Major Escudero official photo in uniform

CPT(R) Eduardo Escudero-Jaime

Instructor of Spanish

Mexican Exchange Officer

eduardo.escuderojaime@westpoint.edu

Biography


Major Eduardo Escudero Jaime graduated from the Mexican Army Military Academy (Heroico Colegio Militar) located in Mexico City in 1992 and selected to serve in the Infantry branch. As a Lieutenant, he served as a platoon leader and instructor of the Basic and Advanced Infantry Courses in the Mexican Army Infantry School. He was later one of the first officers who founded Mexican Special Forces Units as part of an initiative conducted by the United States Government and the 7TH Special Forces Group in Fort Bragg, N.C. He also successfully completed training in the Infantry school at Ft. Benning G.A. (Captain's Career Course and Infantry Mortar Leader Course). After completing the Command and General Staff Program as a Captain in 2008, he graduated as a Staff Officer with a Bachelor’s degree in Military Management in the Mexican Army War College (Escuela Superior de Guerra) at Mexico City. Then-Captain Escudero was assigned to different Staff positions at Battalion, Brigade and National Defense Secretariat Headquarter levels. Maj. Escudero is currently a Spanish instructor at the United States Military Academy at West Point. He is living with his wife Rossy and family at West Point, New York.