Congratulations to our colleage Bob Sinkler for being inducted into the the Army ROTC National Hall of Fame!
Warm congratulations go to our colleague Col. (ret) Bob Sinkler who was just inducted into the inaugural class of the U.S. Army ROTC National Hall of Fame!
Maj. Gen. Peggy Combs, writing on behalf of the United States Army Cadet Command, delivered this great news to Bob earlier this month. According to Gen. Combs, Hall of Fame induction is awarded to alumni “whose character and distinguished service epitomize the qualities Army ROTC embodies.” The Army’s ROTC program was created with the signing of the National Defense Act on June 3, 1916.
In honor of Bob’s contributions to the Nation and the U.S. Army, a permanent record of his service and accomplishments will appear in the national Hall of Fame.
At the Ft. Knox ceremony, Gen. (ret) Carter Ham, former Commander of Africa Command, delivered the keynote speech and the Army’s Golden Knights Parachute Team conducted a demonstration.
Bob joined Dawson in 2013 after 30 years in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. During his sterling career with the Corps, Bob served as principle strategic advisor to the Chief of Engineers and Commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
He was also Chief of Army Environmental Programs in the Pentagon where he developed and managed $1.5 billion in annual environmental programs.
Congratulations, Bob! This is a well-deserved honor and thank you for being a part of our team! For more information about Bob, please click here.
Gen. (ret) Bruce Berwick Senior Vice President
Bruce joined our team in 2016 after more than 30 with the Army Corps of Engineers, including service as Commander of the Great Lakes and Ohio River Division.