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The Army Reserve’s First Chaplain’s Assistant to Compete: Staff Sgt. Lowe

Posted by armypao75 on July 1, 2009

Staff Sgt. Michael Lowe, a chaplain's assistant and Afghanistan veteran, serves with the 642nd Regional Support Group in Decatur, Ga.

Staff Sgt. Michael Lowe, a chaplain's assistant and Afghanistan veteran, serves with the 642nd Regional Support Group.

“By serving, I appreciate even more the price paid by all who have served past, present and future.”

“It’s the greatest honor.”

Staff Sgt. Michael Lowe is the first chaplain’s assistant ever to compete in the Army Reserve’s prestigious “Best Warrior Competition” at Fort McCoy, Wis., 13-17 July.

Lowe, an Atlanta resident, is a chaplain’s assistant with the 642nd Regional Support Group located in Decatur, Ga. Lowe deployed to Afghanistan in 2005-6, where he was responsible for ministry support to over 1,500 Soldiers in Task Force Pacemaker.  His goals include traveling to Madagascar as a minister and completing his bachelor’s degree in theology at Oakwood University.

He is one of only 28 Soldiers in the 206,000-strong Army Reserve to be selected for this elite competition.

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One Response to “The Army Reserve’s First Chaplain’s Assistant to Compete: Staff Sgt. Lowe”

  1. Donna Berry said

    I’m looking for CT William Liptrot, Jr. who is a chaplin also with the AME Church. Do you know where he is at this time. I’m a old friend that would like to send a not to him.

    Congradulations to you Sir.

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