Award Named After Army’s Longest Serving Individual

General Richard Trefry is the Army’s longest serving individual. He retired from the Army after 40 and since then has worked as a civilian and contractor for 25. General Trefry is the founder of the Army Force Management School at West Point, where he continues to work.

The Lieutenant General Richard G. Trefry award will be given to soldiers and civilians who “exemplify Trefry’s ethos and lifetime of extraordinary and selfless service to the Army” and who have “significantly impacted the Army at large through a longstanding commitment to innovation and leadership,” according to the award’s citation. Read more.

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