Regimental Command Sergeant Majors


    1980 - Present


CSM ROBERT JORDON


December 1993 – May 1996

CSM Robert Jordan is a native of Orlando, Florida. He enlisted in the Army in July 1966, completed Training at Fort Benning, Georgia and Advanced Individual Training at Fort Huachuca, Arizona.

 

Upon his completion of Advanced Individual Training in December 1966, he was assigned to HHB 3rd Infantry Division Artillery, Germany, where he served as a field wireman. In December 1967, he was assigned to Headquarters Company, 2/60th Communications Platoon. Returning from Vietnam in December1968,CSM Jordan was assigned to Battery A, 4/18th Artillery, 214th Artillery Group, Fort Lewis, Washington where he served Battery Communications Chief. In August 1969 he was assigned to Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 3d Infantry Division, Germany, where he served as Section Chief and Assistant Platoon Sergeant.

 

Returning to the Continental United States in September 1972, he was assigned to the United States Army Field Artillery Board, Fort Sill, Oklahoma, where he served as Section Sergeant, Assistant Platoon Sergeant, and Noncommissioned Officer in Charge of Tactical Fire (TACFIRE) Direction Communications Testing. In 1976, CSM Jordan was assigned to Company C, 122d Signal Battalion, 2nd Infantry Division in Korea, where he served as the Division Support Command (DJSCOM) Platoon Sergeant. He returned to CONUS in 1977, to the 13th Signal Battalion where he served as First Sergeant of Company C, Chief Signal Noncommissioned Officer, and Battalion Operations Sergeant. After three years at Fort Hood, CSM Jordan was reassigned, in 1980,to the 165th Signal Company in Germany, where he served a complete three year tour as Company First Sergeant.

 

Returning to the Continental United States in September 1972, he was assigned to the United States Army Field Artillery Board, Fort Sill, Oklahoma, where he served as Section Sergeant, Assistant Platoon Sergeant, and Noncommissioned Officer in Charge of Tactical Fire (TACFIRE) Direction Communications Testing. In 1976, CSM Jordan was assigned to Company C, 122d Signal Battalion, 2nd Infantry Division in Korea, where he served as the Division Support Command (DJSCOM) Platoon Sergeant. He returned to CONUS in 1977, to the 13th Signal Battalion where he served as First Sergeant of Company C, Chief Signal Noncommissioned Officer, and Battalion Operations Sergeant. After three years at Fort Hood, CSM Jordan was reassigned, in 1980,to the 165th Signal Company in Germany, where he served a complete three year tour as Company First Sergeant.

 

In July 1983,he entered the United States Army Sergeants Major Academy at Fort Bliss, Texas, where he graduated in January1984. He was reassigned in January1984 to the 24th Signal Battalion, 24th Division, Fort Stewart, Georgia, where he served as First Sergeant of Company A, until promoted to Command Sergeant Major. In May1985, CSM Jordan was assigned to the 141st Signal Battalion, 1st Armored Division, Germany. From January 1988 until December 1991, he served as CSM of the 93rd Signal Brigade, VII U.S. Corps, Germany. In January 1992, CSM Jordan was reassigned to the 1108th U.S. Army Signal Brigade. In December 1993,he assumed the position of Command Sergeant Major United States Army Signal Center and Fort Gordon and Regimental Sergeant Major.

 

CSM Jordan's schooling includes the Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course, 31Z Area Communications Systems course, and the Sergeants Major Academy, Class-22. His combat duty includes one year in Vietnam, December1967-December1968,and six months in Desert Shield and Desert Storm, December 1990-May 1991.

 

CSM Jordan has numerous awards and citations. Some of the more prominent include the Legion of Merit (2d-Award), Bronze Star Medal, Meritorious Service Medal (3d Award), Army Commendation Medal (4th-Award), Vietnam Campaign Medal, Kuwait Liberation Medal, Presidential Unit Citation, Meritorious Unit Commendation, Republic of Vietnam Gallantry (With Palm),and the Republic of Vietnam Civil Actions Unit Citation.

 

 


 





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