• LTC Dale Barnett

    Professor of Military Science | MSIV Instructor

     
    • Biography

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      Assigned: June 2014
      Branch: Field Artillery
      Component: U.S. Army (Active)

      Lieutenant Colonel Dale Barnett holds a Bachelor of Arts in Geology from the University of Arkansas where he was commissioned a Field Artillery (FA) Officer in 1996. LTC Barnett also holds a Master of Science in Administration degree with a focus in Leadership from Central Michigan University. LTC Barnett’s military education includes the Field Artillery Officer’s Basic and Advanced Courses, the Combined Arms and Services Staff School, the Joint Firepower Course and is a graduate of the Command and General Staff Officers Course.

      LTC Barnett began his military career with HHC 1st Infantry Division in Wuerzberg, Germany where he served as an assistant to the Secretary of Generals Staff. LTC Barnett then was transferred to the 1st Battalion, 7th Field Artillery where he was assigned as a platoon fire direction officer and firing platoon leader for B Battery, 1st Battalion, 7th Field Artillery. While serving as a firing battery platoon leader, LTC Barnett deployed to Kosovo in support of Task Force Falcon. While in Kosovo, LTC Barnett was selected to be the COLT Platoon Leader for 2nd Brigade, 1st Infantry Division. Following the deployment to Kosovo LTC Barnett PCSed from Germany and completed the FA Advanced Course and Combined Arms Service and Staff School.

      LTC Barnett was then assigned to Fort Lewis Washington and held several assignments including: Assistant Deputy Effects Coordinator for 3rd BDE 2nd ID, Assistant S3 and S4 for 1st Battalion, 37th FA, Squadron Fires and Effects Coordinator for 1st Squadron, 14th Calvary and assumed command of B Battery, 1st Battalion, 37th FA on 27 May 2004, on Camp Marez during Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) 2. Following his return from OIF 2 and completion of battery command, LTC Barnett was assigned to 1st Battalion, 307th Training Support Battalion at Fort Indiantown Gap, PA and assisted the 6th PA NG SBCT in their preparations for the their deployment in support of OIF in late 2008.

      LTC Barnett attended the Command and General Staff Officers Course from February of 2009 to December of 2009 before PCSing to 2nd BDE, 25th Infantry Division in Schofield Barracks Hawaii. LTC Barnett deployed with 2nd BDE, 25th ID to Baqubah, Iraq as a Stability Transition Team Operations Officer responsible for training/assisting the 5th Iraqi Army Division Staff before assuming the position of S3 (Operations Officer) for 2nd Battalion, 11th FA Regiment. LTC Barnett’s most recent assignment was as a Tactics Instructor at Fort Leavenworth, KS at the Command and General Staff Officers Course.

      LTC Barnett’s awards and decorations include the Bronze Star Medal w/1OLC, Meritorious Service Medal w/2OLC, Army Commendation Medal w/1OLC, Army Achievement Medal, the Iraq Campaign Medal w/1OLC, the Kosovo Campaign Medal, the NATO Medal for Kosovo, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary and Service Medals, the National Defense Service Medal and the Combat Action Badge. LTC Barnett has also been recognized as a Noble Patron of the Armor Branch and with the Honorable Order of Saint Barbara.

  • MSG Carl E. Haskins

    Senior Military Instructor | MS III

     
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      Assigned: June 2015
      Branch: Infantry
      Component: U.S. Army (Active)

      Master Sergeant Haskins assumed the position of Senior Military Science Instructor at the University of Arizona Wildcat Battalion on June 10th, 2015. He enlisted in the Army Reserve as an Operating Room Specialist. MSG Haskins then transitioned to active duty in January 1994 as an 11B Infantryman.

      MSG Haskins served as an Infantry Platoon Saw Gunner and Motorcycle recon team member for Alpha Company, 1st Ranger Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, Hunter Army Airfield, GA. He deployed in support of Operation Uphold Democracy in Haiti aboard the U.S.S. America. MSG Haskins served as a Special Forces Senior Communications Sergeant for Bravo Company, 3rd Special Forces Group Airborne, Ft. Bragg, NC conducting Foreign Internal defense missions in Africa. He also served in B/ 2-3 SFG(A) as an Assault Force Cell leader for six years and a Troop Sergeant Major for two years. MSG Haskins Deployed to multiple countries, to include five combat tours to Iraq and one to Afghanistan in support of the Global War on Terrorism. He also taught at the Special Forces Advanced Reconnaissance Target Analysis and Exploitation Techniques Course (SFARTAEATC) as the Primary instructor for Combatives, building climbing, and external breaching. MSG Haskins helped develop the Special Operations Combatives Program and has been integral in the revamping of the Army Combatives Program. MSG Haskins served as the Special Forces Advanced Urban Combat Course NCOIC for 3rd Special Forces Group, overseeing all Close Quarters Battle (CQB), Low Visible Tactics (LVT) and Combatives training.

      MSG Haskins has attended Special Forces Medic (18D) Course; Special Forces Communication Sergeant Course (18E), National Registered Emergency Medical Technician Paramedic; Frequency Manager Course, Advanced Personnel Protection Course, Ranger Indoctrination Program, SFARTAEATC; Special Forces Senior Leader Course; Modern Army Combatives level I-IV; Special Operations Combatives Program Master Instructor, Special Forces Advanced Urban Combat Course; Special Forces Low Visibility Tactics Course; Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape Course (SERE); Special Forces Language Course (Arabic); Special Forces Advanced Leaders Course; Instructor Training Course (ITC) and the Basic Airborne Course to name a few.

  • CPT Mark Bulinski

    Assistant Professor of Military Science | MS II
    NG Officer Liaison

     
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      Assigned: October 2015
      Branch: Engineer
      Component: U.S. Army (National Guard)

      Captain Bulinski attended the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire, where he joined the Army National Guard and graduated from Officer Candidate School in 2005. Captain Bulinski attended the Engineer Officer Basic Course and Engineer Captain Career Course at Ft. Leonard Wood, Missouri.

      Captain Bulinski is currently serving an Assistant Professor of Military Science and National Guard Liaison at the University of Arizona.

      Captain Bulinski’s assignments include:
      -2007 to 2008, Operation Jumpstart, Task Force Diamondback: Engineer Liaison to Customs and Border Protection, Army Corps of Engineers and the Tohono O'Odham Nation.
      -2009, Operation Enduring Freedom, Afghanistan, 951st Sapper Company, Route Clearance Platoon Leader.
      -2013, Joint Counter Narco-Terrorism Task Force, Engineer Planner and Liaison to Customs and Border Protection.
      -2010 to 2014, Engineer Staff Officer, 253rd Engineer Battalion.
      -2014 to 2016, Commander, HHC/253rd Engineer Battalion.
      -2017, Civil Affairs Officer, 153rd MEB.

      Captain Bulinski’s military schools include:
      - Engineer Basic Officer Course
      - Engineer Capatains Career Course
      - Tactical Electronic Warfare Officer Course
      - Officer Strength Manager Course
      - Unmanned Aerial Systems Unit Leaders Course
      - Army Basic Instructor Course
      - Unit Movement Officer Course

      Captain Bulinski graduated from the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire in 2005. Upon returning from his deployment in 2009, he was civilian contractor as a Company Intelligence Support Team (COIST) instructor providing training and mentoring to Soldiers at Home Stations, JRTC, NTC, and was the COIST Liaison to JMRC in Germany. Bulinski plans on returning to Raytheon Missile Systems when he completes his assignment at the University of Arizona.

  • CPT Susan Nagel

    Assist. Professor fof Military Science

     
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      Assigned:
      Branch:Engineer
      Component: U.S. Army (Active)

      Civilian Education:
      - Missouri University of Science and Technology, Rolla, MO; MS, Engineering Management, 2013
      - University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI; EN, Economics 2007

      Military Education:
      - Engineer Captains Career Course
      - Airborne School
      - Engineer Basic Officer Leadership Course

  • SFC Nicholas Evans

    Military Science Instructor | MS II

     
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      Assigned: 2016
      Branch: Infantry Mortarman
      Component: U.S. Army (Active)

      Previous Duty Assignments: Ft Campbell KY, Ft Carson CO, Ft Benning GA, Schofield Barracks HI, UofA

      Deployments: Operation Enduring Freedom x1, Operation Iraqi Freedom x3

      Military Schools
      Primary Leadership Development Course, Basic Non Commissioned Officer Course, and Senior Leader Course, US Army Drill Sergeant School, Air Assault School, Army Combatives level 1-4, Rappel Master Course, and the Infantry Mortar Leader Course.

  • SFC Brian Moreno

    Military Science Instructor | MS I

     
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      Assigned: August 2014
      Branch: Military Police
      Component: U.S. Army (Active)

      In 1991, SFC Moreno enlisted as a 31D Radio Frequency Communications Specialist in support of Desert Storm/Desert Shield. He left the service in 1996 and returned to Arizona where he pursued a career as a Cisco Network Administrator for Arch Communications. He re-enlisted in 2003 as a 31B Military Police Soldier, he was assigned to the 212th Military Police Company as a gunner in 2004 he deployed with the 212th in support of OEF from 2005- 2006 were he was assigned as the Chase team leader on PSD (Protective Services Detail) for Lieutenant General Eikenberry the OEF Commander. He redeployed to Ansbach Germany where he served as a Patrol Supervisor until 2007 when he was assigned to the 72nd Military Police Detachment out of Ft. Bliss, Texas. SFC Moreno served as a K9 PNDD (Patrol Narcotics Detection Dog) Handler and a PEDD (Patrol Explosive Detection Dog) Handler and deployed in support of OIF in 2009-2010 as a PEDD Handler/ Kennel Master. Upon his return SFC Moreno was sent to the US Army Drill Sergeant School after graduation he was assigned to Ft. Leonard Wood, Missouri as a Senior Drill Sergeant for Foxtrot Company 795 Military Police BN. After a successful two year term on the trail where he was awarded Drill Sergeant of the Cycle SFC Moreno moved from TRADOC to FORCOM where he was assigned as the 1st Platoon/ Platoon Sergeant for the 512th Military Police Company. SFC Moreno led 1st Platoon through three live fire certifications, Law and Order certifications, and PSD/Combative certifications. SFC Moreno has completed the 31D Line of sight communications specialist course; 31B Military Police OUST (One Unit Station Training); K9 Handlers course; Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape Course; Air Assault Course; Warrior Leaders Course; Advance Leaders Course; Senior Leaders Course; Combative Instructors Course levels I & II; (MRT) Master Resiliency Instructors Course; (SHARP) Sexual Harassment Assault Reporting Program Instructor; (EOA) Equal Opportunity Advisor Course.

  • SFC David Peterson

    Military Science Instructor | MS I

     
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      Assigned: 2015
      Branch: Infantry
      Component: U.S. Army (Active)

      SFC Peterson entered military service in the United States Marine Corps as a 0311 in 1986. His first rifle company was Kilo 3/7 on Camp Pendleton California. He was accepted in STA PLT, Weapons Company 3/7 and completed regimental sniper school. In 1988 he went to Ground Sensor School in Dam Neck Virginia and picked up his second MOS as 8621, Remote Sensor Operator. He participated in Cobra Gold and upon his return transferred to 1st SCAMP, 1ST SRIG 1MEF. He participated in three separate counter narcotic/anti-drug operations to include Operation Alliance and Operation Whirlwind MAGTAF 2-90 with US Border Patrol and DEA on the US southwest border. In August of 1990 he deployed to Operation Desert Shield and returned from Operation Desert Storm in March of 1991. He left the Marine Corps in May of 1991 and ran his own logging business in Washington State. In 2001 he joined the US Army Reserve on FT Lewis Washington with a platoon of observer/controllers in the 1/364th, 4th BDE, 91st Division. In 2003 he attended the ammunition course at Aberdeen Proving Grounds and Red Stone Arsenal picking up the 89B MOS. In 2004 he deployed to Iraq as an advisor to the Iraqi Army with CMATT, (Coalition Military Assisted Training Team). In 2006 he deployed to Kuwait as an LNO at Camp Buehring and attended General Caseys COIN Academy in Taji Iraq. In 2007 he left the USAR, joined the Regular Army, and PCSd to FT Hood Texas to 21 Cav BDE as the 1SG for Task Force Odin II. He completed the USSMA First Sergeants Course and then in 2009 deployed to Iraq as an Aerial Observer in an RC-12. After redeploying back to FT Hood he transferred to 1ST Army and in 2010 deployed to Afghanistan as an instructor with the UK forces on Camp Bastion in the Helmand Province and conducted missions with British II Para. In 2011 he PCSd to FT Wainwright with 1STSBCT and deployed to Afghanistan as Platoon Sergeant for B Company, 1-5 Infantry in Kandahar. After being med-evaced he returned to Afghanistan and finished the deployment as a Battle CPT/TOC NCO in Masumghar. In July of 2014 he PCSd to Cadet Command at University of Arizona.