The National Training Center and Fort Irwin will soon lose a familiar face.
Sgt. Quentin Davis, president of the Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers program since January 2011, will leave Fort Irwin in early August. His departure marks the end of 12 years of active-duty service in the Army, and a transition into life as a citizen-Soldier in the Army reserve.
The BOSS program aims to help improve quality of life for single Soldiers and to provide them with community service and leisure activities. Davis called it an honor to have served as president of the program that has had a major impact on him throughout his Army career. Before coming to Fort Irwin in March 2010, Davis spent six years stationed in Germany, where he became vice-president of the BOSS program at U.S. Army Garrison Grafenwoehr.
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