by C. Henry Adams
On Saturday, November 26th 2016, I had the opportunity to experience the promotion ceremony of Major Tina H. Miller to Lieutenant Colonel ("Lt. Col.") in the United States Army located in the City of Newnan, Georgia.
In 1988, Lt. Col Tina H. Miller graduated from Newnan High School in Newnan, Georgia. She then enroll into Morris Brown College and by November of 1989 enlisted into the US Army as a Combat Medic and served during the Gulf War.
Later after several Conflicts, she returned to Morris Brown College to earn a Bachelor's Degree in Early
Childhood Education. From 1989 to 2016, 27 years, she worked her way upwards from a Enlisted Soldier to become an Officer with a Master's Degree in Educational Leadership.
Today, as Lt. Col., she serves as the Deputy Secretary of the General Staff in the Command Group, United States Army Reserve Command (USARC).
Lt. Col. Tina H. Miller is a prime example of what my late Mother & Father often told me growing up. That was, " You can achieve anything in life, if you put your mind to it." Well, those are my thoughts, what say you?
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