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Artist Biography

Civilian Accomplishments

Glenn Kapheim somewhere in the Village of "tupac" Iraq March 2004
MPRI Kuwait


When I retired from the army I went to work with SAIC doing experimentation in the lethality branch at Ft. Benning Ga. The job was great and I worked for some exceptional People. I moved to Savannah after a year and worked For MPRI in Kuwait training Coalition forces in Small Unit Tactics that was probably the most rewarding job I have ever done.


After my return to the United States; I transitioned to a position with Booz Allen Hamilton as a senior Consultant in the Asymmetric Warfare Integration Cell to the 3ID at Ft. Stewart Ga.


My biggest accomplishment is raising my two daughters Sara and Allison they are my life.

Military Accomplishments

Sergeant First Class Glenn R. Kapheim was born in Libertyville, IL. He enlisted in the military in July 1987. He completed Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training at Fort Benning, GA as an 11H Infantryman.


His fist tour was with E Co., 2-21 IN at Fort Stewart, GA. There, he served as a TOW Gunner in an anti-armor platoon. Following that, SFC Kapheim was assigned to CSC Co, 1-506th, Camp Greaves, Republic of Korea. There he was a TOW Gunner and an anti-armor Team Leader. Additionally, SFC Kapheim served as a section sergeant in a mechanized rifle platoon. SFC Kapheim was then assigned to 3-47 IN at Fort Lewis, WA where he held the position of a motorized anti-armor Team Leader. At Camp Casey, Republic of Korea, as a member of 5-20 IN, SFC Kapheim held the duties of Rifle Team Leader and a Bradley Gunner. Upon completion of that assignment, SFC Kapheim was the Battle NCO for 3-24 IN at Fort Benning, GA. Returning once again to the Republic of Korea; he served as a rifle Team Leader and a Bradley Gunner for 1-9 IN at Camp Hovey. SFC Kapheim returned to Fort Stewart, where he was assigned to 3-7 IN as a rifle Squad Leader and Bradley Section Sergeant. SFC Kapheim was then assigned to the Atlanta recruiting Battalion where he worked three years as an Army Recruiter.


Upon completion, SFC Kapheim was assigned to B Co, 1-8 IN at Fort Carson, CO. SFC Kapheim served as an assault squad leader throughout OIF I.

Upon completion of this assignment, SFC Kapheim attended the Advanced Non-commissioned Officer Course at Fort Benning, GA. Following his graduation from ANCOC, SFC Kapheim was assigned to A Co, 2nd BN, 11th IN REGT as a platoon sergeant/trainer for the Infantry Officer Basic Course.

Henz, Kapheim, Adcock Balad Air Field Seizure April 2003

Sergeant First Class Kapheim has completed the Primary Leadership and Development Course, the Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course, Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course, Combat Lifesavers Course, Instructor Operators course, Bradley Crew Evaluation Course, Total Army Instructor Course, Hazardous Materials Course, Recruiting School, Joint Firepower Control School, and Modern Army Combatives Level I Instructor Course, Tactical Certification Course, Advance Carbine Course, and the Designated Marksmanship Course.

Sergeant First Class Kapheim's decorations include the Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal (2), Army Commendation Medal with four oak leaf cluster, Army Achievement Medal with six oak leaf cluster, Good Conduct Medal (5th award), National Defense Service Medal ( with Star), Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, NCO Professional Development Ribbon (3), Korean Service Medal, Global War on Terror Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terror Service Medal, Overseas Service Ribbon, Army Service Ribbon, Combat Infantryman's Badge, and the Expert Infantryman's Badge.

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