USAREC ENTERPRISE PORTAL
Commanding General
Maj. Gen. Jeffrey J. Snow
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Deputy Commanding General
Support
Brig. Gen. Troy D. Kok
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Deputy Commanding Officer
Operations
Col. (P) Donna W. Martin
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Command Sergeant Major
Command Sgt. Maj. Willie C. Clemmons
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Commanding General
Jeffrey J. Snow

Major General Jeffrey J. Snow assumed command of the U.S. Army Recruiting Command on June 23, 2015. He was commissioned as a Lieutenant of Infantry in 1983 after graduation from the United States Military Academy. His career spans more than 32 years and he has served in a variety of command and staff assignments in the United States, Germany, Kosovo, Kuwait, and Iraq

Command assignments include B Company, 2d Battalion, 6th Infantry in Erlangen, Germany; 2nd Battalion 2nd Infantry in Vilseck, Germany as well as in Kosovo during Operation Joint Guardian; 1st Brigade, 10th Mountain Infantry at Fort Drum in New York as well as in Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom; and 20th CBRNE Command / JTF-WMD-Elimination at Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland.

Staff assignments include Company Executive Officer and Battalion S1/Adjutant in 2nd Battalion, 6th Infantry in Erlangen Germany; Company and Battalion Tactical Operations Officer, West Point, NY; Battalion Operations Officer, Chief of Operations, and Brigade Operations Officer in the 10th Mountain Division, Fort Drum, NY; Strategic Planner to the Army G3 in the Pentagon; Senior Task Force Observer Controller at the Training Center in Hohenfels, Germany; Executive Officer to the Commanding General, Third U.S. Army / Coalition Forces Land Component Command (CLFCC) stationed primarily in Kuwait; Director of the Iraq Army Training and Advisory Mission and Director of Strategy, Plans and Assessments, U.S. Forces-Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom / Operation New Dawn; Director of Strategy, Plans and Policy, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff G3/5/7, Department of the Army; and most recently, Director of the Department of Defense Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office (SAPRO).

Major General Snow is a graduate of the Infantry Officer Basic Course, the Infantry Officer Advanced Course, Command and General Staff College, and the Army War College. He has Master's Degrees in Social Psychology and Strategic Studies. His awards and decorations include the Distinguished Service Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster (OLC), Defense Superior Service Medal with 2 OLC, Legion of Merit with OLC, Bronze Star Medal with OLC, Meritorious Service Medal with 3 OLC, Joint Service Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal with 4 OLC, and Army Achievement Medal with OLC. He has also earned the Expert Infantry Badge, Combat Infantry Badge, Ranger Tab, Parachutist Badge, Army Staff Identification Badge, Joint Staff Identification Badge, and Office of the Secretary of Defense Identification Badge. 

General Snow is married to Karen, a Physician Assistant, and has three children from his first marriage, two daughters and a son, Lauren (29), Maggie (18), and Kelly (25). 

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Deputy Commanding General - Support
Troy D. Kok

Brigadier General Troy D. Kok assumed duties as the Deputy Commanding General for Support on May 18, 2015. Prior to this assignment, BG Kok commanded the 11th Aviation Command from November 2012 through May 17, 2015.

BG Troy D. Kok began his military career when he enlisted in the Army Reserves in 1982. He received his commission as a Second Lieutenant through the Reserve Officers Training Corps at Central Missouri State University as a Quartermaster officer in 1984. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Aviation Maintenance Technology and received his Masters of Science in Aviation Safety.

While serving with the 219th Transportation Company at Scott AFB, BG Kok transferred to his current branch, Aviation. After attending the Aviation Basic Course, Initial Entry Rotary Wing Officers Course, and the UH-1 Maintenance Test Pilot Course he entered Active Guard Reserve Duty with the 228th Aviation Regiment, Willow Grove PA in 1989. In 1992, BG Kok completed the Aviation Advanced Course and was assigned to 6th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment at Fort Benning, GA where he served as the S4 and Executive Officer.

BG Kok was reassigned to the 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, Fort Eustis, VA in 1996 and served as the Battalion S4 and Executive Officer. After attending the Logistics Executive Development Course at Fort Lee, VA he was assigned to the 244th Aviation Brigade, Fort Sheridan, IL where he was the Brigade S1 and S4. The Chief of the Army Reserve then selected BG Kok for Command of M Company, 158th AVIM in 1999. Upon completion of his command, BG Kok reported to the 377th Theater Support Command in New Orleans during which time he completed the Command General Staff College.

BG Kok was deployed in January 2003 with the 377th TSC in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, serving as the Theater Transportation Officer in the Distribution Management Center. Upon his return, he was selected to command the 377th Special Troop Battalion. BG Kok returned to Kuwait in January 2004 and served as Planning Officer for the Deployment / Redeployment Operations Center OIF I and II rotations.

After completing his second tour, BG Kok was selected to command the Bison Battalion, ROTC unit at Bucknell University, PA where he served as the Professor of Military Science. For two years, he served as commander of the 8th Bn, 229th Avn Regt (ATTACK), Flying Tigers. Upon completion of command he assumed the duties as Recruiting Officer for all of Army Reserve Aviation for the 11th Aviation Command, Ft. Knox, KY.

BG Kok then proceeded to USTRANSCOM, Scott AFB, IL and served as the Deputy Director Reserve Affairs, J9 and Deputy Commander Joint Transportation Reserve Unit for two years. Upon completion of his tour he reported to USACAPOC(A) at Fort Bragg, NC, where he served as the ACofS, G4 and Special Assistant to the CG.

BG Kok was selected to command 11th Theater Aviation Command, Ft. Knox, KY and served as the commander for Army Reserve Aviation for two and a half years. The Chief of Army Reserve selected him to serve as the Deputy Commander General - Support at United States Recruiting Command, where he currently serves.

BG Kok achieved the rank of Brigadier General with an effective date of promotion of 1 March 2013.

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Command Sergeant Major
Willie C. Clemmons

Command Sergeant Major Willie C. Clemmons assumed responsibility of U.S. Army Recruiting Command June 12, 2013. USAREC is responsible for providing the strength of the Army by bringing quality young men and women into the Active Army and the U.S. Army Reserve.

Command Sergeant Major Clemmons began his career with the U.S. Army in Fort Jackson, South Carolina. His other assignment locations include Germany, Kansas, Italy, New York, Texas, Panama, Puerto Rico, Arizona, Georgia, Maryland and the District of Columbia. He has deployed to several locations to include Somalia and Iraq.

He graduated from all levels of the Noncommissioned Officer Education System, the Keystone Course, Pre-Command and Command Sergeants Major Course, Command Sergeant Major Force Management Course, and the Lean Six Sigma Course.

He holds a Master of Science Degree in Information Technology with an emphasis in Telecommunications Management from the University of Maryland University College, a Bachelor's Degree in Behavioral Science from Western International University, an Associate Degree in General Studies from the University of Maryland University College, and certification in Microsoft A+ and Network + from Western New Mexico University.

Command Sergeant Major Clemmons' awards include the Defense Superior Service Medal, Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal and the Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal. He is a recipient of the Navy Presidential Unit Citation, the Joint Meritorious Unit Award, the Army Superior Unit Award, and the Bronze Order of Mercury Award.

He also has earned the Presidential Service Badge, Combat Service Identification Badge, and Recruiter Gold Badge.  He is a lifetime member of the Signal Corps Regimental Association, the Association of the United States Army, the 1600 Communications' Club, and the Sergeant Morales Club.

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Deputy Commanding Officer - Operations
Donna W. Martin

COL (P) Donna W. Martin graduated from Old Dominion University with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and was commissioned a second lieutenant in the Military Police Corps in 1988.

She served more than three years as a platoon leader and executive officer with the 66th MP Company, Karlsruhe, Germany. As a platoon leader, she deployed to Saudi Arabia in support of Operations Desert Shield/Storm from December 1990–June 1991.

Following her deployment, COL Martin attended the Military Police Officer Advanced Course at Fort McClellan, AL. Upon completion, she served as the Battalion S-3 for Headquarters Battalion, Fort Belvoir, VA, and later commanded the Fort Belvoir Military Police Company.

After command, she served as the XO of the 102nd Military Police Detachment (CID) on Schofield Barracks, Hawaii. In 1997, COL Martin was assigned to the Force Design Directorate as the Military Police Subject Matter Expert in the design of the Force XXI Division MP Company.

In 2001, COL Martin served as the 3rd Military Police Battalion Executive Officer at Fort Stewart, GA. The following year she was selected to be the Fort Stewart Garrison S-3. In this position, she served as the OIC of the Deployment Control Headquarters responsible for the deployment of the 3rd Infantry Division to OIF 01.

Before heading back to Hawaii, COL Martin attended the Joint Command Staff College in Norfolk, VA, and assumed her position as the Branch Chief in the U.S. Pacific Command J34 Antiterrorism/Force Protection Directorate.

In 2006, COL Martin was selected to command the 385th Military Police Battalion (Dragoons) in Fort Stewart, GA. The battalion HQs deployed to Afghanistan from 2006-2008 providing command and control to seven military police units and a National Guard field artillery company throughout Regional Command East. After command, COL Martin remained at Fort Stewart to serve as the Inspector General of the 3rd Infantry Division and deployed to Iraq in October 2009. COL Martin is a graduate of the U.S. Army War College in Carlisle Barracks, PA.

COL Martin commanded twice at the brigade level. She commanded the 202d Military Police Group (CID) in Kaiserslautern, FRG from July 2011 until May 2013. In June 2013, she assumed command of the Rear Detachment of the 18th Military Police Brigade. In June 2014, COL Martin reported for duty as the Chief of Investigation, HQDA Inspector General Agency. In March 2015, COL Martin was assigned as the Deputy Commanding Officer of the United States Army Recruiting Command at Fort Knox, KY. COL Martin’s awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit, the Bronze Star Medal with two Oak Leaf Clusters, the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, The Meritorious Service Medal with five Oak Leaf Clusters, the Army Commendation Medal with six Oak Leaf Clusters, the Army Achievement Medal, the Global War on Terrorism Medal, the Southwest Asia Campaign Medal, and the Kuwaiti Liberation Medal.