CARLISLE BARRACKS, PA. — Lieutenant Colonel Steve Selzler, a Bismarck, North Dakota resident, graduated from the U.S. Army War College at Carlisle, Pa. with a master's degree in Strategic Studies, July 23, 2021.
The U.S. Army War College’s two-year education curriculum develops senior military officers to serve in strategic level command and staff positions worldwide. Lieutenant General Laura Potter, Deputy Chief of Staff for intelligence of the U.S. Army, presided and spoke to the class of 382 senior officers, international officers, and civilians serving at the Senior Executive Service level or above.
Selzler has been a member of the North Dakota Army National Guard since 1987 and is currently assigned as the 164th Regional Training Institute, 1st Engineer Battalion commander. He’s deployed with the 142nd Engineer Battalion during Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003-2004. Selzler and his wife, Mary, have three children, Zachary, Alexis, and Sarah. He is assigned full-time as the Deputy United States Property and Fiscal Officer for North Dakota.
The North Dakota National Guard is a trained and highly motivated force of about 4,000 Citizen-Soldiers and Citizen-Airmen. We are always prepared to provide ready units, individuals and equipment in support of our communities, state and nation. Always ready, always there.