James Duane Wheeler Sr.

Title: Retired Officer
Company: United States Army
Location: Boise, Idaho, United States

James Duane Wheeler Sr., retired officer from the United States Army, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Military for dedication, achievements, and leadership in maintenance operations.

With more than 20 years of experience to his credit, Mr. Wheeler has cultivated an accomplished military career. From 1976 to 1995, he honorably served in the United States Army as an enlisted officer, during which time he primarily excelled as a mechanic. Likewise, during his time serving in the Netherlands, he implemented a new driver’s training program for his battalion. Prior to retiring from his service, Mr. Wheeler achieved the rank of sergeant first class. 

In his other professional endeavors, Mr. Wheeler previously excelled as a master instructor at the Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland. Prior to beginning his vocational journey, he also attended the institution and completed the basic non-commissioned officer course (BNOC) and the advanced non-commissioned officer course (ANOC). In his other academic pursuits, Mr. Wheeler completed a primary leadership development course (PLDC) in Fort Hood, Texas, and he earned his title as a master instructor after completing coursework in Edgewood, Maryland.

Amongst his other career highlights, Mr. Wheeler is proud of his extensive service in Europe. To wit, he participated in tank regiment patrols around the Czechoslovakia border. Since retiring from his service, he has also remained dedicated to civic advocacy, notably participating as a volunteer at the senior center in Boise, Idaho. Mr. Wheeler was selected by the center after having conducted a wealth of other volunteer work at Plantation Palace in Boise.

In light of his fulfilling career, Mr. Wheeler has largely attributed his success to his dedicated work ethic. Throughout his time in the field, he placed special emphasis on continually improving himself and his ability to be of service to others. In this regard, he is grateful to his mentors in the military who offered him invaluable guidance. Accounting for his achievements, Mr. Wheeler is most notably proud of his time working in Edgewood, Maryland, as an instructor, as it allowed him to guide future generations of mechanics.

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