LTC Kathleen Moffatt
Lieutenant Colonel Kathleen Moffatt grew up in Queens and Ossining, New York. She attended the United States Military Academy at West Point where she received a bachelor’s degree in Physical Sciences. Upon graduation in 2000, she was commissioned in to the United States Army Adjutant General Corps.
LTC Moffatt’s previous assignments include Battalion S1, 22nd Personnel Services Battalion, Postal Platoon Leader, 175th Postal Company, 22nd Personnel Services Battalion, and G1 Enlisted Strength Manager, I Corps, Fort Lewis, Washington; G1, Chief Personnel Actions Branch and Chief of Officer Management, 82nd Airborne Division, Fort Bragg, NC; Brigade S1 and Company Commander, HHC, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division, Fort Bragg, NC; Chief of Officer Retirements and Separations, U.S. Army Human Resources Command, Alexandria, VA; Brigade S1, 201st Battlefield Surveillance Brigade, and Chief, Human Resources Operations Center, I Corps, Joint Base Lewis McChord, WA; J1 Director, Joint Interagency Task Force – National Capital Region, United States Special Operations Command.
LTC Moffatt deployed in support of OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM to Karshi-Kanabad, Uzbekistan (2002-2003) as a Postal Platoon Leader, 175th Postal Company. She also deployed in support of OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM to Tallil, Iraq (2007- 2008) as the Headquarters and Headquarters Company Commander, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment (Airborne).
LTC Moffatt’s schools include the Adjutant General Corps Officer Basic Course, Adjutant General Corps Captain Career Course, the Combined Arms and Services Staff School, Airborne Course, Jumpmaster course, and the Naval Command and Staff College located in Newport, RI. She also holds a master’s degree in National Security and Strategic Studies.
Command Sergeant Major
CSM Anthony Garrison
Command Sergeant Major Anthony Garrison is a native of Dayton, Ohio. He entered the Army on 11 September, 1989 as a Unit Supply Specialist (92Y). He attended basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, MO, and Advanced Individual Training at Fort Lee, VA.
Command Sergeant Major Garrison has served in the following positions: Unit supply clerk, and Supply Sergeant, Platoon Sergeant and S4 NCOIC in the 82nd Airborne Division before being selected to be a recruiter in 2001. He’s served as a detailed recruiter for three years before reclassifying as a 79R (Recruiter). He then served as a Station Commander, Company Operations Trainer, Battalion Senior Master Trainer, Operations NCOIC, and First Sergeant.
Command Sergeant Major Garrison served at following locations: Fort Jackson, SC; Fort Stewart, GA (24th ID), Southwest Asia in support of Operations Desert Shield/Desert Storm; Camp Hovey, South Korea (1-5 IN BN) Fort Hood, TX (4 ID 3/66 AR BN), and Fort Bragg, NC (407th FSB, 82nd Airborne Div). In force sustainment he was a recruiter and Station Commander in Ohio, Company Operations Trainer, Station Commander and Operations NCOIC in Columbia Recruiting Battalion; First Sergeant in, Boise Recruiting Co.; Salt Lake City BN and Columbia Recruiting Company, Columbia BN, before being selected for Sergeants Major where he attended the United States Army Sergeants Major Academy Class 67 in Fort Bliss, TX. Upon graduation he was assigned to the Combined Arms Center at Fort Leavenworth where he was the Senior Lead Development NCO for Army University.
Command Sergeant Major Garrison’s military education includes: Airborne School, Air Assault School, Sling Load Inspector Course; Combat Lifesaver Course; Basic Leader Course; Advanced Leader Course; Senior Leader Course; Army Recruiter Course; Station Commander Course; Recruiter Trainer Course; Guidance Counselor Course; Master Resilience Course; Battle Staff; and is an alumnus of Class 67 of the United States Army Sergeants Major Academy. Command Sergeant Major Garrison has earned a Master’s Degree in Marketing and minored in Criminal Justice at Central Texas College.
Command Sergeant Major Garrison’s awards and decorations include: The Meritorious Service Medal w/ 2OLC’s; Army Commendation Medal w/7 OLC’s); Army Achievement Medal w/7 OLC’s; NCO Professional Development Ribbon w/#5; all recruiting awards up to and including the coveted Glenn E. Morrell award, the highest award for recruiting excellence.