We are pleased to induct Jenniper Tyler of Alexandria, Virginia, into The Rush Limbaugh Show Hall of Patriots, 2020 class. She currently serves as a Command Inspector General in a U.S. Army Military Intelligence Division.
Prior to her current assignment, Tyler worked with General H.R. McMaster when he was a Major in the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment. She also served as Action Officer for both the Army Service Board and the Army Talent Management Task Force. There, she wrote letters to Congress on behalf of Army Leadership, prepared General Officers for congressional testimony and worked on policies for laws enacted through the National Defense Authorization Act. She has also served as an Army subject matter expert to the House of Representatives working with members from Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, and Oklahoma.
Tyler first discovered The Rush Limbaugh Show in 1991 when she was completing a summer course at U.C. Santa Barbara. Rush’s words resonated with her and she eventually convinced her whole family to tune in. Tyler let us know that she feels fortunate for her career in the U.S. Military. She was nominated for the Hall of Patriots by her proud parents.