Command Sgt. Maj. Pa’uulu incoming CSM for Battle Group Poland
Bemowo Piskie Training Area, POLAND — Toa O Samoa serving overseas: U.S. Army Command Sgt. Maj. Keneti Pa’uulu, the incoming command sergeant major of Battle Group Poland, salutes during a change of command ceremony in Bemowo Piskie Training Area, Poland, July 17, 2020. After a 6-month rotation, 3rd Squadron, 2nd Cavalry Regiment was replaced by 2nd Squadron, 2nd Cavalry Regiment.
According to information provided by a family member to Samoa News, Command Sgt. Maj. Pa’uulu is the son of the late Tele'a and Fesolia'i Pa'uulu from Faga'itua village in American Samoa.
Pa'uulu, serving in the US Army for 23 years, is married to Bonnelley Liu Pa'uulu from Vaitogi village, American Samoa. And the couple has two children; Jude Ariu-Siakisone and Sharlet Paleoleto'elau.
This photo posted Aug. 14th on the “NATO enhanced Forward Presence Battle Group Poland” shows US Army Lt. Col. Jeffery Higgins (2nd from left) and US Army Command Sgt Major Keneti Pa’uulu (4th from left) of Battle Group Poland meeting with Polish 4 Star Gen. Jarosław Mika (middle) the GENCOM (General Command) commander in Warsaw, Poland, ahead of the Polish Armed Forces Day celebrations. [photo: NATO enhanced Forward Presence Battle Group Poland]