CSM Christopher Miller attended Sperry High School and graduated in 1989. He went on to Rogers State University, then attended Tulsa Community College where he received his associates in Liberal Arts. He attended Oklahoma State University where he received a Bachelor of Science in Political Science.

CSM Miller completed basic training in 1990, then went to advance individual training (AIT) as a 54B Chemical Specialist. In 1991, he attended the U.S. Army Airborne School. He graduated from U.S. Army Ranger School in 1994; he completed training for his 11B MOSQ in 1995. CSM Miller has completed PLDC, BNCOC, ANCOC, and the U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy.

CSM Miller served in the 82nd Airborne Division from 1991-1995 and the Oklahoma National Guard from 1995 to present. He was activated by the State of Oklahoma in 1999 to support tornado recovery operations. He deployed to Afghanistan in 2003-2004 as an Infantry Platoon Sergeant. In 2005, he deployed to New Orleans in support of Hurricane Katrina recovery operations. In 2008, CSM Miller deployed to Baghdad, Iraq as an Infantry Company 1SG. In 2011, he deployed to Afghanistan as the 1-279 Infantry BN CSM. In 2013, he served as the 1-179 Infantry BN CSM. CSM Miller served as the OKARNG Joint Operations Center Operations SGM at Joint Force Headquarters in 2015. CSM Miller then served as the CSM for Joint Multi National Training Group-Ukraine in 2017, while serving as the 45th Infantry Brigade Combat Team CSM from 2016-2018, until his current assignment as the 14th State Command Sergeant Major of Oklahoma.

CSM Christopher Miller resides in Skiatook, Oklahoma with his wife Kim  and daughter Rylee. His son Colton resides in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.

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Meritorious Unit Citation (with one bronze oak leaf)
Bronze Star Medal (with one bronze oak leaf)
Meritorious Service Medal,
Army Commendation Medal (with three bronze oak leaves)
Army Achievement Medal (with four bronze oak leaves)
Army Good Conduct Medal
Army Reserve Components Achievement Medal (with one silver oak leaf and one bronze oak leaf)
National Defense Service Medal (with one bronze service star)
Afghanistan Campaign Medal (with two campaign stars)
Iraq Campaign Medal (with one campaign star)
Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal
Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
Humanitarian Service Medal
Armed Forces Reserve Medal (with the 20 Year Device, the “M” Device and Numeral “2”)
NCO Professional Development Medal (Numeral “5”)
Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon (Numeral “3”)
NATO Medal
Combat Infantryman Badge
Ranger Tab
Parachutist Badge
Oklahoma Senior Enlisted Ribbon (with one Silver Diamond and one Bronze Star)
Oklahoma State Active Duty Medal (Numeral “2”)
Oklahoma Long Service Medal (20 years of service)
Oklahoma Good Conduct Medal (23 years of service)
Louisiana State Emergency Service Medal.