LTC Eric A. Treschl
Lieutenant Colonel Eric Treschl hails from San Gabriel, California. He enlisted as a Private First Class in May of 1990 and achieved the rank of Sergeant First Class in 1998. He has served Fort Sill, South Korea, and Fort Bragg as a Multiple Launch Rocket System Crewmember, In 1995 he was assigned as a US Army Recruiter and served at Oklahoma City Recruiting Battalion as a recruiter in North Oklahoma City then as a Station Commander in Enid Oklahoma.
In 1998, LTC Treschl applied for and completed training to become a Field Artillery Warrant Officer. As a Warrant Officer, he served at Fort Sill and Kuwait achieving the rank of Chief Warrant Officer Two before applying to Officer Candidate School in 2001. Upon Commissioning, he attended the Field Artillery Officer Basic Course and served at 1st Battalion, 14th Field Artillery Regiment as a Platoon Leader, Battery Operations Officer, and Battalion Adjutant with one deployment to Iraq. After completion of Captain Career Course he served as the 75th Field Artillery Brigade as the Brigade Adjutant until he assumed command of Charlie Battery, 3rd Battalion, 13th Field Artillery Regiment. While assigned as the Commander, he deployed to Camp Bucca, Iraq and led Detainee Operations for the unit.
Upon redeployment he was assigned as the Battalion Operations Officer, Battalion Executive Officer and 75th Fires Brigade Operations Officer. In 2014, he deployed to Afghanistan and was assigned at the NATO headquarters as a planner for the Combined Security Transition Command and as the Director, Targeting Operations for Operation Resolute Support. Upon redeployment he was assigned as the Professor of Military Science at Cameron University.
LTC Treschl’s education includes a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Fayetteville State University, Master of Arts in Management and Leadership from Webster University, Master of Military Arts and Science from the Air Command and Staff College and a Master of Military Operational Art and Science from the School of Advanced Military Studies (SAMS). Additionally, he has completed the Primary Leadership Development Course, Basic Non-Commissioned Officer School, US Army Recruiting School, Warrant Officer Candidate School, Field Artillery Warrant Officer Basic School, Officer Candidate School, Field Artillery Officer Basic Course, Captains Career Course, Human Resource Management Course, and the University Senior Leaders Course.
LTC Treschl’s awards and decorations include the Bronze star with Oak Leaf Cluster (OLC), Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal with two OLCs, Army Commendation Medal with three OLCs, Army Achievement Medal with nine OLCs, Army Good Conduct Medal with two knots, Humanitarian Service Medal, Non-Article 5 NATO Medal, and the Gold Recruiting Badge with three Sapphire Achievement Stars.
Command Sergeant Major
CSM Christopher E. Sharp
Command Sergeant Major Christopher E. Sharp is a native of Apopka, FL. He entered the Army in October 1991. After completing Basic and Advanced Individual at Fort Benning, GA, he was awarded the MOS 11B (Light Infantryman). He later reclassified to Administrative Specialist (42A), then eventually to the MOS 79R (Recruiter) in 2001.
His military education includes the United States Army Sergeants Major Academy Class 67, Recruiting First Sergeant Course, Senior Leaders Course, Advanced Leaders Course, Warrior Leaders Course, Master Trainer Course, Center Leader Course, Army Basic Recruiting Course, Master Resilience Training, Lean Six Sigma Course, Postal Operation Course, Force Protection Advisor Course, Army Retention Course Basic, Total Army Instructor Training, Action Officer Development Course, Supervisor Development Course, Human Resources Management Course, Small Group Leader Course, Equal Opportunity Leaders Course, Fitness Leaders Course, Light Infantry Basic Course and Bradley Fighting Vehicle Course.
Command Sergeant Major Sharp's assignments include serving as an Infantryman at C Company 5/21 Infantry Fort Ord, CA; Anti-Armor Specialist C Company 2/7 Infantry Fort Stewart, GA; Administrative Specialist 2nd Infantry Division Inspector General Office, Camp Red Cloud, Korea; Training NCOIC HHC USAG Fort Lee, VA; Postal OPS NCOIC HHC USAG Fort Lee, VA; Recruiter and Center Leader with the Columbia Recruiting Battalion, Columbia Recruiting Company; Center Leader and Company Operations Trainer Mid Atlantic Recruiting Battalion, North and Central Jersey Recruiting Company; Plans NCO Headquarters USAREC G-3, Fort Knox, KY; Special Missions Recruiting NCO, Headquarters USAREC G-1, Fort Knox, KY; Master Trainer, Company First Sergeant and Operation Sergeant Major Tampa Recruiting Battalion; NCOIC Process Improvement Division Headquarters G-3, Fort Knox, KY; First Sergeant, Mobile Exhibit Company, Fort Knox, KY.
His awards include the Meritorious Service Medal (3rd Award), Army Commendation Medal (6th Award), the Army Achievement Medal (7th Award), Army Superior Unit Award, Good Conduct Medal (8th Award), the National Defense Service Medal with Bronze Star, the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, the Armed Forces Service Medal, NCOES ribbon with 5th device, the Army Service ribbon, Driver Badge Wheel, the US Army Gold Recruiting Badge with 3 Sapphires, the Recruiter Ring and the Glen E. Morrell Award for Recruiting Excellence.
Command Sergeant Major Sharp holds an Associate’s Degree in General Studies from Central Texas University, and a Bachelors of Science Degree with a concentration in Management and Communication and a Master’s Degree in Management with a concentration in Human Resources from Liberty University.