Army Reserve Career Counselor of the Year
Sergeant First Class David P. Breslin is an Army Reserve Career Counselor stationed at the Bell Armed Forces Reserve Center, Bell, CA. He directly supports the 3491h Combat Support Hospital.
Sergeant First Class Breslin entered the Active Component of the United States Army as a PV1 in March 2003. He graduated Basic Training from Fort Jackson, SC and attended AIT at Fort Huachuca, AZ, where he honed his skills as an All-Source Intelligence Analyst.
Upon completion of Initial Entry Training he was assigned to the 102d MI Battalion, at Camp Essayons, South Korea. He served in the S3 shop working land and Ammo for the Battalion. After 18 months in that position, he was transferred to the 21D G2 at Camp Red Cloud, South Korea where he served as a Targeting and Battle Damage Assessment Analyst. He proudly served as a SGT until he was discharged into the Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) in March 2007.
In February 2008 he was recalled to Active Duty in support of Operation Enduring Freedom with the 142 MI BN, of the Utah National Guard, TF Wasatch, 101st Airborne Division. Upon the recall, he was mandatory reclassified to a Signals Intelligence Analyst and deployed to Bagram, Afghanistan.
In February 2009, Sergeant First Class Breslin returned home from deployment and transferred back to the IRR. In October of 2009, he joined the United States Army Reserve as a Troop Program Unit (TPU), Army Reserve Career Counselor and accepted into the Active Guard Reserve (AGR) program in October 2010.