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About Troy E. Mosley

Troy E. Mosley is a retired Army Lieutenant Colonel and 20-year veteran. He grew up in Jacksonville Beach, FL and graduated from Duncan U. Fletcher High School in 1985. He attended Florida State University for two years before transferring to Florida A&M University (FAMU) where he graduated with a B.S. in Psychology and earned his commission through FAMU’s ROTC Program.  Troy held various military assignments in his 20-year career. Troy taught medical support and evacuation at the United States Infantry Center and School, Fort Benning, GA before being selected to attend Baylor University through the Army’s Advanced Civil Schooling Program. Troy completed his administrative residency at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center where he was the lead project officer for the first-ever Fisher House dedicated outside the continental United States. The event was so successful that the Fisher House committed to donating a second house within 6 months.   

Troy served as the Executive Officer for the 212th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital.  He helped to redeploy the hospital from Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003 and led the hospital’s $3.1M recovery and refit in 60 days. Troy served as the Administrative Director, Department of Surgery, Walter Reed Army Community Hospital for 2 years before being selected to be the Army Surgeon General’s Assistant Executive Officer.  Troy served as COO for Weed Army community Hospital (WACH) in 2009 where he led the Hospital to the best Joint Commission (TJC) Accreditation score in the Army that year. His efforts were instrumental in securing funds for a $300 million a new hospital at Fort Irwin, CA, the DoD’s first solar-powered hospital.