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Past Regimental Warrant Officer:


June 2005 - February 2007

CW5 (Ret) Toter enlisted in the Army in July 1976 and he served honorably for a total of 30 years. His first nine years were served as a Quartermaster Enlisted Soldier in a wide variety of assignments. which prepared him for 21 years of service as a Chief Warrant Officer. He has excelled at every level throughout his military career and has always given his very best producing positive results towards accomplishing the mission.

CW5 (Ret) Toter's outstanding leadership, superb knowledge and organizational skills were key in his selection as the Quartermaster Regimental Warrant Officer by the 48th Quartermaster General in June 2005. 1n that capacity, he also performed duties as the Senior Quartermaster Warrant Officer Advisor responsible for instituting Warrant Officer lite cycle personnel management policy, career development, training, proponent actions and leader development actions for all Quartermaster Warrant Officers. He was responsible for doctrine research and development of programs to support and mentor 2,623 Quartermaster Warrant Officers in five Career Management Fields, encompassing all three Army components, Active Army, National Guard, and US Army Reserves.

As one of the fifteen members of the Senior Warrant Officer Advisory Council, he personally briefed the Vice Chief of Staff of the Army on Warrant Officer Issues semi annually. He was lauded for his leadership and key oversight as he lead a Lcam of senior warrant officers in a major personnel management study and provided recommended solutions to ensure an adequate Quartermaster Warrant Officer Force Structure amid ongoing Army Transformation through review of current and proposed Army Authorization documents.

Upon his retirement from active duly in Oct 2006, CW5 (ret) Toter continues to support the Army by serving as the Director, Department of the Army (DA) Logistics Management Intern Program at Fort Lee VA. He is currently responsible for supervising six managers, recruiting, and hiring, training, mentoring, and placing world wide of 100 logistics interns per year (Approximately 35 Quartermaster, 20 Transportation. and 45 Ordnance new DA Civilians. He has improved the intern program by placing a strong focus on providing the best possible product for the Soldier and their customers.

Awards and Decorations include:

Legion of Merit with Oak Leaf Cluster
Meritorious Service Medal with 1 Silver Oak Leaf Cluster and 1 Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters
Army Commendation Medal with 2 Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster
Joint Service Commendation Medal
Joint Service Defense Ribbon
Joint Meritorious Unit Award
Global War On Terrorism Service Medal
Army Recruiting Badge
Good Conduct Medal 2 Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters
National Defense Service Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster
Overseas Service Ribbon (4)
Korea Defense Service Medal
Southwest Asia Liberation Medal
Saudi Arabia Kuwait Liberation Medals

Regimental Honors:

Quartermaster Hall of Fame, 2011
Distinguished Member of the Quartermaster Regiment, 2005
Recipient of the Distinguished Order of Saint Martin, 2003

Other Awards:

Distinguished Instructor, 1995
Fort Lee Instructor of the Year. 1995
Warrant Officer Instructor of the Year for the Training and Doctrine Command, 1996

Civilian Education:
12th Grade High School Education, South Hunterdon High School, 1976
Awarded a Bachelors of Science Degree in Management with secondary's in History and
Education from University ofMaryland, 1995

Military Education:

Warrant Officer Candidate Course, 1986
Warrant Officer Basic Course, 1986
Warrant Officer Advance Course, 1992
Supply Service Management course 1992
Warrant Officer Staff Course, 1999
Warrant Officer Senior Staff Course, 2004

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