Roy T Walker Research Paper

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Chaplain Roy T. Walker’ leaves an everlasting mark on Soldiers of all ranks with whom he has honorably served in the Chaplain Corps and the United States Army. Chaplain Walker is a consummate expert hallmarked by a consistent increase and responsibility throughout his 28-year career culminating as the Army South Deputy Chaplain. His performance was exceptional as a Chaplain and staff officer in complex and demanding duty assignments. Over the last decade, Chaplain Walker distinguished himself while serving as the Deputy Garrison Chaplain and Chaplain Resource Manager in Fort Sam Houston, Texas. While there, he supervised 11 service members, four DA civilians, 18 contract personnel, and 24 volunteers while managing a 1.1 million dollar budget…show more content…
In the same professional manner, he ensured five the proper closing of five chapels and the turn-in of all sensitive ecclesiastical materials without incident. Chaplain Walker went on to serve as the Senior Chaplain for five Chaplains and five Chaplain Assistants, one DoD Civilian, four Contractors and 83 Volunteers in the community of Hohenfels, Germany. Overseeing numerous community Religious Support and Family Life events, three Chapels, and five Worship Services. During that period, CH Walker maintained the highest satisfaction rating in Europe with a satisfaction rating of 98% from over 1700 ICE comments. Chaplain Walker has represented himself and the US Army in an exemplary manner while serving as a leader and volunteer for a non-profit organization that raised over $70,000 in scholarship funds for underprivileged children. He also served as a mentor for 17 underprivileged youth, guiding them from high school into college providing 1000 volunteer hours. In his current assignment as the Deputy Command Chaplain, for Army South, Joint Base San Antonio, Chaplain Walker provided strategic input for Theater Security Cooperation missions and outstanding religious support for contingency operations in the United States Southern
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