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ROTC Personnel Directory

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LTC LaDaryl Franklin
is a 1995 graduate of Hunter College of the City University of New York, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing.  She holds a Master of Science degree as a Perioperative Clinical Nurse Specialist from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda Maryland.

Her military education includes completion of the Army Medical Department Officer Basic and Advanced Courses; the Basic and Advance Nurse Leadership Courses; the Perioperative Nursing Course; the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College; Basic Instructor Training; US Army School of Cadet Command’s Military Science Instructor Training and the University Senior Leader Course.

In 1997, LTC Moultrie was commissioned as a Nurse Corps Officer. Since then she has enjoyed a variety of assignments. They have included Nurse Med/Surg/Peds, Dwight David Eisenhower Army Medical Center; Staff Nurse, Brooke Army Medical Center;  Perioperative Nurse, Brooke Army Medical Center; Clinical Nurse Officer in Charge, 127th Forward Surgical Team, Yongsan Korea; Clinical Nurse Officer in Charge  Central Materiel Services, Tripler Army Medical Center; Director Perioperative (Operating Room) Nursing Course, Brooke Army Medical Center and the US Army Medical Department Center & School; Perioperative Clinical Nurse Specialist, Brooke Army Medical Center; Clinical Nurse Officer in Charge 115th Combat Support Hospital, Camp Dwyer Afghanistan. Her last assignment prior to assuming command of Grambling State University’s Army ROTC Battalion was Chief, Sterile Processing Department; Tripler Army Medical Center.

LTC Moultrie’s awards and decorations include Meritorious Service Medal (2nd Oak Leaf Cluster), Army Commendation Medal (5th Oak Leaf Cluster), Army Achievement Medal (1st Oak leaf Cluster), Meritorious Unit Citation,  Army Superior Unit Award, National Defense Service Medal,  Afghanistan Campaign Medal (2 Stars),  Global War on Terrorism Service Medal,  Korean Defense Service Medal,  Army Service Ribbon,  Overseas Service Ribbon (with numeral 3), and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Medal.

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Major Anthony Garrison is a Logistics Officer with over 21 years of active and reserve duty service in the United States Army.

He was born in Natchez, MS and graduated from Ferriday High School, in Ferriday, Louisiana.  He currently serves as the Assistant Professor of Military Science and S-1 section OIC with the Grambling State University’s Tiger Battalion.

He enlisted in the United States Army in August 1992 and served as 13B Cannon Crewmember at Ft. Bragg, North Carolina until his ETS. He later joined the Louisiana Army National Guard. 

He earned his Bachelor of Arts in History in May 2001 from Grambling State University. MAJ Garrison has served in numerous leadership and staff positions, to include Transportation Platoon Leader, Company Commander of two different units, and a variety of Logistics Corps assignments to include Support Operations Supply and Services Officer, Officer Strength Manager, and Officer Candidate School Instructor, as well as assignments at numerous military installations across the country.

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Mr. Antonio Tims

Recruiting Operations Officer

Mr. Antonio Tims serves as the key point of contact to the Professor of Military Science regarding recruitment and scholarship management for the Army ROTC program. Antonio also is responsible for recruiting events, marketing, and advertising of the ROTC program.

He supports and attends high school speaking engagements, career fairs, and a host of engagements that bridges the ROTC program to other activities, programs, JROTC schools, community services, and institutions. Mr. Tims began working in SROTC in 2010 as an instructor until 2013 when began serving in his current role.

He was born in Monroe, LA and graduated from Neville High School. Antonio enlisted in the Louisiana Army National Guard in 1999 as a 12T, Technical Engineering Specialist, in the 528th Engineer Battalion. Mr. Tims received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design and commissioned as an engineer officer in May of 2010 from the ROTC program.

He currently holds the rank of Captain in the Louisiana Army National Guard, and is the Commander of the 921st Engineer Company out of Winnsboro, LA.

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Captain Venson J. Walker was born and raised in Orangeburg, SC.  He graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from Troy State University in December 2005 and was commissioned in the Quartermaster Corps as a Second Lieutenant in December  2007.

Captain Walker’s previous assignments include:  Company Executive Officer, 1/34 Infantry Battalion; Supply Support Activity Platoon Leader for 598th Maintenance Company; Executive Officer 589th Maintenance Company; Supply Service Officer 13th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, battalion S-4, Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion, U.S. Army Pacific; and Company Commander for Headquarters Support Company, Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion, U.S. Army Pacific.

His military education includes the Basic Officers Leaders Couse, Quartermaster Officer Basic Course, Combat Logistics Captain Career Course, Petroleum Officer Course, Supply Service Management Officer Course, Sling Load Inspector, Sapper, Jungle Operations Expert, Parachute Rigger, Airborne, and Drill Sergeant.

Captain Walker’s awards include the Bronze Star Medal, Meritorious Service Medal (2), Joint Service Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal (7), Army Achievement Medal (8), National Defense Service Medal, Iraqi Campaign Medal (2), Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Service Medal, Global war on Terrorism Service Medal, Army Service Ribbon, the Non-Commissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon (3), and the Overseas Service Ribbon (2).

Captain Walker has three children; daughter Gabriela age 6, son Isaiah age 9 and son Messiah age 12.

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Mr. Reggie Walker

Logistics Technician

Mr. Reggie Walker serves as the key point of contact to the Professor of Military Science regarding the Logistics of the Cadet ROTC program. 

Reggie serves as the Tiger Battalion Liaison to the 6th Brigade and Cadet Command for the surrounding universities. Reggie has served in United States Army and retired with 32 years of Honorable Service. Reggie has over 35 years of Logistics and Physical Security military experience.

Mr. Reggie Walker hails from Sacramento, CA.