Chris Lancia

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Chris joined Team RWB in 2012 after finding the chapter in Fort Polk, LA. After moving to Fort Campbell/Clarksville in 2013, he quickly moved into the Chapter Captain role and helped revitalize the chapter. He has since served in leadership positions in three chapters, and is currently the Community Engagement Director for the Richmond chapter.
His wife, Sarah, is also a Veteran and an active Eagle Leader (as well as an accomplished ultra runner who sometimes slows down to let Chris keep up). Their daughter graduates this year from the University of Florida (Go Gators!) and will be pursuing a Master of Arts in Classical Studies, and their son graduates this year from high school and will be moving on to study mechanical engineering or history in college.
Chris has served in the Army for more than 21 years, deploying multiple times with both conventional and special operations forces during his career. He is currently blessed to be serving as an instructor at Fort Lee, where he is dedicated to developing lieutenants to have a lasting impact on the force. Chris is a graduate of Armstrong Atlantic State University (Savannah, Ga.) and is working on a Master of Arts in Public Policy from Liberty University.
Chris and his family call Chester, Va., home, where he enjoys rucking and riding the trails of Pocahontas State Park, building furniture in his workshop, and creating 3D prints for friends and family (largely to prove to Sarah that he really did have a use for a new toy).