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Lieutenant Colonel Maurice “Moe”   Green, a native of Timmonsville,   South Carolina, entered the United   States Army in 2002 after being   commissioned as an Air Defense   Artillery Officer. LTC Green is a     distinguished military graduate of South Carolina State University in   Orangeburg, South Carolina where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice.  He also holds a   Master of Public Administration   from the University of Kansas, Masters of Arts in Business and Organizational Security Management from Webster University, and a Masters of Management in Human Resource Management from University of Phoenix. 


Lieutenant Colonel Green entered active duty after September 11, while our nation was preparing for war in Iraq.  He is an accomplished military police officer with combat experience in Iraq and Afghanistan, along with humanitarian assistance experience in Haiti. Over his 17-year career, he gained practical experience in combat operations, law enforcement, police development, rule of law and governance. His experiences are shaped by service in company, battalion, brigade, division, corps, joint/combined, and Department of the Army level staff positions. He is a proven peacetime and wartime problem solver with a record for producing excellence. 


In 2015 Lieutenant Colonel Green was selected as the U.S. Army Fellow to the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) and assumed duties in the Center for Police Leadership and Training as a National Instructor of Leadership. Upon completion of his duties as a fellow, Lieutenant Colonel Green was assigned to the Office of the Provost Marshall General (OPMG) located inside the Headquarters Department of the Army, at the Pentagon in Washington D.C.

In his most recent operational assignment, he served as the Deputy Brigade Commander for the Army's largest Military Police Brigade, comprised of five geographically-dispersed Combat Support Military Police Battalions and one Civil Affairs Battalion with 4,250 Soldiers; ready to deploy and support XVIII Airborne Corps, US FORSCOM, and geographic Combatant Commanders for worldwide contingency operations.

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