Bowers, Jeffry, LTC

Armor (Officer)
 
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Current Service Status
USAR Retired
Current/Last Rank
Lieutenant Colonel
Current/Last Service Branch
Armor
Current/Last Primary MOS
19B-Armor
Current/Last MOS Group
Armor (Officer)
Primary Unit
2012-Present, 19B, US Army Human Resources Command
Previously Held MOS
36A-Wireman
19D20-Cavalry Scout
12B-Armor
Service Years
1975 - 2011

Armor

Lieutenant Colonel


 Official Badges 

US Army Retired (Post-2007)


 Unofficial Badges 




 Military Association Memberships
Reserve Officers Association (ROA)U S Cavalry AssociationNational Rifle Association (NRA)American Legion
  1982, Reserve Officers Association (ROA) [Verified]
  1982, U S Cavalry Association
  1990, National Rifle Association (NRA) [Verified]
  2014, American Legion - Assoc. Page


 Additional Information
What are you doing now:
I am currently looking for work.  Since I work as a military contractor in Battle Simulation there are not may positions available.  I need certifications and TS clearance for the position I previously held.  These additional requirement came about while I was mobilzed.
   
Other Comments:
I am an Era Soldier, Viet Nam era, Grenada era, Panama era, Gulf War era (Operation Desert Storm), Bosnia/Kosavo era, Operation Iraqi Freedom era, Operation Enduring Freedom era, Operation New Dawn era.
   
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  1976, Marine Officer Candidate School (Quantico, VA), D Co/1 Plt
School
Marine Officer Candidate School (Quantico, VA)

Company
D Co

Platoon
1 Plt

Start Date 
Jun, 1976
 

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Last Updated:Sep 13, 2016
   
Personal Memories

Best Friends
Me - second row from bottom, third in from the right

Best Moment
There were a couple of NCO going through OCS with me.  One of them made GySgt while in school.  Sr. Drill Instructor congratulated him, Company Commander razed him and told him to forget it if he was going to be an officer.

While I was at Quantico is the only time I have been on helicopters.

The Black Watch SGT MAJ exchange instructor.

The obstacle and conficdence course

 

   

Worst Moment
The Comany Commander was not at all happy I was there and did everything he could to let me know it.  I was a PFC and he called me his Private F$#%&# Civilian and that was were I belonged since I was not an NCO already.

The grinder, I passed out

My broken foot.  It finally allowed the Company Commander to get rid of me.

Instructors
The Sr. Drill Instructor knew me from San Diego and kept a special eye on me.

The SGT, our other Drill Instructor, was gentle, not like those in Basic Training.

   

Other Memories
Regimental Commander Mast
Article 15 for excessive hair cut and depriving the barber of an income
The detail which offered the Regimental Commander a "chew" before we road marched to our bivouc area.
The trip to 8th & I in the cattle cars to watch the Silent Drill Team
The Hari Christnas at Washington Airport harrassing me on crutches carrying two seabags
Spending the 4th of July, 1976 in Washington D.C.

   
My Photos From This Recruit Training
Officer Candidate School

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