FORT KNOX, Ky., Aug. 12, 2020 —
The chief of staff of the Army recognized U.S. Army Recruiting Command’s top station commanders during a virtual ceremony August 11.
Gen. James C. McConville highlighted 13 station commanders for their success in the second quarter of the fiscal year.
USAREC selected two station commanders from each recruiting brigade and one station commander from the Special Operations Recruiting Battalion for the event.
These top recruiting station’s achievements ranged from 106 percent to 700 percent over their assigned missions.
"Every Soldier has a story. The Army offers a pathway to success for everyone if they are willing to take that on," McConville said. "In the business that you are in, what winning looks like is getting the right young men and women who represent the diversity of the nation to join our force and make sure we get them in the right job that takes advantage of their talents and each and every one of you have done that."
USAREC’s top station commanders of the second quarter are as follows:
1st Recruiting Brigade
Staff Sgt. Michael Davis, Hicksville Recruiting Station – New York, New York
Staff Sgt. Andrew Horner, Martinsville Army Recruiting Station – Martinsville, Virginia
2nd Recruiting Brigade
Sgt. 1st Class Franklin Fillmon, Cartersville Recruiting Station – Cartersville, Georgia
Sgt. 1st Class Clinton Griffin, Millington Army Recruiting Station – Millington, Tennessee
3rd Recruiting Brigade
Sgt. 1st Class Brad Eissens, Dubuque Recruiting Station - Dubuque, Iowa
Staff Sgt. Robert Stanfield, Wise Recruiting Station – Wise, Virginia
5th Recruiting Brigade
Sgt. 1st Class Bryan Cotton, Dumas Recruiting Station – Dumas, Texas
Staff Sgt. Sean Davis, Marion Recruiting Station – Marion, Illinois
6th Recruiting Brigade
Sgt. 1st Class Andrew Ford, Bellingham Recruiting Station – Bellingham, Washington
Sgt. 1st Class Justin Mejia, Thousand Oaks Recruiting Station – Thousand Oaks, California
Medical Recruiting Brigade
Sgt. 1st Class Jason M. DiGangi, Fort Hamilton Medical Recruiting Station – Fort Hamilton, New York
Sgt. 1st Class Irvin Martinez Lopez, San Antonio Medical Recruiting Station – San Antonio, Texas
Special Operations Recruiting Battalion
Sgt. 1st Class Jerod Pauley, Fort Campbell ARSOF Recruiting Station – Fort Campbell, Kentucky