Dennis S. Sullivan, Select One

Col.,U.S. Army

Military Professor National Security Affairs
Dennis Sullivan photo

Biography

Colonel Dennis Sullivan serves as the Senior Army Advisor to the President, Naval War College and as a Military Professor in the National Security Affairs Department. Prior to joining the Naval War College faculty, he served as a member of the Chief of Naval Operations Strategic Studies Group. He has served in a variety of Army Infantry assignments. His assignment highlights include a Security Force Assistance Brigade Commander in Afghanistan and the 10th Mountain Division G3 and the Regional Command-South CJ-3 for ISAF Joint Command in Kandahar Afghanistan.

Areas of Expertise

  • Afghanistan
  • Iraq
  • Leadership
  • Military Planning
  • Operational Warfare

Professional Highlights

2016

Chief of Naval Operations Strategic Studies Group

Researched and wrote on human-machine teaming in the future U.S. Navy.
2013

Commander, 2d Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division

Operational deployment to Paktika Province, Afghanistan as a Security Force Assistance Brigade (SFAB).
2010

G-3/5/7, 10th Mountain Division

Operational deployment to Kandahar, Afghanistan as the Regional Command - South CJ-3
2008

Commander, 2d Battalion 22d Infantry Battalion, 1BCT, 10th Mountain Division

Operational deployment to Kirkuk, Iraq.

Education

M.A., U.S. Naval War College, National Security and Strategic Studies, with Distinction

M.M.A.S, U.S. Army School of Advanced Military Studies (SAMS), National Security and Strategic Studies

M.A., Webster University, Computer Resource and Information Management

News, Media, & Events

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23rd International Seapower Symposium

Sep. 18, 2018
8:00 a.m.
U.S. Naval War College, 686 Cushing Road, Newport, RI 02841
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Cheer Up Admiral Sims!! There Still is No Naval War College

Apr. 20, 2018
U.S. Naval Institute
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