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The history of the United States Army, the Quartermaster Corps, and Noncommissioned Officer can be traced back to 1775. In June 1986, the Quartermaster Corps Regiment was established, which was followed by the signing of General Order 9 by then-Chief of Staff General John A. Wickham, Jr. which placed the Quartermaster Corps under the US Army Regimental System, creating the Regimental Command Sergeant Major. The individuals selected were to be distinguished and highly respected NCOs charged with. Maintaining the uppermost in leadership and mentorship for all Enlisted Soldiers in the Corps, imparting sound advice to the command’s Officers, and to show care and compassion for all Soldiers and their Families.

Over time the duties and responsibilities of the Quartermaster School Command Sergeant Major have evolved, making them broader. As the Senior Enlisted in the Quartermaster School and the Quartermaster Regiment, they are also charged with bearing the mantle of perpetuating the customs, traditions, and the rich history of the Quartermaster Corps. As well as executing the duties of the office with dignity, impartiality, morality, integrity, and creativity, thus presenting a sterling example for all Quartermaster Soldiers to emulate.

The Quartermaster Corps Command Sergeant Major is considered the proponent for the Corps and is often required to devote a majority of their time traveling throughout the Army, briefing Soldiers on the health of the force, current and future initiatives as well as providing sound and timely advice to the enlisted Cohort.

CSM Rosvelt Matain

CSM Rosvelt Martain
Quartermaster Command Sergeant Major
June 1986

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...MORE

CSM Charles E. Webster

CSM Charles E. Webster
Quartermaster Command Sergeant Major
June 1986 - July 1988

CSM Charles E. Webster enlisted in the United States Army in Nashville, Tennessee. During his 26 years of active duty service he served in a variety of non-commissioned officer leadership positions: Small arms repairman, Property Book non-commissioned officer, Supply Sergeant, First Sergeant, Sergeant Major...MORE

CSM Milton B. Hazzard

CSM Milton B. Hazzard
Quartermaster Command Sergeant Major
October 1989 - May 1994

CSM Milton B. Hazzard enlisted in the United States Army at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1960. During the ensuing 35 years of active duty service he served in all non-commissioned officer leadership positions: Squad Leader in basic and advanced individual training in 1960; Corporal in 1961; Sergeant in 1965; Staff Sergeant in 1966;...MORE

CSM Ricky A. Vernon

CSM Ricky A. Vernon
Quartermaster Command Sergeant Major
April 1994 - May 1997

Command Sergeant Major Ricky A. Vernon is a native of Grand Haven, Michigan. In 1970 at seventeen years old he entered the United States Army and attended initial training at Fort Knox, Kentucky.

Command Sergeant Major Vernon’s assignments...MORE

CSM Larry Gammon

CSM Larry W. Gammon
Quartermaster Command Sergeant Major
January 1997 - December 2001

Command Sergeant Major Larry W. Gammon entered the United States Army in March of 1972 at Fort Dix, New Jersey where he completed basic training. CSM Gammon placed first in his basic training cycle for marksmanship, received the Commander’s Trophy, and was...MORE

CSM Bradley J. Peat

CSM Bradley J. Peat
Quartermaster Command Sergeant Major
Decemeber 2001 - July 2003

Command Sergeant Major Bradley J. Peat enlisted in the United States Army in January of 1980. He attended Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training at Ft. Jackson, South Carolina where he was awarded the MOS of 92Y, Unit Supply Specialist. His past assignments include;...MORE

CSM Jose L. Silva

CSM Jose L. Silva
Quartermaster Command Sergeant Major
April 2004 - March 2008

CSM Jose L. Silva enlisted in the United States Army on 15 July 1982 as an infantryman with the 82d Airborne Division. He converted to Petroleum Supply Specialist in July 1986.

CSM Silva has held numerous assignments...MORE

CSM Nathan Hunt

CSM Nathan J. Hunt III
Quartermaster Command Sergeant Major
March 2008 - June 2011

A native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Command Sergeant Major Nathan J. Hunt III entered the Army on 13 September 1983 and completed his basic training at Fort Knox, Kentucky. He received his Advanced Individual Training at Fort Lee, Virginia and was awarded the MOS 76F, Petroleum Supply Specialist...MORE

CSM James K. Sims

CSM James K. Sims
Quartermaster Command Sergeant Major
June 2011 - December 2012

A native of Florida, CSM James K. Sims attended Basic Training at Fort Knox, Kentucky and Advanced Individual Training at Fort Lee, Virginia as a 76C (Automated Parts Specialist). In 1992, his Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) combined with three other Supply MOSs to become...MORE

CSM Spencer Gray

CSM Spencer L. Gray
Quartermaster Command Sergeant Major
April 2013 - December 2014

Command Sergeant Major Spencer L. Gray is a native of Thomaston, GA. He enlisted in the United States Army in 1984 and completed Basic Combat Training at Fort Leonard Wood, MO and Advance Individual Training at Fort Lee, VA.

CSM Gray’s assignments and duty positions...MORE

CSM Jimmy J. Sellers

CSM Jimmy J. Sellers
Quartermaster Command Sergeant Major
April 2015 - April 2017

CSM Jimmy J. Sellers assumed responsibility as the 12th Quartermaster Regimental Command Sergeant Major on 30 April 2015 and entered the United States Army on 1 August 1990 from Columbus, Georgia. He attended Basic and Advanced Individual Training at Fort Jackson, SC.

CSM Sellers has served in the following duty...MORE


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