CW5 Moore’s illustrious military career spanned 34 years and his exemplary service, coupled with a profound concern for the interests of all Quartermasters, especially the warrant officer, propelled all in contact with him to do their very best at all times. He took pleasure in tackling the hardest jobs and set very high standards always displaying the utmost in concern for his soldiers whether rebuilding, restructuring, and improving various operations wherever he was assigned.
CW5 Moore served in many significant high-profile positions as Command Food Advisor, 8th Army, Yongsan, Korea; Division Food Advisor, 101st Airborne Division, (Air Assault), Fort Campbell; Chief, US Army Food Management Assistance Division (FMAD), Army Center of Excellence, Subsistence, Fort Lee and Chief Warrant Officer, Command Arms Support Command, Fort Lee. While serving as Chief of the FMAD, he provided guidance for worldwide assessment of the Army’s Food Service Program. His development of a program to analyze current Army business practices and requirements for food service operations resulted in a savings of more than five million dollars over 27 months. The areas of resource conservation, cost control, food service contracting, kitchen equipment replacement, and maintenance were key factors.
CW5 Moore is a veteran of Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm and Operation Iraq Freedom One. While serving as the Food Advisor for the 24th Infantry Division, he developed a food identification system to make certain that sufficient nutritional food items were on hand before and after the assault to Kuwait and Iraq in 1991. MG Barry McCaffrey, Division Commanding General, presented him with the Bronze Star for his meritorious service.
CW5 Moore is the recipient of the Distinguished Order of Saint Martin, and is a Distinguished Member of Quartermaster Corps.