LTC Debbie Case
LTC Debbie Case, an “Army Brat” and daughter of a Military Police Non-Commissioned Officer, attended high school in New York, where she also earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Art, Philosophy, and Literature at the United States Military Academy.
Upon commissioning in 2000 and attendance at the Adjutant General Officer Basic Course at Fort Jackson, LTC Case served as the Officer in Charge (OIC) of the Military Processing Operations (MILPO) Section in 516th Personnel Services Battalion (PSB), 8th Personnel Command (PERSCOM), where she also commanded the Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment. She finished her initial tour in Korea as the Adjutant and Brigade S1 at 8th PERSCOM.
Following her return stateside, LTC Case served as Operations Officer for the Adjutant General School at Fort Jackson. Upon her promotion to the rank of captain, LTC Case was reassigned within the Soldier Support Institute as the Secretary of the General Staff. In 2006, LTC Case was nominated to serve as Adjutant and Scheduler for the Commanding General, Multi-National Force-Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Subsequently, LTC Case attended the Adjutant General Captains Career Course at Fort Jackson and proceeded to Tufts University to pursue a degree under the Advanced Civil Schooling (ACS) program. Upon earning her Master of Arts degree in Philosophy at Tufts University, LTC Case returned to her alma mater to teach philosophy and english at the United States Military Academy. After graduation from the Command and General Staff College in 2013, LTC Case returned to Korea to serve in the 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division. She served as the brigade S1 until the brigade’s inactivation in 2015.
In her most recent assignment, LTC Case served as Personnel Management Officer at the Joint Base Lewis-McChord Physicial Evaluation Board. In her capacity as a presiding officer for formal boards, LTC Case served as a representative of the United States Army Physical Disability Agency, The Adjutant General Directorate, and the Human Resources Command in the effort to improve personnel readiness.
Command Sergeant Major
CSM Shealy first entered the military in the Minnesota Army National Guard on December 24, 1994, in Bemidji, MN. He attended Basic and Advanced Training at Fort Benning, GA in August 1995 as an Infantryman. He served in the National Guard for four years. CSM Shealy served as a rifleman, machine gunner, and a team leader, as well as competing with the Minnesota National Guard Biathlon Ski Team for two years and the All Guard National Junior Team for one year. In May 1999, CSM Shealy entered the Army, active duty, as a SPC and was stationed at Fort Hood, TX.
While on active duty, CSM Shealy has served as a Rifleman, Team Leader, Bradley Gunner, Recruiter, Squad Leader, Weapons Squad Leader, Platoon Sergeant, Trainer Mentor, Rear Detachment Commander and First Sergeant, First Sergeant and Forward Detachment Brigade Operations Sergeant Major. He has served with 2nd Battalion 136th Infantry Mechanized at Bemidji, MN; 1st Battalion 22nd Infantry Mechanized, Fort Hood, TX; United States Army Recruiting Battalion Milwaukee, Wausau Recruiting Station, WI; 2nd Battalion 12th Infantry, Fort Carson, CO; 1st Battalion 306th Infantry, Fort Stewart, GA; 1st Battalion 87th Infantry, and Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade Combat Team, Fort Drum, NY. He has deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan for combat and advisory operations.
CSM Shealy’s military education includes FBCB2 Leader Opponent Certification Course, Combat Life Saver Course, Basic Leader Course, Army Recruiter Course, Advanced Leader Course, Equal Opportunity Leaders Course, Pathfinder Course, Senior Leader Course, Army Retention Course, Sniper Employment Leader Course, Observer Controller Academy, Ranger Course, Airborne Course, First Sergeant Course, Master Resilience Trainer Course, Battle Staff Course and the United States Army Sergeants Major Academy. His civilian education includes a high school diploma from Bemidji High School and an Associates of Arts Degree from Bemidji State University.
CSM Shealy’s awards and decorations include the Bronze Star Medal (3nd Award), the Purple Heart Medal, the Meritorious Service Medal (2nd Award), the Army Commendation Medal (2nd Award), the Army Achievement Medal (7th Award), the Valorous Unit Award, the Meritorious Unit Award (2nd Award), the Army Superior Unit Award, the Army Good Conduct Medal (6th Award), the National Defense Service Medal (2nd Award), the Afghanistan Campaign Medal, the Iraqi Campaign Medal (2nd Award), Inherent Resolve Campaign Medal, the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, the Humanitarian Service Medal, the Non-commissioned Officers Professional Development Ribbon (numeral 5), the Army Service Medal, the Overseas Service Medal (2nd Award), the NATO Medal, the Gold Recruiter’s Badge with three Sapphires, the Combat Infantryman’s Badge, the Pathfinder’s Badge, Driver’s Badge, Parachutist Badge, the Ranger Tab, the Expert Infantryman Badge, and the Order of the Saint Maurice.