CH (COL) Alan F. Pomaville, USA
IWP USWAC Fellow, 2013-14
Chaplain Alan F. Pomaville earned a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice from Saginaw Valley State University, Saginaw MI; Master of Science in Educational Leadership from Troy State University, Troy, AL; Master of Divinity from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Wake Forest, NC; and a D.Min from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Kansas City, MO.
His military education includes the Officer Basic and Advanced Courses for both Chaplain and Military Police Corps; Airborne and Air Assault Course; Special Reaction Team and Protective Services Courses; Combat Medical Ministry Course; Command and General Staff College; Faculty Development/Instructor Course and the Chaplain Lieutenant Colonel Course.
Previous assignments include: Total Force Integrator at the United States Army Chaplain Center and School, Fort Jackson, SC; Deputy Command Chaplain, 3rd Medical Deployment Support Command, Fort Gillem, GA; Deputy Pentagon Chaplain, Pentagon Chaplains Office, Washington DC; Brigade Chaplain, 322nd Civil Affairs Brigade, Camp Slayer, Baghdad Iraq; Brigade Chaplain, 1st Military Police Brigade, 80th TNG Command, Fort Meade, MD; Battalion Chaplain, 2-518th Reception BN; 108th TNG Command, Wilson, NC. Key Military Police assignments include: Squad Leader, MP Det. Fort Story, VA; Platoon Leader, 144th MP Co. Owosso, MI; Platoon Leader, 58th MP Co & BN S1, Schofield Barracks MP BN, Schofield Barracks, HI; Operations Officer, Provost Marshal Office, Fort Lee, VA. CH Pomaville received his commission through the Central Michigan University ROTC Program as a Distinguished Military Graduate.
He attended the Institute of World Politics as an Army War College Fellow from 2013 to 2014 and is reporting to Ft. Bragg, NC to be the Deputy Command Chaplain at the US Army Reserve Command (USARC).