David Raugh is a career U.S. Army Officer with over 21 years in the service. He received his Bachelors in Science in Environmental Science and Systems Engineering from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1993, a Masters of Science in Adult Education from Kansas State in 2004 and a Master of Military Art and Science in Campaign Design from the School of Advanced Military Studies at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas in 2005. He served two years as an instructor at the U.S. Army Captains Career Course, and commanded military formations up to and including a battalion of over 560 men and women in Afghanistan. He has over five years of extensive overseas experience in the Middle East and Eastern Europe. Dave’s most recent job was serving as the deputy lead of the North American Air Defense and United States Northern Command Commander’s Initiatives Group (CIG), a group that developed regional North American military strategy guidance for approval and directed implementation by a four-star General Geographical Combatant Commander. Dave is attending the University of Central Florida Security Studies Ph.D. program as a member of the U.S. Army Advanced Strategic Plans and Policy Program (ASP3).
In the News
Spring ’19 Ph.D. Grads Honored At Reception
The Spring ’19 doctorate degree students were recognized Thursday at a special reception. Graduates celebrated their achievement with their faculty advisors, family, College of Sciences…