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U.S. Army First Sergeant Rosando Henriquez was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1976 and raised in Puerto Rico.  His military career in Army began in January 1997 where he attended Basic Combat Training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. He then graduated from Fort Lee, Virginia as a Unit Supply Specialist (92Y). In February 2001, he reclassified his Military Occupational Specialty of 15B, Aircraft Powerplant Repairers course.

His military education includes; Field Sanitation Course, Airborne School, Hazmat 12 and 15 (European regulations), Aviation Accident Prevention Management (A2) course, Equal Opportunity Course, Cadre Training Course, Army Basic Instructor Course, Warriors Leaders Course, Advanced Leaders Course, Senior Leaders Course, First Sergeant Pre Command Course and IMT Command Course.

First Sergeant Henriquez has served proudly for the past seventeen years. His assignments include: 1-15 Field Artillery brigade, Camp Casey, Republic of Korea; 1-505th  Parachute Infantry Regiment, 1-321 Field Artillery Brigade and D Co Aviation Maintenance Company AVN Brigade Fort Bragg, North Carolina; and 7-159 Aviation Support Company, Illesheim, Germany; 209th Aviation Support Battalion Schofield Barracks, Hawaii; B Co 1-210th Aviation Regiment. 1SG Henriquez is currently assigned as the Deputy Commandant, United States Army Aviation Center Non-Commissioned Officer's Academy, Fort Eustis VA.

First Sergeant Henriquez  has performed in numerous duty positions during his career to include; Unit Supply Specialist, Squad Leader, Section Sergeant, Platoon Sergeant, Battalion Operations NCOIC and Production Control NCOIC.

First Sergeant Henriquez' deployments include: Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2007 and 2009-2010, Operation Enduring Freedom 2012-2013.

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