The February 2022 celebration is set for Saturday the 19th.
CGSC Courses Taught: H100 Rise of the Western Way of War, H200 Military Innovation in Peace and War, H300 Roots of Today’s Operating Environment, F100 Force Management, A640 History of Logistics, A684 Asymmetric Warfare, A211 Research Methods.
Dr. Martin was one of the main logistics planners for VII Corps during Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm and returned to CGSC to teach corps level logistics after the war. He served as the Operations Officers of the Regimental Support Squadron of the 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment in Germany and the Deputy Commander of the 501st Corps Support Group in the Republic of Korea. After retirement from the Army in 1997, he served Baker University as the Director of Instruction and Friends University as Associate Dean and Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs. He was the Associate Dean of Academics at CGSC for 10 years. He has spent the last 10 years as a member of the J7’s Executive Committee and a team member in the Program for the Accreditation of Joint Education and the last 14 years as a member of the Higher Learning Commission’s Peer Review Corps. For the past three years he has served as a member of the Higher Learning Commission’s Institutional Actions Council.
Dr. Martin spends time researching and writing in two different areas of academic endeavor. As an historian, he is focused largely on the 19th Century and the study of irregular warfare in the Civil War and the American Indian Wars. As an adult educator, he is focused on the administration of adult and accelerated education programs to include faculty development, curriculum development, and academic assessment. In recent years he has spent considerable time working with foreign militaries to foster improvement in the professional military education. His engagements include militaries from Italy, Saudi Arabia, Mozambique, Botswana, South Africa, Rwanda, Myanmar, Singapore, Vietnam, New Zealand, and Brunei. He works with the African Military Education Program (AMEP) and Partnership for Peace (PfP) in creating and presenting professional military education opportunities for a variety of countries.
Dr. Martin’s latest books are The Third War: Irregular Warfare on the Western Border, 1861-1865 and African American War Heroes. He has also written numerous book chapters on adult education and articles in both the fields of History and Adult Education.