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Kent D. Koebke was born on 30 July 1952 in Madison, Wisconsin. He graduated from Fort Atkinson High School and attended the University of Wisconsin Ė Whitewater, graduating in 1974 with a Bachelor of Science in Political Science. In addition, he holds a Master of Arts in Education from East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, and a Master Science in Strategic Intelligence from the Defense Intelligence College.

 

He was commissioned a USMC Second Lieutenant in August 1974, and upon completion of The Basic School attended the Armor Officer Basic course at Fort Knox, Kentucky where he was on the Commandant's list.  In the summer of 1975, he joined Third Tank Battalion, Okinawa, Japan and served as a Tank Platoon Commander with an afloat Marine Amphibious Unit.  Returning to the United States in August 1976, he was assigned as Adjutant for the Armed Forces Examining and Entrance Station in Indianapolis, Indiana. As a newly promoted Captain, from August to December 1979, he attended the, Basic Communications, Officer Course at Quantico, Virginia. He was then transferred to Second Radio Battalion, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.  In May 1982 he was assigned as Commanding Officer, Company C, Marine Support Battalion, Guam. His additional duties with the Naval Security Group Department while in Guam were as both Assistant Operations and Operations Officer.

 

Returning to Washington, D.C. in November 1983, he was assigned as a student at the Defense Intelligence College in the Post Graduate Intelligence Program. In September 1984, he was awarded a Master of Science in Strategic Intelligence. His thesis topic for this degree was "The USS Pueblo Incident, Warning Cycle". Upon promotion to Major, he was assigned as Commanding Officer, Company D, Marine Support Battalion, Panama. Additionally, he was the Operations Officer at Naval Security Group Activity, Galeta Island, Panama. During this period NSGA Galeta was selected as the U.S. Navyís nomination for the National Security Agency Travis Trophy.  From the fall 1986 to spring 1987 he attended the USMC Command and Staff College, Quantico, Virginia. He was presented the LtGen Edward W. Smedecker Award for the most noteworthy paper on C4I2 for "Bayesian Analysis, another tool for the Intelligence Officer."

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                In July 1987 he was transferred to III MEF, Okinawa, as Force Signals Intelligence Officer/Assistant Special Security Officer.  Upon selection as a fellow for the National Security Agency, he transferred to Fort Meade, Maryland in 1989.  Additionally, as a fellow he worked in the Counter Narcotics Center, CIA. During the Gulf War, he supported, from HQMC, the two Radio Battalions deployed in the Gulf.  Afterwards he deployed to the Gulf to assess Marine Electronic Warfare Support. While commanding First Radio Battalion 1991‑1993, the battalion provided detachments in support of the Philippine withdrawal and operations in Somalia.  June 1993‑November 1996 LtCol Koebke was assigned to the Intelligence Directorate at HQ, US European Command. From USEUCOM he deployed with UN and NATO forces in Former Yugoslavia during peacekeeping operations and with NATO air forces during the Bosnian Air Campaign in 1995. Additionally, he deployed as the Intelligence Officer for the Joint Task Force providing support to Rwandan refugees in Goma, Zaire. As a participant in the Australian College of Defense and Strategic Studies in Canberra, 1997, Col Koebke studied the Asian/Pacific region.  He was assigned to Marine Forces Pacific as the AC\S G-2 and served as a member on the USMC Force Structure Planning Group in 1999.      

                After retiring form the Corps, he joined a plant management team in Fort Atkinson, his hometown followed by a position as a U. S. History teacher at Beloit Memorial High School.  In July 2002 he accepted his present position as Dean for Student Services at St. Johnís Northwestern Military Academy, Delafield, Wisconsin.  In addition, he teaches Economics and Management at Madison Area Technical College. 

                In July 1987 he was transferred to III MEF, Okinawa, as Force Signals Intelligence Officer/Assistant Special Security Officer.  Upon selection as a fellow for the National Security Agency, he transferred to Fort Meade, Maryland in 1989.  Additionally, as a fellow he worked in the Counter Narcotics Center, CIA. During the Gulf War, he supported, from HQMC, the two Radio Battalions deployed in the Gulf.  Afterwards he deployed to the Gulf to assess Marine Electronic Warfare Support. While commanding First Radio Battalion 1991‑1993, the battalion provided detachments in support of the Philippine withdrawal and operations in Somalia.  June 1993‑November 1996 LtCol Koebke was assigned to the Intelligence Directorate at HQ, US European Command. From USEUCOM he deployed with UN and NATO forces in Former Yugoslavia during peacekeeping operations and with NATO air forces during the Bosnian Air Campaign in 1995. Additionally, he deployed as the Intelligence Officer for the Joint Task Force providing support to Rwandan refugees in Goma, Zaire. As a participant in the Australian College of Defense and Strategic Studies in Canberra, 1997, Col Koebke studied the Asian/Pacific region.  He was assigned to Marine Forces Pacific as the AC\S G-2 and served as a member on the USMC Force Structure Planning Group in 1999.      

                After retiring form the Corps, he joined a plant management team in Fort Atkinson, his hometown followed by a position as a U. S. History teacher at Beloit Memorial High School.  In July 2002 he accepted his present position as Dean for Student Services at St. Johnís Northwestern Military Academy, Delafield, Wisconsin.  In addition, he teaches Economics and Management at Madison Area Technical College. 

In July 1987 he was transferred to III MEF, Okinawa, as Force Signals Intelligence Officer/Assistant Special Security Officer.  Upon selection as a fellow for the Director of the National Security Agency, he transferred to Fort Meade, Maryland in 1989.  As a fellow he worked in the Counter Narcotics Center.  During the 1991 Gulf War while at HQMC he supported the two Radio Battalions deployed in the Gulf.  Afterwards, he deployed to the Gulf to assess Marine Electronic Warfare Support. While commanding First Radio Battalion 1991‑1993, the battalion provided detachments in support of the Philippine withdrawal and operations in Somalia.  June 1993‑November 1996 LtCol Koebke was assigned to the Intelligence Directorate at HQ, US European Command. From USEUCOM he deployed with UN and NATO forces in Former Yugoslavia during peacekeeping operations and with NATO air forces during the Bosnian Air Campaign in 1995. Additionally, he deployed with the Joint Task Force providing support to Rwandan refugees in Goma, Zaire. As a participant in the Australian College of Defense and Strategic Studies in Canberra, 1997, Col Koebke studied the Asian/Pacific region and strategic planning.  He was assigned to Marine Forces Pacific as the AC\S G-2 and served as a member on the USMC Force Structure Planning Group reorganizing the person power of the Marines.

 

After retiring form the Corps, he joined a plant management team in Fort Atkinson, his hometown followed by a position as a U. S. History teacher at Beloit Memorial High School.  Fall 2002 he was the Dean for Student Services at St. Johnís Northwestern Military Academy, Delafield, Wisconsin.  In August 2003 he accepted his present position at Madison Area Technical College, Watertown WI as the Career and Academic Adviser.   June 2005 he presented an article on Retention at the National Career Development Association Conference in Orlando Florida.

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He has taught evening/weekend classes in Business Communications, Economics and Management at Madison Area Technical College, Upper Iowa University, Marian University and Cardinal Stritch University.   2003- 2007, Kent served on the Board of Directors for the Milwaukee Leadership Training Center, a charter school working with extremely high risk Middle and High School students.   Kentís family has hosted five foreign exchange students in their house for up to a year and their son William participated on a Rotary Summer exchange with a German family.  This year Kent and his wife, Dianna, will be hosting an AFS exchange teacher from China for the school year in their home.

 

Kent is an active member of Fort Atkinson Disabled American Veterans Chapter 39 and is the President of the Fort Atkinson Board of Education.  As the Chairman of the Finance Committee at the First United Methodist Church in Fort Atkinson, he is presently assisting in a long range planning effort.  Kent and Dianna are church leaders, they have mentored/taught new membership and adult Sunday School classes.  They were part of the formation group for the the annual Ecumenical Christian Music Fest in Fort Atkinson.   All proceeds from this community event go to the Fort Food Pantry.  Additionally, Kent has volunteered time at the food pantry.

 

He also has participated on Volunteer in Mission trips helping to rebuild Florida after hurricane Ivan and New Orleans after hurricane Katrina.  Recently he assisted in building a house in Ithica, Wisconsin, a church camp in Northern Wisconsin and a Habitat for Humanity house in Cold Springs.  Kent enjoys being a Boy Scout leader and works with scouts in planning their Eagle projects.  Additionally, he has been a Woodbadge leader, a trainer for scout leaders.  He has worked with scouts in Germany, Australia and the United States and he is a proud Eagle Scout; as are his two sons.  Kent and Dianna assisted in organizing the first Venture/Boy Scout/Girl Scout day long competition for older scout in Fort Atkinson, The Rock River Regatta. They now lend a hand with this event each year by running events.

 

Kent has kept his ties with the active duty military community and is supporting our troops by organizing the collection of school supplies for Afghanistan.  As a part of their community relation building efforts Northeast of Kabul, these supplies will be given to needy students. Kent organized an end-of-year collection of school supplies from our area school students.  These supplies which would normally be thrown away will supplement the supplies being sent to our troops in Afghanistan.   Kent is also a partner in a Civil War original and replica gun business in Whitewater.

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