Command Sergeant Major Kenneth J. Reynolds was born in Lafayette, Louisiana on August 17, 1960. He is a graduate of Holy Rosary High School Class of 1978. He enlisted into the United States Army on April 23, 1987 and attended Basic Combat and Advanced Individual Training at Ft. Sill, Oklahoma.
During his 27 years of service, Command Sergeant Major Reynolds has held numerous positions which include: Field Artillery Cannon Crewmember, Assistant Gunner, and Artillery Section Chief; 76X Dining Facility Manager; 92A Logistical Management Specialist; Supply Support Activity Warehouse NCOIC; Division Materiel Management Center NCOIC; Combat Service Support Automation Management Officer NCOIC; Primary Leadership Development Course Instructor during which he was recognized as Instructor of the Year; Support Operations Commodities Management Sergeant Major; Sustainment Battalion, Brigade, and Division S-3 Operations Sergeant Major.
Command Sergeant Major Reynolds’ assignments includes Alpha Company, 7-8th Field Artillery, 25th Infantry Division (Light Infantry), Schofield Barracks, Hawaii; Division Material Management Center (DMMC), 1st Cavalry, DISCOM, Fort Hood, Texas; 1st Armored Division, Germany, HHC 325th Forward Support Battalion (FSB), 25th Infantry Division (Light Infantry); Headquarters and Alpha Company, 225th Forward Support Battalion, 225Th Brigade Support Battalion, 43D Sustainment Brigade, Fort Carson, Colorado, 8Th Theater Sustainment Command, and 45Th Sustainment Brigade, Fort Shafter and Schofield Barracks, Hawaii.
Command Sergeant Major Reynolds is a graduate of the U.S. Army Air Assault, Primary Leadership Development Course, Basic Non-Commissioned Officer Course, Advanced Non-Commissioned Officer Course, United States Army Sergeants Major Academy; he is credited with his AA and is currently pursuing his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration.
Command Sergeant Major Reynolds’ awards and decorations include the Bronze Star Medal (3 OLC), Army Commendation Medal (4 OLC), Army Achievement Medal (2 OLC), the Army Good Conduct Medal (7 knots), two National Defense Service Medals, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, the Iraqi Campaign Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, NCO Professional Development Ribbon (numeral 3), Army service Ribbon, the Overseas Service Ribbon (numeral 5), the Air Assault Badge, and the Drivers and Mechanic Badges.