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David Peacock

Adjunct Instructor



David is an active Sergeant in the Florida National Guard. He is directly responsible as a section leader in Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Target Acquisition (RSTA) platoon in a Cavalry Squadron assigned to an Infantry Brigade Combat Team. Charged with the health, morale, welfare, discipline, individual/collective training and the professional development of enlisted soldiers.

Prior to David's Guard duty, he was a Sergeant in the US Army stationed at Ft. Stewart, Georgia. He was directly responsible for the division's training, conducting field missions, enforcing standards and regulations and receiving and accomplishing orders. David reorganized the division’s financial spreadsheets to organize & utilize their systems more readily. He was also responsible for the creation of the fire safety plan, fire markers, and escape routes.


Responsibilities/Accomplishments include: 

  • Coordinate directly with Command Sergeant Major.

  • Establishing new policies and procedures for the unit and base.

  • Responsible for the collecting, consolidation and analyzing readiness data utilizing automated systems.

  • Collecting and maintaining Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) to include hazardous materials, chemicals, and explosive materials.

  • Knowledgeable about building fire safety and protective measures to include drills and guideline management.

  • Knowledgeable and proficient in all Army Crew Served Weapons

Active Deployments/Location:
Afghanistan               2011-2012

Additionally, David has worked as a Disciplinary Confinement Officer and was directly responsible for all administrative duties, strategic initiatives for over 1,300 inmates in a closed management environment with nine units. Overseeing each unit’s activities and resources to ensure alignment with the mission, values, and objectives of the state organization.


Responsibilities/Accomplishments include: 

  • Rapid Response Team (RRT) member who understands life safety, mechanical operations and crisis management.

  • K-9 Team member.

  • Act as a resource and liaison to all employees.

  • Manage all high-security level inmates with 100% success in thrive-ability.

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