SSG Courtney Sizemore
Military Science Instructor
SSG Courtney Sizemore was born and raised in Great Falls, Montana. She graduated from Centerville High School in 2008 and enlisted in the Montana Army National Guard. SSG Sizemore was assigned to the Montana Medical Detachment where she initial worked as a Combat Medic providing routine and emergency medical care for Soldiers. She was later promoted into the Training NCO position where she specialized in planning and conducting medical training. In 2014, SSG Sizemore took on a full-time position with the Army National Guard as a Combat Medic Instructor. Here she prepared courses for the Medical Training Company and instructed/supervised up to 24 Soldiers per course. SSG Sizemore now finds herself at home with the Carroll ROTC program as a Military Science Instructor and is excited to be teaching future leaders.
She is happily married to her husband Ty and they are expecting a baby girl in August of 2018. Prior to her full-time position with the Army National Guard, SSG Sizemore received her Bachelor of Science in Health and Human Performance Degree from the University of Montana in Missoula, MT. This provided her with an in-depth science background primarily in exercise science and human movement. Outside of the military, SSG Sizemore enjoys all of the outdoor activities that Montana has to offer and spending time with her family (to include her two Newfoundlands – Ruxin and Shadow).