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Lieutenant Colonel
George H. Walter

Commander
6th Engineer Battalion

LTC George H. Walter

LTC George H. Walter is from the great State of South Carolina, and was commissioned into the Corps of Engineers from the United States Military Academy in 1996. Upon graduation, he completed the requisite training and reported to the 82d Airborne Division where he served as a Sapper Platoon Leader, Company Executive Officer, and Assistant Brigade Engineer in the 307th Engineer Battalion in support of the 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment. In 2001 he reported to Grafenwoehr, Germany where he served as the Engineer Operations and Training Officer with the 7th Army Training Command.

In 2002 he reported to Vicenza, Italy, where he assumed command of the 173d Combat Support Company of the 173d Airborne Brigade. Nineteen months later, he was selected to become the Aide-de-Camp to the Commanding General, Southern European Task Force. Following his return to the states, he served as a Team Chief with 1-345th Engineer Regiment at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. After graduate school at the University of South Carolina and Command and General Staff College (CGSC), LTC Walter was again assigned to the 82d Airborne Division in 2008 as the Division Engineer. In 2009, He transitioned to become the Executive Officer and later Operations Officer of the 82d Division Special Troops Battalion. LTC Walter then served as an Observer Controller at the Joint Readiness Training Center (JRTC) at Fort Polk, Louisiana. After 13 months he returned to Fort Bragg to serve as the JRTC Liaison Officer to US Army Forces Command, where he most recently served.

LTC Walter has operational and combat experience in the Balkans, Africa, Iraq and Afghanistan. Among others, his awards include the Ranger Tab, Master Parachutist Wings with combat service star, the Combat Action Badge, the Bronze Star (2nd award), the Meritorious Service Medal (4th award).

A DARPA Fellow, LTC Walter is a graduate of the Engineer Officer Basic Course, the Infantry Captains Career Course and the CGSC. He is the proud recipient of the coveted Australian, Italian, Chilean, Canadian, and Hungarian parachutist wings and a recipient of the Bronze DeFluery Medal. He is conversational in German and arguably so in Arabic.

LTC Walter is married and has one child.


Command Sergeant Major
CSM Ronaldo E. Jordan

Command Sergeant Major
6th Engineer Battalion

CSM Ronaldo E. JordanCommand Sergeant Major Ronaldo E. Jordan was born in Panama but grew up in Virginia, and entered the US Army on 14 March 1988 as a General Construction Equipment Operator (62J). He completed Basic Training and 62J (General Construction Equipment Operator) Advance Individual Training at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri in July 1988 followed by Airborne School at Fort Benning, Georgia.

CSM Jordan's previous assignments include: B Company, 27th Engineer Battalion, 20th En Bde, Fort Bragg, North Carolina and deployed to Desert Shield, Desert Storm and Operation Provide Comfort; Combat Support Company (CSC), 3/325 Infantry Battalion (Abn), Vicenza, Italy; B Company, 14 Engineer Battalion, 555 Engineer Group, Fort Lewis, Washington; 82nd Engineer Support Company, 44 Engineer Battalion, 2nd Infantry Division, Camp Edwards, South Korea; 618th Engineer Company, 307th Engineer Battalion (Abn), 82nd Airborne Division; Headquarters and Headquarters Company 1/1 Infantry Battalion, West Point, New York; 535th Combat Support Company (CSC), 94th Engineer Battalion, 130th En Bde, Grafenwoehr, Germany; A Company, 94th Engineer Battalion, 130th En Bde, Hohenfels, Germany and deployed to Operation Iraqi Freedom III; 232nd Engineer Company, 94th Engineer Battalion, 555 Engineer Group, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri and deployed to Operation Iraqi Freedom 07-09; 103rd Engineer Company, 94th Engineer Battalion, 555 Engineer Group, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri and deployed to Operation Iraqi Freedom 07-09; Headquarter and Headquarter Company, 20th En Bde and deployed to Operation New Dawn; Sidewinder Team, Operations Group, Fort Irwin, California; presently he is the CSM of the 6th Engineer Battalion, Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska. He also attended the NBC Officer Course, Air Movement Operations Course, Defense Pack Hazardous Materials Transportation Course, Sapper Leader Course, 1SG Course and Battalion Pre-Command Course.

Throughout CSM Jordan's career he served in numerous challenging and rewarding positions, including: Team Leader, Squad Leader, Section Sergeant, Construction Foreman, Platoon Sergeant, First Sergeant, Operations Sergeant Major and Command Sergeant Major. CSM Jordan has completed all levels of the Army's Noncommissioned Officer Education System, WLC, ALC, SLC, the Fort Leonard Wood, MO 1SG resident course and is a graduate of Class 60 of the resident Sergeant Major Course. He also holds a Bachelor of Science in Liberal Studies with a concentration in Psychology from Excelsior College.

His awards and decorations include the Bronze Star Medal (2olc), Meritorious Service Medal (1olc), Army Commendation Medal (1 silver, 1olc), Army Achievement Medal (1 silver, 2olc), Good Conduct Medal (8th award), National Defense Service Medal (1bss), South West Asia Service Medal (3bss), Iraqi Campaign Medal (1bss), Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Korea Defense Service Medal, Noncommissioned Officer Development Ribbon with numeral 4, Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon with numeral 6, Saudi-Kuwaiti Liberation Medal, Kuwaiti Liberation Medal, Army Superior Unit Award (1olc), Meritorious Unit Commendation, Sapper Leader Badge, Basic Parachutist Badge, Driver/Mechanic Badge, and the de Fleury.

CSM Jordan is married and has two children.

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