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This website is designed to assist past, current, and future students to maintain and expand their professional NCO development to the next level of education and responsibilities.
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Command Sergeant Major Jorge Escobedo enlisted in 1994. He attended Basic Combat Training and Advanced Individual Training at Fort Jackson, SC, and graduated as a Personnel Records Specialist (75D).
He was assigned to 516th Personnel Service Center in Korea where he performed duties as personnel records specialist. His next assignment was Washington, D.C., where he served as the Noncommissioned Officer in Charge of officer records. He was then assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment out of Fort Lewis, WA, where he performed duties as an Administrative Personnel Sergeant. During that tenure, CSM Escobedo conducted multiple CONUS and OCONUS training deployments and one real-world deployment in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. He was assigned to HHC, 75th Ranger Regiment Fort Benning, GA, where he served as the Senior Human Resources Sergeant. He was then selected to serve as the HHC, 75th Ranger Regiment 1SG. More...
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NCO of the Year 2015
SFC Anthony Cruz-Diaz
SGL of the Year 2015
SFC Michael R. Massey
The SSI Learning Resource Center is designed to provide access to the latest Adjutant General, Financial Management, and Recruiting and Retention training material. Resources are available for individual, collective, distributed learning to CAC (common access card) and AKO users.
New users: You must have a CAC Reader to login to the LRC. Next, Select AKO login from the dropdown menu and proceed to the LRC.
Welcome to the Soldier Support Institute Library! Looking for a valuable resource during your attendance SSI? The Library has Battle Analysis material, Historical Field Manuals, and the Commander's professional reading list.