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  • Academics: LCDR Christopher Armstrong
    Reading Center HWRC International Council Peer Tutor Program Honors USCGA Scholars Honors Internships National Honor Societies Saratoga Fellowship USCGA Annual Ethics Forum Center for Advanced Studies About Lunchtime Seminar Series Excellence in Scholarship Awards Summer Fellowship Reports CONTACT INFORMATION LCDR Christopher M Armstrong U S Coast Guard Academy Department of Engineering 31 Mohegan Avenue New London CT 06320 Christopher M Armstrong uscga edu 860 444 8538 LCDR CHRISTOHER M ARMSTRONG Electrical Engineering Instructor Department of Engineering U S Coast Guard Academy LCDR Armstrong was commissioned in the U S Coast Guard after graduating from the Coast Guard Academy in 2001 with a Bachelor s Degree in Electrical Engineering His first assignment was as an Engineer Officer in Training and Damage Control Assistant on board CGC Bear WMEC 901 in Portsmouth Virginia from June 2001 to May 2003 He then attended the University of Rhode Island where he graduated in May 2005 with a Master s Degree in Electrical Engineering From there he was assigned to CGHQ CG D then CG 933 as the C4ISR Program Manager for the design and construction of the National Security Cutter from June 2005 to May 2009 LDCR Armstrong was then assigned as the Operations Officer to Electronic Systems Support Unit ESU Miami from June 2009 until June 2011 After two years LCDR Armstrong was fleeted up to the Executive Officer XO until his departure in June 2013 In the summer of 2013 LCDR Armstrong returned to the Coast Guard Academy as an Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering Originally from southern New Jersey he currently lives in Newport Rhode Island with his wife who is a Civil Engineer for the Coast Guard out of CEU Providence Education M S E E University of Rhode Island 2005 Masters Certification in Project Management The George Washington University

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  • Academics: LCDR Brian Bachtel
    Department Scholarship Science Department Marine and Environmental Sciences Curriculum by Year Introductory Courses Major Specializations Capstone Course Independent Research Science Lecture Series Internships Department Scholarship Careers Professional Maritime Studies Course Descriptions Strategic Intelligence Studies Courses Internships Graduate Studies Distinguished Speaker Program Faculty Alphabetical List Browse by Department Engineering Faculty Humanities Faculty Management Faculty Mathematics Faculty Science Faculty Professional Maritime Studies Faculty Library Registrar Academic Support Services Academic Advising Fourth Class Academic Orientation Cadet Academic Advisory Board Cadet Academic Assistance Program Writing and Reading Center HWRC International Council Peer Tutor Program Honors USCGA Scholars Honors Internships National Honor Societies Saratoga Fellowship USCGA Annual Ethics Forum Center for Advanced Studies About Lunchtime Seminar Series Excellence in Scholarship Awards Summer Fellowship Reports CONTACT INFORMATION LCDR Brian Bachtel U S Coast Guard Academy Engineering Department 15 Mohegan Avenue New London CT 06320 Brian D Bachtel uscga edu 860 444 8677 LCDR BRIAN BACHTEL Civil Engineering Instructor Department of Engineering U S Coast Guard Academy LCDR Brian Bachtel graduated from the U S Coast Guard Academy in 2003 with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering Upon graduation LCDR Bachtel served as Damage Control Assistant on USCGC Alert WMEC 630 out of Astoria Oregon In 2005 LCDR Bachtel was assigned as a project manager for the Rescue 21 Project at Coast Guard Headquarters in Washington D C While at this assignment LCDR Bachtel attended night classes and earned a Master of Engineering in Project Management from the University of Maryland In 2008 LCDR Bachtel was selected for post graduate study and attended the University of New Mexico where he earned a Master of Science in Civil Engineering Following graduate school in 2010 LCDR Bachtel was assigned to Civil Engineering Unit Cleveland where he worked as a designer and project manager for construction projects to Coast

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  • Academics: LCDR Joseph Benin
    selected as an adjunct MacArthur Fellow and ultimately earned a Master of Science degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering and a Master of Science degree in Information Security In 2005 he was selected as a member of the Permanent Commissioned Teaching Staff PCTS He successfully defended his dissertation and graduated with a Ph D in Electrical and Computer Engineering in 2012 and presently focuses on the areas of computer networks programming and security Education Ph D E C E Georgia Institute of Technology December 2012 M S I N F S Georgia Institute of Technology May 2005 M S E C E Georgia Institute of Technology May 2005 B S E E U S Coast Guard Academy May 2001 Courses Taught Introduction to Computer Programming Signals Systems and Transforms Computer Control Systems Computer Communications and Networking Projects in Electrical and Computer Engineering Advisor Electrical Circuits and Machines Software Design I Software Design II Digital Circuits and Computer Systems Electrical Engineering I Software Engineering Selected Publications and Presentations Hall J Lee J Benin J Armstrong C Owen H IEEE 1609 Influenced Automatic Identification System AIS Vehicular Technology Conference VTC Spring 2015 IEEE 81st 11 14 May 2015 Benin J Howie S T Hannon B B Williamson N 2015 June Learning IPv6 Becoming a Subject Matter Expert of a Technical Topic through a Year long Capstone Design Project Paper presented at 2015 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition Seattle Washington 10 18260 p 24408 Joseph Benin Julien Poumailloux Henry Owen and Abdelmadjid Bouabdallah 2012 Impact of pseudonym subsequent pre computation and forwarding in hybrid vehicular networks In Proceedings of the ninth ACM international workshop on Vehicular inter networking systems and applications VANET 12 ACM New York NY USA 123 126 Benin J Nowatkowski M Owen H Vehicular network pseudonym distribution in congested urban

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  • Academics: Deanna L. Bergondo
    Ph D Associate Professor Department of Science U S Coast Guard Academy Professor Bergondo earned a B A in Chemistry 1996 from Franklin and Marshall College M E in Ocean Engineering 1999 from Stevens Institute of Technology and Ph D in Chemical Oceanography 2004 from the University of Rhode Island s Graduate School of Oceanography URI GSO She was a postdoctoral investigator at URI GSO from 2004 to 2007 where she did research on circulation in upper Narragansett Bay and the Providence River Professor Bergondo has been a member of the U S Coast Guard Academy faculty since 2006 She teaches Marine Geochemistry Coastal Oceanography Atmospheric and Marine Sciences and the 4 c Experience course Professor Bergondo s has an active research program centered on understanding the structure temperature and salinity stratification and circulation of the Thames River Estuary Education Ph D Chemical Oceanography University of Rhode Island Narragansett Rhode Island 2004 M E Ocean Engineering Stevens Institute of Technology Hoboken New Jersey 1999 B A Chemistry Franklin and Marshall College Lancaster Pennsylvania 1996 Courses Taught Marine Geochemistry Coastal Oceanography Atmospheric and Marine Sciences Introduction to Geospatial Sciences Marine Renewable Energy Seminar Fourth Class Experience Selected Publications and Presentations Rogers J Bergondo D and Kincaid C In Prep Characterizing Flow across the northern tip of Prudence Island Rhode Island Journal of Geophysical Research Kremer J Vaudrey J Ullman D Bergondo D LaSota N Kincaid C Codiga D and Brush M 2010 Simulating Property Exchange in Estuarine Ecosystem Models at Ecologically Appropriate Scales Ecological Modelling 221 7 1080 1088 Kincaid C Bergondo D and Rosenberger K 2008 The role of winds runoff and seasonal variability in the exchange of water between Narragansett Bay and Rhode Island Sound Ecosystem based Estuary Management A Case Study of Narragansett Bay Springer Bergondo D L

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  • Academics: Dr. Diane Boucher
    the Maritime Borderlands East Florida 1763 to 1811 explores the transnational networks East Florida frontier communities created to protect and prioritize common interests that often conflicted with imperial and national imperatives The study examines the cooperative and contentious relationships among free and enslaved Native Americans whites black and mixed race inhabitants along the Georgia Florida borderland and their quests to secure life land wealth and liberty The study emphasizes the inherent difficulties the Spanish and British empires had controlling settlers and Native Americans in colonization efforts and the increased complexities arising from the founding of the early republic Prior to coming to the Coast Guard Academy Dr Boucher taught on campus and online courses at Fitchburg State University in Fitchburg Massachusetts She and her husband Denis live in Gardner Massachusetts and they have two children Lauren and Ross Education Ph D American History Clark University Worcester MA 2014 M A Politics Brandeis University Waltham MA 2004 B A Music Education Anna Maria College Paxton MA 1997 Courses Taught U S History I from Colonial Era to Reconstruction U S History II from 1877 to the Present Writing History Historical Methods Selected Publications and Presentations Murder and Mayhem on the East Florida Frontier The Florida Historical Quarterly Winter 2015 Viability of V O Key s Black Population Density Theory on the Desegregation of Southern U S Public Universities 1948 1963 Journal of Negro Education forthcoming Late Eighteenth Century Mapping of Amelia Island Florida American Historical Print Collectors Society Newsletter 38 1 Summer 2013 Webinar The Freedmen s Bureau A Treasury of African American life in the Civil War and Reconstruction Workshop for National Archives Administration Archivists February 2015 Tracing African American Heritage in the Freedmen s Bureau African American Historical and Genealogical Society June 2014 Under the King s Protection A

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  • Academics: CDR Russell E. Bowman
    including homeland security maritime law enforcement environmental protection and compliance administrative law and military justice In that capacity Commander Bowman prosecuted courts martial as trial counsel and assisted the Department of Justice in prosecuting Coast Guard initiated criminal cases including as a Special Assistant U S Attorney In the summer of 2010 Commander Bowman deployed as a legal advisor to the National Incident Command for the government wide response to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill He returned to the Academy for the Fall 2010 semester and assumed duties and responsibilities as Chief of the Law Section Subsequently selected to serve as a member of the Academy s Permanent Commissioned Teaching Staff in 2012 Commander Bowman transitioned to the Government History and Ethics Section where he teaches courses in the Politics Policy and Law concentration of the Academy s Government Major He was appointed to serve as Chief of the Government Section in the Fall of 2015 Commander Bowman s research interests include environmental response and disaster preparedness policy In conjunction therewith he recently undertook a two year leave of absence in which he completed coursework at Northeastern University in Boston in pursuit of a Ph D in Law and Public Policy His forthcoming dissertation focuses on the use of resilience as a policy construct for improving critical infrastructure disaster response and homeland security more broadly Operationally Commander Bowman served as a Marine Casualty Investigator and as the Assistant Supervisor of Port Safety and Security for Coast Guard Sector Baltimore the parent command for Coast Guard operations on the Upper Chesapeake Bay and Potomac River Commander Bowman also served for two years aboard the Coast Guard Cutter Red Birch WLM 687 as its Operations Officer Education Ph D Candidate Law and Public Policy Northeastern University Judge Advocate certification U S Naval

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  • Academics: LCDR Joseph D. Brown
    Professor Department of Science U S Coast Guard Academy LCDR Joseph D Brown graduated with a degree in Marine and Environmental Science from the United States Coast Guard Academy in 1998 After graduation he served as a Deck Watch Officer and the Assistant Operations Officer aboard the CGC Polar Sea WAGB 11 in Seattle Washington In 2001 he was assigned to Marine Safety Office San Diego California where he performed the duties of Port Safety and Security Officer Assistant Chief of Port Operations and Marine Inspector LCDR Brown completed his masters degree in organic chemistry in 2007 from San Diego State University LCDR Brown then served as a rotating military faculty from 2006 2010 during which time he was active in cadet professional development as a Yacht Safety Officer Head Pistol Team Coach and is a member of the American Chemical Society In 2010 he transferred to Marine Safety Unit Morgan City as the Assistant Response Department Head and then Response Department Head In 2011 LCDR Brown was selected to join the Academy s Permanent Commissioned Teaching Staff Education M A Chemistry San Diego State University 2007 B S Marine and Environmental Sciences U S Coast Guard Academy 1998 Courses Taught General Chemistry I and Lab General Chemistry II and Lab Organic Chemistry Lab Fourth Class Academic Orientation Program BEARS Projects in Chemistry Research in Chemistry Selected Publications and Presentations Rodrigo Rodriguez Po Shen Pan Chung Mao Pan Suchitra Ravula Stephanie Lapera Erin Singh Thomas J Styers Joseph D Brown Julia Cajica Emily Parry Katerina Otrubova and Shelli R McAlpine Synthesis of second generation Sansalvamide A derivatives Novel Templates as Potent Anti tumor Agents J Org Chem v72 p1980 2002 2007 Thomas J Styers Ahmet Kekec Rodrigo Rodriguez Joseph D Brown Julia Cajica Chris L Carroll Po Shen Pan Irene

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  • Academics: ET1 Vagen Bryant
    and Environmental Sciences Curriculum by Year Introductory Courses Major Specializations Capstone Course Independent Research Science Lecture Series Internships Department Scholarship Careers Professional Maritime Studies Course Descriptions Strategic Intelligence Studies Courses Internships Graduate Studies Distinguished Speaker Program Faculty Alphabetical List Browse by Department Engineering Faculty Humanities Faculty Management Faculty Mathematics Faculty Science Faculty Professional Maritime Studies Faculty Library Registrar Academic Support Services Academic Advising Fourth Class Academic Orientation Cadet Academic Advisory Board Cadet Academic Assistance Program Writing and Reading Center HWRC International Council Peer Tutor Program Honors USCGA Scholars Honors Internships National Honor Societies Saratoga Fellowship USCGA Annual Ethics Forum Center for Advanced Studies About Lunchtime Seminar Series Excellence in Scholarship Awards Summer Fellowship Reports CONTACT INFORMATION ET1 Vagen Bryant U S Coast Guard Academy Professional Maritime Studies 27 Mohegan Avenue New London CT 06320 Vagan L Bryant uscg mil 860 701 6784 ET1 Vagen Bryant SCANTS Electronic Technician Professional Maritime Studies U S Coast Guard Academy ET1 Bryant began his military career as a Fire Control Technician in the U S Navy After many West PAC deployments aboard Ticonderoga class cruisers USS Lake Erie CG70 and USS Chosin CG 65 he volunteered for an Individual Augmentee tour and served at

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