LIEUTENANT COLONEL JOHN D. SILVERMAN
Lieutenant Colonel John D. Silverman is a Professor of Aerospace Studies at Tulane University and the Commander of a satellite Air Force unit that administers a college-level officer training program serving 9 universities in the New Orleans area. He is responsible for recruiting, training, educating and mentoring Air Force officer candidates. Previously, he served as a Division Chief at the Air Force Personnel Center’s Total Force Service Center in the Operations Support and Knowledge Management Divisions.
Lt Col Silverman is a 1994 Graduate of the Florida State University and was commissioned through their ROTC program. He has served as a Personnel Officer at the Flight Command, Squadron Command, Major Command Staff, Air Force Personnel Center Staff, and at Headquarters Air Force levels.
Captain Jonathan Pellum
Operations Flight Commander
Captain Jonathan T. Pellum is an Assistant Professor of Aerospace Studies (APAS) at Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) Detachment 320, a satellite unit that administers officer training serving 9 universities in the New Orleans area. He is responsible for military education of cadets commissioning as second lieutenants in the active duty Air Force. His duties include teaching second year students and serving as the detachment's Operations Flight Commander responsible for training and developing cadets into quality leaders for the Air Force.
Capt Pellum, is a 2003 AFROTC graduate from Southern Illinois University served as an enlisted hospital corpsman in the U.S. Navy before commissioning into the Air Force. He began his Air Force career at the Human Systems Center, Brooks AFB, TX as a program manager assigned to the Wing Staff.
Staff Sergeant William Teal
NCOIC of Personnel
SSgt William H. Teal is the Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge (NCOIC) of Personnel and Human Resources at Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) Detachment 320, a satellite unit that administers officer training serving 9 universities in the New Orleans area. He is responsible for overseeing the cadet life-cycle as well as personnel actions. His duties include medical, physical, enlistments, categorization, and commissioning actions for all assigned cadets. In addition he also monitors all cadet pay actions, such as tuition/fees, subsistence, and textbook funds.
Current as of 18-May-2015
Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 70118 504-865-5000 firstname.lastname@example.org