Major Pamela DeVille

Assistant Professor of Military Science, Army ROTC

Major Pamela DeVilleMajor Pamela DeVille is a native of Kansas City, Kansas who enlisted in the Kansas Air National Guard in 2000 as a security forces specialist. She was commissioned in the Army as a military police officer in 2006 where she has since served and led a variety of Army organizations ranging from operational to strategic. Maj. DeVille’s positions have included platoon leader, assistant operations officer, instructor, commander, director of emergency services and provost marshal, operations officer, and strategic protection planner. She has been stationed at Camp Walker, Korea; Ft. Leavenworth, KS; Ft. Jackson, SC; US Army Garrison Kwajalein Atoll; and Joint Base Lewis-McChord. She has deployed to Oman and Iraq. Maj. DeVille’s military education includes Non-Lethal Weapons Instructor Course, Antiterrorism Level II, Law Enforcement Senior Leaders Course, Command & Staff College, and Security Cooperation and Defense Support to Civil Authorities. Maj. DeVille has a B.A. in mathematics from Ottawa University in Kansas, a M.A. in education from Trident University International, and a M.A. in business and organization security management from Webster University. In her off time you will find Maj. DeVille spending time with her family and enjoying the outdoors.