Camelia J. Scott-Skillern
Colonel Carmelia J. Scott-Skillern was commissioned as a Quartermaster Officer upon graduation from Officer Candidate School class 4-94, 27 September 1994. Her first duty assignment was as a Platoon Leader, 710th Main Support Battalion, Fort Drum, New York. | Her subsequent duty assignments include: Executive Officer, 710th Main Support Battalion, Fort Drum, New York; Company Commander, 364th Supply Company (Direct Support), Fort Bragg, North Carolina; Petroleum Supply Officer, 2D Support Center, Fort Bragg, North Carolina; J4, Logistics Operations Officer, United States Forces Korea, Seoul, South Korea; C4, Logistics Operations Officer, Combined Forces Command-Republic of Korea; Seoul, South Korea; Combat Developments Officer, Combined Arms Support Command, Fort Lee, Virginia; G3, Plans Officer, Eight Army, Yongsan, South Korea; Battalion Executive Officer, 330th Movement Control Battalion, Fort Bragg, North Carolina, Battalion Executive Officer, 330th Movement Control Battalion, Joint Base Balad, Iraq; Senior Defense Trade Analyst, Department of State, Washington, District of Columbia; Battalion Commander, 406th Army Field Support Battalion, Fort Bragg, North Carolina; Assistant Executive Officer, Headquarters, Army Material Command, Redstone Arsenal, AL; Executive Officer, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army, Washington, District of Columbia and Executive Officer to the Military Deputy for the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army Financial Management and Comptroller, Pentagon, Washington, District of Columbia. | Her military education consists of: Senior Service College, Combined General Staff College, Joint Planner Course, Support Operations Course (Phase II), Strategist Course, Combined Arms Staff College, Logistics Executive Development Course, Capabilities Development Course, Combined Arms Staff College, Petroleum Officer Course, Combined Logistics Officer Course, Officer Basic Course, Officer Candidate School, and the Air Assault Course. | Her military awards include the Legion of Merit, Bronze Star Medal, Defense Meritorious Service Medal (2), Meritorious Service Medal (3), Army Commendation Medal (5), Army Achievement Medal with (4), Meritorious Unit Citation, Army Good Conduct Medal (2), National Defense Service Medal (2), Southwest Asia Service Medal, Iraqi Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Korea Defense Service Medal (2), Armed Forces Reserve Medal, Non-Commissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon (2), Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon, Kuwait Liberation Medal (Saudi Arabia), Kuwait Liberation Medal, and the Air Assault Ribbon.