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Marine Aircraft Group 26

2nd MAW • MAG-26 • MCAS NEW RIVER
MAG-26 Leaders
Sergeant Major Kenneth A. Miller VMM-162 Sergeant Major
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Sergeant Major Miller is a native of California.  He enlisted in the Marine Corps in December 1998 and underwent recruit training in India Company, 3rd Recruit Training Battalion, Marine Corps Recruit Depot (MCRD), San Diego, CA.  Upon graduation as a Private First Class in February 1999, he reported to the School of Infantry, Camp Pendleton, for Marine Combat Training.  Upon graduation he reported to the Marine Corps Communication and Electronics School, Twenty-nine Palms, CA, where he earned the military occupational specialty of Communication Center Operator (2542). 

In August 1999, Private First Class Miller reported to Headquarters and Service Battalion (H&S Bn), Camp Fuji, Japan.  In September 1999, he was promoted to the rank of Lance Corporal.  While stationed at Camp Fuji his billets included Squad Leader, Computer Network Administrator, and Communications Center Operator. 

In August 2000, Lance Corporal Miller reported to Communications Company, H&S Bn, 1st Force Service Support Group (FSSG), Camp Pendleton, where he served as a Small Computer Systems Specialist.  In September 2000, he was meritoriously promoted to the rank of Corporal. 

In October 2000, Corporal Miller was assigned to the Telecommunications Center, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, where he served as a Communication Center Watch Chief.  In February 2001, he was meritoriously promoted to the rank of Sergeant.  In October 2003, he was assigned to Combat Service Support Group 14, 1st FSSG, where he held the billet of Defense Messaging System Operator.

In April 2003, Sergeant Miller reported to Drill Instructor School Class 3-03, MCRD, San Diego, CA.  Upon graduation he received orders to Company M, 3rd Recruit Training Battalion, where he held the billets of Drill Instructor and Senior Drill Instructor.  In November 2004, he was promoted to the rank of Staff Sergeant. 

In April 2006, Staff Sergeant Miller reported to the Marine Corps Network Operations Security Command, Marine Corps Base Quantico, VA, where he held the billet of Marine Corps Network Operations Center Watch Chief.  In May 2007, he received orders to Officer Candidates School (OCS) to serve as a Drill Instructor.  In May 2008, he was promoted to the rank of Gunnery Sergeant.  While at OCS he held the billets of Sergeant Instructor and Platoon Sergeant. 

In March 2010, Gunnery Sergeant Miller reported to Marine Wing Communications Squadron 38 (MWCS-38), Marine Air Command Group 38, 3d Marine Air Wing (MAW), where he held the billets of Data Chief and Data Platoon Staff Noncommissioned Officer in Charge.  In September 2010, he was attached to Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 163 and deployed with the 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit where he served as the Air Combat Element Communications Chief.  Upon return from deployment in September 2011, he was assigned to Detachment A, MWCS-38, where he held the billets of Detachment Gunnery Sergeant and Detachment First Sergeant. 

In May 2013, Gunnery Sergeant Miller was frocked to the rank of First Sergeant and assigned to 3d Marine Logistics Group (3d MLG), Okinawa, Japan, where he held billets of Company First Sergeant for Landing Support Company (LS Co), Combat Logistics Regiment (CLR) 37; LS Co, 3d Transportation Support Battalion, CLR-3; and Headquarters Company, CLR-35.  In May 2016, he reported to 3d Law Enforcement Battalion, III Marine Expeditionary Force Headquarters Group, where he served as the Company First Sergeant for Company C. 

In May 2017, First Sergeant Miller was frocked to the rank of Sergeant Major and was assigned to 3d Supply Battalion, CLR-35, 3d MLG.  In February 2019, he served as the Regimental Sergeant Major for CLR-35. 

In August 2019, Sergeant Major Miller received orders to Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 162, Marine Air Group 26, 2nd MAW, for duty as the Squadron Sergeant Major.

Sergeant Major Miller's personal awards include the Meritorious Service Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal with two gold stars (in lieu of third award), Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal with two gold stars (in lieu of third award), and Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal.  He is a graduate of Park University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Management/Computer Information Systems.

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