McDaniel College, Mount Saint Marys University, Hood College

LTC Don Mozer

Professor of Military Science

LTC Don Mozer is a fourth generation military service member, US Army Officer, with twenty-two years of service to our great nation. He is a native of Statesville, North Carolina. He has an Associate Degree in Liberal Arts from Holy Cross College in South Bend, IN. He was in the Army Reserves serving as a supply specialist while attending the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, where he received his bachelors in Sociology and minor in Religious Studies and was commissioned through their ROTC program.

LTC Mozer is battled hardened serving as a platoon leader during Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003. He earned his combat infantry badge taking part in OIF I during the Battle of Al Samawah while serving in 1-41 Infantry Battalion, 3HBCT, 1AD. He also served as Aide-de-Camp while stationed at Fort Riley KS. In 1HBCT, 2ID he commanded a 200 man distribution company for 24 months, unaccompanied, in Camp Casey, South Korea ready to Fight Tonight with the ROK.

LTC Mozer was selected to teach military science at the United States Military Academy at West Point. As a Military Science Instructor at West Point, he taught tactics and troop leading procedures to junior and senior cadets. Other duties involved him mentoring and teaching other classes on leadership, land navigation, and operations orders. He attended night classes at City University of New York and received his master’s in Public Administration.

LTC Mozer served with 2ABCT, 3ID for 12 months in Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom and New Dawn in 2009-2010 as a transition team advisor in Mosul, Iraq. Assisting the Iraqi Army on developing military policies and training plans.

While attending the Command and General Staff College Intermediate level education at Fort Leavenworth LTC Mozer was selected to participate in a summer program with the University of Krakow. He spent two weeks in Poland with other military and civilian personnel studying current global genocide prevention strategy along with what happened at the extermination and work camps on outskirts of the city of Oswiecim and Krakow.

While stationed at Fort Carson, Colorado LTC Mozer served on the 4ID division staff as well as at the tactical level with 3ABCT, 4ID as a support operations officer and battalion XO where he deployed to Kandahar, Afghanistan.

LTC Mozer served at The Joint Readiness Training Center, Fort Polk, LA. He has served as the support operations senior observer/ trainer on the Lima team for fifteen months. He most recently served as the sustainment planner and SOC support operations officer in operations group for P/EMC overseeing future rotational planning, Sustainment brigade functions, and J1/J4/EAB replication.LTC Mozer is a CSL select and will take over Army Field Support Battalion Bliss in Fort Bliss TX next August 2018.Among other awards and decorations he holds are the Combat Infantryman’s Badge, Expert Infantryman’s Badge, Rigger Badge, Airborne Badge, and Ranger Tab.

MSG Nicholas Martinelli

Senior Military Science Instructor

Master Sergeant (MSG) Nicholas Martinelli is a native of Hartford, CT. He enlisted in the Army in November of 1999 and attended Basic Combat Training (BCT) at Fort Sill, OK. Upon completion of BCT MSG Martinelli completed his Advanced Individual Training (AIT) at Fort Bliss Texas where he earned the MOS of 14S. His first duty assignment was C Battery, 4-3 ADA, 1st INF Div, Fort Riley, KS where he served as an MANPADS Crewmember from 2000-2001. In 2001, MSG Martinelli was reassigned to HHB 1-43 ADA, Suwon Airbase, South Korea, where he served as a MANPADS Section Sergeant from 2001-2003, and he then was reassigned to A Battery, 2-6 ADA, Fort Bliss, TX where he served as a Team Leader. In 2005, MSG Martinelli was reassigned to A Battery 5-5 ADA, Camp Casey, South Korea where he served as an Avenger Section Sergeant. He moved with the Battalion from South Korea to Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM), WA in 2006.

While stationed at JBLM, MSG Martinelli was deployed to Iraq where his unit was assigned the Counter Rocket, Mortar, and Artillery (C-RAM) mission. He served as a Land-based Phalanx Weapon System (LPWS) Section Sergeant for the duration of his deployment to the CENTCOM Area of Responsibilities (AOR). Upon his redeployment MSG Martinelli was reassigned to the Noncommissioned Officers Academy, Fort Sill, OK, where he served as the Senior Small Group Instructor for the Advanced Leader Course from 2009-2011.

In 2011, MSG Martinelli was assigned to E Battery, 4-5 AMD, where he served as the Battery First Sergeant and a Platoon Sergeant from 2011-2013. In 2014 MSG Martinelli was reassigned to C Battery 5-5 ADA, JBLM, WA where he served as an LPWS Platoon Sergeant from 2013-2014. His unit was deployed to Camp Dalhke, Afghanistan where they performed a C-RAM mission. He returned back to JBLM in March of 2015 where he was reassigned as the unit First Sergeant for B Battery, 5-5 ADA. In October of 2016, six months after just returning from Afghanistan, MSG Martinelli and his unit were deployed to two locations in Iraq, where they performed C-RAM missions at each location. His unit was selected as the Knox Award winners which is given to the top ADA unit in the Army for their performance throughout 2015.

MSG Martinelli assumed his role as the Senior Military Instructor at McDaniel College (ROTC) in July 2016. He has a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Management and Human Resource Management. He earned a Masters in Business Administration from Columbia College in 2014 and is also a graduate of the Senior Leader Course, Advanced Leader Course, Small Group Instructor Training Course, Army Basic Instructor Course, and other various military education. He is married to the former Theresa Exner of Fort Worth, TX and they have a 12-year old son, Andrew and a 9-year old daughter, Alyssa. His hobbies include reading, watching sports, especially hockey and spending time with is family.

CPT David Ellington

APMS Mount St. Mary’s

CPT Ellington grew up in Sugar Land, TX and calls Dallas home. He enlisted in the Texas Army National Guard in 2006 and served as an enlisted Solider and SMP Cadet while attending Texas A&M University. CPT Ellington graduated from Texas A&M University in May 2010 with a Bachelor’s of Science in University Studies.

CPT Ellington’s first assignment was to the 2d Engineer Battalion in White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico. He served as a Maintenance Platoon Leader, Company Executive Officer in a Forward Support Company, and Battalion S4. CPT Ellington’s second assignment was with the 2nd Brigade Combat Team in FT Drum, NY. Prior to taking command, he worked in the 2nd Brigade staff in the Support Operations Section. CPT Ellington served as the Company Commander of the Forward Support Company, 2-87 Infantry Battalion. During his command his company conducted two rotations at the Joint Readiness Training Center and a deployment to Afghanistan in support of Operation Freedom’s Sentinel. CPT Ellington is currently serving as an Assistant Professor of Military Science at McDaniel College in Westminster, MD.

CPT Ellington’s military education includes the Basic Combat Training and Infantry Advanced Individual Training, Combatives Level 1, Transportation Basic Officer Leader Course, Combined Logistics Captains Career Course.

CPT Ellington’s awards include the Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Army Service Ribbon, and NATO Medal. CPT Ellington is married to his wife Jordan and they have no children.

CPT Aaron Bodine

APMS McDaniel College

CPT Aaron Bodine is from Phoenix, Arizona. He originally enlisted in the United States Marine Corps in 2000 and served four years as an Infantryman deploying to Okinawa, Japan, East Timor, Indonesia, and Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Upon completing his education, CPT Bodine attended Officer Candidate School at Fort Benning, Georgia in 2011 and commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the Corps of Engineers. CPT Bodine then proceeded to the 554th Engineer Battalion where he completed the Engineer Officer Basic Course and was assigned from there to the 29th Engineer Company, 1-36 Infantry Battalion, 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team located at Fort Bliss Texas. CPT Bodine Deployed to Afghanistan as a Route Clearance Platoon Leader in support of Operation Enduring Freedom 12-13 and was selected to serve as the Executive Officer of his company mid-deployment. Upon returning to Fort Bliss, CPT Bodine assisted in reflagging the 29th Engineer Company to Alpha Company, 16th Engineer Battalion where he continued to serve as an Executive Officer. He was then assigned back to the 554th Engineer Battalion at Fort Leonard Wood to complete the Engineer’s Captains Career Course. Upon Completion of ECCC, CPT Bodine was assigned as the Company Commander of Alpha Company, 3-39th Infantry Battalion, 165th Infantry Brigade, Fort Jackson, South Carolina. CPT Bodine is currently serving as an Assistant Professor of Military Science at McDaniel College in Westminster, MD.

CPT Bodine’s military and civilian education include The Basic Rifleman Course (Marine Corps), Helicopter Rope Suspension Techniques Master Course (Marine Corps), Officer Candidate School, Engineer Officer Basic Course, Route Reconnaissance and Clearance Course, Combat Lifesaver Course, and the Engineer Captains Career Course. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Agency Administration from Northern Arizona University and a Master’s of Science Degree in Geological Engineering from Missouri University of Science and Technology.

CPT Bodine’s awards and decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal, Bronze Star Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal with V device, Navy and Marine Corps Combat Action Ribbon, Navy and Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal with Bronze Star, Iraq Campaign Medal with 2 Bronze Stars, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal, Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Deployment Ribbon, Navy Sea Service Deployment Ribbon with Bronze Star, and Nato Medal.CPT Bodine is married to his wife Vanessa, and they have three children, Jackson (7), Scarlett (4), and Lincoln (1).

Robert J. Familetti

Recruiting Operations Officer


Rob Familetti retired as a Lieutenant Colonel from the Army after 21 years of Service as both an Armor and Logistics officer in 2011. His assignments included tours in Germany, Korea, Afghanistan, and various stateside posts.

He was a 4 year AROTC scholarship recipient and graduated from Lafayette College in Easton, PA in 1990 with a degree in Political Science. His military education includes: Command and General Staff College, Combat Developers Course, Support Operations Officer Course, Total Army Instructor Training Course, Combined Arms Service and Staff School, Battalion Motor Officer Course, Combined Llogistics Officer Advanced Course; Ordnance Officer Branch Qualification Course, Airborne School, and the Armor Officer Basic Course.

His Military Decorations include: The Bronze Star Medal, The Meritorious Service Medal 4 OLC, The Army Commendation Medal 2 OLC, The Army Achievement Medal 2 OLC, The Joint Meritorious Unit Award 1 OLC, National Defense Service Medal 2 awards, Afghanistan Campaign Medal w/ 1 Campaign Star, Global War on Terror Service Medal, Korean Defense Service Medal, Overseas Service Medal  3 awds, NATO Medal, and the Parachutists Badge.

He is married to the former Shannon Scully of Washington, DC and has two daughters ages 12 & 10, and a son age 8.

Mr. Lorell H. Angelety Jr


Lorell H. Angelety Jr., a native of Frederick, Maryland, enlisted in the U.S. Army in September 1984 as a Signal Corps soldier. He was assigned to units at Fort Hood, Texas and the 2nd Infantry Division, Korea from 1985-1988 and earned an Associates Degree in General Studies from Central Texas College in 1987. He graduated from Coppin State College in Baltimore, Maryland in May 1990, earning a Bachelors of Science in Criminal Justice and was branch detailed into the Air Defense Artillery (ADA) through the U.S. Army ROTC Green-to-Gold Program. He was assigned to leadership, liaison, and staff positions in the 2nd Infantry Division, Korea and the 24th Infantry Division, Fort Stewart, Georgia. In 1994 he transferred to the Military Police (MP) Corps and served as an Assistant S-3 (Trng) for the Law Enforcement Command (LEC) at Fort Stewart.

After completing the Military Police Officer’s Advanced Course (MPOAC) at Fort McClellan, Alabama, he was assigned as a Company Commander for the 249th Military Police Company/8th U.S. Army Confinement Facility, Camp Humphreys, Korea from August 1996 to January 1998. He had follow on assignments at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Maryland, Fort Bragg, North Carolina, and Fort McPherson, Georgia, and Fort Meade, Maryland. Mr. Angelety served two combat tours in Afghanistan and three in Iraq.

His final active duty assignment was as the Recruiting Operations Officer and Military Science Instructor for the Reserve Officers Training Corp (ROTC) Program at McDaniel College in Westminster, Maryland from 2007 to 2010. In August 2010, he officially retired from the U.S. Army as a Major after twenty two years of active service.

Mr. Angelety earned his Masters of Science in Criminal Justice Administration from Andrew Jackson University in Birmingham, Alabama in 2005. His awards and decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal (3 awards), Global War On Terrorism Expeditionary and Service Medals, Korea Defense Service Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal, Army Commendation Medal (6 awards), Army Achievement Medal ( 3 awards), Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Army Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal (w/ star), Overseas Service Ribbon (w/ 4 devise), Army Service Ribbon, Combat Action Badge, Parachutist Badge, German Armed Forces Badge for Military Proficiency (Bronze), Joint Meritorious Unit Award, and Meritorious Unit Citation.

Mr. Angelety is married to the former Simone Carlotta Jenkins of Frederick, Maryland. He has one daughter, Lauren Marie Angelety, who is a graduate of Coppin State University in Baltimore, Maryland

CPO(R) Michael McReal

Administrative Assistant, Mount St. Mary's University


Having served just short of 21 years in the Navy, Mr. McReal transferred to the fleet reserve in June of 1998. Navy tours of duty include Naval School of Diving and Salvage from March to July 1978; USS Hunley (AS-31) August 1978 to August 1981; Naval Inactive Ships Maintenance Facility Bremerton August 1981 to September 1982; Trident Refit Facility October 1982 to January 1985; Naval Diving and Salvage Training Center Panama City FL, January to May 1985; USS Edenton (ATS-1) from June 1985 to June 1987; Naval School of Deep Diving Systems, Charleston, SC from July to October 1987; USS Pigeon (ASR-21) from November 1987 to August 1990; Naval Medical Research Institute Bethesda, MD August 1990 to August 1993; Commander Submarine Development Group 1 NSDDS San Diego, CA August 1993 to November 1994; Naval Medical Research Institute Bethesda, MD December 1994 to June 1998. Post military service, Mr. McReal worked in the financial services industry. Subsequently, he attended Frederick Community College and finally received a Bachelor's of Science degree in Business with concentrated class work in finance from Mount St. Mary's University in 2006. Mr. McReal was hired in October 2006 by the Green Terror Battalion ROTC as the MSMU administrative representative. Additionally, he serves as the MSMU Assistant Men's golf coach.