West Virginia University
Army ROTC trains Cadets to fine tune their skills which will enhance your military and civilian careers to be on target.

Army ROTC trains Cadets to fine tune their skills which will enhance your military and civilian careers to be on target.

LTC Steven M. Clark

Battalion Commander/Professor of Military Science

MSG John Feiler

Senior Military Instructor

Responsible for training and operations of the WVU Mountaineer Battalion, MSIII Chief Instructor.

Master Sergeant John M. Feiler hails from Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. He joined the Army as a senior at Burley High School in Burley, Idaho. After graduation he reported for One Station Unit Training at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri to become a Combat Engineer.

Master Sergeant Feiler has proudly served the U.S. Army for over 22 years in a variety of leadership and special duty assignments with eight different organizations across the globe. His assignments include the 317th Engr. Bn, Camp Eschborne (former W. Germany), the 11th Engr. Bn, Ft. Stewart, GA, the Burlington, VT Recruiting Company, the 299th Engr Bn., Ft. Hood, TX, the 44th Engr. Bn, Camp Howze, S. Korea, the 91st Division, Ft. Carson, CO and the 9th Engineer Bn, Schweinfurt, Germany and finally here at West Virginia University "Mountaineers"where he currently serves as the Senior Instructor of Military Science and primary instructor of Military Science and Leadership 301 and 302 classes.

Master Sergeant Feiler has served over 38 months in combat; first as a Sapper during Operations Desert Shield, Storm and Provide Comfort and most recently as a company First Sergeant in Operation Iraqi Freedom. MSG Feiler is a three-time selectee for the Engineer Brigade NCO of the year at various units, and represented the 24th Infantry Division as its NCO of the Year at the XVIII Airborne Corps NCO of the year competition in 1998. He was selected as the III Corps NCO of the Quarter, and is a member of the prestigious Audie Murphy Club.  Additionally MSG Feiler was awarded the Major General Aubrey S. "Red" Newman Award by United States Army Forces Command (FORSCOM) for his commitment to developing Soldiers and has been awarded the Bronze DeFluery Medal for his extensive service to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

Master Sergeant Feiler is a graduate of the Primary, Basic and Advanced Non-Commissioned Officer Courses and holds Special Skill Identifiers for graduating the Army Recruiters Course, Battle Staff NCO Course and the Instructor Trainer Course.

Master Sergeant Feiler’s awards and decorations include:
Bronze Service Star (1 OLC), Meritorious Service Medal (2 OLC),Army Commendation Medal (10 OLC),Army Achievement Medal (14 OLC),Army Good Conduct Medal (7th Award) National Defense Service Medal (2nd Award), Southwest Asia Service Medal (3rd Award) Iraq Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Korean Defense Service Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal, Noncommissioned Office Professional Development Ribbon (3rd Award), Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon (3rd Award), Kuwait Liberation Medal (Saudi Arabia), Kuwait Liberation Medal (Kuwait),

Combat Action Badge (1st Award), Drivers Badge (Wheel and Track), and the Army Recruiters Badge (Gold level)

John Dowling

Recruiting Operations Officer

Coordinator for recruiting and retention programs

MSG Kenneth Hayes

Chief Military Instructor

Mr. Jake Brown

SMSI

Mr. Evan Dale

SMSI

Mr. Joe Ward

SMSI

Ms. Andrea Brown

Human Resources Assistant

Specialist in all aspects of administrative issues, assisting and advising the Professor of Military Science in completing all Cadet actions

Mr. Rodney Moats

Supply Technician

Initiates, plans, and executes the ROTC supply program, serves as the accountable property officer

Ms. Amy Miller

Administrative Associate

Liaison between the University and Army ROTC

Ms. Charlotte Marbury

Administrative Secretary

Plans and coordinates all special events such as commissioning and award ceremonies. Also works closely with the potential Cadets in scheduling physicals and follow-up appointments

Ms. Cynthia Siegman

Human Resources Assistant

Assists with prospective Cadets to prepare for contracting and supports administrative issues for all Cadre.