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Army Infantryman Resume
Army Infantryman Resume
LIAM S. COLLINS
Department of Military Instruction at West Point, New York
liam.collins@usma.edu; (913) 704-9644
EDUCATION .
2008-present
PRINCETON UNIVERSITY PRINCETON, NJ
Woodrow Wilson School for Public & International Affairs
PhD candidate (ABD), thesis on military innovation in war
2007-2009
PRINCETON UNIVERSITY PRINCETON, NJ
Woodrow Wilson School for Public & International Affairs
Master in Public Affairs (MPA), graduated with distinction in International Relations
1988-1992
UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY WEST POINT, NY
Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering
Dean’s List, eight semesters; graduated 22 out of 930 cadets
Superintendent’s Award Recipient (top 5% in physical, academic and military excellence)
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE .
2013-present
UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY WEST POINT, NY
Academy Professor & Director of the Defense and Strategic Studies Program / Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army
Responsible for curriculum development and assessment for undergraduate program including ten courses in the field
of Defense and Strategic Studies and leader development and supervision of program professors and instructors.
2011-2012
UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY WEST POINT, NY
Assistant Professor & Director of the Combating Terrorism Center (CTC) / Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army
Director of the nationally recognized CTC, chartered with a three pillar mission of research, policy advising, and
education of cadets and various interagency elements; and assistant professor in the Department of Social Sciences.
Taught courses on Terrorism and Counterterrorism, International Relations, and Homeland Security & Defense
Deployed to Afghanistan in the summer of 2012 to support the 75
th
Ranger Regiment
Recognized as the Army’s Coach of the Year for 2011
2009-2011
UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY WEST POINT, NY
Instructor & Executive Director of the Combating Terrorism Center (CTC) / Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army
Executive director of the nationally recognized CTC, chartered with a three pillar mission of research, policy advising,
and education of cadets and various interagency elements; and instructor in the Department of Social Sciences.
Taught courses on American Politics, International Relations, Internal Conflict, and Homeland Security & Defense
2005-2007
UNITED STATES SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND WASHINGTON, DC
Chief of Current Operations / Major, U.S. Army
Responsible for planning, coordinating and executing operations world-wide with senior Department of Defense
leaders, Department of State Bureau Chiefs, Ambassadors, and other government agency leaders.
Directly responsible for the execution of numerous sensitive operations on four continents
Visited 25 Embassies and met with 25 Ambassadors and other country team members; discussed terrorist threats to
their Embassy and host nation and developed plans to mitigate the threat and stabilize their country and region
Winner of the U.S. Army Best Ranger Competition as the Army’s top Ranger
2000-2004
UNITED STATES ARMY SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND FORT BRAGG, NC
Special Forces Commander / Major, U.S. Army BOSNIA, IRAQ, AFGHANISTAN
Led two elite teams of military experts responsible for advising foreign security forces world-wide and conducting a
wide range of high-risk combat and non-combat operations; maintained sole discretion of a $750,000 budget.
Conducted two deployments to Iraq: responsible for over 300 soldiers, executed over 100 combat operations, met
government and tribal leaders on a daily basis to develop and implement strategies to create a stable environment
Conducted two deployments to Afghanistan: responsible for over 250 soldiers, executed over 200 combat
operations, met government and tribal leaders to develop and implement strategies to stabilize regional areas
Commanded team in Bosnia responsible for conducting operations to ensure the successful implementation of the
Dayton Peace Accords; developed and implemented U.S. policy in Bosnia with senior military and civilian leaders
Awarded 3 Bronze Star Medals for Meritorious Achievement during combat operations and two valorous awards
for personal bravery during combat
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