Harbaugh, US Army; and daughters - Alexa, 18; Jesse, 16; and Mia, 13.

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Kelly Ammerman 

Deputy Director, USSOCOM Warrior Care Program

(Care Coalition)

 

 

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Senior Enlisted Advisor, USSOCOM Warrior Care Program

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