Adjunct Instructor at Harrisburg Area Community College
Mr. Bouchat has more than 30 years of combined Military and educational experience. He’s an adjunct instructor at Harrisburg Area Community College teaching geography classes both on-line and in the classroom. He is a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy (USAFA) and University of Southern California. He started teaching geography in the classroom in 1993 at USAFA, and has subsequently taught at the University of Maryland and on-line at the U.S. Army War College.
Mr. Bouchat has more than 30 years of combined Military and educational experience. He now serves as a Senior Researcher at the US Army Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute where he Research and compile comprehensive list of definitions and annotated bibliography on irregular warfare, peace operations and stability operations and lists of influential works in key categories for students and practitioners.
He also serves as an Adjunct Instructor for the Department of National Security Studies and Department of Distance Education at the US Army War College. There he leads and teaches courses about Strategic Leadership in a Global Environment and seminar discussions of major international and leadership challenges facing senior leaders, Seminar discussion of advanced leadership and future issues.
Mr. Bouchat served 12 years in the Military. He was a director at the Department of Distance Education, focusing on Theater Operations Studies in the US Army War College, Carlisle. There he taught the processes of national strategy formulation, military organizational structure, logistics and operations; geo-politics; and crisis response to over 1000 executive-level government, military, and international leaders at a national military leadership school.
He was also a Commander at the Chief Strategy and Planning Division for the Air Component Command for the 607 Combat Plans Squadron at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea. During this role he led, motivated, disciplined, and ensured administrative support for a unit of 100 people. Directed the development of an air strategy optimized with land and naval forces, and a plan synchronizing thousands of air missions to defend South Korea.
B.S. in Geography, United States Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs; M.S. in Systems Management with minor Computer Information Systems, University of Southern California; Joint Professional Military Education I, on National security and joint operations, Air War College, Maxwell Air Force Base
Areas of Expertise:
Sub-Saharan Africa region
Theater strategy development
Air operations command and control
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