Professor of Military Science
Phone: (206) 296-5724
COL Nakia Reddin is the Professor of Military Science and the MS IV Instructor. He is a Chemical officer and has served in the US Army for over 18 years. He commissioned through the University of Nevada-Las Vegas Army ROTC. COL Reddin’s operational deployments include tours to Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom. COL Reddin has served in command and leadership positions from platoon thru Division level. His most recent assignment was as the Deputy G3/5/7, 76th Operational Response Command, Fort Douglas, UT. COL Reddin is married and has three children.
Assistant Professor of Military Science
Phone: (206) 296-5494
MAJ Joshua Johnson is the Assistant Professor of Military Science, Battalion Executive Officer, Battalion Operations Officer, and the Instructor for MSIII Cadets. He commissioned through the ROTC program at Virginia Tech with a Bachelor of Arts in History. In 2007, he branch detailed as a Field Artillery Officer and served as a Platoon Leader for three years. He then transitioned to Military Intelligence in 2010 once promoted to Captain. MAJ Johnson has served at all echelons from tactical to strategic over his 14 years of service including operational deployments tours to Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom. His hometown is Bremerton, WA and currently resides in Seattle with his wife.
Military Science Instructor
Phone: (206) 296-5626
SFC Linden is an Armor Noncommissioned Officer with over 13 years of experience in the Active Army. He has deployed and supported North Korean deterrence in East Asia, Operation New Dawn in Iraq, and NATO Operation Atlantic Resolve in Europe. He has served in armored brigade combat teams as a tank driver, loader & gunner, Tank Commander, Section Sergeant, and Platoon Sergeant. His special assignments include serving as an Army Recruiter and as a Cavalry Squadron Assistant Operations Noncommissioned Officer. SFC Linden is originally from northwestern Pennsylvania and is married with a daughter and son.
Recruitment Operations Officer
Phone: (206) 296-2439
Shawn Dodge graduated from the University of Oregon in 2000 and received an Active-Duty Army commission from the ROTC program as an Armor Officer. As a branch detailed Officer, Shawn transitioned to Military Intelligence in 2004 after attending the Officer Transition Course in Ft. Huachuca, AZ. While serving in Washington, Shawn completed his MBA from Saint Martin’s University. In 2008, while serving as a Company Commander, Shawn was nominated and selected as the Army Athlete of the Year (distance running) which enabled him to represent the Army at numerous distance running events in the United States and abroad. Upon recommendation for promotion to Lieutenant Colonel, he was nominated as the Brigade Deputy Commander for the 505th Military Intelligence Brigade (Theater), a brand-new Theater Intelligence Brigade supporting Army North and Northern Command, in Camp Bullis (San Antonio), TX. Shawn’s final military assignment was the Professor of Military Science at East Tennessee State University. In this role, Shawn was responsible for 125 Cadets on five college campuses in the tri-state region of Tennessee, Virginia, and North Carolina.
Shawn is married to Danielle Dodge and has three children. He is a resident of Bainbridge Island, WA.
Phone: (206) 296-6431
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Ms. Rose first graduated Seattle University in 1992 and never left, as many staff and faculty fondly remember. She pursued multiple degrees over her time at the University and worked in most of the departments within the College of Arts and Sciences. In 2016, she came out of retirement to work with the Military Science/ROTC program until her passing in 2018. During her two years with the Brady Battalion, she helped with everything from organizing events to offering advice and support to all the Cadets who came in. She filled the office with her laughter and her wit and is greatly missed. Ms. Rose is survived by her husband Mike and their three children and five grandchildren, and the Brady Battalion thanks them for sharing the wonderful Ms. Rose with us.