Name: Ian Masters-Moore
Rank: Battalion Logistics Officer (S-4)*
Hometown: Kansas City, Kansas
At MMA Since: August 2020
Activities at MMA: Swimming, Equestrian, Honor Guard, National Honor Society, Delta Phi Honor Society, Triumph Program (Classes at William Woods University)
Favorite Book: I like so many it’s hard to pick just one.
Hobbies: I like the read, listen to music, go outdoors, play games, and more.
Favorite Class: I am very excited to take English composition 2 in the dual credit classes because English composition 1 taught me a lot and challenged me.
Favorite Food in Mess Hall: I love the Oreo treats SAGE Dining makes as a desert
Plan After Graduation: I want to get into a good college and start building a successful career for myself while also just enjoying life.
Why did you enroll at MMA? I enrolled so I could have a stable education during the pandemic and keep up with my studies.
Why do you now attend MMA? Because I have found a second home with new friends and opportunities I simply couldn’t find anywhere else.
What is the most important thing you have learned so far at MMA? The most important thing I’ve learned is that you can make it through whatever struggle or challenge you face, whether it be physical, emotional or mental.
What advice do you have for new cadets? I would advise new cadets to keep their head high. It can be challenging to get adjusted, but look for opportunities, work hard, and keep focused on what needs to be done.
Is there anything you want other cadets to know about you? I want people to know that I will do my best as a leader to keep the corps strong.
*Cadet Logistics Officer (S4); the logistics officer is responsible to the battalion executive officer and has the following specific responsibilities; coordinates all logistics and transportation services required by the corps; coordinates for, receives, distributes and controls supplies and equipment for training; works closing with company police sergeants to track inventories and maintain ample on hand supplies (cleaning and sanitation) and equipment within the companies; recommends company leadership advisors on the need to submit maintenance repair orders when identifying broken or malfunctioning school equipment.