Mr. Aaron Chudosky is a Marine Corps, Operation Iraqi Freedom Veteran and the administrative officer for the Force Fitness Division. He was born in Albany, NY and enlisted into the Marine Corps’ delayed entry program in June of 2000. Following his graduation in June 2001, Aaron immediately left for recruit training, Parris Island, SC where he earned the title United States Marine, in September of 2001.
After his graduation from recruit training, Mr. Chudosky attended Personnel Administration School, Camp Johnson, NC. Following PA school, he was sent on Temporary Additional Duty (TAD) to the Promotions Branch, Marine Corps Base Quantico, and would later be assigned to the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory (MCWL). During his time at MCWL, Mr. Chudosky was sent TAD to the Officer Candidate School where he continued to learn all facets of the Administration field.
In 2004, Mr. Chudosky volunteered to deploy as an Individual Augment to the Multi National Security Transition Command-Iraq. Shortly after arriving into country, he was assigned to the Commanding General’s Personal Security Detail where he conducted security and crisis response missions. His outstanding performance during his tour, earned him two Joint Service Achievement Medals.
Following his return from deployment in 2005, Mr. Chudosky left active duty and joined the Marine Corps Reserve. He mobilized with MCWL in 2005 where he served as the Commanding General’s driver and assistant facilities security officer until 2009. Upon completion of his mobilization, Mr. Chudosky accepted a position as a satellite communications technician where he deployed to Afghanistan twice to support joint forces, as well as Japan during Operation Tomodachi.
In 2012, Mr. Chudosky mobilized to the Wounded Warrior Regiment (WWR), Quantico VA. He served as the awards chief and was additionally assigned as the Regimental Colors Sergeant. During this period of mobilization, he directly supported the Wounded Warrior Trials, and Wounded Warrior Games in 2012 and 2013. His additional reserve billets include, assistant admin chief for the First Naval Construction Division, Reserve Admin Chief, Training and Education Command, and currently as Guard Chief, Security Battalion.
In 2014, Mr. Chudosky accepted a temporary position as an Executive Assistant (EA) to the Director for the Transition to Veterans Program Office. Later that year, he accepted a civil servant position with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) where he served in the Chief Information Office as an EA as well as Unit Security Officer until 2017. During his time with USAID, Mr. Chudosky earned multiple awards to include a Certificate of Excellence.
Mr. Chudosky has a Bachelor’s Degree in Information Systems Management from Strayer University. His Military decorations include The Joint Service Achievement Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal, Armed Forces Reserve Medal, along with other various campaign and service awards. In his free time, Mr. Chudosky enjoys training household and working dogs, as well as fitness training. He has competed in the National Gym Association, Men’s Physique division. He currently resides in Stafford Virginia.