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LTC Curtis Edson

Assistant Professor
US Army
Army Branch:
Corps of Engineers

Contact Information:
Office Location: Washington Hall, Room 5311
Phone: 845.938.4826

LTC Edson is an Engineer Officer specializing in Geospatial Information Operations.  His recent military experience was in the 29th Engineer Battalion (Topographic) supporting PACOM, USARPAC, and numerous other organizations in the pacific region with mapping and geospatial intelligence. He has also served in combat engineer units and as the S-4 Support Squadron, 11th ACR.  He has prior service experience serving as a supply specialist in 75th Ranger Regiment and in the reserves with 12th Special Forces Group (Airborne).  His other experiences include company command in Bosnia, several BLUFOR and OPFOR rotations at CMTC, OPFOR at NTC, and service in Korea.  His research interests include LiDAR remote sensing and GPS in forest measurements, forest surveying, and remote sensing change detection.  He teaches EV379 (Photogrammetry), EV380 (Principles of Surveying), and EV398 (Geographic Information Systems).