Harrisburg BN Station Commander of the Week

SFC Joseph Sullivan, Station Commander of the York Recruiting Station


WHAT: Nomination as the Carlisle Recruiting Company Station Commander of the Week.

WHY: SFC Sullivan leads the York recruiting station located in York PA.

SFC Sullivan thru his stellar leadership led his team to achieve Top Station in the Carlisle company in FY 2010.

The York station has not rested on its laurels and has continued its pace into FY 2011.

The station currently stands at 135 % combined mission and 150% in the critical USAR mission.

In addition to the above, SFC Sullivan has focused on his self development by working on his academic career over the past couple of years.

He has completed 84 semester hours towards a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing.

SFC Sullivan is slated to receive his degree in the Spring of 2012. He currently maintains a stellar 3.6 GPA in his studies.

SFC Sullivan has also been recognized for his work with the local Boy Scouts (Troop 168) and thru his work with St. Patrick’s Church in Carlisle PA.

SFC Sullivan is a Soldier that sets the bar high for his peers and subordinates.

SFC Sullivan clearly leads from the front in all aspects of both his professional and personal life.

SFC Sullivan is Carlisle company’s Station Commander of the week.


About armystrongpa

Welcome to the United States Army Harrisburg Recruiting Battalion. The “Steel” battalion is a proud organization dedicated to supporting the important mission of recruiting for “America’s Army.” Your assignment as a recruiter in the great state of Pennsylvania will be an extremely challenging and rewarding experience for you, both professionally and personally. With over 200 community-based professionals located in communities throughout Pennsylvania who share the same concerns as do all responsible citizens regarding the future of America’s youth. In particular, we want to help students stay in school, remain drug-free, be physically fit, and realize their potential to become productive members of society.
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