Brown, Jamie SFC, USA (Ret.), JROTC Army Instructor
Teacher Bio

SFC Brown

Welcome to my Classroom
SFC, USA (Ret.)  Jamie M. Brown                                                                                                                                Insert your photo here
jamie.brown@bcsemail.org

Jamie M. Brown

 

SERGEANT FIRST CLASS, USA (Ret.)

Very Proud to be a member of the Rocket Family, love working here at Reynolds. Looking to grow our program and hope more students look to join us next year.

 

 

SFC (Ret.) Jamie M. Brown is originally from Texas and retired after 21 years of service in the U.S. Army. He is currently beginning his third year as a teacher at Owen and looks forward to the coming SY 15 16. SFC Brown began his military career at Ft. Benning, GA. Completing Infantry OSUT (One Station Unit Training) in 1992 before being assigned to the First Armored Division at Coleman Barracks, in Mannheim Germany. His assignments from there included; Ft. Lewis, WA., Rose Barracks, Vilseck, Germany, Ft. Leonard Wood, MO., Camp Long, Wonju, South Korea and a second tour at Ft. Lewis, WA. His last assignment was with the 4thBrigade 82nd Airborne Division (508th PIR) as a member of a Security Force Assistance Team advising Afghan National Security Forces. SFC Brown deployed on numerous occasions including Bosnia, Kosovo, Hungary and Afghanistan. During the course of his military career SFC Brown completed numerous schools and training courses including Airborne School and Drill Sergeant School. SFC Brown served at increasing levels of responsibility for an Infantryman from Rifleman to Battalion Operations Sergeant and Rifle Platoon Sergeant. Upon his retirement from the Army, SFC Brown was accepted as the JROTC Army Instructor at Owen High School, in Black Mountain. After two years there he transferred to Reynolds and is now a proud member of the Rocket Battalion.

 

AWARDS

 

Combat Infantry Badge, Expert Infantry Badge, Drill Sergeant Badge, Basic Parachutist Badge, Meritorious Service Medal and Bronze Star Medal.

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