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Henry H. Lind NCO Academy

 

Mission

To strengthen and maintain trust between the Army and the American People by developing holistically fit, disciplined, well-educated, and certified Noncommissioned Officers that have the fundamental skills necessary to lead, train, and care for Soldiers and their Families.

Vision

An Institution of highly trained, adaptive leaders, who epitomize professionalism and ethical standards; supported by an expert staff, charged with developing and implementing facilitator-centric processes designed to provide the expertise and resources necessary to execute the mission and mitigate distractions in the learning environment.

Henry H. Lind

 

CSM Henry H. Lind

CSM Henry H. Lind
(1924 – 2000)

 

 

CSM Henry H. Lind

 

Henry H. Lind joined the United States Army in 1942 at Fort Dix, New Jersey. After his Basic Training, he volunteered for Airborne School and was subsequently assigned to Charlie Company, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment of the 82nd Airborne Division. During World War II he jumped into Normandy with the 82nd and participated in five major battles across Europe. During this time he was awarded the Bronze Star and Purple Heart for his actions in combat.

Upon returning from Europe in 1945, he was reassigned to Charlie Company of the 1-23rd Infantry Regiment at Camp Swift, Texas. The 23rd Infantry Regiment was later relocated to Fort Lewis, Washington. On the eve of the Korean War, Henry H. Lind (then a Command Sergeant Major) was selected to lead the Special Reconnaissance Group of the 2nd Infantry Division. CSM Lind led the way for the division from the Pusan Perimeter to the Yalu River, assisting in the liberation of American POW’s from the Nam Won Prison. CSM Lind was awarded the Silver Star for his heroic actions during the 2nd Infantry Divisions harrowing retreat through a 10 kilometer stretch of the heavily contested Kunu-ri pass, known as “The Gauntlet”. By the conclusion of the Korean War, CSM Lind had also been awarded the Bronze Star with V Device, his second Purple Heart, the Korean Medal of Honor, and his second Combat Infantryman’s Badge.

CSM Lind’s final assignment was as the Command Sergeant Major of the 22nd Infantry Regiment, prior to his retirement at Fort Lewis, Washington on 31 December, 1963. CSM Lind served as an honorary Command Sergeant Major of the 23rd United States Infantry Regiment from May 1999 until succumbing to cancer in September 2000. His life embodies the motto of the 23rd Infantry Regiment - “We Serve”.

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