RHHC First Sergeant
Phillip A. DuRousseau Sr.  
 

1SG Phillip A. DuRousseau Sr. is a native of Louisiana and enlisted in the United States Army in June 1996. He attended Basic Combat Training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina and Advanced Individual Training at Fort Gordon, Ga. becoming an Signal Support Systems Specialist (25U) 1SG DuRousseau's previous assignments and duty positions include: RETRANS team member / C Co. 32nd Signal BN, 22nd SIG BDE. Darmstadt, GE.; SHARC team leader 440th SIG BN, Darmstadt, GE. ; RETRANS Team Leader 1/15 INF. BN and Forward Support NCO 1/30th Mech. INF. 3D ID, Fort Benning, GA.; S-6 NCO /690th MED Co., 36th Engineer Group; RETRANS Team NCOIC / 2-1 Arctic Light INF and Battalion S-6 NCOIC /4-123rd Combat Helicopter Fort Wainwright, AK.; S-6 NCOIC and 1SG HHB 3/2 ADA, 32nd AAMDC; Imbedded MTT Team COMMO NCOIC 48 BCT, Afghanistan; Senior Drill Sergeant and 1SG for E 1/34 and F 1/34 IN BN, Fort Jackson, SC. ; Battalion S-6 NCOIC / 1-5 IN BN, 1/25th SBCT ; 1SG C CO 70th BEB, Fort Wainwright, AK. ; RS-6 NCOIC 3d US IN REGT (TOG) and RHHC 1SG 3d US IN REGT (TOG) JBM-HH, Va.

1SG DuRousseua’s military education includes the Basic Leader Course, Advanced Leader Course, Senior Leader Course, USA Drill Sergeant School, Master Resilience Trainer Course, Master Driver Course, Master Fitness Trainer Course, Army Basic Instructor Course, Foreign Instructors Course, Contracting Officer Representative Course, Combatives Level 1 & 2, Company Commander/First Sergeant Course, Cold Weather Leadership Course, Cold Weather Survival School, and ASIST Trainer His military awards and decorations include Meritorious Service Medal (4 OLC), Army Commendation Medal (4 OLC), Army Achievement Medal (8 OLC), Army Good Conduct Medal (6th Award), National Defense Service Medal w/ 1CS, Afghanistan Campaign Medal (1 CS), Iraq Campaign Medal (1 CS), Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, NCO Professional Development Ribbon (Numeral 3), Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon (Numeral 6), NATO Medal with 3 CS, Joint Service Medal, Reserve Mobilization Ribbon w/ M device, Drill Sergeant Badge, German Marksmanship Badge (Silver), Driver’s Badge and Order of St. Barbra.

1SG DuRousseau is currently pursuing his Associates in Health Science with a concentration in Kinesiology from American Military University, he holds a certification in Welding, and the Civilian Operators License (HAM radio Operations , MARS)






Independence Day
September 4

Defenders Day
September 12

TOG vs. USMC Softball
September 26

The Old Guard Reunion
September 27-30

Army Ten Miler
October 10