From one US military veteran to another -- welcome to this forum. I retired from the Air Force six years ago. While we don't share similar theological views, you and I at least share a common bond of military service to this country. Let that be a cause of mutual respect between us.
As for your debate, understand that we've recently done this with a poster called Fran who used WLC's arguments to try to convince us that Jesus was resurrected from the dead and that this supposed resurrection proves that God exists. Fran tried to show this to us all during three attempts that he has carried out over the last year or so. He failed each time, and he's currently on some kind of hiatus from here, something he does every time he fails to prove his point. Maybe he'll return to lend you his support.
You didn't mince words in your introduction, but I caution you to not enter so boldly into the debate you may encounter here. While you feel you're in the superior position, your opposition here has a different view. It's likely that this debate will end as so many have before, with neither side swayed enough to alter their views. Part of that probably stems from stubbornness, but for nonbelievers, much of that comes from the inability of theists to put forth reliable and testable evidence to support their views about deities. Your greatest disadvantage in this debate will be the complete lack of physical evidence that reliably points to the existence of at least one deity. That makes all arguments for deities merely philosophical exercises that can, at best, serve to convince audience members who want to believe in deities, but routinely fail to compel skeptics to accept that a god exists. Perhaps you'll be the maverick who comes up with something new that is so compelling that we of reasonable minds can no longer accept our atheism. Or perhaps not. If you stick to WLC's line of reasoning, you're not that maverick.
With that said, I look forward to what you have to offer.