CW5 Anson Seebeck grew up in Florida, the youngest of five children. Both his father, a first-generation American, and mother, whose family traces back to pre-Revolutionary War America, instilled a strong sense of individual integrity and civic pride in being an American. He received his warrant commission as a 140E air and missile defense system tactician/technician after graduating from 1st Warrant Officer Candidate School, Fort Rucker, Alabama, Oct. 22, 2002.
CW5 Seebeck currently serves as the command chief warrant officer for the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command. His previous assignments include: CCWO, 10th Army Air and Missile Defense Command; AMDC effectiveness evaluator for Patriot and the Lower Tier Air & Missile Defense Sensor Cross Functional Team Army Evaluation Command, Fort Bliss Texas, Field Office; and most tactical and technical positons available to an air defense artillery warrant officer; brigade ADA fire control officer tactician (FWD) and CONUS; brigade Support Operations officer (FWD); and the brigade Standards Officer (FWD) and CONUS. Prior to 31st ADA Brigade, CW5 Seebeck served as the tactical director with the Fire Direction Section, Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 5-7 ADA at Rhein Ordinance Barracks, Germany; and as the Battery Air and Missile Defense Systems technician in A/5-52 ADA, A/ 1-7 ADA, and E/ 1-1ADA respectively. He has served in Korea, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, Germany, Israel, Poland, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates’, as well as, multiple CONUS postings.
Before beginning his active duty career CW5 Seebeck served in the Florida Army National Guard with A Battery, 1-265th ADA (Chaparral/ Avenger) out of Palatka, Florida. After transitioning to active duty in 1991 as an 11M mechanized infantryman, he was assigned to Camp Hovey, Korea, and Fort Hunter Liggett, California. He reenlisted as a 24T Patriot operator in 1995 where he advanced through the NCO ranks. Prior to embarking on his warrant officer service, he achieved the rank of sergeant first class and held the position of first sergeant in 2002 with D/ 6-52 ADA, Ansbach, Germany.
CW5 Seebeck holds an Associates of Science in business from Georgia Military College, a Bachelor of Science in business management from Park University, and a Masters of Arts in international relations from the University of Oklahoma.
His military education includes the Warrant Officer Senior Staff Education (Commandants List), Warrant officer Intermediate Level Education (Commandants List), Space Operations Course, Air Defense Artillery Fire Coordination Officer Course (Distinguished Honor Graduate), Air Defense Artillery Captain’s Career Course, Joint Tactical Communications Course, ADA Warrant Officer Basic Course (Distinguished Honor Graduate), Warrant Officer Candidate School (Commandants List) and the Airborne and Air Assault Courses.
His awards include the Legion of Merit, the Meritorious Service Medal, the Army Commendation Medal, the Army Achievement Medal, the Meritorious Unit Commendation, Army Superior Unit Award, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, the Global War on Terror Expeditionary and Service Medals, the Korean Defense Service Medal, and the Gold German Sports Proficiency Badge.
He is married, and they have four children.