Soldier Of The Week

Soldier Of The Week

Commissioned officers can also become a soldier of the week. Perfect proof is lieutenant Colonel Bradley Velotta who serves as the chief of staff of the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation. LTC Velotta has served in numerous leadership roles…

Soldier Of The Week

Some soldiers at Fort Benning train our foreign allies and that's where our soldier of the week comes in. Staff Sergeant Rodny Yefune serves as a small group leader at the Western Hemisphere  Institute…

Soldier Of The Week

Did you know former sailors sometimes make good soldiers.   Staff Sergeant Jon P. Porche joined the navy after the 9-11 terror attacks then switched service to the army in 2007. Since then Porche has run up the enlisted ranks…

Soldier of The Week

If you are interested in talking tanks our soldier of the week is the one to turn to. Captain Matthew St. Clair first came to Fort Benning ten years ago for basic training and officer candidate school. He was commissioned…

Soldier of The Week

It helps educate the ranks when a soldier knows his job inside and out then is tapped to train younger military personnel.   Sergeant First Class Kyle W. Cooper served as a wheeled vehicle mechanic while stationed overseas in Korea…

Soldier of the Week: Staff Sergeant Thomas Campbell

Fort Benning is home for select soldiers in Armor and Infantry but only one is Soldier of the Week. Staff Sergeant Thomas Campbell is an M1 Armor crewman who serves as an operations non-commissioned officer…

Soldier of the Week

Fort Benning is home for select soldiers in armor and infantry but only one is soldier of the week. Staff Sergeant Thomas Campbell is an M-1 Armor crewman who serves as an Operations Non Commissioned Officer at the United States…

Soldier of the Week

It takes more than people and guns to get the army going where they need to go and that's where our soldier of the week comes in. Sergeant William Lofton…

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