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Command Sergeant Major
Larry W. Gammon
U.S. Army Quartermaster School
Fort Lee, VA
  Command Sergeant Major Larry W. Gammon

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 promoted to E-2. He attended the Unit Supply Specialist Course for Advanced Individual Training at Fort Lee Virginia, and was again first in his class, subsequently promoted to E-4 with less than six months in the service. CSM Gammon has two years of college in general studies. His military education includes Sergeants Major Academy Class 27, July 1987, First Sergeants Course, Noncommissioned Officer Logistics Course and Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course where he was once again first in his class.

In his more than 27 years of service around the world, CSM Gammon has served in numerous leadership positions. Some of his more significant assignments include, First Sergeant, 800th Corps Material Management Center, 2d Support Command, VII Corps, United States Army, Europe; First Sergeant, HHC, 109th Support Battalion, 9th DISCOM, 9th Infantry Division, fort Lewis, Washington; Command Sergeant Major 99th Support Battalion, 199th Infantry Brigade (Separate), Fort Lewis, Washington; Command Sergeant Major 23d Quartermaster Training Brigade, Quartermaster Noncommissioned Officer Academy, Quartermaster Center and School, Fort Lee, Virginia; Command Sergeant Major 45th Corps Support Group (Forward), Hawaii; Command Sergeant Major, 25th Infantry Division and Hawaii; where he served until selected for his current position as the 5ht Regimental Command Sergeant Major of the Quartermaster Corps and Command Sergeant Major of the United States Quartermaster Center and School on 10 January 1997.

CSM Gammon’s awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit, Meritorious Service Medal (with 3 Oak Leaf Clusters), Army Commendation Medal (with 3 Oak Leaf Clusters), Army Achievement Medal, NCO Professional Ribbon (with numeral 4), Airborne Badge, Air Assault Badge and Army Physical Fitness Patch.

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