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Curtis Thorwald Anderson II

Born January 11, 1969, Fort Bragg, NC
Gender Male
Parents Curtis and Wanda Anderson
Schools Attended

Blackduck High School, Blackduck, MN / Bemidji State University, Bemidji, MN

Branch of Service Army
Additional Identifiers Commissioned or Warrant Officer
Service Timeframe 1989 - 2019
War/Conflict Persian Gulf 1990-1991
Iraq 2003-2010
Afghanistan 2001-2014
Principal Units and Locations

82nd Airborne Div Ft Bragg, NC / 96th Civil Affairs BN, Ft Bragg, NC / SETAF, Vicenza, Italy / 2nd Info Div, South Korea/ 3rd Army, CFLCC Kuwait, Iraq / USPACOM, Hawaii / Headquarters, US Army Pentagon Washington DC

Military Awards and Decorations

Legion of Merit, 2 Bronze Stars, Defense Meritorious Medal, Combat Action Badge, Master Parachutist Badge, Army Staff Identification Badge, German, Canadian, and Jordanian Jump Wings

LTC Curt Anderson at US Captiol supporting the 2017 Presidential Inauguration as a Military Assistant


LTC (ret) Curtis Anderson served over 28 years in the US Army. His tenure in the U.S. Army spanned from 1992 to 2019, advancing from the rank of lieutenant to the rank of colonel. Initially stationed at Fort Bragg in North Carolina, he later served in Afghanistan, Jordan, Kuwait and Iraq, eventually becoming appointed as the branch chief for the headquarters of the Department of the Army. During this time, Mr. Anderson trained over 200 joint service members, providing rapid response to humanitarian, disaster relief, and security, and notably assisted 30 experts from throughout the U.S. Department of Defense.

In 2017, Mr. Anderson was honored to be selected to serve as a military assistant for the presidential inauguration. He also had the pleasure of participating as a U.S. Army coordinator and participant in the Four Nations Army World War I Centennial Staff Ride.