LTC Matthew Stanley, Professor of Military Science
LTC Stanley commissioned from United States Military Academy in May, 2000. Lieutenant Colonel Stanley has been to Ranger, Airborne and Air Assault School and deployed to Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Oman.
“I joined the Army because I wanted to challenge myself and work with/lead others who were committed towards serving the country. I have been an Infantry Officer my entire career. My favorite thing about the Army is the relationships you build throughout your time in service. I have been tremendously fortunate to work with and for some amazing people. The bonds that have been built over my career will last a lifetime.”
MSG Jacob Jurden, Senior Military Instructor
MSG Jurden enlisted in May 2001 deployed to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in 2002, Operation Iraqi Freedom 2003, 2005 and 2006, and Operation New Dawn in 2010 and 2011.
“I love the camaraderie and sense of family that the Army provides no matter how often or frequently you move. My fortune and opportunities have helped me earn my Expert Infantryman Badge, Air Assault Wings, Senior Parachutist Badge as a Jumpmaster, Army Gold Recruiting Badge, Combat Infantryman Badge, and the Ranger Tab.”
MAJ Christopher Schilling, Assistant Professor of Military Science
MAJ Schilling enlisted in the Army Reserve in 1996 as a Military Police Soldier and deployed under Operation Noble Eagle and Operation Iraqi Freedom before commissioning as an Engineer Officer in 2007. On Active Duty in the AGR program of the Army Reserve, MAJ Schilling has traveled to 14 different countries on humanitarian aid and training missions and visited 49 states plus Wake Island (pictured).