Randolph M. Morgan
Colonel Randolph M. Morgan is a native of Tucson, Arizona. He was commissioned in 1995 from the Officer Candidate School at Fort Benning, Georgia. | Colonel Morgan’s cuty assignments include: Platoon Leader, Company Executive Officer and Battalion S4, 1-23rd Infantry, Fort Lewis, Washington; OPFOR Team Chief and Battalion S3, 2-364th (TS), Fort Lewis, Washington; S3A of 94th Military Police Battalion, Republic of Korea; Commander 18th Military Police Detachment (winner of the Brigadier General David H. Stem award), Fort Huachuca, Arizona; Task Force J3 for JTF Guardian, Afghanistan; S3 for the 93D Military Police Battalion, Fort Bliss, Texas, then deployed to Iraq; Force Protection Planner for the Standing Joint Forces Headquarters, USAFRICOM (Provost Marshal for JTF Odyssey Guard) and then Branch Chief, J343 Antiterrorism Operations, USAFRICOM; Provost Marshal, Second Infantry Division and as Director of Emergency Services (Area I), Republic of Korea; Deputy Chief of Staff, Maneuver Center of Excellence, Fort Benning, Georgia; Commander, Benning CID Battalion, Fort Benning, Georgia; and at time of his induction, Executive Director, Defense Forensic Science Center, Gillem Enclave, Georgia. | His military education includes the Infantry Officer Basic Course and Military Police Captains Career Course, Combined Armed Services Staff School, Intermediate Level Education, Joint Combined Warfighting School (JPME II); and the Joint Interagency and Multi-National Planners Course. Colonel Morgan has been selected to attend Senior Service College. Colonel Morgan earned a Bachelor of the Arts in History with a minor in Political Science from Northern Arizona University and a Master of the Arts in Organizational Leadership from Chapman University. | Colonel Morgan’s awards and decorations include: the Bronze Star Medal; Defense Meritorious Service Medal; the Meritorious Service Medal w/ 4 Oak Leaf Clusters; Army Commendation Medal w/ 3 Oak Leaf Clusters; the Joint Service Achievement Medal w/ 3 Oak Leaf Clusters; the Army Achievement Medal w/ Oak Leaf Cluster the Korean Defense Service Medal; Afghanistan Campaign Medal; Iraq Campaign Medal; National Defense Service Medal w/ Bronze Star; Global War on Terrorism Medal; Army Service Ribbon; Overseas Service Ribbon w/ Numeral 4; NATO Medal; Joint Meritorious Unit Award w/ Oak Leaf Cluster; Meritorious Unit Commendation; Parachutist’s Badge; German Military Efficiency Badge in Silver; German Marksmanship (Shutzenscnaur) Badge in Gold; 9th Infantry Regiment “Manchu” belt buckle; Cavalry Order of the Combat Spur and the Order of the Marechaussee.