Captain Frank Curry earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History with a minor in Sociology from Fordham University in 2010. While at Fordham, CPT Curry was a member of the Fordham Army ROTC. CPT Curry was commissioned in 2010 as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Chemical Corps.
Following commissioning, CPT Curry acted as an Army Goldbar Recruiter in New York. CPT Curry then attended the Chemical Basic Officers Leaders Course (CBOLC) at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. While at CBOLC, CPT Curry was selected by the 75th Ranger Regiment to attend the US Army Ranger School.
Prior to successfully completing Ranger School in June of 2011, CPT Curry attended the 75th Ranger Regiment’s Small Unit Ranger Tactics (SURT) course at FT. Benning, Ga.
CPT Curry served as the Battalion Chemical Officer, the Radiation Safety Officer, and was in charge of the Unit Status Report while assigned to 1-15IN, 3BDE 3ID. In August of 2012 CPT Curry deployed to Kuwait with 1-15IN in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, serving as an Assistant Operations Officer in charge of the Battalion’s partnership efforts with the Kuwaiti Land Forces (KLF). While deployed, CPT Curry was selected to attend the Special Forces Assessment and Selection (SFAS).
Following successful completion of SFAS, CPT Curry graduated from Airborne School, the ARSOF Captains Course, the Introduction to Unconventional Warfare (IUW), Small Unit Tactics (SUT) and the Survival, Evasion, Resistance, Escape (SERE) School.
Prior to assuming command of HHC, 1st Battalion, 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard), CPT Curry served as the Regimental Chemical Officer, DSCA planner and Regimental Liaison Officer.
CPT Curry’s awards and decorations include the Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal, National Defense Medal, Global War on Terror Medal, Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon, Parachutist Badge and the Ranger Tab