56.7 F
Clarksville
Sunday, May 29, 2022
Home During a combined Sergeant Audie Murphy Club and NCO Induction Ceremony, January 24 on Fort Campbell, Kentucky, BACH Command Sgt. Major Daniel Santiago formally welcomes 18 new sergeants to the NCO Corps and charges them to mentor, guide, coach and direct those Soldiers under them. (US Army photo by David Gillespie) During a combined Sergeant Audie Murphy Club and NCO Induction Ceremony, January 24 on Fort Campbell, Kentucky, BACH Command Sgt. Major Daniel Santiago formally welcomes 18 new sergeants to the NCO Corps and charges them to mentor, guide, coach and direct those Soldiers under them. (US Army photo by David Gillespie)

During a combined Sergeant Audie Murphy Club and NCO Induction Ceremony, January 24 on Fort Campbell, Kentucky, BACH Command Sgt. Major Daniel Santiago formally welcomes 18 new sergeants to the NCO Corps and charges them to mentor, guide, coach and direct those Soldiers under them. (US Army photo by David Gillespie)

During a combined Sergeant Audie Murphy Club and NCO Induction Ceremony, January 24 on Fort Campbell, Kentucky, BACH Command Sgt. Major Daniel Santiago formally welcomes 18 new sergeants to the NCO Corps and charges them to mentor, guide, coach and direct those Soldiers under them. (US Army photo by David Gillespie)

During a combined Sergeant Audie Murphy Club and NCO Induction Ceremony, January 24 on Fort Campbell, Kentucky, BACH Command Sgt. Major Daniel Santiago formally welcomes 18 new sergeants to the NCO Corps and charges them to mentor, guide, coach and direct those Soldiers under them. (US Army photo by David Gillespie)

BACH Sgt. DeMarcus Heath prepares to step through the arch of the Noncommissioned Officer, formally joining the ranks of the Army’s NCO Corps, during an NCO Induction ceremony on Fort Campbell, Kentucky, January 24. BACH held a combined Sergeant Audie Murphy Club and NCO Induction Ceremony celebrate the history and significance of the corps, known as the back bone of the Army, and to formally welcome its newest sergeants. (US Army photo by David Gillespie)