Fires Integration Cell (IC)

Chief Integration Cell

LTC Jeremy E. Jelly

LTC Jelly is the Chief of Integrations, Capabilities Development and Integration Directorate (CDID), Ft. Sill, Ok.

LTC Jelly was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in Field Artillery after graduating from Illinois State University in 1996. He served as the Troop Fires Support Officer, 1-1 Cavalry, 1AD, Buedigan, Germany, HSB Reconnaissance Survey officer/XO, Paladin Platoon Leader, and Battalion Assistant Operations Officer, 2nd BN, 3rd Field Artillery Regiment, 1AD, Giessen, Germany. LTC Jelly graduated the Field Artillery Advanced Course in 2000 and was assigned to the 101st Airborne Div (AASLT) serving as Battalion Fire Support officer for 2nd Battalion, 502nd Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Div (AASLT), Forward Deployed to Vitina Municipality, Kosovo, Battery Commander, Charlie Battery, 1st BN, 320th Field Artillery, 101st Airborne Div (AASLT), Ft. Campbell, Kentucky, Forward Deployed to Iraq for Operation Iraqi Freedom. In 2003, he was reassigned to 1st Battalion, 30th Field Artillery, Fort Sill, OK as the Senior Officer Basic Course Fire Support Instructor and Basic Fire Support Branch Chief, Senior Instructor/Writer. In 2007, LTC Jelly deployed to Iraq as a Combat Advisor/Deputy CG/Effects Advisor and Executive Officer for the 5th Iraqi Division Military Transition Team Forward Deployed to Baqubah, Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom 07-08. In 2009, he attended the Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth, KS.

Following CGSC, he served as the Brigade Fire Support Coordinator, 4th BCT, 101st Airborne Div (AASLT), Ft. Campbell, Kentucky, Battalion Executive Officer, 4th Battalion, 320th Field Artillery Regiment, 4th BCT, 101st Airborne, Forward Deployed in Paktika Province, Afghanistan. Upon redeployment, LTC Jelly was reassigned to 1-290th FA, 205th IN BDE, Camp Atterbury, IN and served as the Battalion Executive Officer/BDE Assistant S3. In 2012, he was selected to command 1-335th IN TsBN, 205th IN BDE, Camp Atterbury, IN. LTC Jelly’s most recent assignment was as the commander of 1st Battalion, 30th Field Artillery at Fort Sill, Oklahoma from 6 June 2014 to 10 June 2016.

LTC and Mrs. Zoey Jelly have 2 children, Cameron 15 and Renee 12

Deputy Chief of Integration Cell

Mr. Rob (R.D.) Harper

Mr. Rob (R.D.) Harper has 23 years of management and leadership experience as an Army Field Artillery and Acquisition officer. His background includes project management, DOTMLPF integration, testing, materiel acquisition management, military operations, software integration, human resource, and training management.

R.D. currently serves as Deputy, Integration Cell (IC) with the Fires Center of Excellence (FCoE) Capabilities, Development and Integration Directorate (CDID), Fort Sill, Oklahoma.

He also served as a Requirements and Concepts Specialist Subject Matter Expert in the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development (JCIDS) process.

While in uniform, R.D. served as the Executive Officer for TRADOC Capability Manager Cannon (Chief of Cannon Platforms), Fort Sill, Oklahoma. There he served as the senior military Field Artillery Acquisition Subject Matter Expert (SME) for the TCM-Cannon.

R.D. commanded HHS, 2-8 Field Artillery, 25th Infantry Division, in Fort Lewis, Washington.

R.D. is married to Raleah Harper. They have two children, Hannah (24) and Joshua (22). Both are attending college presently.

Master’s Degree (Materiel Acquisition Management), Florida Institute of Technology, Fort Lee, Virginia.
Undergraduate Degree (Audiology / Speech Pathology), Northeastern State University, Tahlequah, Oklahoma.


  1. Coordinate actions that requirement integration across the CDID Divisions, TCMs, the Fires Center of Excellence (FCoE) Directorates, as well as external Centers of Excellence (CoE) or other agencies.
  2. Ensure interoperability and commonality of related systems or functional capabilities for which the FCoE has proponency.


  1. Synchronize and maintain comprehensive plans to provide an integrated Fires capability to the Army.
  2. Integrate efforts of TCMs within the FCoE.
  3. Executive agent for Doctrine, Organization, Training, Materials, Leadership, Personnel, Facility, and Policy (DOTMLPF-P) synchronization throughout the FCoE.
  4. Maintain DOTMLPF-P synchronization plans ensuring all system/cross-system/integrated systems are synchronized.
  5. Plan, direct, manage, and coordinate activities supporting the DOTMLPF-P process, Program Objective Memorandum (POM), funding priorities and strategy, and Capability Portfolio Reviews (CPR).
  6. Oversee and coordinate the management of internal and external integration efforts for the Directorate, to include level I, II, and III coordination through FCoE, ARCIC, TRADOC, and DA Staffs.
  7. Serve as a member of other CoE's Integrated Capability Development Team (ICDT).
  8. Conduct monthly Futures Board for Commanding General decisions and information updates.
  9. Coordinate and synchronize industry engagements, i.e. quarterly Contractor's breakfast, Annual AUSA Symposium, program updates and/or business development meetings.