Cadre and Staff
LTC Lawrence Rubal
Professor of Military Science
Lieutenant Colonel Lawrence Rubal graduated from the University of Scranton in 2005 with a BS in Criminal Justice as a Distinguished Military Graduate. Larry commissioned as a Field Artillery Officer and attended the Field Artillery Officer Basic Course at Ft. Sill, Oklahoma. LTC Rubal was assigned to the 82nd Airborne Division in Ft. Bragg, NC as a Company Fire Support Officer and Firing Battery Platoon Leader. Larry deployed twice to Iraq in 2006 and 2007 as part of the 82nd Airborne Division’s Global Response Force. Following his return, Larry completed the Field Artillery Captain’s Career Course at Ft. Sill, OK.
LTC Rubal returned to the 82nd Airborne Division in 2009 as an Assistant Operations Officer then Battery Commander in the Army’s only Airborne 155mm Artillery Battalion. Larry assumed a second command of the Headquarters Support Company in the 82nd Airborne Division’s Headquarters Battalion in 2012 and led more than 300 Soldiers during his third combat deployment to Kandahar, Afghanistan. In 2013, Larry became the second Field Artillery Officer to teach maneuver tactics at the Maneuver Captain’s Career Course at Ft. Benning, GA
In 2014, LTC Rubal was selected to attend the Naval Command and General Staff College in Newport, RI. He graduated with a Master’s in National Security and Strategic Studies and was assigned as Division Fires Support Officer in the 4th Infantry Division at Ft. Carson, CO. Following an operational deployment to Europe supporting Operation Atlantic Resolve, Larry completed duties as a Battalion Operations Officer (S3) and was selected as the 4th Infantry Division Artillery Operations Officer (S3). LTC Rubal most recently wrote Army-wide plans and policy as the Chief of Plans and Deputy Director of Synchronization for the Army’s Recovery Care Program in Arlington, VA.
LTC Rubal has been published in four professional journals and manuals. His awards and decorations include the Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal, Combat Action Badge, Senior Parachutist Badge, and Pathfinder Badge. Larry and his wife Jennifer have two sons, Wyatt and Archer.
CPT Michael Fisher
CPT Michael D. Fisher commissioned onto Active Duty in 2010 as an Engineer Officer through the Reserve Officer’s Training Corps at the University of Oregon in Eugene, OR. He holds a Bachelor’s of Arts in Music from the University of Oregon and a Master’s of Science in Geological Engineering from Missouri Science and Technology. He is also a certified Project Management Professional and earned his Green Belt certification in Lean Six Sigma though Georgia Institute of Technology in Savannah, GA. He is a graduate of the U.S. Army Airborne School, Sapper Leader Course, Route Reconnaissance and Clearance Course, Rappel Master Course, as well as the Engineer Officer Basic and Captains Career Courses.
Prior to serving as an Assistant Professor of Military Science within Cadet Command, he held positions as a Platoon Leader, Company Executive Officer, Company Commander, Battalion Staff Officer, Assistant Brigade Engineer, and as a Department of the Army Civilian within the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Norfolk District during his 2 year period in the Army Reserves. His duty assignment locations include Fort Carson, CO; Fort Leonard Wood, MO; Fort Stewart, GA; Norfolk, VA; and Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia.
CPT Elizabeth Morris
Assistant Professor of Military Science
CPT Elizabeth J. Morris commissioned onto Active Duty in 2011 as a Signal Officer through the Reserve Officer’s Training Corps at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, TN. She holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Criminal Justice Administration from Middle Tennessee State University. She is a graduate of the U.S. Army Airborne School, Signal Officer Basic and Captains Career Courses.
Prior to serving as an Assistant Professor of Military Science within Cadet Command, she held positions as a Division Network Officer, Cavalry Squadron Signal Officer (S6), Infantry Battalion Signal Officer (S6), Assistant Brigade S6, Assistant Brigade S3, Aviation Battalion Signal Officer (S6), Communications Chief to the XVIII Airborne Corps Commander (3 Star General Officer), and a Military Intelligence Battalion Signal Officer (S6). Her duty assignment locations include Ft Gordon, GA; Fort Bragg, NC; and Camp Humphreys, Republic of Korea.
Recruiting Operations Officer (ROO)
Assistant Professor of Military Science
CPT (RETIRED) Anthony A. Bradley-Peoples Sr. assumed his current duties as the Recruiting Operations Officer at Wake Forest University, Winston Salem State University and Salem College in November of 2014.
CPT (RETIRED) Bradley-Peoples Sr. is a graduate of Jonesboro-Hodge High School and entered military service as an enlisted Soldier in the Adjutant General Corps. During his years as a junior enlisted service member he served a Personnel Specialist in the 6th Air Defense Artillery Brigade, Fort Bliss, Texas and the 6th Air Cavalry Combat Brigade, Camp Humphreys, Korea. As a Noncommissioned Officer he served in the 35th Signal Brigade and XVIII Airborne Corps, Fort Bragg, North Carolina. He later deployed and served as the Secretary of the Combined Joint Staff, NCOIC for the Commander of the XVIII Airborne Corp/CJTF-180, in direct support of Operation Enduring Freedom. He also served as the principle advisor to the Secretary of the Combined Joint Staff. He later served as a Drill Sergeant and Drill Sergeant Leader/Instructor at the United States Army Drill Sergeant School. CPT (RETIRED) Bradley-Peoples Sr. commissioned through the Officer Candidate School at Fort Benning, Georgia followed by attending the Adjutant General Basic Course at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. He served as the S1/Adjutant for 1st Squadron, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment, Ironhorse! He later served as Adjutant for the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment, Blackhorse, and Fort Irwin, California. He is a graduate of the AG Basic Officer Leaders Course and AG Captain Career Course. CPT (RETIRED) Bradley-Peoples Sr. is a graduate of Park University where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Management/Human Resource.
MSG David Saint-Val
Senior Military Instructor
MSG David Saint-Val enlisted into Active Duty in 2003 as an Engineer. He holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Public Administration with a minor in Sociology, graduating Magna Cum Laude from Upper Iowa University and is currently pursuing a Master’s in Higher Education Administration with a certificate in Organizational Change in Higher Education from the University of Louisville. He is a graduate of the U.S. Army Master Educator Course, Joint Engineer Operations Course, Explosive Ordinance Clearance Agent Course, Counter Explosive Hazard Planners Course, Route Reconnaissance and Clearance Course, Battle Staff NCO Course, Capabilities and Development Course, Army Inspector General Course as well as the Sharp and Master Resilience Courses.
Prior to serving as a Senior Military Science Instructor within Cadet Command, he held positions as a First Sergeant, Operations Sergeant, Combat and Capabilities Developer, Inspector General, Platoon Sergeant, Basic Leader Course Senior Instructor, Section Leader, Senior Boat Operator, Bridge Crew Chief, and Boat Operator. His duty assignment locations include; Fort Leonard Wood, MO; South Korea (x2); Fort Benning, GA; Fort Bliss, TX; Fort Polk, LA and Germany.
MSG Rachel Mandzak
Ms. Lauren Lewis
Human Resources Assistant
1SG (Retired) Reachel D. Edwards
1SG (Retired) Reachel D. Edwards assumed her current duties as the Logistics Technician at Wake Forest University, Winston Salem State University and Salem College in July of 2020. She is a graduate of Ephrata High School with continued education through Central Texas College. 1SG Edwards enlisted into Active Duty in 1993 as a Military Police Officer.
Prior to retiring in 2016, 1SG Edwards served in positions as the Provost Sergeant of the Schofield Barracks Military Police Station, Brigade S3 Sergeant Major, First Sergeant of One Station Unit Training (OSUT) for Military Police trainees, Assistant Course Director – Department of Military Science, West Point, Platoon Sergeant, Drill Sergeant, Squad Leader, Team Leader and Gunner. 1SG Edwards’s duty assignments include; One Station Unit Training (OSUT) Fort McClellan, Alabama; White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico; Fort Clayton, Panama; Fort Stewart, Georgia; Fort Jackson, South Carolina; Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington; United States Military Academy West Point, NY; Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri; and Schofield Barracks, Hawaii. Including a deployment to Iraq.
She is a graduate of the U.S. Army Airborne School and U.S. Army Air Assault School. 1SG Edwards has three children and one grandchild. She is married to MSG Saint-Val who has one son.
Ms. Jane Vogler