Command Sergeant Major retired Bart E. Womack, 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. His maturity, expertise, and personal dedication to excellence contributed immeasurably to the readiness of the Armed Forces and the security of our great nation.
Born and raised in Columbus, Ohio, he holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management from Park University, a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Waynesburg University.
Highlights of his distinguished military career include Drill Sergeant, Ranger Instructor, and Sergeant of the Guard at Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. He culminated his career in dual roles as Commandant of the Non-Commissioned Officers Academy, and the 101st Airborne Division Command Sergeant Major.
He’s a Combat Veteran whose awards include 2 Bronze Stars, one for Valor, the Legion of Merit, the Combat Infantryman Badge w/star, the Tomb Guard Identification Badge, and the Army Ranger Tab to name a few. He is also a Distinguished Member of the Regiment of the 327th Infantry Regiment and the 3rd Infantry Regiment respectively.
Since his retirement, Bart has continued to assist veterans to enhance their careers and excel in post-military life. He sits on the Board of Directors for Veterans Media Corporation and serves as a Producer and Show Host for The Veterans Channel. Bart is the Co-Founder of the Armed Forces Equestrian Center (AFEC). He also works in the entertainment industry as an actor and military technical advisor.
He proudly added the titles of author and screenplay writer to his resume with the publication of ‘Embedded Enemy’. Based on the valuable lessons learned from the domestic terrorist attack documented in ‘Embedded Enemy’, he speaks publicly on the topic of Situational Awareness Safety and Security to mitigate domestic terrorism.
In recognition of his selfless service and initiatives, Bart was invested as a Knight into The Order of St. George, Grand Priory of Canada & the Americas in October 2020.