Cintron deployed to Iraq in 2006, 2009

Staff Sergeant Jaime Cintron works as Logistics Manager for Lower Tier Project with the Army Logistics Center. CONTRIBUTED
Staff Sergeant Jaime Cintron works as Logistics Manager for Lower Tier Project with the Army Logistics Center. CONTRIBUTED

MADISON – Currently, Staff Sergeant Jaime Cintron is part of the 3rd/108th Signal Battalion.

“I have been part of the U.S. Army Reserve since April 2003 and still serving,” Cintron said.

He completed basic training at Fort Jackson, S.C. and Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) training as 25Q (multichannel operator) at Fort Gordon, Ga. He then was assigned to the 35th Signal Battalion in Puerto Rico.

“In 2006, I mobilized for the first time to Iraq and in 2009 as well,” Cintron said. “Now, I’m assigned to the 3rd/108th Detachment Signal Battalion in Huntsville as an Instructor in Communications.”

“I moved to Madison in June 2012 to work for the government as a full-time civilian in logistics management,” Cintron said. “My current occupation is Logistics Manager for Lower Tier Project under the Army Logistics Center.”

In addition, he manages his own company as a real estate investor with the company name of Dragon Home Solutions LLC. “Our purpose is buying properties in distress to give them life for families to call it home,” Cintron said.

He earned a bachelor’s degree in computer science at the Inter-American University in Puerto Rico.

He is married to Emely Caraballo. Their sons are Jayden Y. Cintron-Caraballo, who is eight years old, and Derek Y Cintron-Caraballo, who is five years old.

“My hobbies and interests are video games, board games, origami and crafts, especially with the family and friends,” Jaime Cintron said.

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