Mrs. Nicky Inskeep

Assistant Professor of Military Science
Primary office:
785-864-3311
Military Science Building 203


Ms. Nicky Inskeep was born and raised in Blackduck, MN.  She received her commission through the Alabama Military Academy Officer Candidate School, commissioning as a Military Police Officer into the Minnesota Army National Guard in 2005.  She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Liberal Studies from Execelsior College, Albany, NY.

She has held numerous company and staff positions to include: Platoon Leader and Company Executive Officer, 34th Military Police Company and 257th Military Police Company and Operations Officer, Provost Office, 34th Infantry Division, Minnesota Army National Guard; Instructor and Senior Platoon Trainer, 1st Battalion OCS (Officer Candidate School) 235th Regional Training Institute, Salina, KS; Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment (HHD) Commander, 69th Troop Command, Topeka, KS; 35th Military Police Company Commander, Topeka, KS; 35th Military Police Detachment Commander and Task Force Praetorian Executive Officer, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba; Assistant G-1, 35th Infantry Division, Fort Leavenworth, KS, Kansas Army National Guard.  As a civilian, Ms. Inskeep has taught High School Math and Science in Salina, KS and currently is the Partnership School Advisor and Instructor and Assistant Professor of Military Science at the University of Kansas ROTC.

Her officer military training and education include: Military Police Officer Basic Course; Military Police Captains Career Course; Antiterrorism Officer Basic Course; Platoon Trainer Qualification Course; Tactical Certification Course; and Army Basic Instructors Course.

Her awards and decorations include: Army Commendation Medal (4OLC), Army Achievement Medal (3OLC), Army Components Achievement Medal (4OLC), Global War on Terror Expeditionary and Service Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Army Reserve Components Achievement Medal (M Device), Army Service Ribbon and Army Overseas Service Ribbon, Kansas Achievement Medal (1OLC), Kansas Homeland Security Ribbon (M Device), and Minnesota State Active Duty Ribbon.

 


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