• Command Sgt. Maj. David S. Davenport Sr., the senior enlisted leader for U.S. Army Europe, fields questions from 30th Medical Command Soldiers Jan. 22 at Sembach Kaserne. Davenport discussed his ideas for how Soldiers can succeed in today's Army, including staying fit, disciplined and well-trained.

    USAREUR CSM Davenport talks to Soldiers

    Command Sgt. Maj. David S. Davenport Sr., the senior enlisted leader for U.S. Army Europe, fields questions from 30th Medical Command Soldiers Jan. 22 at Sembach Kaserne. Davenport discussed his ideas for how Soldiers can succeed in today's Army...

  • Command Sgt. Maj. David S. Davenport Sr., the senior enlisted leader for U.S. Army Europe, fields questions from 30th Medical Command Soldiers Jan. 22 at Sembach Kaserne. Davenport discussed his ideas for how Soldiers can succeed in today's Army, including staying fit, disciplined and well-trained.

    USAREUR CSM visits 30th MEDCOM in Sembach

    Command Sgt. Maj. David S. Davenport Sr., the senior enlisted leader for U.S. Army Europe, fields questions from 30th Medical Command Soldiers Jan. 22 at Sembach Kaserne. Davenport discussed his ideas for how Soldiers can succeed in today's Army...

  • Command Sgt. Maj. David S. Davenport Sr., the senior enlisted leader for U.S. Army Europe, recognized 3 Soldiers from the 30th Medical Command (from left, CSM David Davenport Sr., Sgt. Herbert White, Sgt. Andre Caldwell and Specialist Brandon Jimenez) Jan. 22 at Sembach Kaserne. Davenport also discussed his ideas for how Soldiers can succeed in today's Army, including staying fit, disciplined and well-trained.

    USAREUR Command Sergeant Major recognizes Soldiers for their hard work

    Command Sgt. Maj. David S. Davenport Sr., the senior enlisted leader for U.S. Army Europe, recognized 3 Soldiers from the 30th Medical Command (from left, CSM David Davenport Sr., Sgt. Herbert White, Sgt. Andre Caldwell and Specialist Brandon Jimenez)...

SEMBACH, Germany - Command Sgt. Maj. David S. Davenport Sr., the senior enlisted leader for U.S. Army Europe, fields questions from 30th Medical Command Soldiers Jan. 22 at Sembach Kaserne. Davenport discussed his ideas for how Soldiers can succeed in today's Army, including staying fit, disciplined and well-trained.

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