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TCM Mobile

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TCM Mobile will provide centralized management and governance for the Army's mobile learning initiatives (apps standards and authoritative source content), manage requirements for a mobile application hosting environment, and provide a single interface on mobile issues related to training and education throughout the Army.

Meet the TCM Mobile

TCM Mobile Profile PictureLTC Harris has served the Army in a wide array of assignments throughout his diverse Army career. He currently serves as the TCM Mobile where his team has been chartered by the TRADOC Commander to perform five specific mobile missions that include: identifying wireless infrastructure requirements in support of training and education; assist in identifying mobile device requirements for TRADOC's Centers of Excellence and Schools; establish and maintain governance and policy for mobile application development; identify funding streams to support TCM Mobile; develop and maintain a mobile apps process and hosting capability. He was commissioned through the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, Greensboro, NC (NC A&TSU) in 1997 where he earned a Bachelor of Science in IT: Electronics. LTC Harris earned his MA in Information Technology Management from Webster University in 2012. LTC Harris is a Joint Qualified Officer (JQO). Prior to his current assignment, he served as an Operations Action Officer for the Joint Staff J3 (J33), Deputy Directorate for Nuclear, National and Homeland Defense and Current Operations, a Field Artillery Battery Commander in the 82nd ABN Division, MiTT Team Chief and various other staff positions at the platoon, battery, battalion and brigade levels. Joe has also served as an ITA Division Chief on the Army Staff, HQ DA in the Pentagon.


Our mobile initiatives, coupled with highly dynamic learning content accessible via mobile devices, will allow Soldiers, leaders and Army civilians the ability to learn faster and adapt more quickly than our adversaries.

  1. Support mobile app nominations.
  2. Validate completed apps for TRADOC compliance and vulnerability requirements.
  3. Develop mobile apps internally.
  4. Train centers and schools on mobile app development.
  5. Manage the front-end of the TRADOC Application Gateway (TAG).
Last Reviewed: 1/27/2016 3:41:29 PM