MAJ Tom Hanlon is a Foreign Area Officer assigned to the Sub-Sahara African region. He began his career as an enlisted Soldier serving in the Infantry and later commissioned as an Infantry officer. He has extensive operational experience serving in a variety of environments to include Sinai, Kosovo, Iraq and Afghanistan. His graduate research examined the effects of acid mine drainage (AMD) in critical watersheds of South Africa. His academic interests include environmental security, conflict/cooperation over water and other natural resources, and international development. MAJ Hanlon teaches EV203 (Physical Geography).
Publication history is not available at this time.
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