Regimental Command Sergeant Majors
CSM Stanley M. Davis
September 2000 – October 2002
Command Major (CSM) Stanley M. Davis retired in 2002 after more than two years as the fifth Signal Corps Command Sergeant Major, and with more than 30 years of uniformed service. Just prior to his current assignment he was CSM for 5th Command, Germany, beginning in August, 1998.
CSM Davis. a native of Fayetteville, North Carolina, first enlisted in June 1972. His first assignment was with the 82d Airborne Division (ABN), Fort Bragg, North Carolina. advancing from Radio Operator to Radio Teletype Section Chief and then to Tactical Battalion Communications Chief. His next stop was Fort Gordon, first as an Instructor, then as Platoon Sergeant within the 1st Student Brigade, an assignment that until 1985, when assigned to Karlsruhe. Germany, as Operations NCOIC within the 7th Signal Brigade and later as First Sergeant or its HQ Company.
He returned to Fort Bragg in 1988 first as Battalion Ops NCOIC, 50th Signal Battalion (Bn), 35th Signal Brigade (ABN). and then as First Sergeant. Charlie Company. 50th Signal Bn. 25th Signal Brigade (ABN). He was then assigned to the 25th Infantry Division. Hawaii, as a First Sergeant and then, for four years as CSM, 1I16th Signal Bn., 516th Signal Brigade, Fort Shafter Hawaii. From 19951997, CSM Davis served as Group CSM, Regional Signal Group SHAPE, Belgium. then was CSM, 5th Signal Command, Mannheim, Germany.
CSM Davis earned a degree from City University, WA, and is pursuing a second degree in Liberal Arts from Regents University, NY. He is Airborne and Air Assault trained and a 1992 graduate from the U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy. Among his many awards are the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, six (6) Meritorious Service Medals, an ARCOM with 3 oak leaf clusters, two (2) National Defense Service Medals, (5) Overseas Service Ribbons. The U.N. Medal, Joint Military Award, the Master Parachute Badge and other ribbons and awards