Fayetteville, North Carolina Technician Kenneth (Ken) Hall served four years active duty as a paratrooper in the 82nd Airborne Division of the U.S. Army and three years as a 19 Delta Cavalry Scout in the U.S. Army Reserve prior to recently re-enlisting as a 19 Delta in the North Carolina Army National Guard, where he plans to transition to serving as a helicopter pilot.
Ken invited his USIC team members to his re-enlistment ceremony and presented Operations Manager Dave Yackel with a plaque from the Army National Guard recognizing his support of employees serving in the military.
Ken was inspired to serve our country by his long family history of military service, which includes his great-great-grandfather, great-grandfather, uncles, and cousins.
Ken, who has been a USIC technician for two years, says that he appreciates the support his team members and his leadership team, including Dave Yackel, Area Manager Phil Ray, and Supervisor Kimberly Taylor, have provided him during his service in the Army Reserve and how they have become a second family to him.
Thank you, Ken, for your service to our country, and thank you, Dave, Phil, and Kimberly, for your support of service members on our USIC team.
PHOTO: L to R: Ken Hall and Dave Yackel