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Military Biography

  1. 1. Major Thomas W. Muehleisen Deputy J6/G6/DOIM, Washington Army National Guard Major Muehleisen currently serves as both the full time and traditional deputy J6 and G6/DOIM. In this role, he is the senior army advisor to the J6 and Director on Command, Control, Communication and Computers (C4). He is Washington state’sState’s Designated Approving Authority for GuardnetXXI and in that role, protects a robust data, voice and video network used by army, air and state personnel for routine and emergent operations. Major Muehleisen was commissioned in 1990 at Fort Benning, GA, upon completion of federal OCS. Prior to receiving his commission, he was a platoon sergeant in C Company, 1st Battalion, 161st Infantry in Pullman, Washington .Washington. EDUCATION: 2008 CGSC, Intermediate Level Education, by correspondence 2000 CGSC, Combined Army Staff Services School, Fort Hunter-Ligget, CA and Camp Murray, Washington 1994 Infantry Officer Advanced Course, Fort Benning, GA 1993 Army Master Fitness Course (honor graduate), Camp San Luis Obispo, CA 1993 Air Assault School, Camp Gruber, OK 1993 Scout Platoon Leaders Course, Fort Knox, KY 1992 Washington State University, Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering, Pullman, Washington 1990 Infantry Officer Basic Course, Fort Benning, GA 1988 Primary Leadership Development Course (honor graduate), Camp Williams, UT 1985 Ranger School, Fort Benning, GA 1984 Jungle Expert, Fort Sherman, Panama 1984 Ranger Indoctrination Program, Fort Lewis, Washington 1984 Airborne School, Fort Benning, GA 1984 Infantry Basic and Advance Individual Training, Fort Benning, GA ASSIGNMENTS: March 1984 – July 1986, Airborne Ranger, Fort Lewis, Washington 1. 2. July 1987 – July 1989, Squad Leader, C 1/161 Infantry, Pullman, Washington 3. July 1988 – August 1990, Platoon Sergeant, C 1/161 Infantry, Pullman, Washington 4. August 1990 – August 1992, Anti-Armor Platoon Leader, E 1/161 Infantry, Colville, Washington 5. September 1992 – January 1993, Infantry Platoon Leader, B 1/161 Infantry, Spokane, Washington 6. January 1993 – August 1995, Scout Platoon Leader, HHC 1/161 Infantry, Spokane, Washington
  2. 2. 7. August 1995 – August 1996, Liaison Officer, HHC 1/161 Infantry, Spokane, Washington 8. August 1996 – August 1998, Commander, B 1/161 Infantry, Spokane, Washington 9. August 1998 – July 1999, Assistant S3, HHC 1/161 Infantry, Spokane, Washington 10. August 1999 – September 2002, S2, HHC 1/161 Infantry, Spokane, Washington 11. October 2002 – May 2005, S6, HHC 81st Brigade Combat Team, Seattle, Washington 12. June 2005 – May 2007, G6, Washington Army National Guard, Camp Murray, Washington 13. June 2007 – June 2008, Executive Officer, HQ 1/303 Armored Reconnaissance Squadron, Kent, Washington 14. July 2008 – present, Deputy J6, Joint Forces Headquarters - Washington, Camp Murray. Washington MAJOR AWARDS AND DECORATIONS: Bronze Star Army Commendation Medal Army Achievement Medal (with 1 Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster) Army Reserve Component Achievement Medal (with 1 Silver Oak Leaf Cluster) National Defense Service Medal (with Bronze Star) Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal Global War on Terrorism Service Medal Armed Forces Service Medal Humanitarian Service Medal Armed Forces Reserve Medal (with quot;Mquot; Device and Gold Hourglass) Army Service Ribbon Ranger Tab Expert Infantryman Badge Combat Infantryman Badge Parachutist Badge Air Assault Badge Jungle Expert Belgian Parachutist Badge OTHER ACHIEVEMENTS: 1998 Region V NCO Academy Leadership Award 1991 Best Senior Phase Instructor, Washington State Officer Candidate School 1999 Superior Consultant, “Hit the Ground Running” award EFFECTIVE DATES OF PROMOTION: Second Lieutenant 23 August 1990 First Lieutenant XX ??23 August 1993 Captain 4 June 1997 Major 4 February 2004