ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. –The U.S. Army Women’s Foundation Hall of Fame inducted Rebecca Isaac, DRO Logistics Operations Branch Chief for the U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command’s Integrated Logistics Support Center.
The Army Women’s Foundation honors US Army women’s service and sacrifices through our Hall of Fame Induction and Special Recognition Awards program.
Isaac’s career spans over 4 decades and is brimming with accomplishments and accolades that make her the perfect candidate for this prestigious honor. Her career began in 1975 in the Women’s Army Corps at Fort Jackson, Mississippi, where she started as a non-commissioned officer. During this time Isaac was deployed on several overseas tours to Germany, Italy, and South Korea where she worked hard to make a name for herself in a traditionally male-dominated environment.
She successfully led both avionics and electronic shops, directing Soldiers to ensure the shops were functioning at their utmost efficiently. In 1988 she was promoted to Warrant Officer with a focus on electronic maintenance, managing countless electronic maintenance shops providing both internal and external assistance. In 2005 after a long and prestigious military career, Isaac retired from the United States Army with almost 30 years of service as a Chief Warrant Officer Four.
In 2006, Isaac joined the Army once again as a civilian employee. In future years, the ILSC was lucky enough to bring on Isaac as the ILSC DRO Logistics Operations Branch Chief, where she leads her team successfully and meets the exacting demands of the organization with ease.
Isaac is dedicated to not only her career, but also in being a single mother to one daughter. She comes from an Army family, with her brother and sister having also served in the military.
She shares the following words of wisdom with the ILSC community. “Be yourself, do the job that is assigned to you, and go the extra step.”