Troy Mosley

Troy is a retired Army Lieutenant Colonel, 20-year combat veteran and current civil servant. He was born in Bartow, FL, the son of Joshua Mosley Jr. and Terrye Mosley. Troy was raised in Jacksonville, FL and is a product of Duval County Public Schools. He graduated from Duncan U. Fletcher Sr. High School and attended Florida State University, before transferring to Florida A&M University where he graduated with honors with a BS degree in Psychology and was Commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant in the United States Army. 

While in uniform, Troy was selected for advanced civil schooling, and earned his Master’s of Healthcare Administration from Baylor University. He has served at the tactical, operational and strategic levels within DoD. Some of his noteworthy accomplishments include redeployment of the 212th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital from Operation Iraqi Freedom I, leading the dedication of the first-ever Fisher House opened on foreign soil, serving as the Assistant Executive Officer to the Army Surgeon General, and leading Weed Army Community Hospital to the highest score within DoD on their Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations inspection.  In 2015, Troy started the grassroots movement to rename all military bases named for Confederates. In January 2021 that initiative was signed into law in the fiscal year 2021 National Defense Authorization Act. In 2018, Troy wrote The Armed Forces and American Social Change: An Unwritten Truce, to celebrate the 70th Anniversary of the Desegregation of the Armed Services.