Command Sergeant Major Frank Gutierrez  

 

Command Sergeant Major, U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command
Senior Enlisted Advisor, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland

Command Sergeant Major Frank Gutierrez assumed duties as the 17th Command Sergeant Major of U.S Army Communications-Electronics Command and Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Aberdeen Proving Ground Senior Commander on August 9, 2018.

As the command sergeant major for a 16,000-person, two-star global command and a 28,000-person military base, Command Sergeant Major Gutierrez advises the commanding general on the U.S. Army’s command, control, communications, computer, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR) materiel integration. He is responsible for enabling the U.S. Army’s warfighting readiness by providing sustainable global C4ISR support.

A native of San Antonio, Texas, Command Sergeant Major Frank Gutierrez enlisted in the Army in 1990.
After Basic Training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina, and Advanced Individual Training at Fort Gordon,
Georgia, he held Military Occupational Specialty 31C, Single Channel Radio Telephone Operator.
Command Sergeant Major Gutierrez began with the 82nd Airborne Division where he served as Team and
Section Chief with the 82nd Assault Command Post Platoon, the commanding general’s Radio Telephone
Operator, and was selected for Jumpmaster Instructor training at the Fort Bragg Advanced Airborne School.
He served in the U.S. Army Special Operations Command and held numerous positions, including
Communications Sergeant, Plans and Operations Noncommissioned Officer in Charge and Operations SGM.
CSM Gutierrez was directly involved in project/product development for elements under USASOC and
deployed multiple times to Afghanistan and Iraq with Special Operations Forces elements.
Command Sergeant Major Gutierrez was assigned to TRADOC at Fort Gordon, as Battle Command
Systems Directorate SGM, serving as Senior Instructor/Writer, and supervised Advanced Individual Training
for more than 15,000 AIT Soldiers.