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Elgin’s Staley retires from Army National Guard
Staley - Pentagon Flag
Command Sgt. Maj. Phil Staley (right) receives an American flag that flew over the Pentagon in his honor during his retirement ceremony from the S.C. Army National Guard on June 7 at McEntire Joint National Guard Base in Eastover. Staley served with the Guard for 28 years, many of them with the 114th Signal Battalion based in Camden. (Photo courtesy of Phil Staley)
After 28 years of honorable service, SC. Army National Guard Command Sgt. Maj. Phil Staley retired May 29. The Guard held a retirement a retirement ceremony for Staley on June 7 at McEntire Joint National Guard Base in Eastover.