Chaplain (Colonel) Brent V. Causey
Chaplain Brent V. Causey holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Biola University, La Mirada, California, and a Master of Divinity Degree from Fort Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Worth, Texas. His military education includes completion of the Chaplain Officer Basic and Advanced Courses, United States Army Command and General Staff College, and the Army War College.
Prior to Chaplain Causey's current assignment, he served as United States Forces/Theater Command Chaplain – Afghanistan.
He served in a variety of positions including JFHQ-NCR/ MDW Command Chaplain Fort McNair, Washington D.C., MNF-I Deputy Command Chaplain, Iraq, 1st Infantry Division Chaplain, Fort Riley, Kansas; BSB Command Chaplain, Mannheim, Germany; Chief of the Chaplain Officer Basic Course, Fort Jackson, South Carolina; Brigade Chaplain, 3rd Brigade, First Infantry Division, Vilseck, Germany; Battalion Chaplain, 3-22 Artillery, Fort Sill, Oklahoma; 1-41 Infantry, Garlstadt, Germany; 3-64 Armor, Schwienfurt, Germany; 701st Main Support, Fort Riley, Kansas; 212th MASH, Wiesbaden, Germany. His deployments include Honduras, Panama, multiple times in Iraq, Bosnia, Macedonia, Kosovo and Afghanistan.
CH Causey’s other accomplishments are: All-American High School Football and Wrestling; three times College All-American in Wrestling; and qualification for the1980 Olympic Wrestling Team.
Awards and decorations which Chaplain Causey has received include the Bronze Star (2 Oak Leaf Cluster), Meritorious Service Medal (7 Oak Leaf Clusters), Joint Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal (2 Oak Leaf Cluster), and the Army Achievement Medal.