Sergeant Major King served in a multitude of challenging positions of increasing responsibility culminating as the United States Army Combined Arms Support Command G-3/5/7 Sergeant Major. She was instrumental in synchronizing the Combined Arms Support Command Strategic Plan across the staff and five schools in support of TRADOC and the Operational Army. She redesigned the orders and tasking management processes to better synchronize Sustainment Meetings and the Logistics Leader Development Strategy. While serving as the Quartermaster School Logistics Training Department Sergeant Major, she was responsible for the training of over 10,000 Initial Military Training Soldiers for the operating force. She spearheaded and oversaw the redesign of the 92A and 92Y enlisted Military Occupational Specialties and two Additional Skill Identifiers, to include, classroom upgrades and changes to Program of Instructions aimed at better preparing logistics Soldiers. While deployed her efforts in support of the Afghan National Security Forces left an indelible mark on the nation of Afghanistan.
US Army Quartermaster Corps
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