SGM Richard A. Huff


SGM Richard A. Huff

Depot Sergeant Major

Biography

 

Sergeant Major (SGM) Richard A. Huff assumed duties as the Depot Sergeant Major at Letterkenny Army Depot on 1 December 2016.

 

SGM Huff is a native of Waynesboro, Pennsylvania. He entered active duty in July, 1988. Upon completion of basic training, Advanced Individual Training and Airborne school, Huff was assigned to the 2nd Armored Division at Fort Hood, Texas.  In 1989, he was stationed with the 2nd Infantry Division, Camp Hovey, Korea.  His last active duty assignment was in 1992 with the 10th Mountain Division at Fort Drum, New York.  Throughout his active duty career he served in various military intelligence positions as a Ground Surveillance Systems Operator. As a member of the Pennsylvania Army National Guard, Huff’s most recent assignment was with the 55th Armored Brigade Combat Team.  He served as the senior enlisted advisor to the Commander and advised the brigade commander and all subordinate battalion commanders on all enlisted matters within the Brigade, primarily focusing his efforts not only on all matters pertaining to the enlisted Soldiers of the Brigade, but also ensured that all levels of command were responsive to Soldier needs, concerns and welfare.

 

In his civilian career SGM Huff is an Intelligence Analyst supervisor for the Pennsylvania State Police in the Criminal Intelligence Center located in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.  

 

He is a graduate of numerous education, leadership and qualification courses, to include the United States Army Sergeants Major Academy and American Public University receiving a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice, with a concentration in International Justice.  He is continuing his education to obtain a Masters in Organizational Leadership with American Public University.