LTC Rob Wolfe most recently served as an Administrative Contracting Officer and the Engineering and Manufacturing Group Leader for Defense Contract Management Agency St. Petersburg, Florida. Rob is a native of Amarillo, Texas. He enlisted in the Army in 1989 and served in Desert Shield/Desert Storm with 52nd Engineer Battalion. In 1995, Rob was awarded the Army Green to Gold scholarship and was commissioned as an infantry officer in 1998 through the George Mason Army ROTC program.

LTC Wolfe has served in a multiple staff and leadership positions in various locations to include Texas, DC, Korea, Afghanistan, Iraq, Georgia, and Hawaii. He culminated his infantry career commanding Charlie Company 2-35 Infantry in Northern Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom before transitioning to the Army Acquisition Corps in 2008.

His first assignment in the Acquisition Corps was as a contingency contracting team leader at Fort Benning, Georgia, followed by deployment to Iraq, where he was the chief of contracting for western Iraq in support of Operation New Dawn. His office assumed operational contracting support responsibility for Central and Northern Iraq in order to facilitate the 2011 troop drawdown.

Upon his return, he and his family were reassigned to DCMA St. Petersburg. In 2014, he completed a six month deployment where he served as the Theater Contracts Director for DCMA Kuwait, where he planned the transition of authority from DCMA to Army Contracting Command.

LTC Wolfe has a Bachelor's Degree in Government and Politics from George Mason University, and a Master's Degree in Procurement and Acquisition Management from Webster University.

Some of LTC Wolfe's military decorations include two Bronze Star Medals, the Purple Heart Medal, two Defense Meritorious Medals, the Meritorious Medal, the Joint Commendation Medal, the Army Commendation Medal, Ranger Tab, Combat and Expert Infantryman Badge and Parachutist Badge.