Mr. Richard N. Rigsby
Human Resource Administrator
Mr. Richard N. Rigsby is a native of Murfressboro, Tennessee. He enlisted in the United States Army on September 9, 1974 and Retired with honorable service on October 1, 1998 with over 20 years in Army Aviation. Mr. Rigsby is married to a former Army service member Sandra L. Rigsby and they have two children Sarah 11, and Samuel 6.
Mr. Rigsby has held every duty position in Army Aviation from Crew Chief, Team Leader, Section Chief, Squad Leader, Platoon Sergeant, Fist Sergeant and Sergeant Major. He’s Assignments includes Federal Republic of Germany, Fort Sill, Oklahoma, Milwaukee Recruiting Battalion, Wisconsin, Fort Campbell, Kentucky, South West Asia, Republic of South Korea, Fort Rucker Alabama.
His Awards and decorations include the Legion Of Merit, Meritorious Service medal, Army Commendation Medal with one Bronze Oak Leaf and one Silver Oak Leaf, Army Achievement Medal with One Oak Leaf, Good Conduct Medal with Two Silver Knots, National Defense Service Medal with one Bronze Star, South West Asia Medal with three Bronze Stars, Korea Service Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal, Professional Development Medal with Numeral 3, Army Service Medal, Overseas Medal with Numeral 3, Saudi Kuwait Liberation Medal, Kuwait Liberation Medal, Army Superior Unit Award, Aircraft Crew Member Badge, Air Assault Badge and US Army Gold Recruiting Badge with One Sapphire Achievement Star also a recipient of the Association of the United States Army Aviation Bronze Medal The Order of Saint Michaels.
His military education includes Basic Combat Training, Advance Individual Training, Basic Leadership Course, Advance Non-Commission Officer Course, Sergeant Majors Academy Battle Staff and First Sergeants Course. Aviation Life Support School, Joint Firepower Air Ground Operations School, Basic Recruiting Course, Station Commanders Course, Nurse Recruiting Course, Recruiting and Retention Course, and the School Of Cadet Command, Human Resource Administration Course.
Mr. Rigsby may be reached at (269) 387-8126 or (800) WMU-ROTC or by E-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org