Sergeant First Class Milton B. Marrero was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Following his call of duty after 3 generations of family military service starting in World War I, enlisted in Fort Buchanan, Puerto Rico in November 1991 as Heavy Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic assigned to 432nd Transportation Company, Roosevelt Roads Naval Station, PR. During his tenure, held numerous assignment like Senior Mechanic at HSC 448th Engineer Combat Battalion, Fort Buchanan, PR, Motor Sergeant at 801st Engineer Port Opening Company in Oakland, CA. His last 14 years, served under Army Recruiting Command where performed several relevant roles at Miami Recruiting Battalion, Puerto Rico Recruiting District and Houston Recruiting Battalion. SFC Marrero’s last duty was in Conroe, Texas.
He graduated High School in 1991 in Corozal, Puerto Rico and is currently working on his Masters of Education at Purdue University.
His military awards includes Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal (2 Oak Leaf), Army Achievement Medal (1 Silver Leaf), Army Reserve Components Achievement Medal, Army Good Conduct Medal (7th Award), Humanitarian Service Medal, Overseas Service Ribbon (3rd Award), Global War On Terrorism Medal, Armed Forces Reserve Medal (Silver Hourglass), National Defense Medal (2nd Award), NCO Development Ribbon, Army Service Ribbon, Army Reserve Overseas Training Ribbon, the Army Recruiter Ring and the Prestigious Glenn E. Morrell Recruiting Medallion. He had participated in Operations Monserrat, Ocean Venture and Roving Sands.
Until 2015, he was providing the strength to support our Army mission and now is teaching our future leaders and watch them grow into adults.
SFC Marrero is currently married and have 3 children.