Command Sergeant Major Clyde Wallace
Command Sergeant Major, 701st Military Police Group (CID)
Command Sergeant Major Clyde Wallace was born in Ocala, Florida and raised in Myrtle Point, Oregon. He enlisted in the US Army in May 1986 as a Medical Specialist/Combat Medic. In July 1994, he attended the Apprentice Special Agent Course at Fort McClellan, Alabama.
His significant assignments include Medical Specialist, US Army MEDDAC, Berlin, Federal Republic of Germany; Medical Non-Commissioned Officer and CID Intern, 1/9 Infantry, (Light), Fort Ord, California and Panama (Operation Just Cause); General Crimes Team and Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge, Drug Suppression Team, Fort Polk Resident Agency (CID), Fort Polk, Louisiana; Special Agent, 43rd Military Police Detachment (CID), Bosnia-Herzegovina; Detachment Sergeant, Fort Leonard Wood Resident Agency (CID), Ft. Leonard Wood, Missouri; Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge, 76th MP Detachment (CID), Pusan, Korea; Detachment Sergeant, Ft. Leonard Wood Resident Agency (CID), Ft. Leonard Wood, Missouri; Detachment Sergeant, Camp Humphreys Resident Agency (CID), Korea; Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge, Military Police Investigations Division, USAMPS, Ft. Leonard Wood, Missiouri; First Sergeant, Company C, 701st MP Bn, Ft. Leonard Wood, Missouri; Operations NCO and subsequently Battalion Command Sergeant Major, 22nd Military Police Battalion (CID), Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington and Afghanistan and G3 Sergeant Major, Headquarters, US Army Criminal Investigation Command, Quantico, Virginia.
Command Sergeant Major Wallace holds an Associates Degree in Administrative Management Studies and a Baccalaureate of Science, Majoring in Criminal Justice Degree, both from Excelsior College.
Command Sergeant Major Wallace is a graduate of the 91A Medical Specialist/Combat Medic Course, the Primary Leadership Development Course, the 91B Medical NCO/AMED Basic Non-Commissioned Officers Course, the Apprentice Special Agent Course, the Advanced Non-Commissioned Officers Course, the Child Abuse Prevention and Investigation Techniques Course, the Advanced Fraud Investigation Course, the Special Agent Laboratory Training Course, Reid Technique of Interviewing and Interrogation, the Clandestine Laboratory Investigation Course, the ANACAPA Sciences Criminal Intelligence Analysis Course, Bomb Scene Evidence Collection, the PPCT Dynamic Simulation Instructor Tactical Pistol Instructor Course, the Hate and Bias Crimes Training Program, the Advanced Crime Scene Investigative Techniques, the Hostage Negotiation Course, the Criminal Antiterrorism & Police Intelligence Management Course, the Canadian Police College, the First Sergeants Course, the US Army Sergeants Major Academy, the CSM Force Management Course and the Senior Enlisted Joint Professional Military Education Course.
Command Sergeant Major Wallace’s awards include the Bronze Star, the Meritorious Service Medal (3 OLC), the Army Commendation Medal (6 OLC), the Army Achievement Medal (5 OLC), the Army Good Conduct Medal (9), the Army of Occupation Medal, the National Defense Medal (Bronze Star Device), the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal (Bronze Star Device), the Afghanistan Campaign Medal, the Global War on Terrorism medal, the Korean Nation Defense Medal (Bronze Star Device), the Armed Forces Service Medal, the Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal, the Non-Commissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon (4), the Overseas Service Ribbon (Numeral 4), the NATO Medal (Bronze Star Device), the Meritorious Unit Citation, the Army Superior Unit Award, the German Marksmanship Medal (Bronze), the Combat Medical Badge and the Order of the Marechaussee (Bronze). He is also an Audie Murphy inductee.