Station Commander Week 3- SFC Levack

Week three Station Commander is SFC Levack from Chambersburg Recruiting Station. SFC Levack, 30,  participated in the 2010 Harrisburg Marathon Nov. 14, running 26.2 miles, or as SFC Levack said “15 Army PT tests,” throughout City Island and the city of Harrisburg. This was SFC Levack ‘s first marathon. “And my last,” he joked when finished with a time of 5:49:31.  He said he wanted to compete in a marathon because he felt he had something to prove – “Everyone is deployed.” Everyone means his wife, SFC Lisa Levack, who is deployed to Kuwait, and his brother PVT 1 Ryan Levack, who is deployed to Iraq. Incidentally, PVT 1 Levack’s recruiter was no other than his big brother, SFC Levack.  Participating in the marathon with SFC Levack was the Harrisburg BN Commander LTC Stephen Lockridge and SFC Levack’s Carlisle Company Commander CPT Michael Smith. “He motivated battalion and company leadership to also run in this marathon,” said LTC Lockridge, who is a marathon veteran with more than 20 under his belt, but who had “retired” from marathons.  “He brought me out of retirement.” SFC Levack has been a recruiter for more than five years, and he just put in his OCS packet. LTC Lockridge approved his packet, saying “He’s an OIF veteran and a good leader. I see no reason why he wouldn’t make a great officer.”

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