Steven D. Rogers

Mr. Steven D Rogers is a Disabled Veteran who retired in September 2014 from the U.S. Army after serving 22 years. During his career in the Army, Steve served in Desert Storm, deployed three times, and served during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Mr. Rogers was invited to be a Team Member/Ambassador for the CJ3 Foundation in December 2021. He has been the handler of Sigrún, “Ziggy” his service dog, since August 2022. Currently, Mr. Rogers is a web content writer/researcher for the Department of Defense, specializing in state military and Veterans benefits. Mr. Rogers and his wife, Mary, have three adult daughters. Mr. Rogers enjoys fishing, woodworking and working with his service dog Ziggy.


  • October 2015 To Present- Military and Veterans Benefits Specialist serving under contract for the Department of Defense
  • December 2021 to Present – Team Member/ Ambassador for the CJ3 Foundation
  • April 2015 to October 2015 – Veterinarian Technician
  • March 1996 to August 2014 – 190 Cavalry Scout, retiring in September 2014 as a Senior Armored Noncommissioned Officer (Active Duty Army)
  • March 1994 to March 1996 – Infantry Anti-Armor Team leader, (Virginia National Guard)
  • August 1991 to March 1996 – Landscaping Crew Supervisor
  • August 1987 to July 1991 – 15D Cavalry Scout, Armored Reconnaissance Specialist (Active Duty Army)


  • Master Resiliency Trainer Certification Course
  • First Sergeants Course
  • Senior Non-Commissioned Officer Course
  • Bradley Master Gunners Course