Matthew M. Stanton, LTC
Joint Military Operations
LTC Stanton joined the Joint Military Operations Department faculty in November 2010 after completing a tour with the 2nd Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division as an advisor to the 12th Brigade, 2nd Iraqi Division in Mosul in support of OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM and OPERATION NEW DAWN.
He is an Infantry officer and graduate of its associated schools. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in International Relations from the United States Military Academy and a Master’s degree in Leadership and Counseling from Long Island University as part of the Eisenhower Program at West Point.
Prior to his recent deployment, he served as an ACRC Battalion Commander for the 3-340th Infantry at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin. Other tours of duty include Germany, the National Training Center, West Point, Korea where he served as the Battalion Operations Officer and Executive Officer for the United Nations Command Security Battalion – Joint Security Area in Panmunjom, and as the 1st Mechanized Brigade, 9th Iraqi Army Division advisor in Baghdad during “The Surge.”
LTC Stanton also served as the Professor of Military Science at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
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