Vincent E. Armbruster was promoted to Chief Warrant Officer 4 on May 30, 2013 in a ceremony at the Headquarters, Idaho National Guard in Boise, Idaho. The ceremony was presided over by Brigadier General John Goodale, commander, Idaho Army National Guard.
Vincent enlisted in the United States Army in 1987 and has over 25 years of military service. During his career he has progressed through higher levels of responsibility to attain his current rank. He now serves as the Battalion Maintenance Officer for the 1st of the 183rd Attack Reconnaissance Helicopter Battalion in Boise, Idaho.
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He graduated in 1988 from Hilltop High School in West Unity and received Associate Degrees in Applied Science with a major in Automotive Diesel Technology in 1993 and Agricultural Equipment in 2000 from Northwestern College in Lima.
Chief Warrant Officer Armbruster is the son of Marcella Armbruster of Bryan, OH. He is the husband of Denise Armbruster and has three children Logan (Defiance), Tyler and Emily (West Unity). They reside in Boise, Idaho.
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