U.S. ARMY CHEMICAL CORPS
Distinguished Member of the Corps
Colonel Stanley Q. Tunstall
Colonel Stanley Q. Tunstall was born 5 October 1956 in Fayetteville, North Carolina. He was tasked to serve on a special Legislative Branch Task Force. The task force was charged by Congress to conduct a comprehensive security assessment and make recommendations to prevent or mitigate the effects of an attack against the U.S. Capitol and other federal buildings in the surrounding area following the terrorist attacks of September 11th, 2001. He also served as a Liaison Officer on the U.S. Capitol Incident Management Team after anthrax tainted mail was delivered to Senate offices in October, 2001.
Other key assignments include Commander, 83rd Chemical Battalion; Chief of the Chemical Branch at Army Personnel Command; Commander, 45th Corps Support Group where he executed the reorganization and transformation of the unit into a Theater-wide Sustainment Command; Deputy Commander, 8th Theater Sustainment Command; Deputy G4 for US Army Central Command; and finally as Chief, Full Dimension Protection Division, Office of the Army G8.
Colonel Tunstall is recognized as a subject matter expert in all aspects of Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense operations, Consequence Management, U.S. Counter proliferation policy, Weapons of Mass Destruction contingency planning, emergency management operations and strategic logistics and sustainment operations.
Colonel Tunstall’s awards and decorations include the Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal with 5th award, Army Commendation Medal and the Joint Service Achievement Medal.
Colonel Tunstall is currently a senior CBRN Defense and Logistics manager for Camber Corporation and resides in Springfield, Virginia.