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Victor Rivera

Retired Command Sergeant Major
and Coach,

All-Army Softball Team

Victor Rivera-Collazo is from Naguabo, Puerto Rico. He entered the US Army in Oct. 1977 and served until his retirement on Aug 2010.

He served three tours in Germany, two tours at Fort Ord, CA, Fort Sam Houston, TX, Fort Stewart, GA, Fort Indiantown Gap, PA, Fort Drum, NY, and Fort Monroe, VA. He was deployed to Kuwait, Kosovo, and Afghanistan.

Mr. Rivera-Collazo coached college baseball for nine years at SUNY Canton, and also coached the All-Army Men's Softball Team to seven gold medals at the Armed Forces Championship. Since retirement He has served as the Syracuse Chiefs Latino chaplain (affiliation of Washington Nationals).

Mr. Rivera-Collazo, in 2018 was inducted in the Puerto Rico Veteran’s Hall of Fame and completed a Bachelor’s degree from Christ Missionary College.

Awarded the title of Honorary Command Sergeant Major for 3-6 Field Artillery, Fort Drum, NY in 2015. Selected the Coach of the Year for the US Army in 2009. Recipient of over 30 military awards.

Victor Rivera

Retired Command Sergeant Major
and Coach,

All-Army Softball Team

Victor-Rivera-2 (1)

Victor Rivera-Collazo is from Naguabo, Puerto Rico. He entered the US Army in Oct. 1977 and served until his retirement on Aug 2010.

He served three tours in Germany, two tours at Fort Ord, CA, Fort Sam Houston, TX, Fort Stewart, GA, Fort Indiantown Gap, PA, Fort Drum, NY, and Fort Monroe, VA. He was deployed to Kuwait, Kosovo, and Afghanistan.

Mr. Rivera-Collazo coached college baseball for nine years at SUNY Canton, and also coached the All-Army Men's Softball Team to seven gold medals at the Armed Forces Championship. Since retirement He has served as the Syracuse Chiefs Latino chaplain (affiliation of Washington Nationals).

Mr. Rivera-Collazo, in 2018 was inducted in the Puerto Rico Veteran’s Hall of Fame and completed a Bachelor’s degree from Christ Missionary College.

Awarded the title of Honorary Command Sergeant Major for 3-6 Field Artillery, Fort Drum, NY in 2015. Selected the Coach of the Year for the US Army in 2009. Recipient of over 30 military awards.

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