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664th Ordnance Company

 

664th Ordnance Company Command


CPT_KEISER Captain Kendra Keiser

CPT Kendra Keiser enlisted in the Army in 2001 and served in the 256th Infantry Brigade, National Guard at Fort Polk, LA as a 31C Radio Operations and Communications Special. Shortly thereafter, she joined the Army’s Simultaneous Membership Program (SMP) and completed her commissioning requirements through the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) in 2004 from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette with a Bachelor’s Degree in General Studies with an educational focus in Architecture, and Business Administration.


Upon completion of the Ordnance Officer Basic Course at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD she was assigned as a Platoon Leader in the 233rd Transportation Company at Fort Benning Georgia. CPT Keiser deployed twice in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom with the 233rd Transportation Company as a Heavy Equipment Transportation Convoy Commander. CPT Keiser also severed as the Public Affairs Officer for the 13th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion at Fort Benning Georgia, prior to completing the Combined Logistical Captains Course at Ft. Lee, Virginia. She was then assigned to the 4th Sustainment Brigade as the Material Management Officer, prior to being reassigned to the 180th Transportation Battalion as the Assistant S3.


CPT Keiser’s awards and decorations include the Army Bronze Star, Army Commendation Medal (1 OLC), National Defense Service Medal, Iraqi Campaign Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon and the Combat Action Badge.


Commander

"Our mission is to provide expertly trained Soldiers in fully mission capable equipment at the right place and the right time to our supported Commander - nothing more is required, anything less is unacceptable"

 

LTC Stephen Riley


SERGEANT MAJOR

"Every day our Soldiers, Families and Civilians demonstrate personal strength through their selfless service and dedication."

 

CSM David Jarvis