LTC Ryan Moses
Commander
RSS 11th ACR

LTC Ryan Moses, a native of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, was commissioned on into the Quartermaster Corps as a Second Lieutenant following his graduation as a Distinguished Military Graduate from North Georgia College, with a Bachelor of Science in Political Science in 1997. He received a Master of Science in Logistics Management from the Florida Institute of Technology in 2006.

His military schooling includes: the Quartermaster Officer Basic Course, the U. S. Army Airborne School, the Combined Logistics Captain’s Career Course, the Combined Arms and Services Staff School, the Aerial Delivery and Materiel Officer Course, the Logistics Executive Development Course, the Support Operations Course, the Joint Course on Logistics, the Army Command and General Staff College, the Army Space Operations Enabler Course, and the Joint and Combined Warfighting School, Joint Forces Staff College.

Past Key Assignments include: Class IX (Repair Parts) Accountable Officer and Platoon Leader, 263rd Maintenance Company, 544th Maintenance Battalion, Ft. Hood, TX; Battalion S3 (Operations), 602d Aviation Support Battalion, 2nd Infantry Division – Camp Stanley, Republic of Korea; DISCOM Supply and Services OIC w/duty as the 3rd Brigade Combat Team S4 “BRONCOs”, Commander, Headquarters and Alpha Company (Supply), 325th Forward Support Battalion, and DISCOM S4 (Logistics), 25th Infantry Division (Light) – Schofield Barracks, Hawaii and Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF –V), Kandahar, Afghanistan; Logistics Observer/Controller (Trainer), Joint Multinational Readiness Center – Hohenfels, Germany; Battalion Executive Officer (XO) and Battalion Support Operations Officer (SPO), 18th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, Grafenwohr, Germany and Operation Iraqi Freedom (08 – 10), Mosul, Iraq; J4 – Chief of Logistics and Ballistic Missile Defense Asset Management Division, United States Strategic Command – Integrated Missile Defense (USSTRATCOM, JFCC IMD), Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado Springs, Colorado; and most recently as the ACoS, G4 for the 21st Theater Sustainment Command, Kaiserslautern, Germany.