LRC welcomes new NCOs at COMSEC activity
October 17, 2012
By LRC Release
Sgt. 1st Class Rhonda Watts, who works in San Antonio, has been conducting communications security activities for the last four and a half years. Watts started her Army career in the Missouri Army National Guard in 2000 as an administrative specialist and then entered the Active Guard Reserve as a unit supply specialist in September of 2002. In 2006 she converted to Active Duty and became a telecommunications operator eventually transitioning to a position as information systems operator with the Communications Security Logistics Agency, or CSLA. Married with three children, Watts aspires to reach the rank of master sergeant and become a communications security inspector during her remaining 8 years in the Army. Education is also a goal for Watts, as she plans to complete her bachelor's degree in accounting by the culmination of her Army career.
Sgt. 1st Class Raymond Truskowski, also working in San Antonio in the communications security field with CSLA. He started his career with the U.S. Army in 1996 as a combat engineer and later reclassified as a telecommunications operator. He spent most of his career as an information systems operator-analyst and transitioned to his most recent position in the COMSEC realm. Truskowski is married with two children and plans to enjoy all the opportunities the Army affords him for the remaining years of his career.