Command Sergeant Major Timothy S. Sloan
Command Sergeant Major Timothy S. Sloan is originally
from Columbia, South Carolina and entered the Army on 21 May 1989. He completed Basic
Training at Fort Knox, Kentucky and Advance Individual Training as a Combat Medic
at Fort Sam Houston, Texas. His civilian education includes a Bachelors of Science
Degree in Business and a Master’s Degree in Healthcare Management.
Command Sergeant Major Sloan has served in a variety of leadership positions including
Squad Leader, Healthcare Clinic NCOIC, Medical Specialist Course Instructor, Primary
Leader Development Course Instructor, Medical Platoon Sergeant, Outpatient Clinic
NCOIC, Battalion Plans and Operations NCO, First Sergeant, Division Senior Medical
Operations NCO, Division Surgeon Sergeant Major, Pacific Region Medical Command’s
Logistics Sergeant Major, Pacific Region Medical Command Operations Sergeant Major
and Command Sergeant Major of Troop Command at Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical
Command Sergeant Major Sloan has an array of military education, which includes
Warrior Leaders Course, Advanced Leaders Course, Senior Leaders Course, Battle Staff
Noncommissioned Officers Course, First Sergeants Course, Sergeants Major Academy,
Command Sergeant Major Course, Small Group Leaders Course, Total Army Instructors
Course, French Commando School, Special Forces Platoon Confidence Course, Equal
Opportunity Leaders Course, and Master Fitness Trainers Course, as well as numerous
emergency medical management and training courses.
The highlights of Command Sergeant Major Sloan’s awards include the Bronze Star
Medal (2OLC), Meritorious Service Medal (6OLC), Army Commendation Medal (4OLC),
Army Achievement Medal (6OLC), Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal, Combat Medic
Badge and Expert Field Medic Badge. Command Sergeant Major Sloan was also a member
of a litter team that was inducted in the 1992 Guinness Book of World Records.
Command Sergeant Major Sloan’s deployments include three Combat Tours in Iraq and
an operational tour in Kosovo and Bosnia.