Captain Jack Morrow is an instructor in the
Department of Social Sciences at the United States Military Academy at West
Point. He is an Army engineer officer
with eleven years of service including operational and combat deployments to
Macedonia, Albania, Kosovo, Iraq, and Afghanistan. He served as a platoon leader in 1st Armored
Division, the executive officer for the 22-6 Iraqi Army Division Military
Transition Team, and the aide-de-camp for the Deputy Commander of CJIATF
435. Subsequently, he served as a sapper
company commander in the 7th Engineer Battalion. He currently teaches SS202, American
Princeton University, Master in Political and
International Affairs (MPA), 2009
United States Military Academy at West Point, Bachelor of
Science (BS), German and Russian, 2004
Master's Thesis, "UN Peacekeeping
Operations: Lessons and Recommendations
for Building Civilian Capacity," Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton
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