Truth. Honor. Service. Rodney Hall first learned these ideals as a cadet at Marion Military Institute in Marion, Alabama, where he led the Corps of Cadets as the Cadet Brigade Commander. He lives by these ideals every day.

Rodney is a father, an attorney, and an Army Infantry Officer with nearly two decades of service.

Rodney first enlisted as a Military Intelligence code linguist in the 20th Special Forces Group, Mississippi Army National Guard, at 17. While with the Special Forces Unit, Rodney followed in the footsteps of his father, Rodney Sr., by becoming a U.S. Army Paratrooper. He also served in Recruiting & Retention, where he helped young patriots enlist to serve their State and Country alongside him.

Rodney received his commission as an Infantry Officer in the 155th Armored Brigade Combat Team “Dixie Thunder” in 2008, where he was assigned as an Infantry Platoon Leader in the Mississippi Rifles Regiment. As a platoon leader, Rodney’s values of selfless service, duty, honor, integrity, and personal courage were bolstered by his willingness to learn from senior enlisted service-members and his desire to be a great leader to his troops. As a lieutenant, Rodney deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan as a Company Executive Officer.

Following Rodney’s first deployment, he served on the Battalion Staff as a plans officer and subsequently a Company Commander for Bravo Co. 1-155th Infantry Regiment. As a commander, Rodney relied on the values he learned at Army Ranger School – never fail your comrades, always be morally straight, and always have the intestinal fortitude to combat any challenge in defense of our great nation. Rodney’s loyalty and duty to his troop led him to turn down a position in the Trump Administration to deploy with his men to Syria. Rodney currently serves as the Battalion Executive Officer in the Mississippi Rifles Regiment.

Rodney has also served the great citizens of Desoto County in Congress as the Legislative Director for Congressman Trent Kelly (R-MS). As a senior staffer for Trent Kelly, Rodney led the congressman’s legislative team. He served as the principal advisor on all legislative matters. Rodney’s principal areas of expertise included all initiatives within the scope of the House Armed Services, Veteran Affairs, and Appropriations committees. During Rodney’s tenure, he helped defeat Red Flag Gun Laws, draft requirements for our daughters, and the vaccine mandate for our service members. Rodney also helped countless constituents and communities with projects that increased workforce development, first responders, and disaster mitigation efforts.

Rodney is married to Tierra Marie Hall and is the proud father of four children, Josiah (16), Madison (12), Kennedy (10), and Rodney “Tripp” III (2). His hobbies include deer and dove hunting; he’s an avid runner and enjoys reading history.

Rodney is an Ole Miss Law graduate and a life member of the National Guard Association and the VFW. His awards include, among others:

  • The Meritorious Service Medal.
  • The Joint Service Achievement Medal.
  • The Afghan Campaign service Medal.
  • The Ranger badge.
  • The Airborne badge.
  • The Air Assault badge.

He also receives the Patrick Henry Award and the Order of Saint Maurice from the National Infantry Association. True to the Infantry spirit, Rodney lives by Isaiah 6:8, “Send me!”


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