Lt. Col. Jeremy Rockwell

Professor of Military Science, Army ROTC

photo of Lt. Col. Jeremy RockwellArmy ROTC Commander Lt. Col. Jeremy Rockwell is a military intelligence officer in the United States Army. He was born in Erie, Pennsylvania and commissioned as an infantry officer from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania’s Army ROTC program in 2002. His first assignment was with 1st Battalion, 24th Infantry Regiment (Stryker) at Joint Base Lewis-McChord. Over the past 17 years, Lt. Col. Rockwell has served as an infantry platoon leader, an intelligence officer for conventional and special operations forces, a theater level sustainment command and a corps headquarters. Most recently he served as a squadron operations officer and intelligence officer at the US Army Asymmetric Warfare Group where he supported global operations to identify emerging asymmetric threats and to help rapidly transfer observations and solutions to users at the point of need. Lt. Col. Rockwell earned a M.B.A. from Pacific Lutheran University and is a graduate of the US Army Command and General Staff College. He looks forward to the opportunity to mentor cadets and develop leaders.