Episode 37 – Sergeant Alice Gallop West, U.S. Army

Voices To Veterans
Voices To Veterans
Episode 37 - Sergeant Alice Gallop West, U.S. Army

Welcome to Episode 37 of the Voices to Veterans podcast. This episode features the story of Sergeant Alice Gallop West, U.S. Army.

Alice served as a Chaplain’s Assistant in the U.S. Army and was Lieutenant General Norman Schwarzkopf’s aerobics instructor at Fort Lewis, Washington. After 7 years on active duty with tours stateside and in Korea, Alice continued to serve as a civilian employee in Army and Navy corrections facilities, protecting the rights of victims and witnesses in military justice proceedings. Everything about Alice’s life has centered around service to others – she has an inspiring story you won’t want to miss.

To listen to Alice’s story, just click on the red arrow, above. 

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