Culver, Timothy, CSM

Medical Department (Enlisted)
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Current Service Status
USA Retired
Current/Last Rank
Command Sergeant Major
Current/Last Service Branch
Army Medical Specialist Corps
Current/Last Primary MOS
68Z-Chief Medical NCO
Current/Last MOS Group
Medical Department (Enlisted)
Primary Unit
2003-2004, 68W, Multi-National Security Transition Command - Iraq (MNSTC)
Previously Held MOS
91B10-Medical Specialist
91D10-Operating Room Specialist
91A10-Medical Corpsman
68W-Health Care Specialist
00Z-Command Sergeant Major MD
00Z-Command Sergeant Major
Service Years
1979 - 2010
Foreign Language(s)
Official/Unofficial US Army Certificates
Certificate Of Achievement
Certificate Of Appreciation
Cold War Certificate
Operation Enduring Freedom
Operation Iraqi Freedom
Order of the Spur
Reforger Certificate
Soldier of the Month
Soldier of the Quarter

Command Sergeant Major

Ten Service Stripes

Two Overseas Service Bars

 Official Badges 

US Army Retired USA Central USAE Central Command USAE Multi-National Corps-Iraq

USAE Multi-National Forces Iraq (MNF-I) Army Retired-Soldier for Life US Army Retired (Post-2007)

 Unofficial Badges 

Mountain US Coast Guard Honorable Discharge Medical Shoulder Cord Army Honorable Discharge (1984-Present)

Cold War Medal Order of Military Medical Merit Cold War Veteran Next of Kin Lapel Pin

 Military Associations and Other Affiliations
Post 2669, Fred Needham PostArmy Historical FoundationIraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA)Patriot Guard Riders
Non Commissioned Officers Association (NCOA)Association of United States Army (AUSA)Post 1National Rifle Association (NRA)
Wounded Warrior ProjectDustoff AssociationArmed Forces E9 AssociationVFW Riders
Chapter 5
  2004, Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States (VFW), Post 2669, Fred Needham Post (National President) (Port Orchard, Washington)3 - Chap. Page
  2004, Army Historical Foundation [Verified]
  2005, Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA) [Verified] - Assoc. Page
  2006, Patriot Guard Riders [Verified]14
  2006, Patriot Guard Riders [Verified]
  2006, Non Commissioned Officers Association (NCOA) [Verified] - Assoc. Page
  2007, Association of United States Army (AUSA) [Verified] - Assoc. Page
  2007, American Veterans (AMVETS), Post 1 (Member) (Tacoma, Washington) [Verified] - Chap. Page
  2008, Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States (VFW) [Verified] - Assoc. Page
  2008, National Rifle Association (NRA) [Verified]
  2008, Wounded Warrior Project [Verified]
  2009, Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA) [Verified] - Assoc. Page
  2010, Dustoff Association [Verified]4 - Assoc. Page
  2011, Armed Forces E9 Association
  2011, VFW Riders1 - Assoc. Page
  2011, Armed Forces E9 Association
  2013, Armed Forces E9 Association
  2014, Disabled American Veterans (DAV), Chapter 5 (Executive Director) (Bremerton, Washington) - Chap. Page

 Additional Information
What are you doing now:

Our family has served proudly and honorably since before Valley Forge.

Edward Colver and his sons served in the early 1600's.


ID NumberLast NameFirst NameStateRankRegimentPlease Select

CT15676CulverAaronCTPRIVATE7 CTCT15676

CT10142CulverAbelCTPRIVATE5 CTCT10142

CT05291CulverDanielCTPRIVATE4 CTCT05291

CT03794CulverDavidCTSERGEANT4 CTCT03794

CT04258CulverJohnCTPRIVATE4 CTCT04258

MA19161CulverJosephMAPRIVATE1 MAMA19161

MA14567CulverJosephMAPRIVATE2 MAMA14567

DE17008CulverLevenDEPRIVATE1 DELDE17008

CT16202CulverMosesCTPRIVATE1 CTCT16202

George W. Culver who was killed September 17, 1868 at the Battle of Beecher's Island in what is now northeastern Colorado. He was one of Col. Forsyth's Scouts from the Saline Valley area of Kansas. He had Civil War service with Company E, 2nd Colorado Cavalry and in 1866 elected as the first Ottawa County Treasurer, Ottawa County Kansas. He was first buried on the battlefield, later moved to Fort Wallace, Kansas and later to Ft. Leavenworth National Cemetery, Kansas. The town of Culver in Ottawa County, Kansas is named for him.

 Company E
George W. Culver, 2nd Lieutenant

I currently:
Assist with Homeless Veterans at Retsil Veterans Home and American Lake VA.

E-9 Association

Member of the Patriot Guard

Raise toy donations for the Children at Harrison Medical Center.

V.F.W Gold Legacy Life Member. 

VFW Riders. Historian, PR etc.

Member AUSA, Fort Lewis Chapter.

Member Army Historical Foundation

Member Army Museum

Other Comments:
Family is everything to me. I have a wonderful and beautiful wife, 4 great boys and perfect In-Laws. 

I ride my Harley as much as possible... LH&R
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 Ribbon Bar

Combat Action 1st Award
Expert Field Medical
Aviation Badge (Senior)

 National Guard Awards

 Enlisted/Officer Basic Training
  1980, 4th Battalion, 2nd Training Brigade (Fort Leonard Wood, MO), A/29
 Unit Assignments/ Advancement Schools
81st Infantry Brigade181st Support BattalionUS Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC)U.S. Army
ARNG, OregonAdjutant General Units42nd Field Artillery Brigade97th General Hospital
3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry Flatiron Air AmbulanceNCO Academy (Cadre) Fort Benning, GAIndividual Ready Reserve (IRR)
Surgical/Evacuation Hospital UnitsARNG, Washington7th Brigade (Training Support), 104th DivisionUS Coast Guard
91st Infantry DivisionCombined Joint Task Force 7 (CJTF-7)1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry DivisionMulti-National Security Transition Command - Iraq  (MNSTC)
US Army Sergeants Major Academy (USASMA) Course91st Division (Training Support)385th Transportation Battalion70th Regional Readiness Command
311th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)654th Area Support Group364th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)
  1979-1980, 91B10, 81st Infantry Brigade
  1979-1980, 91B10, B Company, 181st Support Battalion
  1979-1980, 91B10, HQ, US Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC)
  1980-1980, 91B10, (91B AIT) Medical Specialist Training Course
  1980-1981, 91B10, HHD, Oregon Army National Guard
  1981-1981, 91B10, 21st Replacement Battalion
  1981-1982, 91B10, HHB, 42nd Field Artillery Brigade
  1981-1982, 91D10, 97th General Hospital
  1982-1983, 91A10, HHT, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry
  1983-1986, 91B10, Flatiron Air Ambulance
  1984-1984, 91B10, NCO Academy (Cadre) Fort Benning, GA
  1986-1989, 91B10, Individual Ready Reserve (IRR)
  1989-1993, 91B10, 164th Surgical Hospital
  1989-1995, 91B10, State Area Command (STARC) Washington
  1995-1997, 7th Brigade (Training Support), 104th Division
  1995-1997, 51M10, US Coast Guard
  1997-2003, 68W, 91st Infantry Division
  2003-2003, 68W, Combined Joint Task Force 7 (CJTF-7)
  2003-2004, 68W, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division
  2003-2004, 68W, Multi-National Security Transition Command - Iraq (MNSTC)
  2005-2005, 68W, US Army Sergeants Major Academy (USASMA) Course
  2005-2005, 68Z, 91st Division (Training Support)
  2005-2007, 00Z, 385th Transportation Battalion
  2005-2007, 00Z, 70th Regional Readiness Command
  2007-2010, 00Z, 311th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)
  2007-2010, 00Z, 654th Area Support Group
  2010-2010, 00Z, 364th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)
 Combat and Non-Combat Operations
  1983-1983 Training Exercise - Reforger '83
  2001-2002 Operation Noble Eagle
  2001-2003 Operation Noble Eagle
  2002-2002 Operation Noble Eagle
  2003-2003 OIF/Liberation of Iraq (2003)/Push to Baghdad
  2003-2003 OIF/Liberation of Iraq (2003)/Battle of Baghdad
  2003-2004 OIF/Transition of Iraq (2003-04)/Camp Victory, Baghdad, Iraq
  2003-2004 OIF/Transition of Iraq (2003-04)/Camp Victory, Baghdad, Iraq
  2003-2004 OIF/Transition of Iraq (2003-04)/Camp Victory, Baghdad, Iraq
  2003-2004 OIF/Transition of Iraq (2003-04)/Camp Victory, Baghdad, Iraq
 Reflections on Service
Please describe who or what influenced your decision to join the Army.
Whether you were in the service for several years or as a career, please describe the direction or path you took. What was your reason for leaving?
If you participated in any military operations, including combat, humanitarian and peacekeeping operations, please describe those which made a lasting impact on you and, if life-changing, in what way?
From your entire military service, describe any memories you still reflect back on to this day.
What professional achievements are you most proud of from your military career?
Of all the medals, awards, formal presentations and qualification badges you received, or other memorabilia, which one is the most meaningful to you and why?
Which individual(s) from your time in the military stand out as having the most positive impact on you and why?
Can you recount a particular incident from your service, which may or may not have been funny at the time, but still makes you laugh?
What profession did you follow after your military service and what are you doing now? If you are currently serving, what is your present occupational specialty?
What military associations are you a member of, if any? What specific benefits do you derive from your memberships?
In what ways has serving in the military influenced the way you have approached your life and your career? What do you miss most about your time in the service?
Based on your own experiences, what advice would you give to those who have recently joined the Army?
In what ways has helped you remember your military service and the friends you served with.
 Colleges Attended 
University of Maryland, European DivisionExcelsior CollegePark University
  1981-1982, University of Maryland, European Division
  2004-2005, Excelsior College
  2004-2005, Army Sergeants Major Academy
  2005-2005, Park University
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