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Serving Our Veterans

"Making A Difference One Veteran At A Time"

May Veteran Spotlight

     LTC Dolores Bryant

LTC Dolores Bryant is a native of Leavenworth, Kansas. She obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from Lincoln University of Missouri and was commissioned in the Active-Duty Army as a Signal Officer in 2005. LTC Bryant’s military education consists of the Signal Officer Basic Course, Signal Captain’s Career Course, Recruiting Commander’s Course, Command and General Staff College (Resident), and the FA-49 Qualification Course. She also holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Webster University and a Master’s in Systems Engineering from George Washington University.

LTC Bryant’s assignments include:

• Joint Cyber Operations Group, Joint Special Operations Command, Ft. Meade, MD - Technical Director

• Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-8, Program Analysis & Evaluation, Pentagon – Program Analyst/Sustainment Program Evaluation Group Point of Contract

• Sarasota Recruiting Company, Tampa Recruiting Battalion, Sarasota, FL – Company Commander

• 580th Signal Company, 25th Signal Battalion, Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan – Company Commander

• 3rd Infantry Division, G6, Ft. Stewart, GA – Network Operations Battle Captain

• 260th Quartermaster Battalion, 3rd Infantry Division, Hunter Army Airfield, GA – Battalion S6

LTC Bryant is a combat veteran with two tours to Iraq and one tour to Afghanistan. Her awards and decorations include the Bronze Star Medal (1 OLC), Meritorious Service Medal (1 OLC), Army Commendation Medal (2 OLC), Joint Meritorious Unit Award, Meritorious Unit Citation, National Defense Service Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal (1 OLC), Iraq Campaign Medal Army Service Medal (2 OLC), Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Ribbon (1 OLC), NATO Medal, Recruiter Badge, Army Staff Identification Badge, and the German Armed Forces Proficiency Badge-Silver.

May Veteran Spotlight

SFC Solomon D Prescott

SFC Solomon D Prescott, US Army retired. Was the last of the draftees in the early seventies. The eldest of 8 Children born in Brownsville Pa. to Solomon & Loretta Prescott. SFC Solomon Prescott married former Sergeant Angela (Thomas) Prescott, 35 yrs) and together we have 3 children and 8 grandchildren.

SFC Prescott completed Basic Training at Fort Dix NJ then AIT took him to Fort Benjamin Harrison Ind. After his completion, he received orders to Fort Benning, GA for Airborne School and graduated 3rd in class. After completion of Airborne School, He received orders to Fort Bragg, NC 5th Group 7th Special Forces Detachment and was further reassigned to 18th Airborne Corp. where he spent 6 months and later reassigned to the 82nd Airborne Division where he was assigned to C 3/325th Infantry Battalion for 1 year.  SFC Prescott was later reassigned to HHC 82nd Administrative Batallion and served 13 years.

While serving in the 82nd he received many Awards, Decorations, and Recognitions ie... Recruited for Delta Force; Soldier of the Quarter, Completed Jungle Training, Graduate PLC, BNOC and ANOC, Completion Of Jumpmasters School, received ARCOM (2 OLC), AAM (2), Senior Parachutist Badge, and Jumpmasters Badge just to name a few. He participated in many assignments while assigned to the Division.

After serving 13 years with the division he served in Korea (NCOIC Combined Arms ROOM) where he met his wife (Angela who also was serving), and in Germany where he received his DA promotion to Sergeant First Class and served as the NCOIC for the Assistant Installation Coordinator Darby Kaserne, Fuerth Nuremberg Germany. After proudly serving his country SFC Solomon D Prescott retired at Fort McClellan in Anniston AL after serving 20 years 15 days and 15 minutes.