United States Marine Corps

Lieutenant Colonel Amy B. Roznowski

Deputy Senior Marine Representative


Lieutenant Colonel Roznowski was commissioned in 2001. She attended The Basic School, Primary and Advanced Flight Training, and HMLAT-303 prior to assignment to HMLA-267 at MCAS Camp Pendleton, California in 2004. At HMLA-267, she was promoted to Captain, achieved designation as a Night Systems Instructor and deployed with a Marine Expeditionary Unit in 2004, 2006, and 2008. 

In June of 2009, Lieutenant Colonel Roznowski was assigned to HMLAT-303 at MCAS Camp Pendleton, California as a Fleet Replacement Squadron Instructor Pilot. During her time at the squadron, she was promoted to Major. She also attended Aviation Safety Officer Course at Naval Air Base Pensacola, Florida and served as the squadron’s Aviation Safety Officer and AH-1W Model Manager and Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization Program Evaluator.

In June of 2012, Lieutenant Colonel Roznowski was assigned to the USS PELELIU (LHA-5) at Naval Base San Diego, California. From 2012 to 2014, she served as the Air Operations Officer and deployed as part of the 15th Marine Expeditionary Force Amphibious Ready Group.

From May to December 2014, Lieutenant Colonel worked at Chief of Naval Air Forces at Naval Base Coronado, California as the Assistant Inspector General. During this time, she was selected on the Commandant’s Intermediate-Level Education Board to conduct training as a Regional Affairs Officer.

In January 2015, Lieutenant Colonel Roznowski checked into Naval Postgraduate School at Monterey, California as part of the National Security Affairs program. While at the Naval Postgraduate School, she completed Command and Staff College with distinction at the Naval War College Extension at Monterey, California. She graduated Naval Postgraduate School in June 2017 with a Master’s Degree in Security Studies specializing in Southwest Asia and Africa.

Upon graduation from Naval Postgraduate School, Lieutenant Roznowski was transferred to the Marine Corps Security Cooperation Group at Joint Base Little Creek-Fort Story, Virginia. There she led the Africa Command Coordination, Liaison, Assessment, and Training Team and the Academics and Education Section. While there, she was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel in July 2018.

In July 2018, Lieutenant Colonel Roznowski was assigned to 1st Marine Aircraft Wing at Camp Foster, Okinawa. There she served as Force Posture and Assistant Current Operations Officer. In September 2019, she was nominated to fulfill the Operations Officer Billet for Marine Rotational Force – Darwin. In December 2020, after completing Marine Rotational Force-Darwin 20.2 deployment, she transferred to III Marine Expeditionary Force Headquarters where she was assigned to continue as the Marine Rotational Force – Darwin Operations Officer for the 21.2 rotation.

Following the completion of Marine Rotational Force – Darwin 21.2, Lieutenant Colonel Roznowski returned to III Marine Expeditionary Force Headquarters to stand up a new staff section within the Command Element focused on Force Design and experimentation. As of 17 May 2022, Lieutenant Colonel Roznowski has posted to Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California as the Deputy, Senior Marine Corps Service Representative.

Lieutenant Colonel Roznowski’s personal decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal with one gold star, Air Medal with Strike Flight Device, Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal with one gold star, and Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal with three gold stars.