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Major Tulsi L. Rogers (’98)
Major Tulsi L. Rogers (’98) 


A member of the U.S. Army’s Judge Advocate General’s Corps, Major Tulsi L. Rogers (’98) has been assigned Officer-in-Charge for the legal office at Camp Darby in the Tuscan region of central Italy, between Livorno and Pisa.

Major Tulsi L. Rogers (’98)

“Camp Darby’s primary mission is to logistically support combat deployments that include war reserve storage and maintenance, maintenance of weapons and vehicles and their movement for rapid reaction, and crises-response operations spanning the globe,” he explains. “We provide legal services to U.S. Army Southern European Task Force, Africa, U.S. Army Garrison Italy, the 173rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), and other tenant units.”

When he came to the College as a freshman in 1994, Major Rogers was already 22 years old and a member of the Army Reserve. (He served part time with a unit in Santa Barbara.) He earned his juris doctor at the Ave Maria School of Law in 2004 and went on active duty in 2007. His new tour of duty marks his third assignment in Europe, having twice served in Germany, but his first in Italy.

In other news, Maj. Rogers and his wife and classmate, Audrey (Keeler ’98), will soon be TAC parents, with their daughter set to enroll as a freshman this fall!