2013 CONFERENCE PRESENTER
CAPTAIN CHANDLER SWALLOW
Associate Professor, Economics Department, Afghanistan & Pakistan Fellows Program Coordinator, Eisenhower School, National Defense University
R. Chandler Swallow is a Captain in the U.S. Navy and a 28-year Naval Officer and nuclear engineer. During his long military career he has driven and commanded ships, directed operations of fleets and squadrons, worked at the Office of the Secretary of Defense in Policy and currently serves as an Associate Professor in the Economics Department and the Afghanistan & Pakistan Fellows Program Coordinator at the Eisenhower School at the National Defense University. Captain Swallow holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Tulane University, an M.A. in National Security and Strategic Studies from the Naval War College; and an M.S. in Operations Analysis from the Naval Post Graduate School. He has recently published an article in Small Wars Journal on Lessons Learned in Wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
The Myths and Realities of Military Culture Today
Presenter(s): Julia Gaspar-Bates, President, Intercultural Alliances; Dr. Mark Bates, Director, Resilience and Prevention Directorate, Defense Center of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE); Dr. Stephen V. Bowles, Associate Professor of Behavioral Science, National Defense University; Ivonne Arena, Deputy Chief of Staff, Defense Centers of Excellence (DCoE); Captain Chandler Swallow, Associate Professor, Economics Department, Afghanistan & Pakistan Fellows Program Coordinator, Eisenhower School, National Defense University