LTC Brian S. Davis
LTC Brian S. Davis was born in Youngstown, OH. He was commissioned an intelligence officer detailed to the infantry through Youngstown State University ROTC, in 1994. His first assignment was with the 25th infantry division, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii as an infantry rifle platoon leader and company executive officer.
Following completion of the military intelligence officer advance course in 1999, he was assigned to 101st airborne division (Air Assault), Fort Campbell, Kentucky, where he served as the squadron intelligence officer (S2) for the division cavalry squadron and the assistant operations officer (S3), for the 311th military intelligence battalion.
In 2001, he assumed command of headquarters company, U.S. Army Foreign Counterintelligence Activity, Fort Meade, Maryland. Subsequent assignments included, in 2005, the Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and, from 2006 to 2010, the U.S. Army Office of Military Support, both in Washington D.C. LTC Davis previously served in the U.S. Army Recruiting Command as the executive officer for Baltimore recruiting battalion until 2011 when he was reassigned to V Corps, Wiesbaden, Germany. He deployed with V corps to serve in the headquarters of the International Security Assistance Force, Joint Command, Kabul, AF.
Command Sergeant Major
CSM Vincent A. Lewis
CSM Vincent A. Lewis enlisted into the Army in May of 1986 from San Jose, California. He first served as an Air Defense Artillery Crewmember in the 3rd Armored Division 3/61 ADA Budingen, Germany; with subsequent assignments in the 10th Mountain Division 3/62 ADA Fort Drum, New York; 2nd Infantry Division 5/5 ADA Camp Hovey, Korea; and 4th Infantry Division 1/3 ADA Fort Carson, Colorado. He served in a variety of progressive positions in Air Defense Artillery, from Senior Gunner to Squad Leader and Bradley Commander.
In 1996 CSM Lewis was selected for recruiting duty and assigned to the Dayton Recruiting Company where he eventually converted his Military Occupational Specialty to Career Recruiter. His additional assignments within Columbus Recruiting Battalion included Station Commander and BN Senior Trainer.
In 2002, he was assigned as the 1SG of the Louisville Recruiting Company, Indianapolis Recruiting Battalion. In 2004, he was selected and served as a Field Inspector for the USAREC IG Team. He was then selected for and graduated from Class 56 of the U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy in 2006 and hand-picked to serve as the CSM for the 3rd Medical Recruiting Battalion as a 1SG. In 2007, he was one of two recruiting Sr NCOs selected to serve outside of USAREC in a Leadership Exchange Program for TRADOC, with duty as a 1SG, and later CSM for 3-13 INF (Basic Combat Training). In 2008 he returned, and served as the CSM for Jacksonville Recruiting Battalion until May 2010; CSM for Baltimore Recruiting Battalion from of June 2010 to June 2012. CSM Lewis assumed responsibility for the Mid Atlantic Recruiting Battalion in July 2012.
Some notable accomplishments include being named the Columbus Recruiting Battalion Soldier of the Year in 1997 and again in 1999, and the Ohio Senate’s United States Army Service Person of the Year for the State of Ohio. CSM Lewis is the recipient of USARECs highest awards, the Recruiter Ring and Glen E. Morrell Award.
He has graduated from all Army NCOES courses; Battle Staff Course, First Sergeants Course, Inspector General’s Course, Combat Life Savers Course, NBC Toxic Agent Course, Air Assault, Basic Recruiter Course, Station Commander Course, Master Trainer Course, Recruiting First Sergeants Course, and Command Sergeant Major Course.
His awards and decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal with five oak leaf clusters, Army Commendation Medal with three oak leaf clusters, Army Achievement Medal 10th Award, Good Conduct Medal 8th Award, National Defense Service Medal, Global War On Terrorism Medal, Korean Defense Service Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal, and the Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal.