The Veteran of the Quarter is Jeremy Rondone, a native of Sacramento, CA, who currently resides in Perryville, MD. Jeremy served in the U.S. Army as Military Police Officer on active duty from 1999-2004. Jeremy was stationed at Fort Lewis, WA and Aberdeen Proving Ground, while also being deployed to Kosovo during his active duty time.

After his Active duty time was completed, Jeremy went right into civilian police work for the Department of the army in 2004. In this time Jeremy has been a Field Training Officer, a SWAT team member, and a K-9 Handler. While attached to the Swat team he utilized his skills and training in every position from being the point man to being assigned as the sniper, before becoming a K9 handler.

Because of his love of his country and the U.S. Army, Jeremy could not stay away from the military for long and returned to U.S. Army reserves in 2007, where he has remained and has proudly served for 18 years total in the Army. SFC Jeremy Rondone has taken his experience in the Police Field and brought it with him as an instructor for the Military Police Schoolhouse, instructing our young leaders how to become successful leaders for the next generation of soldiers.

Jeremy is happily married to his wife Rebecca of 16 years and together with their 3 children Jadynn(15), Chase(13), and Colbie(9), keep each other on the right path and try to ensure that their spiritual cup overflows with love and laughter.