CW3 Don Scott has served 26 yrs of Active Duty – 6 yrs Navy as a Corpsman with 5th Force Reconnaissance Company, III MEF Okinawa, Japan, 19 yrs Army as a 13F (Forward Observer) with B Co 1/75 RGR, 5 years as an 18C Special Forces Engineer Sergeant with 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) and 10 years as a 180A Special Forces Warrant Officer with 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne). Don has several deployments to Afghanistan and Iraq starting in 2002 including numerous deployments throughout Southeast Asia, Central, and South America (Philippines, Thailand, Australia, Saipan, Tinian, Guam, Colombia, Panama, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Honduras, Costa Rica, El Salvador, and England). Don has served as an 18C, Operations Sergeant, Assistant Detachment Commander, Detachment Commander, Company Operations Warrant, LNO to SOJTF-A and Force Integrations Staff Officer within 7th Special Forces Group(A) and has served on Specialty teams including Freefall, Dive, Maritime Operations, and Mountain Teams.
Don is a graduate of USN Hospital Corpsman School, Field Medical Technician Course, Basic Reconnaissance Course, Airborne School, USMC Combatant Diver Course, Amphibious Reconnaissance Corpsman Course, 5th Force Recon Co. Dive Supervisor Course, Tactical Rappel Suspension Trained Course (III SOTG), Fire Support Specialist Course, Ranger Indoctrination Program, 75th Ranger Regiment Pre-Ranger Course, Ranger School, PLDC, BNCOC, SFAS, 18C Course, SERE-C, Spanish Language Course, ANCOC, SF Warrant Officer Basic Course, SERE 211, ASOT, Jumpmaster Course, Military Freefall Course, Military Freefall Jumpmaster Course, and SFUAC.
Don currently owns a small start up Team Room Designs, LLC that provides legacy gifts such as wooden flags, coin holders, and other custom builds. It has expanded to laser etching, CNC carving, concealment furniture, and customized glassware/aluminum tumblers. This has allowed him to make several donations in support of the Special Operations Community benevolent organizations and in support of their missions to provide support to the operators, their families, and future fundraising events.