Alumnus Jason T. Evans is Adjutant General
Since before the American Revolution, there have been only 65 Adjutants General of the Army, and the 65th, Col. Jason T. Evans, is a Bellevue College (now Bellevue University) alumnus. Evans joined the Army shortly after receiving a Bachelor of Science in Business degree in 1984.
A native of Baltimore, MD, Col. Evans joined the Army in 1984, after completing his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree at Bellevue College and went on to earned master's degrees in business administration and national resource strategy.
During 27+ years in uniform, Col. Evans has received numerous awards and decorations while serving in command and staff positions in the continental United States and overseas. Past duty stations include Italy, Somalia, Kosovo, Germany, and Iraq with the 13th Corps Support Command, III U.S. Corps, 510th Personnel Services Battalion, 1st Personnel Command, USAREUR, Installation Management Command, Multi-National Force-Iraq and Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army.
Col. Evans’ parents, John and Helen Evans, live in Bellevue. His father, John H. Evans Jr., also is a Bellevue University alumnus, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration in 1989, after retiring from 30 years’ service in the U.S. Air Force.
Established in 1775, the Adjutant General’s Corps is one of the oldest in the Army. Today's Adjutant General's Corps is at the forefront of transforming the way the Army manages its most important resource -- people.
Col. Evans accepted the Adjutant General Corps colors during a July 2012 ceremony at Fort Knox, Kentucky, where the Corps is based. In his new role, he also serves as the 16th executive director of the Military Postal Service Agency and the 18th commanding general of the Army Physical Disability Agency.