597th Transportation Brigade celebrates diversity, Women's History Month

By Julie KelemenMarch 1, 2023

Although they make up less than three percent of total Army strength, Mobility Warrant Officers also have great job responsibility that includes serving as the Army’s Assist commanders in planning and conducting unit movement operations and...
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Before becoming a warrant officer, Mancheno was a Sergeant First Class and credits her father, a Special Forces Soldier in Ecuador, as a major influence in her career.
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As a mobility warrant officer in the 597th Transportation Brigade, Mancheno is a technical expert in unit movement operations and coordinates deployment and distribution actions with multinational, joint, Army, and commercial agencies....
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Before becoming a warrant officer, Mancheno was a Sergeant First Class and credits her father, a Special Forces Soldier in South America, as a major influence in her career.
(Photo Credit: US Army Photo courtesy of Chief Warrant Officer 3 Sherilyn Mancheno)
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The Army is about people. This month, in recognition of Women's History Month, we're talking about our Soldiers, our families, the Department of the Army Civilians and our retired Soldiers and veterans who all contribute to make us the world's greatest Army.

This year's theme is, "Celebrating Women Who Tell Our Stories." Here to kick off this year's campaign is Chief Warrant Officer 3 Sherilyn Mancheno.

Mancheno is a role model of honorable service and a technical expert who takes personal pride in performing her duties and serving as the command's key staff officer for deployment planning, execution, advice, coordination, and training.

Before becoming a warrant officer, Mancheno was a Sergeant First Class and credits her father, a Special Forces Soldier in Ecuador, as a major influence in her career.

Mancheno has demonstrated that a lifelong commitment to personal and professional development is a hallmark of Army Culture and a testament of our ability to continually adapt and innovate. Rapid Support!

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