Professor of Military Science
Contact Information 
Email: Robbie.Cross.mil@mail.mil
Telephone: (334) 727-8379

LTC Robbie Cross was born in South Carolina and reared in Pemberton, NJ.  He is prior service, first serving in HHT 3/3 Armored Cavalry Regiment at Fort Bliss, TX.  He was a Distinguished Military Graduate and received his commission through Army ROTC at Alabama A & M University.    LTC Cross was branch detailed from the Quartermaster Corps to Infantry for his first assignment as an officer.  Upon completing the Infantry Officer Basic Course, LTC Cross served as an Infantry Platoon Leader and Executive Officer in E Co, 2nd Battalion, 9th Infantry, 2nd Infantry Division, Korea.

Afterwad, LTC Cross served as a Platoon Leader and Executive Officer of 488th QM Company, 530th Supply & Services Battalion and the Chief of Supply, 1st COSCOM at Fort Bragg, NC.  Following the Combined Logistics Captains Career Course, he was assigned to Vicenza, Italy, serving as the Operations Officer for 22d Area Support Group (ASG) followed by Company Command of HHC, 22d ASG.

Subsequent positions include Assistant Professor of Military Science at the University of South Alabama; Logistics Advisor, Office of the Program Manager, Saudi Arabia Modernization Program in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; Instructor of Theater Logistics at the Army Logistics Management College/Army Logistics University.  Just prior to his assignment as the Golden Tiger Battalion Commander, he served as the Combat Service Support Team Chief at Camp Blackhorse, Kabul, Afghanistan, and Camp Stone, Herat, Afghanistan.

LTC Cross’s military education includes a B.S. in Management, M.S. in Logistics Management, Intermediate Level Education (ILE), Combined Arms and Staff Services School, Logistics Executive Development Course.  His awards include the Bronze Star, 4 Meritorious Service Medals, 3 Army Commendation Medals, 4 Army Achievement Medals, National Defense Service Medal, Kosovo Campaign Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Korean Defense Service Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal, and the NATO Medal.  His badges include Airborne, Air Assault, and Rigger.

LTC Cross is married to the former Delois Ann Jones and they have one child, Robbie, Jr.

Senior Military Instructor
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Email: Freddie.Green.mil@mail.mil
Telephone: (334)727-8385

Master Sergeant Freddie M. Green is a native of Moss Point, Mississippi.  He entered the U.S. Army in January 1994, and completed One Station Unit Training (OSUT) at Fort Knox, Kentucky, graduating as a Cavalry Scout.      

MSG Green has completed tours that include A Troop 4/9th Cavalry and E Company 3/17th Cavalry in Wainwright, Alaska; 3rd Squadron, 2nd Armor Cavalry Regiment, Fort Polk, Louisiana (deploying to Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia); the US Army Non-commissioned Officers Academy at Fort Knox, Kentucky; Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1st Regiment, 72nd Armor Battalion in South Korea; 1st Squadron, 3rd Armor Cavalry Regiment, Fort Carson, Colorado (deploying in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom(OIF)); 1st Battalion, 393 Infantry Regiment, 2-14 Cavalry Squadron (deploying twice in support of OIF and Operation New Dawn.  He also served as First Sergeant for A Troop and Headquarters and Headquarters Troop.  Prior to his assignment as the Senior Military Instructor for Tuskegee University in 2012, MSG Green served in numerous positions of responsibility starting with Cavalry Scout driver, M60, M240, M2 gunner, Senior Scout, Truck Commander, Bradley Commander, Squad Leader, Section Sergeant, Instructor, Platoon Sergeant, and First Sergeant.                                           
MSG Green’s military education includes the Warrior Leaders’ Course; in 1999, he graduated from the Advance Leaders’ Course and in 2005 he graduated from the Senior Leaders’ Course. MSG Green has completed the Combat Lifesaver Course, Small Group Instructor Training Course, and the Instructor Training Course.  He also earned an Associate’s Degree in Applied Science from Faulkner State Community College in Bay Minette, Alabama.

MSG Green’s military awards, decorations, and badges include the Bronze Star (with valor, 2 awards), the Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medals (8), Army Achievement (2) Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Armed Forces Service Medal, NCO Professional Development Ribbon (3), Good Conduct Medal (6), Overseas Service Ribbon (3), NATO Medal, Air Assault Badge, Combat Action Badge, Physical Fitness Badge, Order of St. George, Five Orders of the Spur, and numerous Certificates of Achievement and Training.  MSG Green is also a member of the Excellence in Cavalry program.

MSG Green is married to the former Ms. Ebony M. Buckner and is the father of one son, Antonio Buckner, and three daughters: Markeya, Taya, Mercori.

Executive Officer/MSIII Instructor
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Email: rodney.bolden.mil@mail.mil
Telephone: (334)727-8377

CPT Rodney G. Bolden Jr. is a native of Brandywine, Maryland. He entered the United States Army as a Second Lieutenant in December 2006. He completed the Basic Officer Leaders’ Course and Field Artillery Officer Basic Course at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. After successfully completing his obligation as a Field Artillery Officer, in 2011 CPT Bolden then transitioned to the United States Army Signal Corps.

CPT Bolden’s previous assignments include: 1-15th Field Artillery Battalion as a platoon Fire Direction Officer (2007-2008), Camp Hovey, Korea; 1-9 Infantry Battalion as a company Fire Support Officer (2008-2008), Camp Casey, Korea; 2-12 Infantry Battalion as a company Fire Support Officer (2008-2009) Fort Carson, Colorado; 2-77 Field Artillery Battalion as a Battalion Fire Direction Officer (2009-2011) Fort Carson, Colorado; and 2-3 Brigade Special Troops Battalion as the Signal Company Commander (2011-2013) Fort Stewart, Georgia; 3rd Infantry Division G6 (2013-present) Fort Stewart, Georgia.

His military education includes the Airborne Course, M109A6 Paladin Leaders Course, Signal Officer Branch Qualification Course, Signal Officer Advance Course, and the Signal Captain’s Career Course. CPT Bolden’s awards include the Army Commendation Medal with three Oak Leaf Clusters, Army Achievement Medal with one Oak Leaf Cluster, Meritorious Unit Citation, National Defense Service Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Service Medal with one Bronze Star, Global War on Terrorism, Korean Defense Service Medal, Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon with Numeral 2, National Defense Service Medal, Combat Action Badge, and the Airborne Badge.

CPT Bolden has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in World History from Saint Augustine’s University in Raleigh, North Carolina, and is currently working on his Master’s Degree in Network Security Management. 

Human Resources Technician
Contact Information
Email: Bmcdade@mytu.tuskegee.edu
Telephone: (334)727-8318

Mrs. Brenda McDade was born in Tuskegee, Alabama, at John A. Andrew Memorial Hospital, the facility now home to the U.S. National Bioethics Center on the campus of  Tuskegee University; she was reared in Montgomery, Alabama.  She is graduated from Alabama A & M University, Normal, Alabama, in 1984, with a Bachelors of Science degree in Business Management.

Mrs. McDade has been employed by the Department of Defense and with the Army ROTC program for over 23 years as a Human Resource Assistant.  She began her career with the Auburn University “Tiger” Battalion in 1984, and transferred to Tuskegee University's “Golden Tiger” Battalion in 1994. 

Mrs. McDade is a member of the Mt. Meigs Church of Christ where her husband serves as the Assistant Pastor and Youth Minister.Mrs. McDade and her husband Anthony have six children:  Vinson, Anginetta, Breanna, Antonia, Anthonese, and Anthony II, and one adopted daughter, Krya McGill.

Supply Technician/ MS I Instructor
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Email: Jimmy.Davis1.civ@mail.mil
Telephone: (334) 727-8649

Mr. Jimmy Davis is a native of Montgomery, Alabama.  He earned a bachelor's degree in Business Administration in Management from Trinity College, Metairie, Louisiana, in 2004.   Mr. Davis enlisted in the June 1978.  He completed Basic Training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina, and graduated from 76P Materiel Control and Accounting Specialist Advanced Individual Training (AIT), Fort Lee Virginia.  

Mr. Davis's first duty station was the 24th Infantry Division Materiel Management Center (DMMC), Hunter Army Airfield, Georgia.  His overseas tours of duty include Holland, Netherlands; Hawaii, two in the Republic of Korea, and two tours in Germany.  Stateside, he served at Anniston Army Depot, Alabama; Fort Benning, Georgia, and Fort Riley, Kansas.  Mr. Davis held positions from Squad Leader to Sergeant Major.

Mr. Davis’s military education includes the Basic and Advanced Non-Commissioned Officer Academies, Master Fitness Coursel, and the Sergeant Major's Academy.

Mr. Davis's military awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit, Meritorious Service Medal (2nd Award), Joint Service Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal (7th award), Army Achievement Medal (8th award), National Defense Service Medal, the Army Service Ribbon, and the Overseas Service Ribbon.

After retiring as a Master Sergeant with 24 years of service, Mr. Davis was employed with AAFES.  He also worked for the Department of State in Al Hilas, Iraq, as an Assistant Project Manager. 

Mr. Davis currently lives in Montgomery, Alabama, and has two sons, Jimmy, Jr. and Jamal.

Recruiter/Instructor/Army National Guard Liaison
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SFC Pedro C. Broomes was born in Barbados, West Indies, and reared in Bronx, New York. He joined the United States Army on 12 January 1996, and attended Basic Training and Advance Individual Training at Fort Knox, Ky. He enlisted as a Bradley Turret Mechanic. He joined the Alabama Army National Guard in July 2000.

SFC Broomes has served in multiple units including HHC 1-29 Infantry Regiment, Fort Benning, Ga.; Alpha Company, 1-167 Infantry Battalion, Valley, Alabama. During his tenure in Alpha Company, SFC Broomes served in a CONUS Deployment and three hurricane duty assignments. He also served in 167th Forward Support Company, Oxford Alabama; and most recently with the 22nd Recruiting and Retention Battalion in Montgomery, Ala.

SFC Broomes has served in a variety of positions such as Brigade Bradley Turret Mechanic, Alpha Company Bradley Turret Mechanic (SL), Alpha Company Motor Sergeant (PSG), Detachment 08 Recruiting Sustainment Program (RSP) Admin NCO, Battalion Recruiting NCO, Officer Strength Management (OSM) Team NCO (Tuskegee University) and, 22nd R&R Battalion Recruiting NCO (TL).

SFC Broomes’ military education includes Air Assault School, Combat Life Saver (CLS), Primary Leadership Development Course (PLDC), Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course (BNCOC), Recruiting and Retention School, Instructor Training Course (ITC), Recruiting Operations Officer (ROO) Course, Officer Strength Management Course (OSM) and Senior Leaders Course (SLC).

SFC Broomes’ awards and badges include the Army Commendation Medal, the Army Achievement Medal (3rd Award), the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, the NCO Development Ribbon, the Good Conduct Medal, the Recruiter Ribbon, the Armed Forces Service Medal, the National Defense Service Medal, Reserve Achievement Medal (2nd Award), Driver’s Badge Track, Mechanic’s Badge Track, and Master Recruiter’s Badge.

SFC Broomes holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting and a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) from Troy University. He is a member of the United States Tennis Association (USTA) and the National Guard NCO Association. SFC Broomes is married to the former Syretta Jones of Smiths, Alabama; they have three children, Pedro, Xavius and Alexius.