CW5 KIM E. JANNECK
Chief Warrant Officer Five Kim E. Janneck was appointed as Command Chief Warrant Officer for the Louisiana Army National Guard on 1 August 2009 and promoted to the rank of Chief Warrant Officer Five on 1 November 2009. Chief Janneck enlisted in the Louisiana Army National Guard as an E3 on 23 May 1986 under the Civilian Acquired Skills Program. Upon completion of Basic Training at Fort Dix, New Jersey, on 12 September 1986, she was promoted to Sergeant. Chief Janneck immediately enrolled in the Reserve Component Warrant Officer Entry Course, completing Phases I and II at Fort McCoy, Wisconson, graduating 22 May 1988 on the Commandants List. She graduated as the Distinguished Honor Graduate of the Military Personnel Officer Warrant Officer Basic Course conducted at Fort Benjamin Harrison on 8 July 1988, and was subsequently appointed as a Warrant Officer.
Chief Janneck has completed the following military courses: the Reserve Component Warrant Officer Advanced Course, Fort Jackson, South Carolina, June 1996; the Warrant Officer Staff Course, Fort Rucker, Alabama, October 2000; Warrant Officer Senior Leaders Seminar, August 2006; and the Warrant Officer Senior Staff Course, Fort Rucker, Alabama, October 2006.
Her military assignments include: Executive Assistant to The Adjutant General, Louisiana National Guard, 1986 to 2005; Chief, Personnel Records Division, 209th Personnel Services Company, July 1988 to July 1989; Unit Personnel Technician/Military Personnel Technician, HQ STARC (-), August 1989 to November 2001; and Budget Officer, HQ STARC (-), December 2001 to September 2006. Chief Janneck also served as Military Personnel Technician in the Human Resources Division of the J1, Joint Force Headquarters (JFHQ), Louisiana Army National Guard, from October 2006 to 31 July 2009.
Prior to her appointment as the Command Chief Warrant Officer, Chief Janneck served as the Deputy Human Resources Officer, J1 and had been a federal technician with the Louisiana National Guard since March 1978.
Chief Janneck’s military awards include the Meritorious Service Medal (with two oak leaf clusters), the Army Commendation Medal (with one oak leaf cluster), the Army Achievement Medal, Army Reserve Component Achievement Medal (fifth award), National Defense Service Medal (with bronze star), Armed Forces Reserve Medal, and Army Service Ribbon.