LIEUTENANT COLONEL BERNARD (BERNIE) L. MOXLEY JR
Professor of Military Science, University of Delaware
Lieutenant Colonel Bernie Moxley is a Logistics Officer in the United States Army. A native of Maryland, he enlisted in the United States Army in 1981 and received an Active Duty Army ROTC 3 Year Scholarship in 1986. LTC Moxley is a 1989 Distinguished Military Graduate of Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, Alabama and he was commissioned as a Quartermaster Officer in the Regular Army. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from Jacksonville State University, a Master of Public Administration degree from Troy State University, and a Master of Military Arts and Science degree in Operational Warfare from the Command and General Staff College. His military education includes the Quartermaster Officer Basic and Combined Logistics Advance Courses, Combined Arms and Services Staff School, Support Operations Course, Command and General Staff College, and the School of Advanced Military Studies (SAMS).
After completing the Quartermaster Officer Basic Course in 1989, he was stationed at Hanau, Germany where he was assigned to the 56th Repair Parts Supply Company as a Platoon Leader and then assigned as the Class IX Accountable Officer for the 149th Maintenance Company. He was later assigned as the Technical Supply Officer for the HHD, 18th Combat Support Battalion.
After attending the Combined Logistics Officer Advance Course in 1994, Lieutenant Colonel Moxley served as the Company A, Training Center Command Commander, Fort Jackson, SC. After Company Command, Lieutenant Colonel Moxley served as the Battalion S1 and then Battalion S3 for the 279th Combat Support Battalion in Bamberg, Germany.
Lieutenant Colonel Moxley subsequently served at Fort Hood, Texas as a Logistics Operations Officer for the 4th Infantry Division Support Command and was later assigned to the 1st Cavalry Division where he performed as the Secretary of the General Staff, 615th Aviation Support Battalion Executive Officer and Division Support Command S3.
After attending the Command and General Staff College and SAMS, Lieutenant Colonel Moxley was assigned as a Plans Officer for the 19th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) in Daegu, Korea. He then served as the Chief of Staff and Planner for AAFES, Pacific Region located at Okinawa, Japan.
Lieutenant Colonel Moxley deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom where he served as the Multi-National Force-Iraq (MNF-I) Resources and Sustainment Logistics Operations Deputy Director and subsequently as the MNF-I CJ1/4/8 Deputy Director for Plans and Logistics Operations. Prior to assuming his duties as the University of Delaware Professor and Chair of Military Science, LTC Moxley was the 10th Support Group Deputy Commander in Okinawa, Japan.
Awards and decorations include the Bronze Star Medal, the Meritorious Service Medal (three oak leaf clusters), the Army Commendation Medal (two oak leaf clusters), the Army Achievement Medal (five oak leaf clusters), and the Parachutist Badge.