Soldier of The Week, Major Byron Greene

He's served as a brigade operations officer, a battalion executive officer and an assistant professor of military science and a company commander.

An Army major with a large collection of overseas assignments is the Columbus Rotary Club’s soldier of the week.

Major Byron Greene, who hails from California, began his army career as a military police officer in 2004.

He’s served as a brigade operations officer, a battalion Executive Officer and an assistant professor of military scienceĀ  and company commander.

Major Greene has his Air Assault, Combat Action and Airborne badges.

His training has been put to good use during five combat deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan.

The Major currently serves as the 1st SFABS provost marshal and now Major Byron Greene has been selected as the Columbus Rotary Club’s solder of the week.

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