BART WOMACK
CSM U. S. Army (Ret.)


Command Sergeant Major retired Bart E. Womack was born in Columbus, Ohio. He entered the Army in February 1977. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management from Park University and is a graduate of the United States Army Sergeants Major Academy Class 48.


Highlights of his distinguished military career include Drill Sergeant, Senior Ranger Instructor, Relief Commander and Sergeant of the Guard at Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. He served at every level of Command Sergeant Major in the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. Battalion; Regiment; Brigade Combat Team. Culminating in the dual position as, Commandant of the Noncommissioned Officer Academy and the (Interim) Division Command Sergeant Major.


He served in combat in Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom, and Korea. He also served in Kosovo - Operation Joint Guardian, and the Republic of Haiti - Operation Uphold Democracy.

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His awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit; 2 Bronze Stars, one for valor; the Drill Sergeant Identification Badge; Tomb Guard Identification Badge; Ranger Tab; and the Combat Infantryman Badge w/star; to name a few.


This exceptional noncommissioned officer has served the United States Army with distinction for over 29 years as a professional soldier, providing focus, leadership, and mentorship to all officers and enlisted soldiers, with whom he had the privilege to serve. His maturity, expertise, and personal dedication to excellence contributed immeasurably to the readiness of the Armed Forces and the security of our great nation. Command Sergeant Major Womack retired from active duty on 30 June 2006.


Since retiring, Bart Womack has worked in the entertainment industry, as an Actor and a Military Technical Advisor for feature films and television. Recently he spent 18 months in Afghanistan, training the Afghanistan National Army’s senior leadership at the Corps level and in Nigeria, as part of the Africa Contingency Operation, training that countries Army. In his free time he volunteers, by mentoring Army ROTC Cadets and working with returning Veterans in the, ‘Saddles for Soldiers’ program, designed to assist Veterans and their families to cope with the trauma and stressors returning from combat, by the use of horses.


He proudly adds the title of ‘Author’ to his resume, with the recent release of his new book, ‘Embedded Enemy - The Insider Threat.’