Mathew J. Myers

CPT, Assistant Professor of Military Science

Captain Matthew J. Myers is a native of Appleton, WI and was commissioned in 2006 as a Second Lieutenant in the Wisconsin Army National Guard as an Infantry officer through the ROTC program at the University of Wisconsin – Madison with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry. 

CPT Myers spent three months as a Gold Bar Recruiter before attending the Infantry Officer Basic Course at Fort Benning, GA. Following IOBC CPT Myers attended Ranger school, graduating in July 2007. His first assignment was with A Co 2-127th Infantry Battalion in Waupun, WI. In 2009 CPT Myers deployed with A Co 2-127 as part of the 32nd IBCT’s deployment to Iraq as the unit’s Executive Officer. He attended the Maneuver Captain’s career course in 2010 and then took command of C Co 2-127. After a successful command CPT Myers served as the commander of D Co 2-127 and then eventually served as the Battalion S4 prior to accepting his current position.

CPT Myers entered the Active Guard Reserve force in December 2010. He served as the 2-127th’s Training Officer until September 2015. His major awards include the Bronze Star Medal, Army Commendation Medal (1 OLC), Army Achievement Medal, and Meritorious Unit Citation.