Illinois Army National Guard Soldier Lindsay Glynn, of Springfield, Illinois, was promoted to chief warrant officer four during a promotion ceremony March 25 at the Illinois State Military Museum, Springfield.
Glynn enlisted in the Illinois Army National Guard in 2001 as a personnel specialist and was assigned to the 623rd Personnel Services Detachment, based in Springfield.
“I am super proud of you,” said Col. Lenny Williams, Chief of Staff, Illinois Army National Guard. “Every single task I throw at you, you get it done in a fantastic manner. Congratulations on your promotion. You have definitely earned it.”
She entered the Active Guard and Reserve program as a personnel specialist in the Illinois Army National Guard personnel directorate, followed by assignments as the 33rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team personnel officer; 404th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade human resources warrant officer and Warrant Officer Strength Manager. She is the Joint Force Headquarters officer in charge.
Glynn deployed from 2008-2009 to Afghanistan with the 33rd IBCT.
“Thank you to all the directors, officers, non-commissioned officers, fellow warrants and the headquarters and headquarters detachment staff for all you do to ensure I am successful,” Glynn said. “I’d also like to thank my dad for all the years of love and support. I would be in a different place if not for him.”