Title: Combat Engineer; Communications Specialist; Author
Company: U.S. Army
Location: Texarkana, Texas, United States
Krystal Murphy, Combat Engineer, Communications Specialist and Author at U.S. Army, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Military for dedication, achievements, and leadership in military engineering.
With more than 20 years of experience to her credit, Ms. Murphy has excelled as a communications specialist with the U.S. Army as well as the author of such published titles as “Serial” and “They Call Her Jimmie Lee Cooper” in 2010. Moreover, she has found further success as the founder of the Avenir Women’s Club, an organization through which she continues to educate and mentor future generations of women in her field. Previously, Ms. Murphy proudly served as a combat engineer within the U.S. Army between 1999 and 2002.
Initially earning an associate degree in criminal justice, Ms. Murphy subsequently obtained a Bachelor of Science in political science from Brookline College in 2011. She has additionally accrued her certifications as a nursing assistant, a radio broadcaster, an aviation flight operations specialist and a combat engineer. Attributing her success to the influence of her family and her caring community, she has been notably presented with the Soldier of the Cycle Award and the Commanding General Award from the U.S. Army in 1999, the latter of which remains the highlight of her career thus far. In the coming years, Ms. Murphy hopes to continue expanding upon the Avenir Women’s Club while dedicating her spare time to relaxing.
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