LTC Dwayne M. Terry


Lieutenant Colonel Dwayne Terry assumed the duties of commander of the Army Field Support Battalion-Campbell in June 2021. He is a native of Henderson, North Carolina.

LTC Terry entered the U.S. Army Aug. 13, 1996. Upon completion of Advance Individual Training, he was assigned to the 567th Transportation Company, 24th Transportation Battalion, Fort Eustis, Virginia. During this assignment he deployed to Kuwait in support of .Operation Desert Thunder 1998 and participated in Bright Star 99 in Egypt. He received his commission as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army Transportation Corps May 2003.   

LTC Terry’s first assignment as an officer was with the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, as a platoon leader in the 494th Transportation Company. He deployed his platoon to Mosul, Iraq, in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom III, serving as a convoy commander combat logistical patrols. He served as the support operations transportation officer and the battalion operation officer (S3) for the 129th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion while deployed to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom 07-09. While assigned in South Korea, LTC Terry served as the support operation maintenance officer in charge with the 498th CSSB in Camp Carroll; commander of 595th Maintenance Company, K-16 Airbase; and battalion S3 with the 194th CSSB. LTC Terry served as the G-4 mobility division planner with the U.S. Army Central Command (USARCENT), and he served as the battalion executive officer for the 58th Transportation Battalion, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. In 2016 he deployed to Afghanistan serving as the chief planner for the J-4 division, and upon his return he served as the battalion XO of the 1st Battalion, 34th Infantry Regiment, South Carolina. Prior to assuming command, LTC Terry served as the G-4 mobility team chief for USARCENT.

LTC Terry’s military education includes: Command and General Staff College; Combined Logistic Captain Career Course; Transportation Officer Basic Course; Support Operation Course, Unit Movement Officer Course; Joint Operations Planning and Execution System Course; Equal Opportunity Course; and Air Assault School.

He received his master’s degree in family marriage counseling from Liberty University and his bachelor’s degree in marketing from Norfolk State University.

LTC Terry’s awards and decorations include: two Bronze Stars; three Meritorious Service Medals; the Joint Commendation Medal; three Army Commendation Medals; three Army Achievement Medals; the Joint Meritorious Unit Citation; two Meritorious Unit Citations; the Good Conduct Medal; the National Defense Service Medal; the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal; the Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal; the Global War of Terrorism Service Medal; the Army Service Medal and the Air Assault Badge.

LTC Terry is married and has two daughters.