LTC Dan Greer
Lieutenant Colonel Dan Greer received his commission as an Infantry officer from North Georgia College in 1996. Following the Infantry Officers Basic Course he was assigned to Fort Lewis where he served as a light Infantry Platoon Leader, a company Executive Officer, and a Brigade AS-4 with the 1st Brigade, 25th Infantry Division. In 2000 he attended the Special Forces selection course and was selected to enter Special Forces training. Upon graduation from the Special Forces Qualification he was assigned to the 7Th Special Forces Group (Airborne) from 2002 to 2010 where he served as Commander for two Special Forces Detachments, Battalion Assistant Operations Officer, the Headquarters and Headquarters Company Commander, Group Assistant Operations Officer, Battalion S3 and a Special Forces Company Commander. In 2010 Lieutenant Colonel Greer was assigned to the United States Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School as the assistant G-3 and the Special Forces Proponent Division chief.
Lieutenant Colonel Greer is a graduate of both the basic and advanced Infantry Officer’s Course; the Command and Staff Service School the Schools of Other Nations prerequisite course and the Spanish Armed Forces command and staff college. He is a graduate of Airborne School, Jungle Warfare School, Ranger School, the Special Forces Qualification Course, SERE-C (Survival Course), and the Combat Diver Qualification Course. He holds a BA from North Georgia College and a MA from the National Defense University.
Command Sergeant Major
CSM Billy T. Cheatum
CSM Cheatum is a native of Tampa, Florida. He entered the Army in October 1984 and completed Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training (AIT) at Fort Jackson South Carolina as an Administrative Specialist, Military Occupational Specialist (MOS) 71L. In October 1987, after completing three years of active military service, he left active duty and joined the Individual Ready Reserve. In October 1989, he re-entered the Army and completed MOS 91A, Medical Specialist Course at Fort Sam Houston. In January 1991, he completed training for Practical Nurse and was awarded MOS 91C, now known as Additional Skill Identifier (ASI) M6. In May 2000, he converted back to Medical Specialist, 91W. He has held a variety of leadership positions from squad leader to First Sergeant.
His assignments include HHD, 67th Maintenance Battalion, Fort Benning, GA; HQ, 1/503rd Infantry Regiment, Federal Republic of Korea; Brooke Army Medical Center, Fort Sam Houston, TX; Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, Landstuhl, Germany; E Company, 232nd Medical Battalion, Fort Sam Houston, TX; HHC, 3/69 Armor Battalion, 1st BCT, Fort Stewart, GA; Charlie Med, 3rd Forward Support Battalion, 1st BCT, Fort Stewart, GA. SGM Cheatum completed two combat tours; one as Platoon Sergeant, TF 3/69 Armor Battalion, 1st BCT, OIF I, Bagdad, Iraq and the other as 1SG, C Company, 3rd Forward Support Battalion, 1st BCT, OIF III, Balad, Iraq. He also held positions as NCOIC, Enlisted Personnel Proponent Division, AMEDD Personnel Proponent Directorate, Chief Medical NCO, 68Z6O, United States Army Aerormedical Center/Lyster Army Health Clinic Chief Medical NCO/Senior Enlisted Advisor, Surgeon Directorate, USARCENT, and currently serving as the CSM, Raleigh Recruiting Battalion.
His military education includes WLC, ALC, SLC, USASMC, Instructor Training Course, Force Protection Course, NBC Defense Course, Personnel Proponent Action Officers Course, Action Officer Force Integration Course, Army Logistics Management College ORSA Familiarization Course, and Combat Developments Course. He has a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration from Wayland Baptist University and is enrolled in the MBA Program at The University of Incarnate Word.