HEIDELBERG, Germany -- Command Sgt. Maj. Boban Stojanovik of the Army of the Republic of Macedonia was one of three Soldiers from allied nations inducted into the newly created International Student Hall of Fame at the U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy at Fort Bliss, Texas, June 26. The Hall of Fame recognizes those noncommissioned officers who have achieved prominent leadership positions in their countries' military and made lasting contributions to leadership development and the education of their country's NCO Corps. "The significant contributions of qualifying sergeants major around the world deserve recognition," explained Michael Huffman, the director of the USASMA International Military Student Office. "International students who train at the academy visit the Hall of Fame and realize the potential of our graduates and emulate their standards of conduct and academic achievements. Since USASMA is the proponent for the U.S. Army NCO Education System, the academy provides a proper and fitting setting in which to recognize international military students who have reached the pinnacle of their professions, Huffman said. Nomination to the International Hall of Fame is highly selective. Only graduates of the U.S. Army Sergeants Major Resident or Non-resident Course are eligible to be inducted. The service member must be appointed to the highest enlisted