LTC(Ret) Brad Dick entered active duty as a 1984 USMA graduate and was commissioned as an Armor Officer. His Armor assignments include Platoon Leader, Scout Platoon Leader, Executive Officer and Battalion Adjutant, 2nd Armored Division, Ft. Hood; Assistant S3, Company Commander, Draper Leadership Award Recipient, MacArthur Leadership Award Recipient, Headquarters Company Commander, 2nd Armored Division, Germany; and Battalion Executive Officer, 4th Infantry Division. Mr. Dick deployed his tank company with the 2nd Armored Division to Saudi Arabia and Kuwait during Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm. He earned a Masters Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Connecticut and a Masters Degree in Strategic Studies from the Naval War College. From 1994-1997 and from 2000-2006 Mr. Dick taught at the United States Military (USMA) in the Civil and Mechanical Engineering Department and the Department of Chemistry and Life Science, respectively. In 2006 Mr. Dick retired from active duty and continued to teach and serve as Chemistry Department’s Executive Officer. In 2009 he moved to the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science where he is currently serving as the Engineering, Technology, and Logistics Support Director. Mr Dick is a graduate of Command and General Staff Officer Course, Combined Arms and Services Staff School, Armor Officer Advanced Course, Armor Officer Basic Course, Infantry Mortar Platoon Officer’s Course, and Airborne School.
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