Command Sgt. Maj. Diahann J. White has her daughters put on her new rank during her lateral promotion ceremony prior to her assignment as command sergeant major of the 121st Combat Support Hospital in Yongsan, South Korea, on Dec. 16, 2015, in Sembach, Germany. Approximately 12 percent of E-9s in the U.S. Army are chosen for command sergeant major positions and in the Army Medical Department the percentage for these positions is around 11 percent (Photo by Elisabeth Paqué, 7th US Army JMTC Visual Information Specialist).

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Command Sgt. Maj. Diahann J. White has her daughters put on her new rank during her lateral promotion ceremony prior to her assignment as command sergeant major of the 121st Combat Support Hospital in Yongsan, South Korea, on Dec. 16, 2015, in Sembach, Germany. Approximately 12 percent of E-9s in the U.S. Army are chosen for command sergeant major positions and in the Army Medical Department the percentage for these positions is around 11 percent (Photo by Elisabeth Paqué, 7th US Army JMTC Visual Information Specialist).

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