Iglaka win (Moves Camp Woman)
Sergeant Alexandria Hacker is currently Active Duty in the U.S. Army. She is currently stationed at Fort Knox, Kentucky. SGT Hacker is Sicangu Lakota and grew up on the Rosebud Indian Reservation in South Dakota. Her Lakota name is Iglaka win, which means Moves Camp Woman. She comes from the Aske Gluwipi Tiospaye and is the Great-Great-Great-Granddaughter of Chief Iron Shell. She has two children who she credits as her reason for never giving up.
Sergeant Hacker enlisted in the U.S. Army in August 2005 and graduated Basic Combat Training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. She then went on to Fort Gordon, Georgia where she graduated with a Military Occupational Specialty of 25U – Signal Support Systems Specialist. SGT Hacker’s first duty station was with the 2nd Infantry Division at Camp Humphreys, South Korea. After spending 14 months in South Korea, SGT Hacker was then stationed with the 25th Infantry Division at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii. While stationed with the 25th, SGT Hacker was deployed to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. After her return to Hawaii, SGT Hacker was then stationed with the 1st Infantry Division at Fort Knox, Kentucky. After serving with 1st ID, SGT Hacker was selected to become a U.S. Army Recruiter. She attended the U.S. Army Recruiting and Retention School at Fort Jackson, South Carolina and recruited out of Elizabethtown, Kentucky. After recruiting SGT Hacker worked under the Fort Knox Garrison Command Sergeant Major and was then stationed with the 3rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command on Fort Knox. SGT Hacker is now currently stationed with the 19th Engineer Battalion, also on Fort Knox.
During her service to the country, SGT Hacker has been awarded various awards and decorations and has had the opportunity to serve in significant roles, such as an Equal Opportunity Leader and Army Substance Abuse Advocate.