Colonel Scott E. Conway is a Marine Corps Logistics Officer from Baltimore, MD, and graduate of the United States Naval Academy, Class of 1993. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, and was commissioned in May, 1993. Following Spanish language training in 2013, he attended the Inter-American Defense College where he simultaneously earned a Master of Science in Inter-American Defense and Security and a Master of Defense and Security Studies of the Americas (with Distinction) from La Academia Nacional de Estudios Políticos y Estratégicos (ANEPE) of Chile.
Commander Philip D. Zarum is a native of Marstons Mills, Massachusetts. A graduate of University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH with a BA in Geology, he was commissioned in August of 1996. He entered flight training in November of 1996 and was designated a Naval Flight Officer (NFO) in January of 1998.
Captain Edward Pingel was assigned as a Marine Officer Instructor to Norwich University in May 2021. He currently teaches Evolution of Warfare and serves as the Swim Test Administrator and Command Managed Equal Opportunity Manager. He attended Wabash College in Crawfordsville, IN where he graduated with honors and earned a bachelor's degree in Classical Studies in 2015.
Captain Robert E. Denoyer was assigned as the Marine Officer Instructor at Norwich University in June 2020. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, and was commissioned in May, 2013 via Georgia Institute of Technology NROTC.
Lieutenant Andrew M. Kline was assigned as the Nuclear Power Officer at Norwich University in November 2021. He teaches Ship Systems I and II, and prepares MIDN interested in the Nuclear Navy community for their qualification interviews and future responsibilities.
Gunnery Sergeant Zachary R. O’Connor was assigned as the the Assistant Marine Officer Instructor for the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps unit at Norwich University in March 2022. GySgt O’Connor is a Marine Aviation Ground Support Equipment Technician from Rochester, NY. He enlisted in the Marine Corps on 22 February 2007 and attended recruit training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot (MCRD), Parris Island Beaufort, South Carolina. After graduating recruit training, he attended Marine Combat Training (MCT) at Camp Geiger Jacksonville, North Carolina.
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