23.9 F
Clarksville
Wednesday, February 1, 2023
Home Command Sgt. Maj. James C. Smith wears his newly awarded Order of Marechaussee while he speaks to wounded, injured and ill Soldiers about overcoming obstacles Sept. 28th during a Fort Campbell Warrior Transition Battalion award ceremony. During Smith’s four years of active duty service in the Army, 20 years of service with the Tennessee Army National Guard and 19 years with the Clarksville Police Department, he has exhibited outstanding professional competence in the Military Police Regiment. This led Lt. Col. William Howard, commander of the Warrior Transition Battalion, to submit Smith for one of the highest awards in his regiment. Command Sgt. Maj. James C. Smith wears his newly awarded Order of Marechaussee while he speaks to wounded, injured and ill Soldiers about overcoming obstacles Sept. 28th during a Fort Campbell Warrior Transition Battalion award ceremony. During Smith's four years of active duty service in the Army, 20 years of service with the Tennessee Army National Guard and 19 years with the Clarksville Police Department, he has exhibited outstanding professional competence in the Military Police Regiment. This led Lt. Col. William Howard, commander of the Warrior Transition Battalion, to submit Smith for one of the highest awards in his regiment.

Command Sgt. Maj. James C. Smith wears his newly awarded Order of Marechaussee while he speaks to wounded, injured and ill Soldiers about overcoming obstacles Sept. 28th during a Fort Campbell Warrior Transition Battalion award ceremony. During Smith’s four years of active duty service in the Army, 20 years of service with the Tennessee Army National Guard and 19 years with the Clarksville Police Department, he has exhibited outstanding professional competence in the Military Police Regiment. This led Lt. Col. William Howard, commander of the Warrior Transition Battalion, to submit Smith for one of the highest awards in his regiment.

Command Sgt. Maj. James C. Smith wears his newly awarded Order of Marechaussee while he speaks to wounded, injured and ill Soldiers about overcoming obstacles Sept. 28th during a Fort Campbell Warrior Transition Battalion award ceremony. During Smith's four years of active duty service in the Army, 20 years of service with the Tennessee Army National Guard and 19 years with the Clarksville Police Department, he has exhibited outstanding professional competence in the Military Police Regiment. This led Lt. Col. William Howard, commander of the Warrior Transition Battalion, to submit Smith for one of the highest awards in his regiment.

Command Sgt. Maj. James C. Smith wears his newly awarded Order of Marechaussee while he speaks to wounded, injured and ill Soldiers about overcoming obstacles Sept. 28th during a Fort Campbell Warrior Transition Battalion award ceremony. During Smith’s four years of active duty service in the Army, 20 years of service with the Tennessee Army National Guard and 19 years with the Clarksville Police Department, he has exhibited outstanding professional competence in the Military Police Regiment. This led Lt. Col. William Howard, commander of the Warrior Transition Battalion, to submit Smith for one of the highest awards in his regiment.