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Command Sergeant Major
Rosvelt Martain
U.S. Army Quartermaster School
Fort Lee, VA
  Command Sergeant Major Rosvelt Martain

Command Sergeant Major Rosvelt Martain was selected as the first Command sergeant Major of the U.S. Army Quartermaster Center School on Fort Lee, VA in 1983. He served as the principal enlisted assistant to the Commanding General/Commandant U.S. Army Quartermaster Center School. He entered the United States Army in 1952.

Command Sergeant Major Martain has served in the following duty positions in the following duty stations: Infantryman with 2nd Infantry Division in South Korea, Team Chief at Fort Campbell, Kentucky and Fort Hood, Texas, Gunner with the 10th Artillery Battalion, Fort Benning, Georgia, Section Chief with the 7th U.S. Army, Europe, Operations NCO Section Chief with A Battery 16th Rocket Howitzer Battalion 2nd Armored Division, First Sergeant 2nd Battalion 27th Artillery, First Sergeant 1st Battalion 1st BCT Brigade, First Sergeant 2nd Battalion 26st ADA Battalion, Command sergeant Major of the U.S. Training Center at Fort Jackson, South Carolina, Command Sergeant Major for the 2nd U.S. Infantry Division, South Korea and Command Sergeant Major of the U.S. Army Quartermaster center School, Fort Lee, VA.

His education includes a Bachelors of Arts Social Science, Kensington University of California. CSM Martain military education includes: Telephone and Instrument Repair, NCO Academy, Leadership Management, Staff Development Course and Senior Level Leadership Course.

Command Sergeant Major Martain awards and declarations include: Legion of Merit; Bronze with “V” device and One Oak Leaf Cluster; National Defense Services Medal; United Nations Service Medal; Presidential Unit Citation; A Republic of Korea Presidential Unit Citation; Three Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbons; Two Overseas Services Ribbons; German Army Marksman Badge in Silver; Combat Infantryman Badge; Eight Good Conduct Medals; Vietnam Service Medal Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal; Korean Service Medal; Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry with Palm Unit and Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal.

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