Military affiliation: LtCol, US Marine Corps, 2002 to present
Berry Law Position: Veteran Advocate, CLCW Task Force
Seth Chambers currently serves as a Veteran Advocate and has been with Berry Law since 2017. Seth is currently in the Marine Corps Reserves as a Marine Emergency Preparedness Liaison Officer assigned to FEMA Region VII, for Marine Forces Northern Command.
Seth’s previous military experiences included being assigned to Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 169 who deployed to Operation Iraqi Freedom II.2. After deployments to Iraq in 2004 and 2006, then Capt Chambers, next duty assignment was to Marine Recruit Depot San Diego as a Series Commander. Capt Chambers was assigned to Second Battalion, RTR, MCRDSD. Capt Chambers did 2 cycles with Hotel Company and 1 cycle with Fox Company before going to Special Training Company to serve as a Series Commander and then Executive Officer.
In 2010 Seth requested assignment to MALS-36 in Okinawa, Japan. While stations in Okinawa, he deployed in support of 2nd Marine Division as the Senior Marine Liaison Officer for the Marine LNO detachment in Manas, Kyrgyzstan
After active duty, Seth returned to Lincoln Nebraska and joined the Marine Corps Reserves. As a major he served as a Regional Deputy for Readiness Support Program for IRR Marines, an Inspector on the 4th Marine Division’s G-7 inspection team, and was the Executive Officer, MALS 41, 4MAW, NAS JRB Fort Worth, TX.
Seth lives in Lincoln Nebraska with his two daughters. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Nebraska and his Master’s in Business Administration with a Certificate in Executive Leadership from Nebraska Wesleyan University.
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