Organization

The U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command (ATEC) was established October 1, 1999 by the Vice Chief of Staff with the primary function of ensuring that our Soldiers go to war with weapons that work. ATEC has overall responsibility for all Army developmental and operational testing, operating from subordinate commands and test centers.

 

Organizational Structure Army Evaluation Center Operational Test Command Aberdeen Test Center Dugway Proving Ground West Desert Test Center Electronic Proving Ground Electronic Proving Ground Redstone Test Center White Sands Test Center White Sands Missile Range Tropic Regions Test Center Cold Regions Test Center Yuma Test Center Yuma Proving Ground

AEC Army Evaluation Center
ATC Aberdeen Test Center
BMD OTA Ballistic Missile Defense Operational Test Agency
CRTC Cold Regions Test Center
DPG Dugway Proving Ground
EPG Electronic Proving Ground
HQ Headquarters
IEWTD Intelligence Electronic Warfare Test Directorate
OTC Operational Test Command
RTC Redstone Test Center
TRTC Tropic Regions Test Center
WDTC West Desert Test Center
WSMR White Sands Missile Range
WSTC White Sands Test Center
YPG Yuma Proving Ground
YTC Yuma Test Center