Tony Coe is the director, 637th Training Support Squadron, 637th Training Group, Defense Language Institute English Language Center, at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas. The mission of the 637th TRSS Director is to provide superior customer service support to the 637th TRG, 332nd TRS, 637th ISS and students in the areas of Logistics and Information Technology while serving as an advisor to the 637th TRG commander on all issues dealing with strategic planning, processes and procedures, and a liaison to mission partners.
Prior to his current position, Mr. Coe served as the Technology Flight Chief for the 637th TRG, providing IT support to resident students and faculty as well as non- resident locations worldwide. Additionally he continues to serve as the Program Manager for the DLIELC EDU enclave supporting the 637th TRG DoD English Language Training mission.
Mr. Coe served in the U.S. Army for 29 years, 23 on Active Duty. Enlisting in 1979, he initially served as an Infantryman and Scout Section leader. Upon receiving his commission in 1988 in the Field Artillery, he served in a number of positions in the US, West Germany and South Korea to include Platoon Fire Direction Officer, Battalion Reconnaissance/Survey Officer, Battalion Signal Officer, Battalion Liaison Officer, Headquarters Battery Commander, Battalion Operations Officer (S3), ROTC Instructor at the University of Oklahoma, Deputy of Strategic Programs for the National Training Center, Chief of Computer Security and Exploitation at the Land Information Warfare Activity, Information Assurance Network Officer, Division Automation Officer and Chief for the DLIELC Support Division, retiring in 2008.
1988 Bachelor of Science, Business Administration (Operations Mgmt), Cal Poly, Pomona, Calif.
1989 Field Artillery Basic Officer’s & Target Acquisition/Survey Officer courses, Fort Sill, Okla.
1992 Field Artillery Advanced Officer’s course, Fort Sill, Okla.
1993 Combined Arms Staff Service School (CAS3), Fort Leavenworth, Kan.
2000 Army Automation Officer Course, Fort Gordon, Ga.
2004 Command and General Staff course (non-resident)