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Command Sgt. Maj. Brian N. Hauke was born in Trenton, Michigan, and raised in Orlando, Florida. He enlisted in the United States Army in June 1990 and attended Basic Combat Training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina, with Advanced Individual Training at Fort Eustis, Virginia.
Hauke has served in a variety of duty and leadership positions, including UH-60 Crew Chief, Battalion and Company Aviation Life Support Equipment NCOIC, Army Recruiter, Platoon Sergeant, First Sergeant, and Command Sergeant Major.
His assignments include: 3rd Squadron 6th Cavalry Regiment, Fort Hood, Texas; 7th Battalion, 227th Aviation Regiment, Hanau, Germany; 498th Air Ambulance Company, Fort Benning, Georgia; Montgomery Recruiting Company, Montgomery Recruiting Battalion, Montgomery, Alabama; 2nd Battalion, 82nd Aviation Regiment, Fort Bragg, North Carolina; 1st Battalion, 82nd Aviation Regiment, Fort Bragg, North Carolina; 1st Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, Fort Bragg, North Carolina; the United States Army Sergeants Major Academy, Fort Bliss, Texas; 601st Aviation Support Battalion, Fort Riley, Kansas; 2nd General Support Aviation Battalion, Hunter Army Airfield, Georgia; 1st Squadron 17th Cavalry Regiment, Fort Bragg, North Carolina; 25th Combat Aviation Brigade, Wheeler Army Airfield, Hawaii; He has just concluded duties serving as the Command Sergeant Major for United States Army Garrison Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany.
Hauke is a graduate of the 15T, Advanced Individual Training Course; the Aviation Life Support Equipment Technician Course; the U.S. Army Recruiting Management Course; the Basic Airborne Course; the 82D Airborne Jumpmaster Course; DeGlopper Air Assault School and every level of the Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development System culminating with the U.S. Army Sergeants Major Course (Class 59). CSM Hauke is a graduate of Franklin University with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Applied Management.
Hauke’s awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit; the Bronze Star Medal (2nd OLC); the Meritorious Service Medal (4th OLC); the Air Medal; the Army Commendation Medal (7th OLC); the Army Achievement Medal (4th OLC); the Army Good Conduct Medal (9th award); the Joint Meritorious Unit Citation; the National Defense Service Medal with Bronze Service Star; the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal; the Southwest Asia Service Medal; the Afghanistan Campaign Medal; the Iraq Campaign Medal; the Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal; the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal; the Armed Forces Service Medal; the Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon (Numeral 5); the Army Service Ribbon; the Overseas Service Ribbon (Numeral 3); the Bosnia NATO Medal; and the ISAF NATO Medal. The Combat Action Badge; the Master Aviation Badge; the Senior Parachutist Badge; the Air Assault Badge and the Gold Recruiter Badge with 3 sapphire stars.
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