Matthew H. Clancy

  • Assistant Professor of Military Science


  • BA, Criminal Justice (2012)
    Temple University (PA)

About Me

I took on the role as assistant professor of military science (APMS) within the Dauntless Battalion on 9 July 2020. I received my commission and bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Temple University in 2012. Prior to assuming the role of APMS, I served as the Assistant Brigade S2 for the 3d Cavalry Regiment in Fort Hood, TX. I also served other all-source intelligence roles as a Squadron S2 for the Field Artillery Squadron and Reconnaissance Squadron in the 3d Cavalry Regiment. I was deployed in support of the 3d Cavalry Regiment’s deployment in support of Operation Inherent Resolve from 2018-2019. I previously served time as lieutenant in the Field Artillery Branch serving as a Battalion S-4, company executive officer, and fire support officer.

My military education includes the Field Artillery Basic Officer Leadership Course and Military Intelligence Captain’s Career Course, and my awards and decorations include the Army Commendation Medal (two oak leaf clusters), the Army Achievement Medal, the Pathfinder Badge, and the Air Assault Badge.