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CW5 Yolondria Dixon-Carter is a native of Gifford, Florida. She enlisted in New York in 1989 as a 75E, Personnel Actions Specialist and was appointed as a warrant officer in April 2002.
A few of her assignments as a warrant officer include Chief, Military Personnel Office, Fort Detrick, Maryland; Deputy SGS, Fort Lee, Virginia; G1 Chief, Strength Management, HR Planner/Technician, Assistant Executive Officer to the Brigade Commander and Senior HR Advisor to the 3rd Infantry Division Commanding General and Chief of Staff, Fort
Stewart, Georgia; Adjutant/S1 HR Technician for Army South, Joint Base San Antonio, Texas; Assistant Executive Officer to the Supreme Allied Commander and the Commander, United States European Command, Detailed Inspector General assigned to the Department of the Army Inspector General, Washington, DC, and Assistant Executive Officer to the Vice Chief of Staff of the Army, Washington, DC. She is currently serving as the Assistant Executive Officer (AXO) and Senior Warrant Officer Advisor to the Chief of Staff of the Army (SWOA2CSA), Washington, DC.
CW5 Dixon-Carter’s deployments include Operation Just Cause, Panama, 1990; Operation Restore Hope, Somalia, 1993 and1994; Operation Iraqi Freedom, Iraq, 2007-2008; Operation Iraqi Freedom/Operation New Dawn, Iraq, 2009-2010.
She is a graduate of the Warrant Officer Senior Service Education and Warrant Officer Intermediate Level Education Courses, Adjutant General Warrant Officer Basic and Advance Courses, 42A Advance and Basic Noncommissioned Officer Courses, and the Warrior Leaders Course, as well as various other military courses. She was awarded a Masters of Science in Criminal Justice Forensics Science and Psychology from Saint Leo University.
CW5 Dixon-Carter’s awards include the Bronze Star Medal (2nd award), Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal (8th award), Joint Service Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal (4th award), Army Achievement Medal (5th award), Humanitarian Service Medal, Meritorious Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal, Overseas Service Ribbon (Numeral 4), the Combat Action Badge and Air Assault Badge, as well as various other service medals and ribbons.
She is married and has two children and three grandchildren.