Come with questions to the Breakfast Q&A with Members of the Military. Colonel Brian R. Bruckbauer, U.S. Air Force; Captain Clint Carroll, U.S. Navy; Colonel Rick Ullian, U.S. Army will address the evolving role of the military in foreign policy.
Colonel Brian R. Bruckbauer, U.S. Air Force, served as the commander of the Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson and 673d Air Base Wing in Alaska where he was responsible for 5,500 personnel, $11.4B in infrastructure, and support to over 35,000 throughout Alaska. Previously he was the military assistant to the under secretary of defense for policy.
Colonel Bruckbauer holds a BA from the University of St. Thomas, an MA from the George Washington University, an MS from the College of Naval Command and Staff, and an MS from the National War College
Captain Clint Carroll, U.S. Navy, commanded Amphibious Squadron 3, the Essex Amphibious Ready Group, and USS Robert G. Bradley (FFG-49). He has deployed to the Pacific, Africa, the Middle East, and the Mediterranean. Captain Carroll served as the deputy commandant of midshipmen at the U.S. Naval Academy, in the operations directorate of The Joint Staff, and as a Quadrennial Defense Review analyst on the Chief of Naval Operations' staff.
Captain Carroll holds a BS from the U.S. Naval Academy, an MBA from San Diego State University, and an MS from the National War College. He was a Joint Staff Fellow for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Seminar XXI Program.
Colonel Rick Ullian, U.S. Army, is an artillerymen and former brigade commander in Europe. His previous assignments include special assistant to the vice chief of staff of the Army. He has deployed numerous times in support of military operations in Somalia, Haiti, Iraq, and Afghanistan.
Colonel Ullian holds a BA from the University of California, Los Angeles, an MA from the Naval Command and Staff College, and served as an Army War College fellow at the Institute of World Politics.