Develop our NCO Corps by influencing the leaders of tomorrow through leadership, discipline, commitment and caring.


Lead by example in soldiers taking care of soldiers through mentoring and caring. Support our soldiers by improving our Army, our post, and communities.


Promote an understanding of what the SAMC is, who its members are and how it supports soldiers and the communities.


Allow a forum for NCOs to gather and discuss leadership, war fighting skills, and strategy to ensure our success on the global battlefield of the 21st century.

Recent Events

Congratulations to the following NCOs for being selected:
SFC Jovia Sutton, Assistant Inspector General NCO, 4th Infantry Division
SSG Shermeka Lee, Material Management NCO, Headquarters Company, 704th Brigade Sustainment Battalion, 2nd Infantry Brigade, 4th Infantry Division
SGT Blanca Reyes, Squad Leader, 59th Quartermaster Company, 4th Sustainment Brigade, 4th Infantry Division

SAMC Members and Candidates lined up downtown as they prepared to take part in the Colorado Springs Veterans Day Parade. The distinguished group marched carrying the various flags that have represented the United States from its inception up until our current and included the POW-MIA flag. The group was led by MSG Klobusnik (SAMC PAO), who marched to the cadence of the Army band. Hundreds of local residents and veterans from each era showed up to honor veterans and service members who have served and are currently serving for our country.

Mission Complete!!!

The final phase of Operation Backpack Drive was completed on August 31st, 2016. We delivered over 250 Backpacks filled with school supplies to Heaton Middle School in Pueblo, CO.

This week we had the pleasure of presenting SSG Charles Spence and MSG Bradley Shufelt with the Presidential Volunteer Service Medal (Gold) and signed letter from the President of the United States.
The President’s Volunteer Service Award (PVSA) is the premier volunteer awards program, encouraging citizens to live a life of service through presidential gratitude and national recognition.
We encourage everyone to take a look around, be inspired and take positive action that changes the world.

Upcoming Events

Meetings are held the 2nd Tuesday of every month 1200-1245. The location rotates every month throughout Fort Carson.
The upcoming SAMC Meetings are:
14 March 2017
James R. Wolf Dining Facility BLDG 1444 Specker Rd.

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Sergeant Audie Murphy Award Final Selection Board will convene on the following dates:
1. 14 December 2016: Packet Due to Division 5 December 2016.
2. 8 March 2017: Packet Due to Division 27 February 2017.
3. 14 June 2017: Packet Due to Division 1 June 2017.

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Who: SAMC Members/Candidates in ACU/OCP with medallion or civilian attitre in SAMC t-shirt. (Must fill out one-time volunteer waiver)
What: Assist the Marian House Soup Kitchen with serving people in downtown Colorado Springs in need of a hot meal.
When: 1st Wednesday of every month from 1000-1300
Where: 14 W Bijou St, Colorado Springs, CO 80903
To volunteer contact: SFC Dionte WilderWhy: To provide relief to struggling families, seniors on a fixed income, the working poor, veterans, people with disabilities, unsupported teens, and those who are homeless of Colorado Springs. The Marian House is open 365 days a year, the soup kitchen is operated by a small Catholic Charities staff and approximately 45 dedicated volunteers a day from various organizations, churches, corporations, the military, and individuals.
To volunteer contact: SFC Dionte Wilder

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Who: 7-10 Volunteers as mentors and coaches.
When: Saturday, March 25th Athletics & Beyond would like to bring approximately 22 middle school and high school student athletes.
Where: Ft. Carson, 4th Special Troops Battalion
What: In addition to workstations and introductions we would like to have a 7v7 flag football game against Ft. Carsonstudent athletes grades 7 & 8 and 9 -11 as well as an obstaclecourse for physical activities.
Why: Perform Resiliency Training, Performance Triad and an introduction to the Sergeant Audie Murphy Club leaders.

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MISSION: Volunteer as mentors at the TAPS Good Grief Camp, for Gold Star children, supporting children of fallen military Apr. 1-2, 2017.
MENTOR'S ROLE: Each mentor is matched with a military child who lost his or her loved one. Children range from 4 to 18 years old; you may select the age group with which you prefer to work. You are placed in a group with other mentors and their mentees, led by an experienced and trained grief facilitator. Responsibilities include connecting with your mentee and following the lead of your group leader. Mentors must be available for training on Saturday morning, and participate in the camp all day Saturday and Sunday.
MANDATORY BRIEFING: Saturday, Apr. 1, 0730-0900
GOOD GRIEF CAMP: Saturday, Apr. 1, 0900-2000 (breakfast, lunch, and dinner will be provided) Sunday, Apr. 2, 0800-2000 (breakfast, lunch, and dinner will be provided)
LOCATION: Cheyenne Mountain Resort, 3225 Broadmoor Valley Rd, Colorado Springs, CO 80906

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