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LTC Peter A. Thomas



Lieutenant Colonel Peter Thomas, from Philadelphia, PA, graduated from Widener University in May 2005. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in History and commissioned as a United States Army Aviation Officer. He attended the Aviation Officer Basic Course and graduated flight school in 2007.

His first assignment after flight school was at Fort Campbell with the 2-17 Cavalry, 101 Combat Aviation Brigade where he served as an assistant S3 and Platoon Leader from 2007-2010.  After completing the Aviation Captain’s Career Course in 2010, Lieutenant Colonel Thomas assumed command of Blackfoot Troop, 6-17 Cavalry, 16th Combat Aviation Brigade in Fort Wainwright, AK from 2010-2011. Following this command, Lieutenant Colonel Thomas took command of Iron Horse (F Troop) Troop, 6-17 Cavalry, 16th Combat Aviation Brigade in Fort Wainwright, AK from 2011-2012.

He then served as the aide-de-camp for the Commanding General, US Army Aviation and Missile Command at Redstone Arsenal, AL from 2012-2013. Following his time as aide-de-camp, Lieutenant Colonel Thomas attended Command and General’s Staff College with a subsequent assignment as a US Army Congressional Fellow from 2014-2017 at the Pentagon. During this time, he earned his Masters Degree in Legislative Affairs from George Washington University, Washington, DC. 

Following his time at the Pentagon, Lieutenant Colonel Thomas assumed command of Bravo Company, 602d Aviation Support Battalion followed as the Executive Officer, 4-2 Attack Battalion, Camp Humphreys, Korea. Most recently, Lieutenant Colonel Thomas served as the Deputy Chief of Operations for the US Army Operations Center, Headquarters, Department of the Army, Pentagon.

He has two operational deployments to Operation Enduring Freedom from 2008-2009 and Operation New Dawn 2011-2012.

Lieutenant Colonel Thomas’ awards are commensurate with his time in service and is a graduate of the Initial Entry Rotary Wing Course, Aviation Officer Basic Course, Captain’s Career Courses, and the Command and General Staff College.




CSM Brian J. Webber



CSM Brian J. Webber is a native of Bangor, Maine where he enlisted in the U.S. Army on June 28, 1998, as a 68X – AH-64A Armament, Electrical, Avionics Systems Repair Technician. He attended basic training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina on September 10, 1998 followed by advanced individual training at Fort Eustis, Virginia on October 26, 1998.

Positions: CSM Webber served in multiple leadership positions which include Team Leader, Squad Leader, Section Sergeant, Platoon Sergeant, and First Sergeant. Additionally, he operated as Unit Prevention Leader, Equal Opportunity Leader, Recruiter, Operations NCO, Small Group Leader, Senior Small Group Leader, BLC Branch Chief, and BDE Operations SGM.

Assignments: His stateside assignments include Fort Campbell, Kentucky (1-101 AVN, 8-101 AVN, & 563d ASB), Cleveland Recruiting Battalion, Fort Carson, Colorado (404th ASB), Fort Bliss, Texas (NCOLCoE), and Fort Cavazos, Texas (1ACB). His overseas assignment consists of Camp Humphreys, Korea (3-6 CAV & HHC/2CAB). He deployed to both Iraq and Afghanistan for combat operations in support of the global war on terrorism for a total of 5 separate long tour deployments.

Military and civilian education: CSM Webber’s military education includes AH-64 Apache Armament, Electrical, Avionics Systems Repairer course, Primary Leadership Development Course, the Sabalauski Air Assault School, Army Recruiter School, Advanced Leader Course, Army Equal Opportunity Leader Course, Senior Leader Course, and the Sergeants Major Academy Class 72. His civilian education includes a high school diploma from Bangor High School, a Bachelor of Science in Applied Management from Franklin University, a Master of Arts in Executive Leadership from Liberty University, a Master of Science in Social Media Management from Liberty University, and he is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Strategic Leadership from Liberty University.

 Awards: CSM Webber’s awards and decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal (4th award), the Army Commendation Medal with C device, the Army Commendation Medal (4th award), the Army Achievement Medal (2nd award), the Army Good Conduct Medal (8th award), the Master Aviation Badge, Air Assault badge, Driver Badge, Gold Recruiter Badge (3rd Sapphire) and Basic Instructor Badge.