LTC Jared J. Sutton (PMS)

Lieutenant Colonel Jared J. Sutton grew up in Sparta Wisconsin, where he graduated from Sparta High School in 1993. He entered Army ROTC at University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse (UW-L) and attended both Viterbo University and UW-L.  In 1998 he graduated from UW-L with a BS in History and Psychology and commissioned into the US Army as a Field Artillery Officer.  After completing the Field Artillery Basic Course, the Army assigned Jared to the 2d Armored Cavalry Regiment in Fort Polk, Louisiana where he served as a Troop and Anti-Tank Company Fire Support Officer, Troop Executive Officer, Squadron S1, and Squadron Fire Support Officer.  Following promotion to Captain and completion of the Armor Officer Advance Course, MAJ Sutton was assigned to III Corps and Fort Hood Headquarters as a Corps Fire Support Operations Officer.  After a year with the Corps Headquarters, Jared was reassigned to DIVARTY, 4th Infantry Division where he served in various staff positions at the battalion and brigade level as the unit completed two deployments to Iraq and transitioned to a Fires Brigade.  During his second OIF deployment, Jared had the honor to command B/2-20FA (MLRS) as they provided precision fires to MNF-I using the newly deployed Guided Multiple Launch Rocket.  In 2007 the Army reassigned Jared to the 4th Cavalry Brigade at Ft Knox where he served as the Operations Officer for 1-410FA (TSB) and was responsible for planning and executing training for mobilizing National Guard and Army Reserve formations deploying to OIF.  Following promotion to Major, Jared attended Intermediate Level Education at Ft Leavenworth, KS where he studied advanced military operations, strategy and leadership and completed his Master's in Adult, Occupational, and Continuing Education at Kansas State University.  The Army subsequently reassigned Jared to III Corps Headquarters where he severed as a Corps Assistant Fire Support Coordinator during the transition from Operation Iraqi Freedom to Operation New Dawn.  Most recently, MAJ Sutton was the Corps Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion Operations Officer and Rear Detachment Commander before being assigned to Creighton University as the Professor of Military Science.  Jared is married to the former Jodi L. Brooks and they have three children: Trajan , Ian, and Shaela.  Jared's awards include the Bronze Star Medal, the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, the Meritorious Service Medal w/1 Oak Leaf Cluster(OLCs), the Army Commendation Medal w/2 OLCs, the Joint Service Achievement Medal, the Army Achievement Medal w/3 OLC, the Joint Meritorious Unit Award, and the Meritorious Unit Citation. 

MSG Jesse J. Andersen

MSG Jesse J. Andersen.

Master Sergeant Jesse Andersen enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1998 as an Infantryman. After completion of Basic Training and Airborne School at Ft. Benning, GA, he was assigned to the 82nd Airborne Division in Ft. Bragg, NC. 3 years later MSG Andersen, re-enlisted for duty in Schofield Barracks Hawaii. There he completed multiple schools and deployments all throughout the world. In 2006, MSG Andersen was afforded the opportunity to become a Ranger Instructor and was stationed at the last phase of Ranger School in Florida. Upon completion of this assignment he PCS’d to Ft. Carson, CO where he was a company 1SG, and had the opportunity to serve for 16 months in an Artillery Battalion. MSG Andersen then accepted a change of duty station to Ft. Campbell, KY. There he served again as a1SG until asked to deploy to Afghanistan as the Operations Sergeant Major for a cumulative 18 months. In the fall of 2016, MSG Andersen accepted the rewarding assignment as a Senior Military Instructor at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, TX. 6 months later in Feb 2017, the U.S. Army approved a move to his hometown of Omaha, NE where he is currently serving at Creighton University. Awards and Decorations includes Airborne, Air Assault, Pathfinder, Jumpmaster, Ranger, Malaysian Tracker, BLC, ALC, SLC, S-ROTC Pre-Command Course, FIFC, Heavy Weapons Leader Course, Combatives Level 2, EO Advisor Course, BSM (2), MSM (3), ARCOM (3), CIB, and EIB. Deployments include:
Kosovo, Ukraine, Thailand, Australia, Iraq, Afghanistan (2). He is currently seeking his Bachelor’s in General Studies from American Military University. He is married to the former Amanda Skinner and has 4 Children. Skylar (16), Natalee (14), Rylie (8), Scarlett (7)

CPT Ben Porath

CPT Ben Porath

CPT Benjamin Porath is the son of Norman and Kathleen Porath of Denton, NE.  He is a 2003 graduate of Schuyler High School.  CPT Porath attended Creighton university where he was commissioned as a 2LT through their Military Science ROTC department after graduation and assigned to 4th BDE, 1st Infantry Division, Fort Riley, KS following the Infantry Officer’s initial training pipeline at Fort Benning.  There he was assigned to 2-16 Infantry and served as Rifle Platoon Leader, Executive Officer, and as the Battalion Scout Platoon Leader during their deployment to Bayji, Iraq.  He was then assigned to Joint Base Lewis McChord, WA and served as the Assistant Operations Officer for 201st Battlefield Surveillance Brigade and as a Company Commander for Fierce Company, 52nd Infantry, the anti-tank company in 4-2 SBCT during their deployment to Panjwa’i, Afghanistan.  CPT Porath was then assigned to Creighton University to serve as Assistant Professor of Military Science.  CPT Porath has a Bachelor’s in English and a Master’s of Fine Arts in English.  CPT Porath’s awards include the Bronze Star (1 OLC), the Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal (1 OLC), Iraqi Campaign Medal, and the Afghanistan Campaign Medal.  His badges include the Parachutist’s Badge, the Ranger Tab and the Expert Infantryman’s Badge.  His military education includes Infantry Officer Basic Course, Ranger School, Reconnaissance and Surveillance Leader’s Course, and the Maneuver Captain’s Career Course.  He is married to the former Kimberly Rottenberg of Red Bluff, CA.  They have a two-year old son, Levi, and two Labradors, Biscuit and Reba. 

SFC David M Reyes

SFC David M Reyes

Sergeant First Class David Reyes joined the Army in August 2004 and completed Basic and Advanced Individual Training at Fort Sill, Oklahoma to become a Multiple Launch Rocket System Artilleryman. His leadership positions have included Route Clearance Team Leader/Squad Leader, HIMARS Gunner, HIMARS Section Chief, Ammunition Section Chief, Support Platoon Sergeant, and HIMARS Fires Platoon Sergeant. He has led Soldiers during multiple combat deployments during his career. His first being Iraq in 07-08 serving as a Radar Operator NCO and Convoy Security Gunner. He then deployed to Afghanistan in 09-10 as a Route Clearance Team Leader and Truck Commander in support of Regional Command South. SFC Reyes led his team on over 100 Route clearance patrols interrogating and destroying any IEDs/UXOs found on coalition used routes. He has also deployed to Camp Buehring Kuwait as a HIMARS Section Chief and Camp Redleg United Arab Emirates as a HIMARS Fires Platoon Sergeant. SFC Reyes has served in the following assignments: MLRS Driver/Gunner, 1-33 Field Artillery Battalion Bamberg, Germany; MLRS Gunner, 2-4 Field Artillery Battalion Fort Sill, Oklahoma; Radar Operator, H 26 Field Artillery Fort Sill, Oklahoma; HIMARS Section Chief, 1-14 Field Artillery Battalion Fort Sill, Oklahoma; HIMARS Support and Fires Platoon Sergeant, 5-3 Field Artillery Battalion Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington; Currently at Creighton University where he serves as the S3 NCOIC and Military Science Instructor. SFC Reyes military education include Air Assault Course, Combatives Level 1, Basic Leaders Course (Commandants List), Advanced Leaders Course (Distinguished Honor Graduate), and the Senior Leaders Course (Commandants List). SFC Reyes awards and decorations include Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal (3OLC), Army Achievement Medal (4OLC), Army Good Conduct Medal (4th Award), National Defense Service Medal, Iraqi Campaign Medal (1 Stars), Afghanistan Campaign Medal (2 Stars), Global War On Terror Service and Expeditionary Medals, Humanitarian Service Medal, NCO Professional Development Ribbon (3rd Award), Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon (5th Award), NATO Medal, Meritorious Unit Citation, and the Valorous Unit Citation. SFC Reyes has also been awarded the Combat Action Badge and Air Assault Badge. SFC Reyes is married to the former Anna-Maria Wuensche of Bamberg, Germany.

Mr. Steve Stimson (Human Resource Administrator)

Steve Stimson

Mr. Todd Frerichs (Recruiting Operations Officer)

Todd Frerichs