Command Sergeant Major
Professional Services Command CSM
CSM Ken Cabe is a graduate of the University of Georgia, retired from the SC Forestry Commission. During his service with the Commission, he worked in forest management, urban forestry, wildland fire management, law enforcement and public information.
He joined the 108th Division, US Army Reserve, in 1969. Cabe completed Basic Training and Infantry Advanced Training at Ft. Lewis, Washington. Two years later, he enrolled in Drill Sergeant School and graduated as First Distinguished Graduate of the class of 1972.
Cabe served as a Basic Training Platoon Sergeant, specializing in teaching drill and ceremonies and hand-to-hand combat. He later served as Senior Instructor at the 108th Division Drill Sergeant School, teaching military instruction techniques.
In 1977, SFC Cabe was recognized as the nation’s top Army Reserve Drill Sergeant, winning the Army’s Drill Sergeant of the Year (USAR) competition at Ft. Monroe, Virgina.
Cabe joined the SC State Guard in 2013 as a training NCO. Since then he has served as First Sergeant for Division Headquarters Detachment, and as NCOIC of Francis Marion Reception Company.
Cabe is the CSM of the Professional Services Command under the leadership of COL William Floyd.