TRADOC Capability Manager Air Defense Artillery (TCM ADA)

Chief, TCM-ADA

COL Douglas E. White

TRADOC Capability Manager Air Defense Artillery Brigade and Counter-Unmanned Aircraft Systems COL Doug White is currently chartered as the Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Capability Manager Air Defense Artillery Brigade (TCM ADA BDE) within the Capabilities Development and Integration Directorate at the Fires Center of Excellence, Fort Sill, Oklahoma. He is responsible the doctrine, organization, training, materiel, leader development, facilities, and policy (DOTMLPF-P) integration and life cycle management of eight programs to include Avenger, Sentinel, Counter- Rocket Artillery and Mortar (C-RAM) systems, and the Indirect Fire Protection Capability Increment 2-Interceptor (IFPC 2-I). He also serves as the TRADOC’s lead for Counter-Unmanned Aircraft Systems (C-UAS) and Short Range Air Defense (SHORAD) efforts.

COL White was commissioned from the United States Military Academy, West Point, New York in 1991. Following commissioning, COL White served with the 3d Battalion, 43d ADA Regiment (Patriot), 11th ADA Brigade, Fort Bliss, Texas. During his tenure, he deployed twice to Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, in support of Operation Southern Watch serving as a Patriot Platoon Leader and Battalion Personnel Officer. Following the Advance Course, COL White transitioned to Divisional Air Defense and served with the 1st Battalion, 44th ADA Regiment (Bradley/Avenger), 4th Infantry Division, Fort Hood, Texas. He served as the Battalion Logistics Officer and Battery Commander during the Division’s Force 21 modernization and transformation mission. COL White returned to West Point as the Air Defense Artillery Branch Representative and Cadet Basic Training Operations Officer in the Department of Military Instruction. In this capacity, he developed a branch marketing strategy and executed the CBT leader development program. After attending the Air Command and Staff College, COL White served as the Executive Officer for the 4th Battalion, 3rd ADA Regiment (Bradley/Avenger), and 1st Infantry Division, Kitzingen, Germany, where he postured and deployed the battalion to Operation Iraqi Freedom II in Tikrit, Iraq.

He returned to a Patriot assignment serving as the Brigade Operations Officer for the 69th ADA Brigade (Patriot), Giebelstadt, Germany. During this tour, he planned and executed numerous allied theater security cooperation events including Exercise Juniper Cobra in Israel. He led numerous strategic missile defense security cooperation events with key European Allies while assigned to the US European Command, Stuttgart, Germany. Highlights include deploying an AN/TPY-2 radar to a strategic partner and leading US-Poland modernization efforts. COL White commanded a 1,000 Soldier composite battalion of the 4th Battalion, 5th ADA Regiment (Patriot/Avenger), 69th ADA Brigade at Fort Hood, Texas. During his tenure, the Patriot units assumed a seven and fourteen day Contingency Force Posture and prepared to deploy the CENTCOM Area of Operations while the Avenger units executed numerous gunneries, Stinger live fires, and JTF-North’s border patrol missions.

COL White deployed in support of the CENTCOM Area of Operations, and served as the Deputy, 32d AAMDC’s forward deployed headquarters. He advised, coordinated, liaised on joint and combined planning and execution to Army and Air Force Central commands, and led AMD theater security cooperation engagements within the region. Following deployment, COL White was assigned to the CDID at FCoE, Fort Sill, Oklahoma and served as the AMD Concept Branch Chief developing several future concepts (C-UAS and IFPC 2-I) and supporting several Army, and Joint initiatives and experiments. Currently, COL White is chartered as the TCM ADA BDE.

Deputy, TCM-ADA

Perry Delahoussaye

Delahoussaye has over 35 years of management and leadership experience as an Army Air Defense Artillery and acquisition officer. His background includes project and materiel acquisition management; doctrine, organization, training, materiel, leadership and education, personnel and facilities (DOTMLPF) integration, testing; military operations; software integration; system engineering; interoperability; logistics; and human resource management.

Prior to accession into the Army Acquisition Corps, Delahoussaye served in a variety of Air Defense Artillery command and staff assignments in the U.S., Germany and Korea. Delahoussaye’s operational experience served him greatly during his initial acquisition assignment as the missile division deputy with the THAAD Project Office and later in his capacity as a Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) combat developer. He served over 20 years in TRADOC and worked DOTMLPF integration of every air defense weapon system currently in the Army’s inventory.

Job-related civilian and military education and certifications:

Undergraduate degree, U.S. Military Academy, West Point, N.Y.
Master’s degree in systems acquisition management), Naval Postgraduate School, Monterrey, Cali..
US Army Air Defense Artillery Officer Basic and Advanced courses
US Army Command and General Staff College
Army Acquisition Corps Certification: Level III (Program Management)


  1. a. Serves as TRADOC's centralized manager for all user activities associated with ADA BDE and subordinate organizations. Responsible for integrating, synchronizing and coordinating efforts across DOTMLPF-P in support of all ADA BDE organizations to ensure success on the battlefield


  1. Executes the duties outlined in TRADOC Regulation (TR) 71-12, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Capability Management and TR 71-20, Concept Development, Capabilities Determination, and Capabilities Integration.
  2. Coordinates and receives assistance from applicable force modernization proponent capability developers, TCMs, materiel developers, testers, Army commands, the Army Capabilities Integration Center, and the Department of the Army on DOTMLPF-P solutions and issues affecting fielding, deployment, and sustainment of ADA systems associated with the ADA BDE and subordinate organizations.
  3. Ensures human system integration (HIS) is integrated into the system acquisition process as early as possible; that dependencies with other programs and/or organizations are identified and assessed, and that an audit trail of HIS issues and concerns is provided in appropriate program documentation.
  4. Perform as the counterpart and user advocate to the PEO-MS, PEO-C3T, MDA, SMDC, and their associated AMD Project/Program Managers.