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Command Sgt. Maj. Jamie Rogers

Command Sergeant Major, Army Reserve Careers Group

Command Sergeant Major Jamie Rogers is a native of Lebanon, Pennsylvania. She has served proudly in the United States Army since 1994 and has most recently served as the United States Army Garrison Command Sergeant Major of Devens Reserve Forces Training Area in Devens, Massachusetts.

Command Sergeant Major Rogers served on active duty, the Army National Guard, and the Army Reserve. Her previous assignments include: Battalion Sergeant Major 1st and 5th Battalion Army Reserve Careers Group, First Sergeant, 364th Engineer Company (SAPPER), Dodge City, Kansas; Senior Operations Noncommissioned Officer, 2nd
Battalion Army Reserve Careers Division, Coraopolis, Pennsylvania; Area Leader Joint Base MDL, New Jersey; Reenlistment Analyst, Morrow, Georgia; Theatre Retention
Noncommissioned Officer, CFLCC, Third Army; Career Counselor, Somersworth, New Hampshire; Platoon Sergeant and Squad Leader, 617th Military Police Company, Bowling Green, Kentucky Army National Guard; Team Leader, 223rd Military Police Company, Louisville, Kentucky, Army National Guard; Detainee Operations Team Leader, 438th Military Police Company, Murray, Kentucky National Guard; Team Leader, 527th Military Police Company, 18th Military Police Brigade, Wiesbaden, Germany; Team
Leader, 127th Military Police Company, 18th Military Police Brigade, Hanau, Germany; Driver and Gunner, 55th Military Police Company, 8th Military Police Brigade, Camp
Page, Korea. She has deployed in support of IFOR, SFOR, and Operation Iraqi Freedom, and Operation New Dawn.

Command Sergeant Major Rogers has completed all phases of Military Police Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development School; Battle Staff
Noncommissioned Officer Course; Combat Engineer Course, Army Basic Instructor Course; Equal Opportunity Course; Master Resilience Trainer and the Career Counselor
Course. Her civilian education includes an Associates in Arts from Hopkinsville Community College, Bachelor of Science degree from Murray State University, and a
Masters of Arts from Liberty University.

Her awards and decorations include the Bronze Star Medal (one oak leaf cluster); the Meritorious Service Medal (four oak leaf cluster); the Army Commendation Medal (3rd
oak leaf cluster); the Army Achievement Medal (4th oak leaf cluster); the Good Conduct Medal (4th Award); the National Defense Service Medal (2nd Award); the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal; the Iraqi Campaign Medal (2 campaign stars); the Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal; the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal; the Korea Service Defense Medal; the Humanitarian Service medal; the Armed Forces reserve medal w/ “M” device, the Noncommissioned Officers Professional Development Ribbon (with numeral 3); the Army Service Ribbon; the Overseas Ribbon (with numeral 3); the NATO Medal; the Army Superior Unit award; Meritorious Unit Commendation award; the Combat Action Badge; the Career Counselor Badge, and the Drivers badge (with Driver-
Wheeled Clasp).