Garrison Commander, USAG Fort Rucker
Col. Brian E. Walsh was commissioned and branched Aviation upon graduation from the University of Central Florida in 1994. Upon completion of the Aviation Officer Basic Course and Flight School his assignments included Platoon Leader and Company Executive Officer 4-159th AVN, Fort Bragg, North Carolina. After attending the Infantry Officer Advanced Course and Combined Arms Services Staff School in 1998, his assignments included G3 Air, 2nd Infantry Division, Korea; Assistant S3 and Commander B Co 2-3 Aviation (Storm), Hunter Army Airfield, Georgia, deploying to Bosnia and Herzegovina and Joint Task Force Counterdrug Operations. More
Deputy to the Garrison Commander, USAG Fort Rucker
Dr. Bev Joiner began her civil service career at Fort Rucker, Ala. in 1984. Shortly after being hired as a clerk typist, she was selected for the Education Specialist Intern Program. As an education specialist intern in the Directorate of Training and Doctrine, she became familiar with Army Aviation and subsequently served as an education specialist at the Warrant Officer Career College and the Aviation Officer Advanced Course. In 1992, Joiner served as the child development services coordinator for the Directorate of Morale, Welfare and Recreation. More
Command Sergeant Major, USAG Fort Rucker
Command Sgt. Maj. Christopher D. Spivey is a native of d’Iberville, Mississippi. He enlisted in the United States Army in 1988 as an 11H Tow Missile Crewman. He completed his OSUT at Fort Benning, Georgia. He has served in many different positions throughout his tenure in the Army. His initial assignment was at Fort Carson, Colorado, where he served as an ITV Driver, Gunner, and TC. In 1990, Spivey was assigned to HHC 6/6th Infantry, Bamberg, Germany, where he performed the duties of a Bradley Fighting Vehicle Gunner. More
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