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For Board of Director - Listed Alphabetically

Laura Cawthron   For over a decade, I have had the privilege of supporting the EW community by providing technical solutions to the critical operational challenges that our current and future warfighters face. More recently, my position as an Assistant Program Manager at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (JHU/APL) has provided me the opportunity to expand my contributions to the C4ISR community, in addition to participating in some of the recent strategic EW efforts within DoD.


Chief Warrant Officer 3 Eric T. Colon is the senior Electronic Warfare Technician at Army Cyber Command, G-39 Information Operations at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. ARCYBER G-39 is responsible for the coordination and integration of EW Training strategies and managing the Army Cyber Operations Training Strategy, Cyber Support to Corps and Below, and the Multi Domain Task Force. Prior to this assignment, he was the Officer in Charge of the Electronic Warfare Warrant Officer Advanced Course, Fort Sill, Oklahoma.


CW3 Colon graduated from Cameron University with a degree in Communications in 1999 and was commissioned through the Warrant Officer Procurement Program. After completing Warrant Officer Candidate School, and the EW Warrant Officer Basic Course, he deployed to Iraq with the 2ndBrigade, 1st Infantry Division Fort Riley, Kansas. From 2010 through 2011, CW3 Colon served in numerous echelons below Corps. He has completed multiple deployments in support of Operations ENDURING FREEDOM and IRAQI FREEDOM, including duties as Brigade and Division Electronic Warfare Technician. CW3 Colon is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma with a Master of Arts in Communications and the National Intelligence University with a Master of Science in Technology Intelligence with a concentration in Cyberspace Operations. CW3 Colon has also attended the EW Warrant Officer Advanced Course, the Joint Network Attack Course, the Army Cyber Operations Course and the Joint Cyber Analysis Course. His research interests includes quantum computing and quantum cryptography.

Leslie Gruis worked for the National Security Agency (NSA) for 30 years. Beginning in the agency’s prestigious mathematics internship program, she made technical contributions across the Signals Intelligence, Information Assurance (then Communications Security) and Research directorates. As a career intelligence officer, Dr. Gruis contributed to the debate on alleged privacy abuses from the inside. She advised on oversight and compliance issues to help the government protect the rights of all U.S. citizens. Dr. Gruis also worked with government attorneys to explain the capabilities that technologies brought in order to develop legally defensible sources and methods to protect national security while also preserving civil rights. These experiences led to later assignments to US Cyber Command and the National Intelligence Council at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. Dr. Gruis holds a Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics from Northwestern University.


Mark Heck is director of Cyber Programs, pai1 of Raytheon's U.S. Business Development organization. Raytheon Company (NYSE: RTN), with 2017 sales of$25 billion and 64,000 employees, is a technology and innovation leader specializing in defense, civil government and cybersecurity solutions. Raytheon is headquai1ered in Waltham, Massachusetts.


Mark is responsible for cyber market analysis, strategy development and execution of Raytheon's Cyber strategy aligned with defense markets, and monitoring progress toward topline Cyber growth objectives aligned with the Department of Defense (DoD).


During the past 20 years, Mark Heck has held senior leadership positions involving strategic planning, business development and operations with a variety of high­ technology firms. Prior to joining Raytheon, he was executive director of Secure Intelligence Solutions for Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC}, an applied R&D firm focused on building next-generation cybersecurity solutions. While at CTC, Mark led the development and implementation of cloud and mobile computing and cross domain solutions. He also served as the CTC liaison to the Senate and House Intelligence Committees for the advancement of national cybersecurity strategy policy and legislation for current and next-generation cross domain solutions technology.Previously Heck was the division director within the Intelligence & Security Sector of BAE Systems. He was responsible for identifying, pursuing, capturing and executing cybersecurity-related business within the DoD and Intelligence Community markets. 


Heck is an active member of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA), Air Force Association (AFA), Ft. Meade Alliance, BWI Business Partnership, Association of the United States Army (AUSA), Cyber, Space, & Intelligence Association (CSIA), National  Defense Industrial  Association (NOIA), United States Technology Leadership Council (USTLC}, United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF), Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA), and the Potomac Officers Club. He is also a member of the Dean's Advisory Board at the University of Central Florida College of Engineering and Computer Science, Association of Crows Capitol Club Board Member, and AFCEA International Technology Committee Member. 


Heck received his bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Villanova University and master's degrees in computer science and in business administration from Florida Institute of Technology. Selected as an Industry Fellow, he attended the National Defense University's Industrial College of Armed Forces (ICAF) and earned a master's degree in national resource strategy. At ICAF, Heck received the Antonelli Award for Industry Study Excellence for the ICAF Aircraft Industry Study Publication.

Gregg Kuzniewsky

Geoff Leighton

  • Member of the Association off Old Crows since 1987.

  • Life Member since 2013 after being awarded the Col. Anton  D.  Brees Award.

  • Served two consecutive terms as President of the AOC Capital Club thus have the necessary experience and knowledge to serve in any capacity on the Board of Directors.

  • During my tenure in office we obtained Chapter of the Year three times out of four. The fourth time we gained a Distinguished Chapter award.

  • Initiated the Capital Club web site and turned this into a revenue generating addition to the scholarship and the general fund. Corporate sponsors were sought and displayed on the web site at various levels depending on how much they wished to contribute.

  • The web site evolved into an excellent tool to post Board of Directors minutes, events and the general business of the Capital Club in a very transparent manner.

  • Under my leadership we assisted the Maple Leaf chapter in Canada in becoming active again and instigated a “Twinning” charter between the two clubs which has since been adopted by other chapters within the organization.

  • Under my leadership the Capital Club financially supported the then National President in a legal battle with the Executive Director which ultimately resulted in his resignation.

  • Currently principle of my own company, Global Security and Surveillance LLC, and working in various aspects of EW.

  • I believe I am very well qualified to serve once again on the Capital Club Board of Directors.


Bob Lindseth is "Leader of the Convention Volunteers", he is an Electronic Warfare Professional with just short of fifty years in the focused portals of intelligence, EW, Cyber Operations and information activities. The highlight of my recent work for the AOC is being the leader of the great volunteers who support the National Convention. In the past three years the volunteers from all the clubs, roosts and nests have had an opportunity to see the convention from the inside by participating in every aspect of operations. Beyond that Bob's work has been concentrated in government, academe and the corporate worlds. His lectures in academe include instructing Officers at DIA’s National Intelligence University, (NIU) providing students with the knowledge and tools to ascertain the nature of information and emitter threats and methods to develop plans for regime change in hostile countries. Colonel Lindseth’s military assignments include both field operations and Pentagon assignments. On Joint Staff, (JCS/J2) as Deputy Director for Intelligence and Commander of the Task Force at Site-R he led the National Security Team to successfully complete one of the most complex challenges ever undertaken by the United States. Other EW activities included Air Force Electronic Warfare Analyst and Chief of the ELINT Desk in the NMJIC. Col. Lindseth holds a BGS Degree from the University of Nebraska, (Omaha) and MA from St. Mary’s University of Texas. He is a member of Omicron Delta Epsilon the Economics Honorary Society, The Military Officers Association of America plus many others. Bob is currently the Past President of the Capitol Club, Association of Old Crows, the world’s largest most respected authority on Information Operations and Electronic Warfare. His awards include the Department of Defense Legion of Merit, The EW Professional of the year and the Col. Anton D. “Tony” Brees Lifetime Electronic Warfare Service Award.


JD Parks   Mr. John Parkes as a member of the Board of Directors of Parry Labs.  JD is an AOC member and is leading the charge on some of the nation’s most difficult problems within the EW arena. 

Don Revell  Colonel Don Revell graduated in 1986 from Francis Marion University with a B.S. Degree in Electronic Engineering Technology. He was commissioned a Second Lieutenant via the Marine Officer Candidate School Program in December 1986, Graduated from the Basic Communications Officer’s School in 1987 and the Cryptologic Division Officer’s School in 1988. He was designated a Signals Intelligence, Electronic Warfare Officer (SIEWO) in April 1988. In May 1988, Second Lieutenant Revell was assigned as Platoon Commander, Bravo Company Second Radio Battalion, Fleet Marine Force Atlantic. Subsequently, as First Lieutenant he served in a multitude of challenging leadership assignments including DoD Special Representative (SPECREP) to Vaihingen Germany where he worked closely with Ministry of Defense officials from multiple nations to coordinate the planning and execution of a four-nation joint/combined military intelligence exercise in Europe. He returned to Second Radio Battalion, where he served as Officer-In-Charge of SIGINT detachments leading Marine Corps teams to Northern Norway (Exercise TEAMWORK) serving above the Arctic Circle for extended periods of time. He completed his active duty tour as Company XO then as Company Commander, Bravo Company Second Radio Battalion, Fleet Marine Force Atlantic Camp Lejeune North Carolina. After the Gulf War, Captain Revell was released from active duty then conducted a special assignment as an active duty reserve officer working for Special Operations Command (SOC), Tampa Florida. In January 1991, he joined the Selective Marine Corps Reserve 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade (2nd MEB) Camp Lejeune North Carolina serving the AC/S G-3 as a special staff officer for Electronic Warfare, SIEWO, and later as Aide de’ Camp to the Commanding General, 2nd MEB. In 1997 Major Revell was assigned to the 2nd MEB G-2 where he served as the Brigade’s Special Security Officer and Signal Intelligence Electronic Warfare Officer taking on additional responsibilities as Officer-In-Charge of several detachments to both Puerto Rico and again to Northern Norway. To broaden his career, in 2000 Major Revell transitioned from serving primarily with USMC ground units to USMC air units accepting assignment as the Department Head S-2 Intelligence Marine Air Group forty-two (MAG 42) Naval Air Station Atlanta supporting a Combined Arms Exercise (CAX 2000) 29 Palms, and CAOC exercises Germany and again Northern Norway. In January 2003, Lieutenant Colonel Revell was mobilized and called to active duty for deployment to Kuwait and Iraq in support of Operation Enduring Freedom then Operation Iraqi Freedom. During the assault phase of the war (OIF-I), he took charge of an active duty Intelligence unit as Department Head Marines Marine Air Group thirty-nine (MAG-39) forward providing intelligence and assault support planning to the USMC ground and rotary air unit movements north to Baghdad. After Baghdad came under coalition control he again took charge of another active duty unit of Marines as Assistant Chief of Staff Intelligence (AC/S G-2) to the Commanding General Third Marine Air Wing forward in support of stabilization and security operations Iraq. After the Marines transitioned authority to the Polish led Multinational Force in Baghdad, he demobilized in October 2003. In January 2004, he reported to U.S. Joint Forces Command where he served as an observer/instructor at the J-7 Joint Warfighting Center Suffolk Virginia. Here he led an observation team for the USJFCOM Capstone and Pinnacle Joint Flag Officers Warfighting Courses and led a humanitarian and disaster relief training team to Warsaw Poland instructing Polish General Staff officers, Ministry of Defense and Interior Ministry officials. He served as the exercise USMC MEB commander in Germany during Exercise Sharp Focus and later hosted a two-week visit to the United States for leaders of Partnership For Peace (PFP) nations and Mediterranean Cooperative State countries. In October 2007 he completed the Marine Corps Marathon in three hours fifty-seven minutes and in January 2008 was promoted to Colonel. He then stood-up the NORTHCOM subject matter expert group at the Joint Warfighting Center. His unit provided humanitarian support and disaster relief training in support of U.S. Joint, Coalition, Governmental and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs). He later served as the lead planning and watch officer for a National Level Exercise (NLE-2) at the JWFC Suffolk. In July 2008 Colonel Revell was assigned to the headquarters U.S. Marine Forces Command (MARFORCOM) Norfolk Virginia as Assistant Chief of Staff for Intelligence (AC/S G-2). Here, his section and the IMA detachment supported USMC planning and execution of a EUCOM multi-national and multi-tiered NEO exercise as the MEB G-2 while part of an Expeditionary Strike Group within a Joint Task Force during exercise Austere Challenge. His formal schools include the Basic Communications Officer Course Quantico Virginia; the Cryptologic Division Officer’s School Washington DC; the NATO School for Electronic Warfare Oberammergau Germany; the Navy/Marine Corps Intelligence Training Center Damneck Virginia; the Marine Corps Amphibious Warfare School Quantico Virginia; the USMC Command and Staff College Quantico Virginia; the U.S. Naval War College Newport Rhode Island; the National Defense University Washington DC, and the Maritime Warfare Training Center Portsmouth England. Colonel Revell completed the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program earning his third (Green) belt in November 2010 and graduated from the Advanced Joint Professional Military Education (AJPME) program U.S. Joint Forces Staff College Norfolk Virginia in June 2011. Colonel Revell assumed Colonel’s command in September 2011 as Commanding Officer, Intelligence Support Battalion, USMCR and upon completion of a successful command tour, accepted an invitation to serve on the Joint Staff Pentagon (October 2013) as Deputy Director for Intelligence, National Military Command Center. He retired from active duty Joint Staff as Vice Deputy Director for Battlespace Awareness J2 Directorate for Intelligence on 1 January 2018. His awards include the Defense Superior Service Medal (2017); Legion of Merit (2014), Defense Meritorious Service Medal; Meritorious Service Medal; Navy Commendation Medal; Joint Service Achievement Medal; Navy Achievement Medal, the GWOT Expeditionary Service Medal and the GWOT Service Medal. Colonel Revell is an Electronics Engineer and volunteers with the Boy Scouts of America, American Heart Association and a graduate of the Leadership Greenville volunteer Class #31. He conceived, organized and executed his vision for an all-volunteer wounded warrior recognition event to publically recognize wounded military personnel for their service and sacrifice for our great nation – an annual event that he chairs now in the 7th year of service to our wounded warriors. He and his wife Beth Anne are married for 26 years and have two sons.

John Riordan  As the President of IMT LLC, a Mission Essential Company, Mr. Riordan manages a diverse team of world-class engineering and technology professionals providing Information Management Solutions for complex, mission-critical needs. Since 2006, IMT has evolved into a leading provider of Information Management system engineering, software development, information assurance, system sustainment and is the primary provider of technical support for the Integrated Broadcast Service (IBS) enterprise. IBS is the worldwide Department of Defense (DOD) standard network for transmitting tactical/strategic intelligence and targeting data to all levels of Joint Service operational users. Mr. Riordan is leading expansion and growth into multiple business segments, including Large System Integration, Software Engineering, information Dissemination, SATCOM Engineering and Enterprise testing, as well as Logistics and Sustainment. Mr. Riordan is committed to preserving and ensuring IMT’s reputation as an innovator and pioneer in complex information management solutions. Prior to his role at IMT, LLC, Mr. Riordan served as the Director of Air Force Business Development for Noblis, a leading provider of science, technology and strategy services in Reston, Virginia. He provided a strategy flight plan for the growth and expansion of the Air Force portfolio within the National Security and Intelligence Sector. He also assisted with marketing and branding of Noblis capabilities within the Air Force community here in the National Capital region.  

Mr. Riordan previously served as the Vice President for Strategy and Air Force Business Development within the National Security Customer Group at Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), managing a team of seven senior Business Development and Capture professionals, supporting all Air Force accounts within SAIC. He provided support to the organization’s Senior VP for Air Force Programs and the Senior VP for Business Development, and provided leadership as the Air Force and Joint Cyber Operations advisor to the Cyber Enterprise Management Initiative within SAIC Corporate.  He also held the position of Senior Cyber Analyst for Scitor Corporation, supporting the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics/Command, Control, And Communications (C3) Cyber, and Business Systems (C3CB). His role supported all decisions regarding Cyber Operations Acquisition, Technology Innovation and Logistics support for the OUSD/AT&L. Before his position at Scitor/SAIC, Mr. Riordan worked for Honeywell International as the Director for Strategic Program Management, Honeywell Automation and Control Solutions. He was responsible for management and oversight for accounts related to military and governmental agency sales for both Honeywell International and the Automation and Control Solutions Strategic Business Unit.

Earlier in his career, Mr. Riordan served twenty-three years in the United States Air Force, where he retired as a Colonel in March 2011 as the Chief of Staff for the Space & Global Integrated Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance (ISR) Division, the Directorate of Programs, and the Deputy Chief of Staff, Strategic Plans and Programs, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, Washington, D.C. Prior to this duty, he served as the Director for Space Operations and the Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations, Plans and Requirements. As the Director, he developed, advocated and implemented operational space policy/guidance for the headquarters office. The directorate provided senior Air Force leaders and Air Force major commands vision, expertise, and staff support to fully integrate and synchronize space across the spectrum of conflict. He completed a 13-month forward deployment to Southwest Asia as the Joint Director of Space Forces in the Combined Air and Space Operations Center, United States Central Command Air Forces. Prior to his deployment, Colonel Riordan was Commander of the 595th Space Group, Space Innovation and Development Center, Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, and he commanded the 741st Missile Squadron, 91st Space Wing, Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota. Additionally, he served as Deputy Executive Assistant to both General Richard Myers, USAF and General Peter Pace, USMC, as well as held the roles of Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Joint Staff’s Assistant Chief of the Joint Requirements Oversight Council Secretariat, and the Executive Assistant to the Director for Force Structure, Resources and Assessment, J-8.

Mr. Riordan was commissioned a Second Lieutenant through the Reserve Officer Training Program at Montclair State University and the New Jersey Institute of Technology, where he was a Distinguished Graduate. He also received his MBA from Regis University in Denver, Colorado, as well as a Master’s in National Security Strategy from National Defense University, National War College at Fort McNair, Washington D.C.  He is a volunteer with the Executive Transition Assistance Program at the Family Services Support Center, Headquarters, United States Air Force at the Pentagon, and continues to serve as an ex-oficio Director and advisor to the current President of the National Space Club and Foundation.  Mr. Riordan resides in Northern Virginia with his family.

Jeff Snyder is the Founder of CyberStratos LLC, a firm that focuses on Cyber strategy consulting, opportunity pipeline and business development, and Cyber mergers and acquisitions.


During the past 20 years, Snyder has held increasingly responsible positions involving strategic planning, business development, operations and M&A activities with a variety of high-technology firms. Prior to founding CyberStratos, Snyder was vice president of Cyber programs at Raytheon Company (NYSE: RTN). During his 8 years at Raytheon, Snyder was instrumental in leading the firm’s Cyber growth strategy and close to a $4B investment in building a portfolio of Cyber capabilities, technologies and products.

Prior to Raytheon, he was vice president of Cyber Programs for CUBIC Corporation. There he formed Cubic Cyber Solutions, Inc., and led an initial cyber acquisition to launch the new subsidiary.

Previously Snyder was Business Development vice president at SAIC Corporation. He oversaw marketing, business development and execution efforts for the firm’s large and diverse Information Assurance and Cyber Security business with 40 operating locations.

Snyder is active on the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Cyber Committee, the CANSO ATM Security Working Group, the Air Traffic Control Association (ATCA) Cyber Committee, the White Hat Gala Charity Planning Committee (which he chairs), and the National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee Industrial Internet Subcommittee. He is also a member of the AFCEA Board of Directors, the AFCEA Mentoring Continuum, the Association of Old Crows Capitol Club Board, and Washington Children’s Hospital Industry Advisory Board. Snyder is also Chairman Emeritus of the WashingtonExec Cyber organization.

From a University perspective, Snyder is active with the Dean’s Advisory Board at the University of Central Florida College of Engineering and Computer Science, and the President’s Advisory Board at CalPoly. He is a Senior Fellow at the George Washington University Center for Cyber.  Snyder received his bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the University of Pennsylvania. He subsequently completed the Navy’s graduate-level nuclear engineering program and served with the U.S. Navy as a nuclear submarine officer Snyder earned an MBA from the University of Central Florida with a focus on strategic planning and growth strategies for technology firms. He is a frequent speaker and panelist at global conferences and industry events focused on Cyber and Critical Infrastructure Protection.

Major Barry “Buddy” Tucker is the All-Domain Overhead Cooperative Operations (AOCO) Portfolio Manager for the J28 Deputy Directorate for Battlespace Awareness, Directorate for Intelligence, Joint Chiefs of Staff, J2, Washington, DC. He is responsible for the annual requirements process that drives planning, development, and implementation of geolocation capabilities for multi-intelligence and electronic warfare sensors as directed by the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS).
Major Tucker received his commission from the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps, University of Arizona, Detachment 020, Tucson, Arizona in 2005, and earned his Combat Systems Officer (CSO) wings in 2006.
He has flown on the modified T-1A Jayhawk as an Instructor CSO, and on EC-130H COMPASS CALL aircraft as a Mission Crew Commander, instructor, and evaluator. Major Tucker’s previous duties include squadron Deployment and Combat Support Officer, Group Advanced Programs Manager, Squadron Chief of Standards and Evaluations, Squadron Executive Officer, Special Courses and Training (SPECTRA) Flight Commander, and Chief of Group Programs. Additionally, he served as a Collection Management Branch Chief for the J26 Deputy Directorate for Collection Management.
During multiple combat deployments in support of Operations IRAQI FREEDOM, UNIFIED PROTECTOR, and ENDURING FREEDOM, Major Tucker accumulated 793 combat hours across 112 sorties, serving as a combat crewmember, Mission Planning Cell Chief, liaison officer, and Assistant Director of Operations.  

Major Tucker is a Senior Combat Systems Officer with more than 1,395 hours on the EC-130H and modified T-1A aircraft.

2005 Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
2010 Master of Project Management, Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, NC
2012 Squadron Officer School, Air University, Maxwell Air Force Base, AL
2012 Master of Science in International Relations, Troy University, Troy, AL
2015 Air Command and Staff College (Non-Residence), Air University, Maxwell Air Force Base, AL

1. June 2005 – July 2006, Student, Undergraduate Combat Systems Officer Training, 562d Flying Training Squadron and 563d Flying Training Squadron, Randolph Air Force Base, TX
2. July 2006 – August 2007, Student Weapons Systems Officer, EC-130H COMPASS CALL, 42d Electronic Combat Squadron, Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, AZ
3. August 2007 – August 2013, various duties culminating in Chief of Standards and Evaluations, EC-130H COMPASS CALL, 43d Electronic Combat Squadron, Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, AZ
4. August 2013 – January 2014, Student Instructor Combat Systems Officer, modified T-1A, 451st Flying Training Squadron, Naval Air Station Pensacola, FL
5. January 2014 – January 2015, Squadron Executive Officer, T-1A Instructor Combat Systems Officer, 479th Operations Support Squadron, Naval Air Station Pensacola, FL
6. February 2015 – September 2015, Special Courses and Training Flight Commander, T-1A Instructor Combat Systems Officer, 479th Operations Support Squadron, Naval Air Station Pensacola, FL
7. October 2015 – January 2017, Chief of Group Programs, T-1A Instructor Combat Systems Officer, 479th Flying Training Group, Naval Air Station Pensacola, FL
8. January 2017 – September 2017, Deputy Branch Chief, J2621 Community Management Branch, Directorate for Intelligence, J2, Joint Chiefs of Staff, Washington, DC
9. September 2017 – April 2018, Branch Chief, J2621 Community Management Branch, Directorate for Intelligence, J2, Joint Chiefs of Staff, Washington, DC
10. April 2018 – Present, Joint Staff Action Officer, J281 Future Capabilities Division, Directorate for Intelligence, J2, Joint Chiefs of Staff, Washington, DC

Rating: Senior Combat Systems Officer
Flight hours: More than 1,300
Aircraft: T-41, EC-130H, modified T-1A
Meritorious Service Medal
Air Medal (4 OLC)
Aerial Achievement Medal
Air Force Commendation Medal
Air Force Achievement Medal
Combat Readiness Medal (1 OLC)
National Defense Service Medal
Afghanistan Campaign Medal
Iraq Campaign Medal
Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal
Global War on Terrorism Medal
Air and Space Campaign Medal
2015 Electronic Warfare Instructor of the Year, 479th Flying Training Group
2016 Small Chapter of the Year with Distinction (as President), Gulf Coast Crow’s Nest Chapter, Association of Old Crows

Second Lieutenant, June 1, 2005
First Lieutenant, June 1, 2007
Captain, June 1, 2009
Major, November 1, 2015

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