LTC Kevin D. Bouren
Lt. Col. Kevin D. Bouren entered the United States Military Academy Preparatory School as a Private E-2. Upon graduation from USMAPS, he entered West Point and later was commissioned a 2nd Lt. of Field Artillery. After serving for 14 years in the Field Artillery, Lt. Col. Bouren transferred branches now serves in the Adjutant General’s Corps. He holds a B.S. Degree in Individual Psychology from West Point, an M.A. Degree in Management from Webster University, an MBA from the McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin, and a Master of Military Operational Art and Science Degree from the Air Command and Staff College at the Air University, Alabama. He is also a graduate of the Field Artillery Officer Basic and Captains Career Course, and the Combined Arms and Services Staff School.
Lt. Col. Bouren has served in a variety of diverse assignments, to include major peacekeeping and combat operations. Previous assignments include: 1st Battalion, 12th Field Artillery (MLRS) at Fort Sill Okla. His assignments there included MLRS Firing Platoon Leader, Battery Operations Officer, Battalion S-1/Adjutant, and Battalion S-2/Intelligence Officer. Lt. Col. Bouren then deployed in support of Operation Joint Guardian as the Aide-de-Camp to the Assistant Chief of Staff Operations in Pristina, Kosovo (KFOR5). Upon returning from Kosovo, he served as the Aide-de-Camp to the DCG of Fort Sill and the Assistant Commandant of the Field Artillery School. Lt. Col. Bouren was then assigned to Fort Riley, Kan., and the 4th Battalion, 1st Field Artillery (Paladin) where he served as the Assistant Brigade FSO for the 3d BCT, 1st AD. He later commanded HHB, 4-1 FA, and led them during a combat deployment in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF1). While in Iraq, Lt. Col. Bouren also served as Mayor of the Al-Mansour neighborhood of Baghdad. Following command, Lt. Col. Bouren served for three years as the Executive Officer for the Directorate of Admissions at West Point. After earning a Master’s Degree at the U.S. Air Force’s Air University, Lt. Col. Bouren was assigned to Shaw AFB, S.C, there he served as the Operations Officer for the 4th Battlefield Coordination Detachment and worked alongside the U.S. Air Force Central Command while deployed to Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar, in support of OIF, OEF, and OND. After his third deployment, Lt. Col. Bouren became an AG officer and was then assigned to the Third Army/U.S. Army Central Command Headquarters where he served as the Deputy Chief of G-1 Plans and Operations, both at Shaw AFB and in Camp Arifjan, Kuwait. LTC Bouren later returned to the same brigade in which he began his career 14 years prior—the 17th Fires Brigade—which had moved to Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM), Wash. This time, however, Lt. Col. Bouren would serve these Field Artillery Soldiers as the Brigade S-1. He later served as the Secretary of the General Staff (SGS) for 7th Infantry “Bayonet” Division at JBLM. Lt. Col. Bouren’s most recent assignment was the Deputy G-1 for I Corps at JBLM, where he served as a senior Human Resources advisor to the Commanding General of “America’s Corps.”
He has more than 20 awards and decorations, for achievement and service.
Command Sergeant Major
CSM Juan H. Dozier
CSM Juan H.D. Dozier's previous assignment prior to arriving to USARB San Antonio was the Operations SGM for the USARB Nashville. MSG Dozier has held a variety of leadership positions throughout his career ranging from Squad Leader to First Sergeant.
CSM Dozier was born in the great city of Chicago, Illinois. He attended Basic Combat Training at Ft. Leonard Wood, Missouri and Advance Individual Training at Ft. Dix, New Jersey.
CSM Dozier has served in multiple positions during his tenure in the Army living up to the statement of “BE ALL YOU CAN BE”. He has served in the 70th Transportation Company, 106th Transportation Battalion, 37th Group, Giessen, Germany. Following this assignment he served as a Team Leader with the 2/11 Armored Cavalry Regiment, Ft. Irwin, California where he completed over 30 rotations as OPFOR. He was then assigned to 1st of the 10th U.S. Cavalry as a Team Leader and Squad Leader prior to being selected for recruiting duty.
CSM Dozier was assigned to USARB Southern California Recruiting with duty in Riverside, CA as a detailed recruiter and reclassified to 79R after completing 18 months. Following this assignment he served as the Station Commander for the Pontiac RS within USARB Columbia. He was then selected to serve as a Guidance Counselor at the Ft. Jackson MEPS. After completing his duties as a Guidance Counselor he assumed duties as the Station Commander for the St. Peters RS within USARB St. Louis, later serving as the Company 1SG for the St. Louis Recruiting Company. Upon completion of his 1SG tenure he was assigned to USARB Houston as the Senior Operations NCOIC.
CSM Dozier’s military education includes Basic Leadership Corse, Advance Leadership Course, Army Recruiter Course, Senior Leadership Course, Guidance Counselor and Operations Course, DA First Sergeant Course, USAREC First Sergeant Course and is a graduate of the United States Army Sergeants Major Academy.
CSM Dozier’s accomplishments, awards and decorations include 4th Infantry Division NCO of the Year, USARB Columbia Station Commander of the Year, USAREC Guidance Counselor of the Year. He has been awarded the Meritorious Service Medal (3rd OLC), Army Commendation Medal (7th OLC), Army Achievement Medal (5th OLC), the Army Gold Recruiting Ring, and the Glen E. Morrell Medallion/Ring. He is a member of the prestigious Sergeant Audie Murphy Club (Ft. Hood Chapter), Order of the Spur recipient 11 Armored Cavalry Regiment and the 1st of the 10th U.S. Cavalry.