To conclude this year’s feature series on the Hoover Institution’s National Security Affairs Fellows is our story on Lieutenant Colonel Brant Eggers, representing the United States Marine Corps. Throughout his military career, Eggers has served in multiple positions within the marine corps, as well as participating in several Western Pacific and Operation Iraqi Freedom deployments. In 1993, he was designated a communications officer in the US Marine Corps. Most recently, he served as the commanding officer of the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps at UC Berkeley and inspector instructor of Sixth Communications Battalion in Brooklyn, New York. He has a master’s degree from the Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island, in national security and strategic studies, and a bachelor’s degree in political science from California State University, Bakersfield. While at Hoover, Eggers focused on reform effort with military officer education and training, specifically in the service academies.