LeadershipUnited States Marine Corps Detachment (USMC)
Colonel Jarrod W. Stoutenborough, USMC
Colonel Stoutenborough enlisted on 23 September 1993 and graduated recruit training at MCRD San Diego. Following Financial Management School, Colonel Stoutenborough served as a Disbursing Clerk in 3d Force Service Support Group in Okinawa. Through the Enlisted Commissioning Program, he was commissioned in 1995.
Major Daniel S. Weinstein
Major Weinstein was born in Glen Ellyn, Illinois in 1987. He graduated from University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois in 2009 receiving a BA in History. The following year, he received a commission in the United States Marine Corps. Following TBS and Artillery Officer training, Second Lieutenant Weinstein received follow-on orders to 5th Battalion 10th Marine Regiment aboard Camp Lejeune, NC as the Battery Fire Direction Officer for Battery T. After a deployment for training to 29 Palms as part of EXERCISE ENHANCED MOJAVE VIPER in Aug 2011, he attended Tactical Air Control Party School at Coronado, CA. Upon successful completion, he checked in to 3d Battalion 9th Marine Regiment as a Company Fire Support Officer and Joint Terminal Attack Controller...
Sergeant Major John S. Studer
Sergeant Major John S. Studer assumed his current post as the Marine Corps Artillery Detachment Fort Sill Sergeant Major, in August 2019. A native of Humble, Texas, he attended recruit training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, CA, in November 1997. Attended the Marine Corps Cannon Crewman Course and awarded the MOS of 0811.