Portrait of MAJ Michael Greenburg

MAJ Michael Greenberg

Instructor

michael.greenberg@westpoint.edu

Biography


MAJ Michael Greenberg is from Larchmont, New York and earned a BSc in Communications from Northwestern University in 2008 and a MA in Terrorism, Security & Society from King’s College London War in 2010. He enlisted in the Army in 2011 and commissioned in 2012 as a Military Intelligence (MI) Officer. His first assignment was with 1-10 Mountain Division at Fort Drum, NY, where he deployed to Afghanistan, serving as a Brigade intelligence operations officer, Assistant Battalion S-2, Platoon Leader, and Company Executive Officer. After attending the MI Captain Career Course, MAJ Greenberg was assigned to Fort Lewis, WA. At Fort Lewis, MAJ Greenberg served as a I Corps intelligence operations officer, 1-2 Stryker Brigade Combat Team MI Company Commander, and 2-3 Infantry Battalion S-2, leading intelligence soldiers and sections through CTC rotations and overseas exercises. MAJ Greenberg started his studies at New York University in 2019 and graduated in 2021 with a MA in History. He currently instructs in the American History Division at the United States Military Academy and is a Term Member at the Council on Foreign Relations.

Ongoing Research Projects


"The West’s Re-Education of Iran – Soft Power Leading Up to the 1953 Coup"

Publications & Presentations


It’s Time to Fix the Command Post: Optimizing Headquarters’ Mobility, Survivability, and Interoperability for the Future Fight. Modern War Institute (2020)

NATO in the Far East: Containing the Red Dragon. Modern War Institute (2021)

Information Warfare in Georgia: From the Rose Revolution of November 2003 through the End of the 2008 South Ossetia War. King’s College London War Studies Department Dissertation (2010)

The Terror Attacks in Mumbai. International Institute for Counter-Terrorism (2008)

FARC: Following the Guns and Money. International Institute for Counter-Terrorism (2008)