A family affair: Korea hosts husband and wife reenlistment ceremony

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DLA Distribution Korea commander Army Lt. Col. Mark Wolf hosted a double reenlistment ceremony for his material management noncommissioned officer Army Sgt. Stephanie Swann and her husband Army Sgt. Jonathan Swann on March 7.

Stephanie Swann joined the Army in 2009 and graduated from Advanced Individual Training as an automated logistics specialist. During her career, she served as a storage specialist, Battalion S-4 clerk and an orderly room operations clerk. She also participated in Operation New Dawn both in Iraq and Kuwait.

Her military and civilian education includes the Basic Leader’s Course, Army Lifesavers Course, Ammo 62, Defense Acquisition University Level 1, Equal Opportunity Leaders Course, Lean Six Sigma Green Belt and she is currently pursuing a Bachelor in Business Management.

Her awards and decorations include the Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal, Army Good Conduct Medal, Iraqi Campaign Medal, Global War Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Korean Defense Service Medal, the Drivers and Mechanic badge and the Overseas Service Ribbon.

Her husband joined the Army in 2011 and graduated from Advanced Individual Training as a wheeled vehicle mechanic. He is a graduate of the Basic Leaders Course, the RTCH course and the Army Combat Lifesavers Course.  His awards and decorations include the Army Achievement Medal, the Good Conduct medal and the Drivers and Mechanic badge. He is currently assigned to the 551st Inland Cargo Transfer Company, 498th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, at Camp Carroll, Korea.

“Both are outstanding leaders with bright futures in the Army,” said Wolf.