Brig. Gen. David C. Walsh, Commander of Marine Corps Systems Command, officiated the ceremony in Warfighter Park at Naval Support Activity- Orlando.
Reynolds assumed command of PM TRASYS on April 22, 2022 and is the Marine Corps Systems Command’s executive agent assigned to manage acquisition and life cycle support of Marine Corps ground training systems, devices, and training support services. At PM TRASYS, Reynolds commands a staff of nearly 180 personnel, including Marines, civilians and support contractors located globally with professional expertise across the areas of program management, engineering, training facilities engineering, logistics, instructional systems design, procurement, contract management, cost estimation, budget and financial management, live, virtual, constructive integration, and business operations.
Reynolds previously served a year as an Executive Fellow at Microsoft Corporation in Washington, D.C., through the Secretary of Defense Executive Fellowship Program and his research papers on Mixed Reality were published in the Marine Corps Gazette and in the U.S. Naval Institute’s Proceedings Magazine.
He holds an Associate of Science in Drafting & Design Technology, a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology from West Virginia Institute of Technology, and a Master of Science in Project Management from Colorado Technical University.
Photos by Cole Dynes, US Marine Corps
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