The first female senior enlisted leader in U.S. Army Recruiting Command history, Sgt. Maj. Tabitha Gavia takes a selfie in Vancouver with Union High School Associate Principal Tony Miles during a recent recruiting stop at the school. Moments earlier, Gavia gave Miles a military coin, considered a special honor.
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Army jobs can appeal to all, top recruiter says
Service, teamwork, and career opportunities are what are in store for people who join the Army. That’s the message from Sgt. Maj. Tabitha Gavia, the first female senior enlisted leader in U.S. Army Recruiting Command history.