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U.S. Army Mission Support Battalion

Lt. Col. Rob Quint

Lieutenant Colonel Rob Quint commissioned as a Military Police Second Lieutenant in May 2001 from Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. He served in various assignments in Korea (Platoon Leader and Executive Officer), Fort Bragg (Platoon Leader and Executive Officer), and Fort Campbell (Brigade Combat Team Provost Marshal, two Troop Commands, and Division Commanding General's Aide-de-Camp).


He also served at Fort Bragg (Division Deputy Provost Marshal, Division Provost Marshal, Battalion S3, and Battalion Executive Officer), in Hawai'i at both Camp Smith (joint duty assignment as a J34 Branch Chief at U.S. Indo-Pacific Command) and Schofield Barracks (Deputy Brigade Commander), and at Fort Knox (Corps Deputy Provost Marshal). His deployments include Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) I & Il and OIF 07-08; and to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) 10-11.


In addition to his bachelor's degree in Law and Society from Purdue University, LTC Quint's civilian education includes two Master of Arts degrees; one in Business & Organizational Security (Webster University) and the other in National Security & Strategic Studies (U.S. Naval War College).

His military education consists of the U.S. Army Military Police Officer Basic Course (Fort Leonard Wood, MO), the U.S. Army Military Police Captain's Career Course (Fort Leonard Wood, MO), the U.S. College of Naval Command and Staff (Joint Professional Military Education [JPME]-I) (Newport, RI), and the Joint and Combined Warfighting School (JPME-II) (Norfolk, VA).


LTC Quint's awards include the Bronze Star ribbon (1 OLC), Defense Meritorious Service ribbon (1 OLC), Meritorious Service ribbon (1 OLC), Army Commendation ribbon (2 OLC and V Device), Army Achievement ribbon (1 OLC), Joint Meritorious Unit award (2 CS), Meritorious Unit Commendation award (3 CS), Navy Unit Commendation award, Army Reserve Components Achievement ribbon, National Defense Service ribbon, Afghanistan Campaign ribbon (1 CS), Iraq Campaign ribbon (3 CS), Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary ribbon, Global War on Terrorism Service ribbon, Korean Defense Service ribbon, Army Service ribbon, Overseas Service ribbon (Bronze 4), NATO ISAF ribbon, Combat Action badge, Parachutist badge, Air Assault badge, Ranger tab, German Armed Forces Military Efficiency badge (Gold), Chilean Parachutist badge, Egyptian Parachutist badge, German Parachutist badge, and Polish Parachutist badge.


LTC Quint is from Burleson, TX and is married to Jennifer Quint from Mechanicsburg, OH. They have three children, Robert Ill (Trip), Tessa, and Annabelle.