Recruiting Operations Officer
Mr. Sargent enlisted into the US Army active component in 1988 as a Military Police Corps enlisted Soldier. After reaching the rank of Staff Sergeant (P) he left Active Duty in 1998. While continuing his service in the US Army reserve component and completing his undergraduate degree he attended Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC). Upon graduating with his bachelors he was commissioned into the US Army active component as a Military Police Corps Officer in 2000. After commissioning Mr. Sargent assignments included Platoon Leader, 984th Military Police Company, Fort Carson, CO; Battalion Maintains Officer, 759th Military Police Battalion, Pentagon, Washington DC; Platoon Leader, 4th Military Police Company, Iraq; Provost Marshal, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, Iraq; Company Commander, 217th Military Police Detachment and Headquarters & Headquarters Company, US Army Garrison, Fort Lee, VA; Observer-Controller Trainer Team Chief, Camp Atterbury Joint Maneuver Training Center, IN; Deputy Team Chief, Stability Transition Team, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, Iraq; and Assistant Professor of Military Science, The Ohio State University Army ROTC, Columbus, OH. After completing over 25 years of service Mr. Sargent retired from the US Army as a Major in 2013. His current position is as the Recruiting Operations Officer at The Ohio State University Army ROTC where he is continuing his service as a member of the Army Civilian Corps.