Mr. Ronald J. Proctor
Marine Corps Intelligence Schools

Mr. Ronald Proctor currently serves as the Deputy Commander for Marine Corps Intelligence Schools (MCIS). As such, he serves as the principal advisor to the CO on all matters relating to the Command’s missions, program goals and objectives. Mr. Proctor formulates local policies and interprets instructions for the execution training and education within MCIS’s five training detachments located in Virginia, and Rhode Island. In addition, Mr. Proctor coordinates solutions, in conjunction with appropriate Training Command (TRNGCMD) staff sections, for validated intelligence training and education requirements between the operating forces, the Advocates, and Marine Corps Systems Command.

Mr. Proctor is from Camas, Washington and graduated from Saint Leo University with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. Mr. Proctor retired a Master Sergeant from the Marine Corps in 2005 with nearly 23 years of active service. Of that honorable service, he has more than 20 years of intelligence related experience and 12 years of intelligence training administration experience.

While on active duty, Mr. Proctor served in a variety of intelligence-related billets, which include 2nd Marine Division, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, 2nd Force Service Support Group, 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit, Chemical Biological Incident Response Force, II Marine Expeditionary Force and Navy Marine Corps Intelligence Training Center.

His personal decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal with gold star, and Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal with gold star.