News: Chief of master planning division earns IMCOM Stalwart Award
Story by Sgt. Amie McMillan
FORT BRAGG, N.C. – Glen W. Prillaman, chief of the master planning division at Fort Bragg was awarded the Stalwart Award for the Atlantic Region in recognition of his hard work and dedication for the Army.
“While my name is the one that is on the award, the award is really a team award. The IMCOM award was due to some very fine work performed by the hard working Master Planning Division and the entire Directorate of Public Works Team. I am just one member of that team,” said Prillaman.
The United States Army Installation Management Command (IMCOM) honors soldiers and civilians every year who exemplify the mission of the organization.
“To oversee resource allocations for all Installations Support activities, including budget formulation, control and execution; accounting policy; funding of manpower resources; developing installation support agreements; monitoring the Government Travel Card Program an providing accountability to the American Public.”
He was presented with a Stalwart Medallion, shadow box and certificate of achievement by the IMCOM Commanding General Lt. Gen. Mike Ferriter and Command Sgt. Maj. Earl Rice in San Antonio, Texas.
Prillaman, a 32-year employee of the Master Planning Office who worked his way through the ranks, began as a GS-5 career intern in 1980. In 1985, he was promoted to the Chief of the Master Planning Branch, and in 1996, was promoted to Chief of the Master Planning Division.
“The most rewarding part of my job is being able to work with an extremely talented team of professionals who know their jobs, are self-motivated, and are committed to building facilities that first and foremost meet the needs of our Soldiers and their Families, but also adhere to Fort Bragg's unique architectural character,” said Prillaman.
In his time with the Master Planning Office, Prillaman has witnessed a multitude of changes at Fort Bragg and Camp Mackall, and seen Fort Bragg grow from an installation of about 23 million square feet, to one that is about 49.5 million square feet today.
“Together with all of the Directorate of Public Works Team, we have helped transform Fort Bragg into one of the finest installations in the world in terms of facilities for our Soldiers and their Families,” he added.