327th Infantry Regiment Association
Who We Are
- We are a 501c3 Veterans organization, that focuses on helping our unit. (EIN 85-3732738)
- We are here for the betterment of the soldiers, veterans, and families of the 327th Infantry Regiment
- We provide assistance wherever we are needed whenever we are needed.
We are our brother’s Keeper NFS!
President / Founder
A native of Hartselle, Alabama. Jarrod Stover started his career with the 1/325 Airborne Infantry Regiment of the 82nd Airborne Division. Then moving on to the 3rd United States Infantry Regiment “ The Old Guard” where he was a first responder to the 9/11 Pentagon Attack.
He had 2 combat tours with No Slack, OIF 7 and OEF 11. He was Medically Retired in 2013 at 17 years of service. He is married to wife Kristi and has one son Adam.
From Newaygo Michigan.
Started his career in 1990 and served in the following units Joint Security Force, Joint Security Area Korea, 2-9 Infantry Fort Ord California, 1-4 Infantry Hohenfels Germany, 3-187 fort Campbell Kentucky, Drill Instructor Echo 2-54 Infantry Fort Benning GA, 1-327 and 2-327 Fort Campbell KY, United State Sergeant Major Academy Fort Bliss TX, Command Sergeant Major 1-310 Fort McCoy WI, Command Sergeant Major Tranatula Team Fort Irwin CA, Command Sergeant Major 1st BDE Cadet Command Fort Knox KY. He retired with 29 years of service in 2020. Supported by his wife Raquel, sons Alex, Colby and Daughter RYlee.
From Grass Valley California, Phil Sabatino started his career in 1990 he served in the fallowing unit 2/187th infantry Fort Campbell KY, 1/501 airborne Fort Richardson AK, Pathfinder company Fort Campbell KY, 1/187 infantry Fort Campbell KY, Drill Sergeant Echo 2/54 FT Benning Ga, 2/327th 2003-2009 Fort Campbell KY and HHT 2/11 Fort Irwin CA. Retiring with 20 year of service in February of 2011. Supported by his wife Jennifer Daughter Sadie and sons Anthony and Eric.
From Blountstown, Florida.
Enlisted in 1996 in the Florida Army National Guard. Immediately transitioning to Active duty and being assigned to 2/327 from Dec of 98 to 2007. Then assigned to 1st Army from 2007-2009. Back to No Slack from 2009-2012. 5th Army 2012-2014. Tarantula team 2014-2016 Fort Irwin California. Supported by Heather and daughter Savannah. And stepsons Andrew and Jacob.
Native of Bladenboro, North Carolina, Todd Pait had two tours of duty with No Slack including two deployments to Iraq. Served as both an NCO and Officer with Bravo Company and HHC. Finished his career in Bastogne as a Captain with 1/32 Cav in 2013. Currently teaches high school English and coaches baseball/football in East Tennessee. He is married to wife Brandy and has three children (Summer,Chase,Ryder).
A true born New Englander who was adopted by the south!
A graduate of Middle Tennessee State with a Bachelors of Science. She has worked in Global Technology for over 11 years and currently resides on a farm outside Nashville, TN with her husband, SFC(R) Shannon Corbin.
- A mother to two sons, Andrew and Jacob. and step mother to a daughter, Savannah.
- A dog/cat mom to Golly, Mrs. Bates, Jinx and Jax!
- A friend to many.
- A fan of the Patriots, Red Sox, Bruins..(you get the picture)!
- A supporter of the Army, Infantry, but mostly to “No Slack.”
- A humbled recipient of the Shield of Sparta and Angel of Bastogne
Served 8 years in the US Army comprised of 5 years Active Duty with duty stations of Fort Richardson, Alaska and Fort Campbell, Kentucky. I deployed to Iraq in 2003 with the initial invasion force and was injured in combat on June 3rd, 2003 when I fell 45 feet from a Blackhawk helicopter on a mission. After I separated from service I used my GI Bill benefits to get a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting from NKU. In 2018 I decided to further my education and pursued an MBA at Thomas More through the previously named TAP program. I graduated in August of this year. I am the Business Manager for The Heart and Vascular Institute at St. Elizabeth Healthcare. I’ve been married to my wife, Melissa, for 13 years and we have two amazing little boys, August (6) and Atticus (3). In my “free” time I do what I can in the veteran community to help my brothers and sisters who have not adjusted as well as I have to life after service.