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Geospatial Information Science Program

Geospatial Science in the Military 
The military increasingly relies on geospatial technology and data to achieve information dominance on the battlefield. Examples include: GPS, satellite imagery, real-time force tracking, sensor integration, and massive geographic databases.
To dominate on the battlefield, the Army’s transformed fighting forces depend on leaders who understand the capabilities and limitations of geospatial technologies.
Majoring in Geospatial Information Science gives future Army Officers, regardless of branch, the knowledge set to leverage these tools when leading soldiers in our high tech digital Army.

Photo Name Position Duty Phone  
Photo of LTCWright LTC William Wright Academy Professor 845.938.2063  
Photo of LTCOxendine LTC Chris Oxendine Associate Professor 845-938-4354  
Photo of LTCIrmischer LTC Ian Irmischer Assistant Professor 845.938.3531  
Photo of LTCWare LTC Jared Ware Assistant Professor 845.938.3986  
Photo of Dr.O Dr. Matthew O'Banion Assistant Professor 845.938.2326  
Photo of CPTPowell CPT W. Gabe Powell Instructor 845.938.4620