Dr. Christopher Paparone is on faculty at the Eisenhower School of National Security and Resource Strategy, National Defense University, Washington, DC. He is a retired Army colonel with 28 years of active service to include participation in operations Just Cause, Desert Storm, Joint Endeavor, Joint Guard, and Operation Allied Force. He received a PhD in Public Administration from Penn State University and served as a faculty member of the Army War College. After retirement from his last active duty tour as J4 (Logistics and Engineering) at US Joint Forces Command, he served six years on faculty as an associate professor with the US Army Command and General Staff College. His last position before Eisenhower School was as a college dean at the US Army Logistics University, Fort Lee, VA. He has published numerous articles and book chapters. In 2013, Bloomsbury, NY, published his book, The Sociology of Military Science.