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COL Don A. King Jr., native of Arcadia, Florida, enlisted into the US Army in 1986. His first assignment was in the 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment. While there, COL King attended Ranger School and deployed to Operation Just Cause. In 1991, he attended the Special Forces Qualification Course and graduated as a Special Forces Medic. He was then assigned to Company C, 2nd Battalion, 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne).

In 1995, COL King was commissioned as an Infantry 2d LT through Officer Candidate School (OCS). Following OCS, he was assigned to the 3rd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment. COL King served as a Ranger Platoon Leader before completing the Special Forces Detachment Officer's Qualification Course and was then assigned to the 3rd Special Forces Group (Airborne) in 2001. He commanded three Operational Detachment-Alpha(s) and deployed twice in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. He was then assigned to USASOC to serve as the Executive Officer to the Deputy Commanding General and deployed to Iraq as the Executive Officer to the Deputy Commanding General of Combined Forces Special Operations Component Command and the Commanding General of a Joint Interagency Task Force.

From 2006-2008, COL King commanded Company C, 3rd Battalion, 7th Special Forces (Airborne). In 2008, he was assigned to 2d Battalion, 1st Special Warfare Training Group (Airborne) as the Advanced Skills Battalion Operations Officer. From 2009-2011, he Commanded Special Forces Assessment and Selection, that later became the Army Special Operations Forces Assessment and Selection Company. In 2011, COL King served as the Director of Human Dynamics for the Special Warfare Education Group (Airborne).

From 2012-2014, COL King Commanded the US Army Marksmanship Unit, deploying portions of his command to conduct marksmanship training for the Afghan National Army. Following this command, he served as the Executive Officer to the Commanding General of the United States John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School. Most recently he served in Afghanistan as the Chief of Staff for the NATO Special Operations Component Command Afghanistan and the Special Operations Joint Task Force Afghanistan.

COL King holds a BS degree from Troy State and Master's degrees from Webster University and the United States Army War College.
COL King's awards and decorations include the Defense Superior Service Medal, Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal (6th award), Joint Service Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal (4th award), and Army Achievement Medal (6th award). He also holds the Combat Infantryman Badge (2 Awards), Expert Infantryman Badge, Master Parachute Badge (with Combat Star), Special Operations Combat Diver Badge, and the Special Forces and Ranger Tabs.

COL King is married to the former Rika Mando of Fayetteville North Carolina and has two sons, Tyler and Dakota.

Audy Snodgrass began his military career as an enlisted Soldier when he enlisted to be an Infantryman in 1973. He attended Basic and Advanced Infantry Training (AIT) in 1973 at Fort Polk, La. His first assignment was as an Infantry squad leader with the Third Infantry Division in Kitzingen, Germany. While there he was selected to attend the U.S. Military Academy Preparatory School at Fort Monmouth, N.J. Upon graduation from USMAPS, Snodgrass received an Army nomination to attend the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.

Upon his graduation from the Military Academy in 1980, Snodgrass received a commission in the Infantry. After a period of training at Fort Benning, Ga., he was assigned to 3d Battalion 11th Infantry (Mechanized), 5th Infantry Division (Mechanized) at Fort Polk. There he served as a weapons platoon leader, Infantry platoon leader, support platoon leader, company commander, and battalion S4. Snodgrass then served as an assistant professor of English at the Military Academy. Upon completion of that assignment, he served at the National Training Center, first as an observer-controller for the Green Team (Scorpions) and then later as the secretary of the general staff. After CGSC, Snodgrass served with the 1st Battalion 9th Cavalry, 1st Cavalry Division as an S3 operations officer. He then moved to serve as chief of operations for Readiness Group Fort Lewis, Wash. From Fort Lewis,. Snodgrass moved to Dhahran, Saudi Arabia where he served as G3 (Forward) for ARCENT-SA, where he coordinated the Patriot defense of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. From Saudi Arabia, Snodgrass was selected to be the G-3 for the 1st Armored Division in Bad Kreuznach, Germany.

There he led the effort to redeploy the division from Bosnia and return it to fighting proficiency. Afterwards, Snodgrass was selected to serve as the chief of plans for V Corps in Heidelberg, Germany. There he played a key role in the planning and execution of the ground preparations for the Kosovo Campaign. Selected for command, Snodgrass then moved to Fort Benning, Ga. where he assumed command of the 1-30th Infantry (Mechanized), 3d Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division. His command tour was highlighted by his unit’s selection to assist the 10th Mountain Division during its rotation supporting the peacekeeping mission in Kosovo.

Returning from the Balkans, Snodgrass assumed the position of deputy commander, 11th Infantry Regiment at Fort Benning. After attending the Air War College at Maxwell Air Force Base, he was assigned as the deputy chief of staff, G-3, for U.S. Army Japan (USARJ) and then later as USARJ chief of staff at Camp Zama, Japan. He retired from Army on Sept. 1, 2006. He then assumed the position of director of plans, training, and mobilization (DPTMS) for Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. He next assumed the position as director of DPTMS for Fort Hood, Texas in August 2007. From there, he went to the position of garrison manager, US Army Garrison Miami in March 2010. In January 2012, he assumed the position as garrison manager, Dugway Proving Ground. In March 2015, he was named the deputy garrison commander at Fort Sill, Okla.

His military training includes graduation from the Infantry Officer Basic and Advanced Courses, the Ranger Course, Airborne Course, Combined Staff Officer Course, Command and General Staff Officer Course, and the Bradley Infantry Vehicle Commander’s Course. Snodgrass’s education includes a Bachelor of Science degree from the Military Academy; a Master of Arts degree in English Literature from the University of Rochester, N.Y.; and a Master of Science Degree in Strategic Studies from the Air War College in Montgomery. Ala. Snodgrass has earned the Parachutist Badge, Ranger Tab, and Expert Infantryman’s Badge. His awards include the Legion of Merit with Oak Leaf Cluster, Meritorious Service Medal with eight Oak Leaf Clusters, the Army Commendation Medal with 3 Oak Leaf Clusters, Army Achievement Medal with two Oak Leaf Clusters, Army Superior Unit Medal (2 awards), Army Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal with numeral 2, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Kosovo Campaign Medal, Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon, Superior Civilian Service Award, Achievement Medal for Civilian Service, and NATO Medal.

Snodgrass is married to the former Hongvone Tran of Vientien, Laos. He has three children.

Jonathan S. Lutgens is a native of Jacksonville, Fla. In1982, he joined the Army Reserve as a military police officer. He enlisted in the regular Army in November 1990 as an infantryman. He has held all positions of responsibility from team leader to senior enlisted leader in the Infantry.

Lutgens recently returned from deployment where he served as the senior enlisted leader of Task Force Forge in Helmand Province, Afghanistan. Prior to this assignment, he served as the U.S. Army Garrison command sergeant major at Pohaluoa Training Area, Hawaii. His previous assignments include: 1st Battalion 26th Infantry Regiment (IR), Fort Knox, Ky; U.S. Army North, Fort Sam Houston, Texas; 4th Battalion 353rd Regiment, Fort Polk, LA.; 2nd Battalion 60th IR, Fort Jackson, S.C.; 1st Battalion 28th IR, Fort Jackson;1st Battalion 327th IR, Fort Campbell, Ky.; 2nd Battalion 327th IR; Fort Campbell; 2nd Battalion 5th Calvary Regiment Fort Hood, Texas; 1st Battalion 9th IR, Camp Hovey, Korea; Army Proving Ground, Yuma, Ariz.; John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center, Fort Bragg, N.C.; and 2nd Battalion 72nd Armor Regiment, Camp Casey, Korea.

Lutgens’ prior deployments include Bosnia/Kosovo, and numerous deployments to Afghanistan and Iraq.

Lutgen’s military education includes all levels of the NCO Education System, culminating with the U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy. He is a graduate of Air Assault School, Airborne School, Mechanized Leaders Course, Combative Instructor Course, Drill Instructor and Ranger School. Lutgens has a bachelor’s degree from Excelsior College.

His awards include the Bronze Star (with three oak leaf clusters (OLC)), the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Joint Meritorious Service Medal, the Meritorious Service Medal (with four OLC), the Army Commendation Medal (with silver oak leaf cluster), the Army Achievement Medal (with 10 OLC), Army Good Conduct Award (8th award), National Defense Service Ribbon (with star), Korean Defense Service, Afghan Campaign Medal (with two stars), Iraqi Campaign Medal (with three stars), Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Armed Forces Service Medal, NCO Professional Development Ribbon (with numeral 4), Army Service Ribbon, NATO Medal (with two stars), Overseas Ribbon (with numeral 7). In addition to the Combat Infantryman Badge, he earned the Expert Infantryman Badge, Airborne Badge, Air Assault Badge, Drill Sergeant Badge and the Ranger Tab. Lutgens also received the Order of Saint Maurice.

Lutgens is married to the former Grace Kim of Teague, South Korea. They have one daughter and two sons.