Bowling Green State University
Every year cadets assemble and train to compete in a regional competition against other colleges and universities at Fort Knox, Kentucky. In October 2006, the BGSU Ranger Challenge Team placed 4th overall out of 30 teams.

Ranger Challenge Competition – One Rope Bridge Event

Every year cadets assemble and train to compete in a regional competition against other colleges and universities at Fort Knox, Kentucky. In October 2006, the BGSU Ranger Challenge Team placed 4th overall out of 30 teams.

MG (RET) Fulwyler

Class of 1952

Bachelor of Science Degree in Political Science. He later completed a Masters Degree in International Relations from the American University in Washington, D.C. His military education includes the Field Artillery Officer Basic Course, the Field Artillery Surface to Surface Guided Missile Course, the Field Artillery Advanced Course, the Infantry Advanced Course, the Army Command and General Staff College, and the Army War College. 

General Fulwyler had a long and distinguished military career. Prior to becoming a General Officer, he was the Army Member of the 16th Senior Seminar in Foreign Policy at the Foreign Service Institute, Department of State, Washington, D.C. He served as a member of a Special Review Board in the Army’s Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel. 

He commanded the 9th Missile Group and the Third Corps Artillery at Ft. Sill. He was serving as the Deputy Assistant Commandant of the Field Artillery School when he was selected as a Brigadier General in 1977. 

As a General Officer, General Fulwyler served as the Chief of Nuclear Activities at Supreme Headquarters, Allied Powers Europe; as Director of Nuclear and Chemical Operations and Plans, Department of the Army; and as Commanding General, United States Army Nuclear and Chemical Agency. General Fulwyler finished his 34 year Army career in 1986 as the Commanding General of White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico, the Army’s largest test range in the United States.

General Fulwyler’s awards and honors include: The Defense Distinguished Service Medal, the Army Distinguished Service Medal, the Defense Superior Service Medal, the Legion of Merit (with 2 oak leaf clusters), the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Bronze Star (with 2 oak leaf clusters), the Air Medal (with 13 oak leaf clusters), the Joint Service Commendation Medal, the Army Commendation Medal and the Purple Heart.

General Fulwyler’s affiliation with Bowling Green State University includes being a member of the first ROTC class at BGSU, member of Pi Kappa Alpha National Fraternity, Chief Justice of the Student Court for BGSU, selected as the University’s Distinguished Alumnus for 1984, served as a Member of the Alumni Board 1984-88, and the first inductee to the Bowling Green State University’s Army ROTC Hall of Fame.

MG (RET) Sweet

Class of 1953

GEN (RET) Arwood

Class of 1959

Major General Arwood was born in Toledo, Ohio on October 7, 1934. He was commissioned a second lieutenant in April 1959 through the Army ROTC program at Bowling Green State University where he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting and Auditing. He also holds a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Richmond. He attended Senior Leadership courses at the University of Maryland and attended courses at Harvard JFK School for Senior Level International Studies. His military education includes the Infantry Officer Basic Course, the Quartermaster Officer Basic and Advanced Courses, the Army Command and General Staff College, The Air War College and the Senior War Fighting Course.

As a company and field grade officer he was assigned to various stateside infantry and quartermaster units, including staff assignments to the United States Military Academy, West Point, NY; 5th Army Headquarters, Ft. Sheridan, IL; and command of an Infantry Company, 2d Infantry Division, Ft. Benning, GA. His oversees assignments during this period included commanding a Quartermaster Company and serving as the Operations Officer (S-3) in a POL Battalion in Vietnam. He also served as an Area Logistics Advisor to the Saudi Arabian Armed Forces, Saudi Arabia. After duty in the Middle East, he reported to Ft. Campbell, KY where he held successive assignments as Deputy Commander, Eagle Support Brigade; Commander, 561st Maintenance and Service Battalion; and Assistant Chief of Staff for Logistics (G4), 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault). He was next assigned to the Military District of Washington where he served on the Army Staff in the Office of Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics. 

His senior level assignments included Commander, Division Support Command, 8th Infantry Division; Assistant Chief of Staff for Logistics (G4), V Corps, US Army Europe; and Commander, Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service, Defense Logistics Agency; Commander, 3d Corps Support Command and the Wiesbaden Military Community, US Army Europe. He was also assigned to the US Army Materiel Command where he served as the Deputy Chief of Staff for US Army Readiness and as the command’s first Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics, responsible for all Army Depots operations. He orchestrated the logistics for Operation Desert Shield/Storm in Kuwait, and the relief operation in Somalia. MG Arwood concluded his military career as the Commander for the Forces to operate the humanitarian recovery after Hurricane Andrew in Florida. 

Significant among his many awards and decorations are the Defense Distinguished Service Medal, the Defense Superior Service Medal, the Legion of Merit, the Bronze Star Medal, the Meritorious Service Medal (with Oak leaf Cluster), the Joint Service Commendation Medal, the Army Commendation Medal (with Oak Leaf Cluster), the Humanitarian Medal, and the Honor Cross in Gold presented by the Federal Republic of Germany. He also holds the Parachute, Air Assault and Army Staff Badges. 

MG Arwood, upon retirement, joined Lockheed Martin in 1993. He held the position of Vice President for Defense Operations and Army Programs. He remained full time with Lockheed Martin Corporation until 1997 at which time he changed to a position as a consultant for the next three years. 

MG Arwood and his wife, also a BGSU 1958 graduate, retired in Hot Springs Village, AR in 1997. There MG Arwood once again became actively involved and influential in community and veteran organizations. The Arwoods have one son, daughter-in-law and granddaughter, living in Michigan.

GEN (RET) Abrams

Class of 1972

General Abrams was commissioned as a second lieutenant in February 1967 through the US Army Officer Candidate School. He later earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Business from Bowling Green State University in 1972 after two consecutive tours in Vietnam. He also holds a Masters of Science Degree in Public Administration from Shippensburg State College. His military education includes the Armor Officer Advanced Course, the Army Command and General Staff College, and the Army War College.  

After completing Officer Candidate School, General Abrams’ first assignment was as a Platoon Leader, 2d Armored Division, Ft. Hood, TX. His time at Ft. Hood was short and he spent the next two years in Vietnam. While in Vietnam, he served with the 4th Infantry Division as a Platoon Leader, Liaison Officer, Company Executive Officer, and Company Commander. Upon return from Vietnam, General Abrams completed his bachelor’s degree at BGSU and then become an instructor at the United States Military Academy, West Point, NY.

As a field grade officer, he was assigned to various stateside and overseas assignments including as a Battalion Operations Officer and later as a Brigade Executive Officer in the 3d Armored Division, US Army Europe Germany; Staff Officer, War Plans Division, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations and Plans, US Army, Washington D.C.; Aide/Assistant Executive to the Chief of Staff, US Army, Washington D.C.; Commander, 1st Squadron, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment, US Army Europe, Germany; Chief of Staff, 3d Armored Division, US Army Europe, Germany; Commander, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment, V Corps, US Army Europe and Seventh Army, Germany; and Deputy Director for Operations, Readiness and Mobilization, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations and Plans, US Army, Washington D.C. 

His general officer assignments included Assistant Division Commander (Support) and later Assistant Division Commander (Maneuver), 1st Cavalry Division, Ft. Hood, TX; Commander, Joint Task Force Kuwait, Kuwait; Commanding General, 2d Infantry Division, Eighth US Army, Korea; Commanding General, V Corps, US Army Europe and Seventh Army, Germany; and Deputy Commanding General, US Army Training and Doctrine Command, Ft. Monroe, VA. General Abrams concluded his military career as the Commanding General, US Army, Training and Doctrine Command, Ft. Monroe, VA. He retired January 1, 2003 after 36 years of military service. 

General Abrams’ long military service is further demonstrated by his many awards and decorations among which are the Distinguished Service Medal (with Oak Leaf Cluster), the Silver Star (with Oak Leaf Cluster), the Legion of Merit (with 2 Oak Leaf Clusters), The Bronze Star Medal with Valor, The Bronze Star Medal (with 2 Oak Leaf Clusters), the Purple Heart, the Meritorious Service Medal (with 3 Oak Leaf Clusters), the Air Medal, the Army Commendation Medal (with Oak Leaf Cluster), the Army Achievement Medal (with Oak Leaf Cluster), and the Army Staff Identification Badge.

Mr. Householder

Class of 1955

Mr. Housholder is a 1955 graduate of Bowling Green State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Music Education. He was commissioned in 1955 through the BGSU Army ROTC Program as a Second Lieutenant in the US Army in the Field Artillery Branch. 

After completing the Officer Basic Course, Lieutenant Housholder was assigned as an Instructor to the Tactics and Combined Arms Department, Guided Missile School, Ft. Sill, OK. However, he was most proud of being assigned as the Conductor of the Post Chapel Choir, an assignment usually held by a Colonel. 

In 1957, after completing his military commitment, Mr. Housholder left the service to pursue a civilian career in music education. His civilian professional experience includes Director of Choirs and Drama, Sauquoit Valley School, Utica, NY; Director of Junior High School Choirs, Northport Public Schools, Northport, NY; Director Orchestra and Choirs, Huntington High School, Huntington, NY; Director of Choirs, New York University, NY; Director of Choir, Visiting Professor at Nassau College, NY, and Visiting Professor at Ithaca College, Ithaca, NY. His major civilian works include conducting nine collaborations with the Long Island Symphony, conducting six collaborations with the Nassau Symphony, and conducting thirteen other collaborations with various other symphonies. 

Mr. Housholder’s musical career has had numerous accomplishments. For him, his most memorable and proud moments are linked to his favorite choirs. He was named the Long Island Teacher of the Year in 1978. He has taken 13 trips around the world with his different choirs. In 1976, he took his Sports Choir from Huntington High School, Huntington, NY to Europe. This choir was made up of students from the soccer team, lacrosse team, and the glee club. They sang at different events and also played in various matches. This choir was later highlighted in the New York Times for its accomplishments. In 1986, his choir from Huntington High School was the featured choir to sing from President Bush in New Orleans at the National Education Association Conference. 

In 1995, Mr. Housholder and his wife returned to Bowling Green, Ohio to be near their family. Throughout his long and successful career, Mr. Housholder had always found time to help many community and service organizations, and this service to his community continued upon his return to Bowling Green. His dedicated service to this community includes but is not limited to Board Member for the Bridge Hospice (1996 – present); Board Member of the Wood County Humane Society1998 – 2000); Member of the Bowling Green School Foundation (1999 – present) and as the Vice-President in 2001; Member of the Bowling Green Parks and Recreation Board (1999 – present), Member of the Bowling Green Parks Foundation (2000 – present), Member and Fundraiser for the Falcon Club, Member of the Bowling Green Tree Commission (1999 – present); Fundraiser for the BGSU Alumni Association; volunteering as a cook for Martha’s Kitchen; and Board Member of Pro Musica BGSU (1998 – present); Elected Vice President to the College of Musical Arts (2006).

Mr. Housholder’s relationship with the Army ROTC program and the support of its cadets was also renewed in 1995. His support extends to fundraising for the famous Falcon Cannon, fundraising for the flagpoles outside Memorial Hall, serving as an active member of the Army ROTC Alumni Association, and providing positive community exposure for the Army ROTC Program. He also provides a monthly stipend to the cadet activities fund to assist cadet projects during the year. When asked why he liked being involved with the Army ROTC Program, he enjoyed most be around young people and the quality young people he met through the ROTC programs. 

Mr. Galleher

Class of 1977

COL Phillips

Class of 1980

Born in Cleveland, Ohio, COL Phillips graduated from Bowling Green State University in 1980. Upon graduating from Bowling Green State University, COL Phillips was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the Military Police Corps.

His degrees include: a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice, a Masters of Art in Administrative Justice from Webster University, and a Masters in Strategic Studies from the United States War College. His military schools include the Military Police Officer Basic and Advanced Courses, US Army Command and General Staff College and the US Army War College. 

COL Phillips has held a variety of command and staff assignments. His previous assignments include Platoon Leader, 2d Armored Calvary Regiment; Platoon Leader , 615th Military Police Company; Company Commander, HHD, 793rd Military Police Battalion, Nuremberg Germany; TAC Officer/Tactics Instructor Military Police Officer Basic Course; Fitness Training Company Commander, Military Police Training Brigade, Ft. McClellan, AL; Brigade Operations and Plans Officer, 16th Military Police Brigade (Airborne), Fort Bragg, NC; Executive Officer, 5th Military Police Brigade, Frankfort, Germany; Operations Officer and Executive Officer, 716th Military Police Battalion, Ft. Riley, KS; Military Police Field Grade Assignments Officer and Command Program Manager, PERSCOM, Alexandria, VA; Commander, 720th Military Police Battalion, Ft. Hood, TX; Director of Security, Office of Administrative Assistant to the Secretary of the Army, Pentagon, Washington D.C. 

COL Phillips’ awards include the Legion of Merit, Meritorious Service Medal (with four oak leaf clusters), Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal, Distinguished Volunteer Service Medal, Parachutist Badge, and the German Sports Proficiency Badge.

Mr. Walter

Class of 1971

Mr. Walters was born in New York City and chose to attend Bowling Green State University due to its excellent Army ROTC program. Mr. Walter’s graduation from BGSU held special meaning to his parents and family. He was the son of a German Holocaust survivor and the first in his family to graduate from college. 

While at BGSU, Mr. Walter became an active member of the Pershing Rifles and also participated in the then legendary Bowling Green Invitational Drill Meet. Upon graduation from BGSU, Mr. Walter received his commission in 1971 as a Second Lieutenant in the Medical Service Corps. After attending the Medical Service Corps Basic Course at Ft. Sam Houston, TX, he was assigned to Walter Reed Medical Center in Washington D.C. There he was placed in charge of the NCO Club and later the Officers’ Club. Mr. Walter’s most memorable responsibility while at Walter Reed was being placed in charge of “The Pink Closet”. “The Pink Closet” was a special hospital room decorated completely in pink and designated for Mrs. Mamie Eisenhower, President Eisenhower’s wife.

 

After three years of active duty, Mr. Walter left the Army as a First Lieutenant. Mr. Walter moved his family to New Jersey where he went into the family dental supply business. His specialty became selling supplies to the Department of Defense. In 1985, he returned to Ohio and joined his father-in-law’s manufacturing business. In 1989, Mr. Walter established his own mail order catalog company, Eagle America, which specializes in selling products to the woodworking professions. In 1996, he started Pricecutter.com an internet catalog company.

 

His wife is also a graduate of BGSU. He has two sons. Mr. Walter and his wife reside in Cardon, Ohio.

Captain (Navy) Chilson

BGSU MA 1971

Captain Chilson, USNR (Ret.) was born in Schenectady, New York in November of 1947. He grew up in Lyndhurst, Ohio (a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio) and graduated from Charles F. Brush High School in 1965. Captain Chilson attended Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio and graduated with a B.A. in June of 1969. He then attended Bowling Green State University, graduating with an M.A. in March of 1971.

Having enlisted in the U.S. Naval Reserve in December of 1970, Captain Chilson began active duty in March of 1971, completing Officer Candidate School in August of 1971 and being commissioned an Ensign.

Captain Chilson's active duty assignments included Naval Command Systems Support Activity in Washington, D.C.; Commandant, Fourteenth Naval District in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; and Fleet Operations Control Center, U.S. Pacific Fleet in Kunai, Hawaii.

Captain Chilson was released from active duty in August of 1974 and immediately joined the Naval Reserve Program (Naval Security Group in Washington D.C.). Captain Chilson was employed by The Boeing Company from 1974-1975 and then returned to Bowling Green State University to complete a Ph.D., which he received in June of 1978.

Since 1978, Captain Chilson has been a Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Bowling Green State University. 

From 1975 to 1992, Captain Chilson was a drilling reservist at Naval Air Facility Detroit, Selfridge Air National Guard Base in Mount Clemens, Michigan: from 1975 to 1988 as a member of Atlantic Intelligence Command 1673 (serving as an Intelligence Analyst, Team Leader, and Assistant Production/Operations Officer); from 1988 to 1990 as a member of Atlantic Intelligence Command 1773 (serving as Production/Operations Officer); and from 1990-1992 as a member of Atlantic Intelligence Command 1673 (serving as Executive Officer).
From 1992 to 1995, Captain Chilson was a drilling reservist at Naval Air Reserve Center, Rickenbacker Air National Guard Base, Columbus, Ohio; from 1992-1993 as Deputy Chief of Staff for Reserve Intelligence Area Commander 12; and from 1993-1995 as Commanding Officer of Atlantic Intelligence Command 1081. Finally, from 1995 to 1996, Captain Chilson was Deputy Chief of Staff for Reserve Intelligence Area Commander 11 at Naval Air Facility Detroit, Selfridge Air National Guard Base, Mount Clemens, Michigan.

Captain Chilson retired from the Naval Reserve on September 1, 1996, and retired on board the USS Constitution ("Old Ironsides") in Boston, Massachusetts.

Captain Chilson's military awards include the Navy Commendation Medal, the Joint Meritorious Unit Award, the Meritorious Unit Commendation, the National Defense Service Medal (with star), the Armed Forces Reserve Medal (with hourglass), the Rifle Medal (Marksman), and the Pistol Medal (Sharpshooter).

Mr. Ridenour

Class of 1970

Mr. Ridenour is a 1970 graduate of Bowling Green State University with a Bachelor of Science in Education in Physical Science. He was commissioned in 1970 as a Second Lieutenant in the US Army Signal Corps through the BGSU Army ROTC Program.

 

Mr. Ridenour served in Vietnam with the 1st Signal Brigade in 1971-1972. He was promoted to First Lieutenant soon after arrival in country and served as the Executive Officer for Radio Company, Long Binh. During his tour, he was awarded the Bronze Star for Meritorious Service.

In 2003, Mr. Ridenour along with a few other BGSU Army ROTC alumni formed the BGSU Army ROTC Alumni Society The society chose the ROTC Alumni Hall of Fame as a means to recognize the program’s outstanding alumni.

In service to his fellow veterans, Mr. Ridenour served as the President of the Ohio State Association of Veterans Service Commissioners in 2002-2003. The 440 member association is comprised of veterans’ service commissioners from all 88 Ohio counties who oversee the operation of their county’s veterans’ service office in the delivery of services and emergency assistance to veterans. He has been a member of the Wood County Veterans’ Service Commission since 1996. He is a member and Post Commander of the American Legion Post 45 (Bowling Green), and is a member and state council representative for the Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter 35 (Toledo). He served as member on the Ohio Advisory Board for the Governor’s Task Force for call-up of Reserves and National Guard and on the Ohio Veterans Employment and Education Council in 2002-2003.

Currently, Mr. Ridenour is a Certified Hazardous Materials Manager and is employed at Envirosafe Services of Ohio, in Oregon, OH. He and his wife, Jane have resided in Wood County since 1974 and have two adult children, Jennifer and Thomas.

 

One of Mr. Ridenour’s more positive memories of Vietnam is being able to attend the Bob Hope Christmas Show in 1971 in Long Binh, Vietnam. Years later, he would see scenes from that same Christmas show in the movie, “Forrest Gump”. During this scene, the camera pans the audience of soldiers during the singing of “Silent Night”; Mr. Ridenour’s wife, Jane, recognized him in this famous footage. He would later be able to see himself in that same memorable footage thanks to home video.

LTC (Ret) Laughlin

Professor of Military Science Inducted 2005

LTC (Ret) Laughlin grew up in the northern panhandle of West Virginia. He attended the United States Military Academy and received his commission in the Field Artillery Branch on May 23, 1984.

While attending West Point he played quarterback for the Black Knights and lettered two years, fulfilling his lifelong dream of playing Division 1 NCAA Football. He played four years of college football for the Black Knights, starting as quarterback during the fall of 1982 and 1983. After graduating from West Point and receiving his commission, LTC Laughlin was selected to be a Graduate Assistant Football Coach under Jim Young. He served in that capacity through the 1984 season during their win over Michigan State University in the Cherry Bowl. He was also able to participate in recruiting the 1985 freshmen class.

LTC Laughlin has served as a Battery Fire Direction Officer, a Battery Executive Officer, Battalion Intelligence Officer, Battalion Fire Direction Officer, Battery Commander, Assistant Professor of Military Science at the University of Pittsburgh, Chief of Operations (G3), 1st Cavalry Division, and a Battalion Executive Officer. He has attended Airborne School, the Field Artillery Officers’ Basic and Advanced Courses, and the Army Command and General Staff College. He holds a Bachelor of Science from the United States Military Academy and a Masters in Public Administration from the University of Missouri, Kansas City.

 

LTC Laughlin began his tour of duty at Bowling Green State University in July 2000. While serving as the Professor of Military Science and Leadership he commissioned 42 second lieutenants. He served also served on the university Leadership Advisory Committee for three years. LTC Laughlin has been selected twice as a member of Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers and has also been selected as a member of the Empire Who’s Who Among Empowering Executives and Professionals.

LTC Laughlin is married to the former Ms. Carroll and they have four children. The Laughlins retired to Matthews, NC where LTC Laughlin accepted a position as a Senior Army Instructor for the Butler High School JROTC program.

LTC Roberts

Class of 1982

LTC Roberts was born in Dayton, Ohio on June 15, 1960. He graduated from Bowling Green State University in 1982 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications. Upon graduation, LTC Roberts was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the Adjutant Generals Corps.

 

LTC Roberts spent his first 10 years of military service on active duty where he held a variety of command and staff assignments. His active duty assignments included Assistant Adjutant (S-1), 2nd Infantry Training Brigade, Ft. Benning, GA; Chief, Aptitude Testing, MEPS, Minneapolis, MN; Intelligence Plans Officer (G-2), 2d Infantry Division, Korea; Executive Officer, C Co., 732d Military Intelligence Brigade, Hawaii; HHC Commander, 732d Military Battalion, 703d Military Brigade; and Assistant Operations Officer (S-3), 703d Military Intelligence Brigade, Hawaii.

In 1992, LTC Roberts left active duty service, but would continue to service his country through the US Army Reserves and US Army National Guard. His first reserve assignment in January 1993 was as the HHC Commander, 2d Brigade (FE) 85th Division (EX).  LTC Roberts transferred to the US Army National Guard in October 1993. His assignments while in the National Guard include: Assistant Intelligence Officer (G-2), Operations, 34th Infantry Division, Minnesota ARNG; Assistant Intelligence Officer (G-2), Plans, 34th Infantry Division, Minnesota ARNG; Assistant Intelligence Officer (G-2), Operations, (DTAC), 34th Infantry Division, Minnesota ARNG; Brigade Intelligence Officer (S-2), 32d Infantry Brigade, Wisconsin ARNG; and Security Branch Chief, Wisconsin Joint Forces Headquarters.

 

LTC Roberts is currently serving on active duty with the Army National Guard as the Intelligence Officer (G-2) Mentor, 203rd ANA Corps, Regional Command East, Gardiz, Afghanistan. When he returns from Afghanistan, he will also be returning to his civilian occupation as the Program Planner for the Wisconsin’s Refugee Program, Bureau of Migrant, Refugee and Labor Service, Department of Workforce Development, State of Wisconsin.

 

LTC Roberts military schools and education include: Adjutant General Officer Basic Course, Military Intelligence Officer Advanced Course, Combined Arms Staff and Services School, Command and General Staff College, the Force Alignment Program, and the Antiterrorism Program Planning Course.

LTC Roberts community involvement involves serving as the voted President of the Northstar Chapter of the Military Intelligence Officer Professional Association. In his civilian capacity, he serves as a member of the Board of Directors, Wisconsin’s Employment and Training Association.

 

LTC Roberts military awards include the Meritorious Service Medal (with 3 oak leaf clusters), the Joint Service Commendation Medal, the Army Commendation Medal (with two oak leaf clusters), The Army Achievement Medal (with three oak leaf clusters), the Joint Meritorious Unit Award, the Southwest Asia Service Ribbon, the Korean Service Ribbon, the Reserve Component Commendation Medal (with two oak leaf clusters), the National Defense Service Medal, the Army Service Ribbon, the Overseas Service Ribbon (with two oak leaf clusters), the Wisconsin Meritorious Service Medal, the Reserve Component Overseas Service Ribbon (with two oak leaf clusters), and the Minnesota Army National Guard Service Ribbon. He is also a Knowlton Award recipient which honors professionalism in the Military Intelligence Branch.

Colonel Wolf

Command Sergeant Major (Retired) Montenegro

Senior Military Instructor, BGSU