Professor of Military Science
LTC Timothy Sartori
LTC Timothy Sartori is the current Professor of Military Science of Northern Arizona University and Embry Riddle Aeronautical University Army ROTC. He received his commission as an Aviation Officer from Loyola University Army ROTC in 2002. He is a graduate of the Aviation Basic and Advance Course as well as the Command and General Staff College. He recently arrived from U.S. Army Africa located at Vicenza, Italy.
Prior to his arrival to Northern Arizona University, LTC Sartori served as the U.S. Army Africa Executive Officer to the Commanding General and Chief of Operations at Vicenza Italy. His previous field grade assignments include Executive Officer 4th Combat Aviation Brigade, Aviation Officer 10th Special Forces Group, 4th Infantry Division G3 Aviation Officer, and TF Sinai Aviation Commander. LTC Sartori’s peace keeping deployments include Africa with 10th Special Forces Group and Egypt in support of NATO. His combat deployments include Iraq with the 3rd and 1st Infantry Division, and Afghanistan with 4th Infantry Division.
LTC Sartori’s awards and decorations include the Bronze Star with one oak leaf cluster, Meritorious Service Medal with two oak leaf cluster, Army Commendation Medal with three oak leaf cluster, Meritorious Unit Citation with one oak leaf cluster, Airborne Badge, and the Master Aviator Badge.
LTC Sartori and his wife Ashleigh, have two children, Presley and Henry.