Rubart, Zachary, 1stSgt

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 Service Details
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Current Service Status
USMC Active
Current/Last Rank
First Sergeant
Current/Last Primary MOS
8999-Sergeant Major/First Sergeant
Current/Last MOSGroup
Miscellaneous Requirements
Previously Held MOS
0300-Basic Infantryman
0352-Anti-Tank/Assault Guided Missileman
0571-Foreign Security Force Advisor
0369-Infantry Unit Leader
0913-Marine Combat Instructor
Primary Unit
2022-Present, 8999, Naval Support Facility- Thurmont Maryland (Camp David)
Service Years
2002 - Present
Official/Unofficial USMC Certificates
Meritorious Mast
Operation Iraqi Freedom
Operation Enduring Freedom
Shellback Certificate
Certificate of Commendation

First Sergeant

Four Hash Marks


 Official Badges 

Presidential Service French Fourragere Black Belt

 Unofficial Badges 


 Military Associations and Other Affiliations
Marine Corps Association and Foundation (MCA&F)Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA)Military Order of the Purple HeartAmerican Legion
  2007, Marine Corps Association and Foundation (MCA&F)
  2008, Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA)
  2009, Military Order of the Purple Heart
  2009, American Legion

 Additional Information
What are you doing now:
Company First Sergeant
Weapons Company
3rd Battalion, 5th Marines
1st Marine Division
Camp Pendleton, CA
Other Comments:
Not Specified

 Remembrance Profiles - 6 Marines Remembered

  Purple Heart - 2006

Name of Award
Purple Heart

Year Awarded
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Details Behind Award
On 17 June 2006, Sergeant Rubart was wounded while clearing a possible IED on MSR Mobile. He received shrapnel wounds to his left forearm, left hand, right thigh, and right buttocks. Although wounded with a "priority" medevac status, Sergeant Rubart instructed his section to cordon the blast site and search for a potential triggerman. He grabbed his pistol and had the section corpsman assess his wounds, while the assistant Section Leader reported the incident to higher. After the corpsman assessed his wounds, Sergeant Rubart was brought to Fallujah Surgical by self-medevac of the section. Sergeant Rubart was initially given one week to recuperate and after his check-up appointment. The Regimental Aid Station recommended that Sergeant Rubart remain on limited duty for another 10 days. Sergeant Rubart declined the recommendation and returned to his section for combat operations that day with his wounds still wrapped in bandages.
My Photos From This Award
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