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Posted: June 14, 2018 3:57 p.m.
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Stewart-Hunter welcomes new Garrison CSM

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Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield held an assumption of responsibility ceremony, June 12 at Marne Garden, welcoming the new garrison senior enlisted leader, Command Sgt. Maj. Rebecca Myers.

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Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield held an assumption of responsibility ceremony, June 12 at Marne Garden, welcoming the new garrison senior enlisted leader, Command Sgt. Maj. Rebecca Myers.

The garrison commander, Col. Jason Wolter, expressed great confidence in Myers and noted he knew she would be a great addition to the community.

Myers said she looked forward to becoming part of Team Stewart.

"Coming on board,” Myers said.  “I want to get a feel for the community and get out and meet everybody, and continue to propel our community forward to be one of the premier installations for our Army."

Originally from the area, Myers said she was happy to return.

"This is a great place to be stationed. I'm a native Georgian. I'm from Atlanta I'm happy to be back in the Peach State and serve the Soldiers of the Marne Division."

Myers is the first female garrison command sergeant major at Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield. 

"I'm a Soldier just like everybody else,” Myers said. “That's one of the great things about our Army, that there's equal opportunity for all to excel. I really hope that I am able to provide a role model to that young Soldier that looks to aspire to be a command sergeant major one day."

Her most recent assignments include assignments at the U.S. Army Military Police School as the Directorate of Training and Education sergeant major and as the command sergeant major for the 795th Military Police Battalion. Both assignments were at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri.

For more information, visit www.stewart.army.mil/index.php/about/Garrison/GarrisonLeadership



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