LTC Clydellia S. Prichard-Allen
Lieutenant Colonel Prichard-Allen initially entered military service in 1989 as an enlisted member of the Army Reserve, and became a member of the Active Army in 1992. Her enlisted assignments included instructor at Fort Benning, Georgia, a voluntary deployment in support of Operation Desert Storm/Desert Shield, an assignment the 25th Chemical Company in Buedingen, Germany and the 4/227th Aviation Battalion in Fort Hood, Texas. In 1996, after nearly six and a half years of enlisted service, Clydellia competed for and won a two year scholarship under the Army’s Green to Gold (Enlisted to Officer) Program at South Carolina State University. She entered Active duty as a Second Lieutenant in the Adjutant General’s Corps in May 1998. LTC Prichard-Allen later continued her education, and in 2003 she received her Master’s Degree in Human Resources Development with honors from Webster University (Fort Bragg Campus). Her military education included Adjutant General’s Corps Basic Course, the Captain’s Career Course, and Intermediate Level Education (ILE) .
As an officer, LTC Prichard-Allen has served as the Executive Officer for Bravo Detachment, 18th Personnel Services Battalion (PSB), the Battalion Adjutant for the 9th Psychological Operations Battalion, 4th Psychological Operations Group, and the Enlisted Strength Manager for the 1st Corps Support Command (COSCOM). LTC Prichard-Allen was selected to command Alpha Detachment, 203rd PSB, located in Fort Wainwright, Alaska in 2002. Following her command, she was selected as a Board Recorder for The Department of the Army Secretariat, and was then selected as the Executive Officer for the Director of Military Personnel Management (DMPM) under the Army G-1 at the Pentagon. LTC Prichard-Allen was assigned to Fort Bragg as the Brigade Adjutant for the 82d Combat Aviation Brigade where she deployed to Afghanistan during Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF 11-12). After returning from her one year deployment, LTC Prichard-Allen was selected to serve as a Physical Evaluations board Adjudicator for the United States Army Physical Disability Agency in Arlington, Virginia. She has held positions as an Adjudicator, the Special Actions Officer, the Deputy G3 and G3 Operations officer and most recently she was selected, over her peers, to become the Chief of Staff for the entire Agency which consists of a Headquarters and three separate Physical Evaluation Board locations around the United States.
LTC Prichard-Allen was a below the zone select to Major. LTC Prichard-Allen’s military awards include a Bronze Star Medal, the Meritorious Service Medal with four oak leaf clusters, the Army Commendation Medal with four oak leaf clusters, the Army Achievement Medal with three oak leaf clusters, the Good Conduct Medal, the National Defense Service Medal with a bronze star, the Southwest Asia Service Medal, the Afghanistan Campaign Medal with one star, the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, the Non-Commissioned Officers Professional Development Ribbon with a number two device, the Army Service Ribbon, the Overseas Service Ribbon with a number three device, the NATO Medal (ISAF), and the Kuwait Liberation Medal.
Command Sergeant Major
CSM Joe N. Campbell Sr.
Command Sergeant Major Joe N. Campbell Sr. was born in Ohio. He moved to College Park, GA where he graduated from Lakeshore High School, College Park, GA. Upon completion of High School, he decided to embark on a military career by enlisting in the Army.
CSM Campbell’s assignments consisted of Basic Recruit Training, Fort Jackson, SC and Advanced Individual Training (31K) Fort Gordon, GA. His permanent duty stations were: 2/34th Field Artillery, Fort Sill, OK; 1/17th Field Artillery, Fort Sill, OK; 1/228th AVN, Fort Clayton Panama (Operation Just Cause); 5th Signal Battalion, Fort Polk, LA; and the 134th Signal (2nd AD), Fort Hood, TX.
Command Sergeant Major Campbell joined the United States Army Recruiting Command in 1995 as a detailed recruiter with the Margate Recruiting Station, Miami Recruiting Battalion. He was later assigned to the Pompano Beach Recruiting Station. In 1998, CSM Campbell was assigned to the Atlanta Recruiting Battalion with duty in the College Park Recruiting Station as a Field Recruiter. He was then assigned to Midtown Recruiting Station as the Station Commander where he later moved to the Battalion Staff as an Operations NCO and MEPS Guidance Counselor.
In 2002, CSM Campbell accepted the challenge in assuming duties as the First Sergeant of the Atlanta Recruiting Company. Upon selection to Master Sergeant Sep 2003, he proceeded to West Memphis Recruiting Company, Jackson Recruiting Battalion as the First Sergeant. In 2005, CSM Campbell transitioned to the first ever First Sergeant position with 2nd Recruiting Brigade’s Mobile Career Counseling Detachment (MCCD). Upon appointment to Command Sergeant Major, CSM Campbell proceeded to serve within the Medical Recruiting Brigade, 2nd Medical Recruiting Battalion from April 2008 to July 2010.
CSM Campbell has successfully completed all Army NCOES courses, PLDC, Fort Sherwin Panama, BNCOC Fort Sill , OK, ANCOC, Fort Jackson, Station Commander Course, Fort Jackson, SC, Guidance Counselor Course, First Sergeant Course, Fort Jackson, SC, Command Sergeants Major Academy (Navy Senior Enlisted Academy), Newport Rhode Island.
CSM Campbell’s educational accomplishments includes: Bachelors of Science Degree, Communications, and a Masters Degree in Education, with an emphasis in Administrative Leadership.
His awards and decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal (4th award), Army Commendation Medal (3rd award), Army Achievement Medal (3rd award), Gold Recruiter Badge, Recruiter Ring, and the Glen E. Morrell Medallion.