The Eldest Member Of USASOC Retires

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FORT BRAGG, N.C. -- In the year 1978, Jimmy Carter was President, the movie "Grease" and the comic strip, "Garfield" debuted, and William E. Gunter enlisted in the Army.

Chief Warrant Officer 5 Gunter, plans officer, G-5, U.S. Army Special Operations Command, at 62 years old, was the eldest member of USASOC serving on active duty.

In his 38-year career, Gunter has been stationed at multiple locations throughout the Special Operations Forces spectrum including 75th Ranger Regiment, 20th SFG, 10th SFG, Special Warfare Training Center, and USASOC Headquarters.

A retirement ceremony was held in the Heritage Auditorium at USASOC HQ, Fort Bragg, North Carolina, Dec. 5, to honor the 38 years Gunter has dedicated to serving his country.

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What a career. Congratulations Chief.
 

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I thought my buddy esteban was the oldest dude in USASOC, I can't let him see this, the jokes won't fly anymore.
 
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