Title: Corps of Engineers
Company: United States Army
Location: Houston, Texas, United States
Robert Lusk, of the United States Army Corps of Engineers, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Military for dedication, achievements, and leadership in military engineering.
Revered for his nearly 25 years of military service, Mr. Lusk left school after completing 11th grade to join the United States Army Corps of Engineers. During the early portion of his career, he excelled as an artilleryman, a cook and a member of medical supply and unit supply. In his later position within the Corps of Engineers, he is gratified to have contributed his expertise to a great deal of combat engineering and construction work. Over the course of his career, he built and demolished infrastructures such as roads, racetracks and bridges. Moreover, he enjoyed participating as a machine helper.
Following his retirement from the Army in 1979, Mr. Lusk found later success as a machine operator with a chemical company as well as a quality control manager at a diaper factory. In an effort to supplement his professional career, he proudly returned to school at the age of 57. During this time, he completed coursework in applied science prior to graduating as one of the top 10 students in his class at a senior military engineering school in Virginia. Though his career has been suffused with highlights, he is most proud to have served his community by preaching the word of God as a minister. For his contributions, he is honored to have been the recipient of five Good Conduct Medals and one Cluster Award.
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