Voices of Service

 

Voices of Service
Pictured from left to right are Retired Master Sergeant Caleb Green, Retired Sergeant 1st Class Jason Hanna, Sergeant Major Christal Rheams, and Retired Staff Sergeant Ron Henry

 

Voices of Service, the soulful singing quartet includes Retired Master Sergeant Caleb Green, Retired Staff Sergeant Ron Henry, Sergeant Major Christal Rheams and Retired Sergeant 1st Class Jason Hanna. The men and woman who make up Voices of Service have served our country in various roles including Transportation Specialist, Combat Medic, and members of the U.S. Army Band. The latter was a performing unit that made multiple tours of duty to serve American troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.

They use their platform to increase awareness of how music can help serve the men and women who are coping with post-traumatic stress and other invisible/visible wounds. They operate under the umbrella of CAMMO. Voices of Service has been singing together for seven years.  Successfully competing in Season 14 of America’s Got Talent and placing fifth, they have created national awareness of the struggle our service members, Veterans and their families go through when dealing with physical and psychological injuries sustained during active service.  They provide an inspiring example of the excellence that exists amongst the members of the active military and Veteran communities, continuing to serve America through their music.


Having noticed that many veterans and active-duty service members were interested in careers within the music industry, the Center for American Military Music Opportunities (CAMMO) founders launched the organization in 2009. CAMMO offers career guidance, artist development, production, recording and management opportunities as well as other music career-related services to the greater community of Veterans, active service members, and their families.