First Sergeant Tonya L. Mullin
Public Health Activity-Fort Lewis First Sergeant
First Sergeant Tonya L. Mullin was born in Medford, Oregon. She entered the United States Army as a 91W (Medical Health Care Specialist) on 26 June 2001. She attended her Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training at Fort Leonarwood, MO. She decided to reclassify into the MOS of a 68T, Animal Health Care Specialist in 2007.
Her duty assignments and positions include the following: served as a Medic, 702D MSB, Camp Casey, Korea; served as the Training NCO; United States Army Research Institute for Infectious Disease, Ft. Detrick, Maryland; served as the Treatment NCO, Caisson Squad Leader, and Animal Care NCO, 3rd United States Infantry The Old Guard, Ft. Myer, Virginia; served as the Operations NCO, 28th Medical Detachment, 1st Medical Brigade, Ft. Hood Texas; served as an Operations NCO, 1SG, and Branch NCOIC, Public Health Command District Fort Hood, Fort Hood, Texas; served as the Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center Equal Opportunity Advisor, Fort Hood, Texas; served as the Student Detachment 1SG, Troop Command, Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center; serves as the Public Health Activity – Fort Lewis 1SG.
1SG Mullin’s awards includes: The Order of Military Medical Merit (O2M3); Meritorious Service Medal (1 OLC) ; Army Commendation Medal (4 OLC); Army Achievement Medal (4 OLC); Army Good Conduct Medal (6th Award); National Defense Service Medal; Global war on Terrorism; Overseas Service Ribbon; Korean Defense Service Medal. Her education includes: Basic Leader Course (BLC); Advanced Leader Course (ALC); Senior Leader Course (SLC); Master Fitness Training Course (MFTC); Unit Preventative Leaders Course (UPL); Sexual Harassment/Assault Preventative (SHARP) Course; Regimental Orientation Program (ROP) Course; The Old Guard Basic Horsemanship Training Course; Equal Opportunity Leader Course (EOLC); Equal Opportunity Advisor (EOA) Course. She is currently pursuing her Bachelors in Equine Business Management from Baylor University.