Captain Nicole L. Amstutz joined the UTSA ARMY ROTC program as an Assistant Professor of Military Science (APMS) in the Fall of 2016. In this role, she serves as the Military Instructor for the Introduction to the Army and Critical Thinking course and lab and as the program Executive Officer.
Experience: She comes to the ROTC program with 17+ years of Active Duty Army experience as a Signal Corps Officer and prior enlisted service as a Photojournalist. Her most recent duty before ROTC was with a strategic signal/cyber unit located in Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, TX. She has commanded two tactical units: Signal Troop in 3d Cavalry Regiment, Fort Hood, TX and the 4/9 Infantry Battalion, Fort Lewis, WA. She is a Finance Major and Graduate of Coker Christian College.
Interests: “Working with the ROTC program and mentoring future officers has been a long time goal of mine. I am so happy to be able to serve the Army in this capacity! I am a homesteader on 12 acres in the Hill Country and enjoy all things that come along with that lifestyle including; keeping chickens, organic gardening, raising milk goats, beekeeping, hunting, winemaking and more. I am also very committed to my family and church.”
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