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U.S. Army Reserve Change of Responsibility (Virtual Ceremony)
U.S. Army Reserve Command
June 26, 2020 | 16:55
This video serves as the virtual Change of Responsibility ceremony between Previously, Lombardo served as command sergeant major of the 200th Military Police Command, Fort Meade, Md. He is a combat veteran who has served in every leadership position from team leader to division command sergeant major.

During his 34 years of distinguished military service, he has served in six overseas deployments including Operation Desert Shield/Storm, Operation Joint Guard Bosnia, Operation Joint Guardian Kosovo, twice in service in Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan).

Lombardo is a native New Yorker and in his civilian career, he serves as a police executive holding the rank of deputy inspector with the New York City Police Department.

As the 14th Command Sergeant Major of the Army Reserve, Lombardo will be the principal enlisted adviser to the Commanding General, U.S. Army Reserve Command, and other senior Army leaders on regulations, policies and quality of life issues related to nearly 200,000 Army Reserve Soldiers. He will succeed Command Sgt. Maj. Ted Copeland, who has served in the position since March 2017.

Lombardo earned a Master’s of Science Degree in the Administration of Justice from the University of Louisville. He is a 2007 honor graduate of the prestigious Southern Police Institute and a 2016 graduate of the Naval Post-Graduate Institute Executive Leaders Course. Lombardo is a New York State licensed emergency medical technician and a nationally certified emergency medical technician.
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