Chad Humphrey is the Director, 637th Training Support Squadron, 637th TRG Defense Language Institute English Language Center (DLIELC) at Lackland Air Force Base, 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 advisory body to the 637th TRG Commander on all issues dealing with strategic planning, processes and procedures, and a liaison to mission partners.
He has been employed at DLIELC since July 2009 and has overseen multiple improvement projects to included: an Area Development Plan and Economic Analysis, the creation of the .edu network, $500K Conference Center Renovation, $3.9M SRM Addition/Alteration project to International Support Squadron Building addition as well as the remodeling of all restrooms in Academics Buildings and construction of a $735K parking lot plus numerous smaller improvement projects in support of the DLIELC mission.
Prior to employment with the Air Force, Mr. Humphrey enlisted in the Marine Corps Reserves in June 1992 and graduated from the Oregon State University 1998, and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the Marine Corps in August 1998. He graduated the Basic School and Logistics Officer’s Course in 1999. Throughout his career, has served in various logistics positions as the MWSS-373 Squadron S-4a, Motor T Platoon Commander, Company Executive Officer, Officer-in-Charge of Camp Mu Juk Pohang, South Korea and Officer Selection Officer for Recruiting Station, Portland, Oregon. Additionally, he has served as the Marine Forces Europe Reserve G-4 Logistics Planner and deployed with Marine Central Command in support of Operation Enduring Freedom as a Logistics Liaison Officer. Upon completion of his deployment he took over as the Detachment “A” Officer in Charge for Environmental Services Division. He is currently a Major in the reserves and is assigned as the Recruiting Support Officer to Recruiting Station San Antonio, Texas.
In 2005, Mr. Humphrey left active duty to pursue a career in the private sector while staying active in the Marine Corps Reserves. During his civilian employment he worked 3+ years in Third Party Logistics and Wind Power Development before working for the Air Force.
1998 Bachelor in Political Science, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR
1998 Bachelor in Speech Communication, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR
2009 Graduate of Marine Corps Expeditionary Warfare School
2012 Graduate of Marine Corps Command and Staff College
(Current as of May 2016)