68Z Multifunctional Medical Battalion (MMB) Command Sergeant Major (CSM)
Command Sergeant Major of a 250-Soldier Medical Battalion comprised of a Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, a Medical Company Area Support (MCAS), and Medical Company Ground Ambulance (MCGA); advises the Commander on enlisted matters; sets standards and enforces policies, regulations, and directives; is the extension of the Commander's intent, vision, and execution of the mission; responsible for the health, discipline, morale, and welfare in the Medical Battalion; coaches and trains the Operations Sergeant Major and the First Sergeants; supervises their professional development and advises on their personnel assignments; facilitates the talent management of all Soldiers across the entire command; acts as the Commander's representative in supervising aspects vital to battalion operations.
12A60 Engineer Battalion CSM
Command Sergeant Major of a 511-Soldier Engineer Battalion comprised of a Headquarters and Headquarters Company, a Forward Support Company, two Engineer Companies, and two Engineer Detachments; advises the Commander on enlisted matters; sets standards and enforces policies, regulations, and directives; responsible for the health, discipline, morale, and welfare in the Engineer Battalion; coaches and trains First Sergeants, supervises their professional development, and advises on their personnel assignments; acts as the Commander's representative in supervising aspects vital to battalion operations.
Command Sergeant Major
Command Sergeant Major of a 424-Soldier Cavalry Squadron comprised of an HHT, two Mounted Troops, a Dismounted Troop, and a Forward Support Company; as the senior Noncommissioned Officer within the Squadron, advises the Commander on enlisted matters; serves as the Squadron's senior enlisted trainer; coaches and trains First Sergeants and Platoon Sergeants and guides their professional development; as the Commander's representative, prioritizes and supervises operations; responsible for the health, discipline, morale, and welfare of the Squadron.
15Z/Support Operations Sergeant Major
Serves as the 1st Air Cavalry Brigades (ACB) Support Operations SGM; provides sustainment for over 6,000 ground vehicles and equipment, 155 rotary wing aircraft; plans, coordinates, synchronizes and manages sustainment support for the ACB, including fuel, ammunition, transportation, mortuary affairs, Sustainment Support Management Office (SASMO), air and ground maintenance management; responsible for the leadership, mentorship and training of 24 Officers, Warrant Officers, NCO's and Soldiers.
25X6O6C Battalion CSM
Serves as the Command Sergeant Major of an Expeditionary Signal Battalion responsible for the global deployment and operational readiness of tactical and strategic C4I platforms and services in support of FORSCOM objectives; principal enlisted advisor to the commander on all matters; responsible for the enforcement of established policies and standards; responsible for the welfare, discipline, training, personnel management, and professional development of 481 Soldiers; administers the Battalion's Noncommissioned Officer Development Program and mentorship of 1 SGM, 4 1SGs, and 18 SFCs; focuses on command climate, equal opportunity, and retention.
Medical Recruiting Battalion Command Sergeant Major
Serves as the senior NCO of a Medical Recruiting Battalion; serves as the primary enlisted advisor to the Battalion Commander on all Soldier, morale and recruiting issues; oversees all aspects of recruiting production to include mission planning, prospecting and the processing of all applicants applying to serve as a commissioned officer in the Army Medical Department; responsible for the training and professional development of ___ Soldiers and ___ DA civilians serving in ___ Medical Recruiting Stations covering a ____,____ square mile area in ___ states in the (Northeast) United States.
Brigade Command Sergeant Major
Serves as the Senior Enlisted advisor to the Brigade Commander for the _______ recruiting brigade covering __ states and comprised of _____ Soldiers and civilians; responsible for the development of tactics, techniques, and procedures that focus on the shaping and sustainment of the recruiting force and mission; sets the standards and is the principle enforcer of policies, regulations, and directives; accomplishes the recruiting mission through developing subordinates in becoming independent of supervision; serves as the primary enlisted advisor on all Soldier, morale and recruiting issues; provides strategic input regarding current and future operations in addition to enforcing consistent transformation.
103-03 Command Sergeant Major
Command Sergeant Major of a 695-Soldier Infantry Battalion comprised of an HHC, three Rifle Cos., and a Weapons Co.; he is the senior Noncommissioned Officer within the Infantry Battalion, and advises the Commander concerning the enlisted ranks; he is the principle Noncommissioned Officer responsible for health, discipline, morale, and welfare in the Infantry Battalion; he is the Battalion's senior enlisted trainer, and works closely with company command teams when coaching and training first sergeants and platoon sergeants, supervises their professional development, and advises on their personnel assignments; he acts as the Commander's representative in supervising aspects vital to battalion operations, as determined by the Commander and himself.
11Z Command Sergeant Major
Supervises an Infantry battalion; plans, coordinates, supervises, and participates in activities pertaining to organization, training, combat operations, and intelligence of units at battalion or higher; provides tactical and technical guidance to subordinates and professional support to both subordinates and superiors in the accomplishment of their duties; serves as the principal noncommissioned officer in an infantry battalion; supervises the processing of operations and intelligence information in an infantry battalion.