Master Sergeant Jeromy Fisher enlisted into the Kansas National Guard in 1998 as a fire control specialist for cannon artillery. After September 11th 2001, he volunteered for deployment no less than four times and served on three different continents. With his background in education, he was selected to participate in mil to mil missions where U.S. Army personnel train host nation forces. These missions include education of Bulgarian Non-Commissioned Officers for cadre to establish soldier developmental schools. Training the New Iraqi Army in mounted patrol operations to combat insurgency, and primary instructor of Ugandan Special Forces in urban warfare tactics. In 2016, MSG Fisher was selected to establish and instruct a SROTC two by two program curriculum at Garden City Community College through Pittsburg State University. In July of 2019, he was requested and transferred to Wichita to assist in establishing a four year JROTC program at Wichita State University. He currently resides in Wichita with his wife and two children.