Command Sergeant Major Steven Slee serves as the senior enlisted advisor to the Commanding General of the 85th U.S. Army Reserve Support Command. CSM Slee entered the United States Army in 1982 and reported to Fort McClellan, Alabama where he graduated Basic Training and Military Police school as platoon honor graduate.
CSM Slee served in numerous positions of leadership as a Military Policeman to Command Sergeant Major. As a mobilized Reservist in support of Operation Noble Eagle and Operation Enduring Freedom, he served as a Detachment Commander, Task Force Sergeant Major, and Command Sergeant Major. Assignments include service with the 303rd Military Police Company, 1-333rd Infantry Regiment, United States Army Reserve Small Arms Readiness Group, 450th Military Police Company, 801st Combat Support Hospital, 304th Military Police Battalion, 160th Military Police Battalion, 3-330th Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade, 86th Division, and Operations Brigade, 78th Training Division.
CSM Slee’s military training includes the Nuclear Biological and Chemical Specialist Course, Military Police School, Infantry School, Instructor Training Course, and the United States Army Sergeants Major Course active duty resident class #56.
CSM Slee is decorated with the Bronze Star Medal and the Meritorious Service Medal with three oak leaf clusters. His dedicated service has earned him the Armed Forces Reserve Medal with gold hourglass and “M” device. While representing the United States in national and international small arms competition, he lead multiple Army Reserve teams that medaled at national and international events. Individually, CSM Slee earned one international championship, five national championships, and two joint service championships. He has been awarded the Distinguished Rifleman Badge, Distinguished Pistol Shot Badge, the Expert Qualification Badge on eleven weapon systems, and the President’s Hundred Tab.
CSM Slee is a retired business owner and has raised a son of 35 years.