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									                   Defense Institute of Security Assistance Management
                                        2475 K Street
                         Wright-Patterson AFB, OH 45433-7641
                                       (937) 255-5850
                               mark.ahles@disam.dsca.mil


                                     MARK T. AHLES
                                 Dean of Academic Affairs
                                   Deputy Commandant
                       Professor of Security Assistance Management

EDUCATION
 Ph.D., The Union Institute and University, Cincinnati, OH, 2002, Computer and Information
  Science/Political Science
 Master of Strategic Studies, U.S. Army War College, 2009
 M.S., The Ohio State University, 1991, Computer Science
 B.A.., The Ohio State University, 1986, Computer Science
 A.A., The Ohio State University, 1985, History

MILITARY SCHOOLS
 US Army War College
 US Army Battalion/Brigade PreCommand Courses
 US Army Command and General Staff College
 Combined Arms Service Staff School, US Army Command and General Staff College
 Instructor Training Course (Honor Graduate), Ohio Military Academy
 Chemical Officer Advance Course (Honor Graduate), US Army Chemical School
 Chemical Officer Basic Course (Honor Graduate), US Army Chemical School
 Chemical Noncommissioned Officer Course (Honor Graduate), US Army Chemical School

CIVILIAN PROFESSIONAL HISTORY
 Dean of Academic Affairs, Defense Institute for Security Assistance Management, 2008-
   present
 Director of International Studies, Defense Institute for Security Assistance Management,
   2000-2008
 Associate Professor/Software Development, Defense Institute for Security Assistance
   Management, 1997-2000
 Data Base Administrator, Air Force Security Assistance Center, 1995-1997
 Information Technology Team Leader, Air Force Security Assistance Center, 1991-1995
 Systems Administrator, Air Force Material Command, 1989-1991
 Systems Analyst, National Security Agency, 1987-1989
 Systems Analyst, JCPenney Insurance Company, 1987
MILITARY RESERVE HISTORY
 Deputy to the Chief, International Affairs Directorate, National Guard Bureau, 2008-present
 G-2, Joint Force Headquarter, Ohio Army National Guard, 2006-2008
 Commander, 155th Chemical Battalion, Ohio Army National Guard, 2003-2006
 State Chemical Officer, Ohio Army National Guard, 2002-2003
 Mobile Training Team Chief, Kazakhstan and Tajikistan, 2002
 National Guard Programs Officer, Defense Security Cooperation Agency, 2000-2002
 Operations Officer, 1-73rd Troop Command Battalion (Military Police), Ohio Army National
  Guard, 1997-2000
 Executive Officer, 237th Personnel Service Battalion, Ohio Army National Guard, 1996-1997
 Commander, 337th Personnel Service Company, Ohio Army National Guard, 1994-1996
 Assistant Operations Officer, 73rd Troop Command, Ohio Army National Guard, 1989-1994
 Chemical Officer, 31st Combat Aviation Group, US Army Reserve, 1988-1989
 Chemical Officer, 1-166th Infantry Battalion, Ohio Army National Guard, 1986-1988
 Platoon Leader, 1485th Transportation Company, Ohio Army National Guard, 1984-1986
 Chemical Noncommissioned Officer, various units, Ohio Army National Guard, 1980-1984


RESEARCH INTERESTS
 Information Technology applications in national security.
 Security Assistance impact on U.S. foreign policy.
 Security Assistance Training Program process and measurements.

								
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