U.S. Army Human Resources Command welcomed Brigadier General Kris Belanger, a Wantage, New Jersey native, new Deputy Commanding General during an Investiture Ceremony June 1.
In her new role, Belanger will assist HRC’s commanding general, Major General Joseph Calloway, in executing the full spectrum of human resources programs that develop leaders, build Army readiness, and promote and sustain the well-being of Soldiers, veterans and their families.
Belanger is dual-hatted as HRC’s Director, Reserve Personnel Management Directorate, which is charged with increasing efficiency, transparency and accessibility when processing Army Reserve personnel actions.
“I’m excited for the opportunity to serve in such a prestigious organization at a pivotal time in our nation’s history. I especially look forward to being a value-added partner to the command, the Fort Knox community, and the U.S. Army Reserve,” said Belanger.
Most recently, Belanger served as the commander for the 85th United States Army Reserve Support Command in Arlington Heights, Illinois; a command consisting of over 4,000 Soldiers in 45 Army Reserve battalions across 25 states in direct support to First Army.