COL Gary Miskovsky
Colonel Miskovsky entered Federal Service in 1982 and has served 33 years continuously. This includes duty with the United States Government, Panama Canal Commission, United States Army Security Assistance Command, Latin America and The United States Army School of the Americas at Fort Gulick, Republic of Panama and Fort Benning, Georgia.
Colonel Miskovsky is a Distinguished Military Graduate of Columbus State University. Commissioned an Artillery Officer in 1991. He branch transferred serving as an Infantry Officer until 1997, when he transitioned to the Military Intelligence branch. His previous duty assignments include: Rifle Platoon Leader, Support Platoon Leader and Company Executive Officer, 1st Battalion, 18th Infantry Regiment, 24th Infantry Division; Company Commander, Infantry Training Brigade; Battalion S2, 1st Battalion 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment; Brigade S2, 82nd Aviation Brigade, Company Commander 313th Military Intelligence Battalion, Division G2 Staff, 82nd Airborne Division; Combat Development, U.S. Army Special Operations Command; Analysis and Control Element Chief and Brigade S3, 470th Military Intelligence Brigade; Chief of EW/Radar, Defense Intelligence Staff, Ministry of Defense, London, UK; Assistant G2 III Corps, Deputy J2 Operations, United States Forces Iraq, Lead intelligence trainer, Iraqi Ground Forces Command, Deputy G2 III Corps; Battalion Commander, 24th Military Intelligence Operations Battalion, Germany; Cyber Operations Officer, United States Army Cyber Command.
Colonel Miskovsky is a graduate of the Army War College and holds a graduate degree in International Relations from Troy State University. Other military schooling includes Command and General Staff College, Combat Developers Course, Jumpmaster Course, Tactical EW/SIGINT Course, Intelligence Officer Advance Course, Bradley Fighting Vehicle Commanders Course, Pathfinder Course, Infantry Officers Basic Course and basic Airborne Course, Instructor and Advanced Instructor Training Courses. He is language qualified in Spanish, Italian and Portuguese.
Colonel Miskovsky’s awards and Decorations include the Bronze Star Medal, Meritorious Service Medal (7th award), Army Commendation Medal (6th award), the Army Achievement Medal (6th award), Joint Service Achievement Medal, the Commander’s Medal For Civilian Service, Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal, the Expert Infantryman Badge, Combat Action Badge, Senior Parachutist Badge, Pathfinder Badge, Basic Recruiters Badge, Instructors Badge and Canadian Army Parachutist Badge.
Colonel Miskovsky is married to Jeanne Miskovsky (Scott) from Salt Lake City, Utah, a veteran of the U.S. Army. The Miskovsky’s have four children: Gunner (20), Gabrielle (18), Gillian (13), Grace Anne (11).
Command Sergeant Major
CSM Luther F. Legg III
Command Sergeant Major Luther F. Legg III was born in Albany, New York. After graduating from Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk High School in 1987, he joined the U.S. Army as a tactical communications systems operator mechanic. He was the Honor Graduate of his Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training courses. Upon completion of Advanced Individual Training, he was assigned to Headquarters Company, 3rd Battalion, 502nd Infantry Regiment, Fort Campbell, Kentucky where he completed Air Assault School. He then served as the senior unit level maintainer with B Battery, 5th Battalion, 5th Air Defense Artillery at Camp Hovey, Korea and as communications chief for the Test and Experimentation Command, Air Defense Artillery Testing Directorate.
Sergeant Major Legg was assigned to recruiting duty in January 1993. Upon completion of the United States Army Recruiter Course at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana, he was assigned to the Holyoke Recruiting Station, Springfield Recruiting Company, Albany Recruiting Battalion. Converting his military occupational skill to Army recruiter in 1995, he was assigned as station commander, East Hartford Medical Recruiting Station. He has since served as the master trainer for 1st Army Medical Department and the regional non-commissioned officer in charge of the Southwest Health Care Recruiting Region. Upon selection for master sergeant, he was assigned as company first sergeant, Long Island Recruiting Company, and later the Albany Recruiting Company. After graduating from the Army Sergeant’s Major Academy, CSM Legg was appointed to Command Sergeant Major and assigned as the Battalion Command Sergeant Major of the Minneapolis Recruiting Battalion. He was then selected as the second Medical Recruiting Brigade “Allgood’s Highlanders” Command Sergeant Major. Before being command selected for the 1st Recruiting Brigade he served as the G-3 Sergeant Major for the Army’s Recruiting Command.
He graduated from the United States Army Primary Leadership Development Course as a Commandant’s List Honoree, the Unit Level Maintainer/Basic Non-Commissioned Officer Course, the Army Recruiter Advanced Non-Commissioned Officer Course, Station Commander’s Course, the Nurse Recruiter Course as Distinguished Honor Graduate, the DA and U.S. Army Recruiting Command’s First Sergeant’s Course, the United States Army Sergeants Major Course as a Class 56 Commandant’s List Honoree and the Recruiting Command Sergeants Major Course. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from Anna Maria College, Paxton, Massachusetts.
His awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit, Meritorious Service Medal with four Oak Leaf Clusters, the Army Commendation Medal with five Oak Leaf Clusters, the Army Achievement Medal with four Oak Leaf Clusters, Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal, Global War On Terrorism Service Medal (non-expeditionary); the Korean Service Medal; four time recipient of Chief Of Staff of the Army Recruiter Excellence award. Sergeant Major Legg is also a recipient of the Recruiter Ring, the Recruiter of Excellence Medallion, and was inducted into the prestigious Glen E. Morrell, Order for Recruiting Excellence. He is an honorary member of the Sergeant Audie Murphy Club, the AMEDD Regiment and the Order of Military Medical Merit and the Order of the Kentucky Colonel.