Service Members – Day 17

Coming at you is you U.S. Army Captain Chad Ashe! Sorry…that was our battle cry in basic, minus the Cpt. Ashe part.

Chad entered the Army in May of 1998 as a Non-commissioned Officer and became parachute rigger while stationed in North Carolina.

As an NCO, Chad worked at the United States Disciplinary Barracks in Fort Leavenworth until 2005, until he commissioned as a Officer and cross-trained to become a part of the branched military police.

Chad currently works as the deputy public affairs officer for the 4th Infantry Division located in Fort Carson, Colo.

Unfortunately, Chad wasn’t in my section, but supposedly he’s a pretty funny dude. Check out his big debut on The Weather Channel (Enter the codekcgvrnapdguriu)!

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2 Responses to “Service Members – Day 17”

  1. Gina Proulx says:

    Wonderful expression captured on his face.. Love the tucked chin, and slightly pursed lips — when considered with the cigar.. Love the Mavericks.. Takes a lot to jump to commissioned status from enlisted ranks.. Bet he’s ‘S-H…’ :).

  2. Tammy Keefer says:

    I must say, I have been thoroughly enjoying all of your posts on your Service Members… takes me back to my days in the army. The servicemen and women that I know are just wonderful souls, and I feel the same towards the people that you have highlighted. Thanks so much, and great work!

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