Lincoln University of Missouri
Lincoln University Cadre ensure that cadets always remain on the right track.

Cadre Instruction

Lincoln University Cadre ensure that cadets always remain on the right track.

LTC Ray Ferguson

Professor of Military Science; MS IV Instructor

LTC Ray Ferguson is a native of Martinsville, Va and is a graduate of Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA. Prior to assuming the duties of PMS, he served as an instructor at the Command and General Staff College, Ft. Leavenworth KS. His previous duties include Brigade S3, 45th Sustainment Brigade, Afghanistan; Battalion Executive Officer 45th Special Troops Battalion, 45th Sustainment Brigade; and a variety of company commands at Ft. Hood, TX and Ft. Benning, GA. LTC Ferguson is commissioned through Officer Candidate School (OCS) and has a Quartermaster Basic Branch.

CPT Terence Staples

Assistant Professor of Military Science

CPT Staples is a native of Fayetteville, North Carolina. He enlisted the military in Feb 1993 as a Military Police Officer and attended basic training and AIT at Fort McClelland, Al. He served a variety of positions throughout his enlisted career to include CID Drug Suppression Team Investigator (Covert), TL, SL, PSG and Drill sergeant before obtaining his commission through OCS in 2004. CPT Staples deployments include Panama(x2), Bosnia, Afghanistan (x2), and Iraq. He holds a BA in Criminal Justice from Columbia College, Columbia, MO and Masters Degree in Business Organization and Security Management from Webster University, St Louis, MO. Prior to assuming duties as APMS, CPT Staples commanded the 110th Military Police Company, Fort Carson, CO.

MSG Michael Grubb

Senior Military Science Instructor

MSG Grubb is a native of Rushville, Ohio and is a graduate of Liberty Union. Prior to assuming the role of SMI, he served as Battalion S-3 OPS NCOIC for 2-1 ADA Korea South & Fort Hood TX. MSG Grubb has 20+ years of Air Defense Artillery experience serving multiple deployments which includes Gitmo, Cuba, Bosnia X2, Iraq, and Operation Strong Resolve in Norway.

Mrs. Linda Guerrant

Human Resources Technician

Coming to Lincoln University in 1974, Mrs. Guerrant has been a vital part ofthe LU Army ROTC Department for 30+ years.

Mr. Michael Spencer

Supply Technician

Mr. Spencer has either been in or worked for the US Army his entire adult life. Prior assignments have him been involved with ROTC for the last 18 years. He is a Gulf War Veteran and retired as a SFC with 22 years in the Infantry.

Ms. Kristin Guerrant

Coordinator of Special Programs and Projects

Ms. Guerrant received her A.A.S. and B.S. Degrees from Lincoln University.She has worked for the LU ROTC Department since 2001.