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May 24, 2015
A fellow classmate United States Sergeant Major Academy Class 47. A true professional and I salute him on this Memorial Day 2015

SGM(R) Julius McCaskill Class 47
May 24, 2015
A fellow classmate United States Sergeant Major Academy Class 47. A true professional and I salute you on this Memorial Day 2015
November 27, 2014
It is during Holidays like today that I slow down enough to pause and think about GREAT AMERICANS like you CSM Wilson. I remember you as one of my most influential Drill Sergeants. Years later seeing you and serving with the Manchus together was an honor. Rangers Lead The Way! Never forgotten Brother! Much Respect. May your family always know you are forever in our hearts and minds. God Bless!
November 25, 2014
As another Thanksgiving season approaches I continue to remember your service and sacrifice. We here at Fort Campbell just had our run for the fallen event. A single boot for every service member loss since the wars on terror started was placed in front of the Headquarters Building. It was a very moving tribute to each service member. A boot was displayed with your name on. Seeing your boot along with the thousands of other boots was a moving and emotional event. You touched so many lives. Your counseling, leadership and mentorship allowed soldiers to move up in the ranks and become great leaders. It wouldn't surprise me you're probably still taking care of those soldiers who have returned to their final home in Heaven! I will never forget you CSM. Rest in peace my friend. I look forward to the day when we meet again.
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