CUFI Field Coordinator
FL, IN, MI, NE, SD, WI
Kirby Calhoun serves as a CUFI Field Coordinator. He is a thirteen-year Army combat veteran. During his military career, he served as a human intelligence collector and then went on to become a special forces communications sergeant. He deployed to Iraq in support of OIF 07/08, to Afghanistan in support of OEF 12/13, and to Colombia in 2014 in support of a Counter-Narcotics mission. Kirby published his testimony in 2019: Single Set of Bootprints: A Story of a God-made Green Beret. He earned his B.A. in Maritime Studies, minoring in history, from the University of West Florida. During his time at UWF, he founded the CUFI on Campus chapter and has been a Congressional Liaison since 2018. He and his wife Tara have two wonderful children and live in the Florida Panhandle.