CPT Antonio Salinas was born in Allen Park, Michigan and enlisted in the United States Marine Corps in 1998. Following his active duty time, he attended Eastern Michigan University. He received his BA in History/ Political Science in 2005 and his MA in History in 2007. CPT Salinas received his commission from Army ROTC in May 2007 as a branch detail Infantry - Military Intelligence officer. His first assignment was as an Infantry Platoon Leader in 2-12IN, 4BCT, 4th ID, Fort Carson, CO, where he deployed to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom from 2009-2010. Following his platoon leader time he became an S-2A for 2-12 IN. CPT Salinas then deployed to Iraq in support of Operation New from 2010-2011, where he served as a battle Captain for 4th ID, HQ. He then took command of HSC, HHBN, 4th ID. Following the Captain’s Career Course, CPT Salinas served as a Plans officer in the 902d MI Group, Ft. Meade, MD.
HI 108, Regional Studies in World HistoryHI 301, History of the Military ArtHI 302, History of the Military Art
Roman and Greek WarfareCounterinsurgency and Irregular WarfareAfghanistanThe Irish Republican Army and the conflict in Northern Ireland
MA, History, 2013, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI.
BA, History/Political Science, 2005, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI.
AA, General Studies, 2002, Central Texas College, Killeen, TX.
Boot Camp: The Making of a United States Marine. (Atlanta: Deed’s Publishing, 2017.) - Forthcoming in October 2017
Siren’s Song: The Allure of War. (Atlanta: Deed’s Publishing, 2012.)
“Julius Caesar's Art of War: A Graphic Portfolio of Battlefields and Tactics in the Commentarii de Bello Gallico.,” Michigan War Studies Review (2008).
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