Colonel Hollie Martin


Hollie Martin, representing the US Army, is a national security affairs fellow for the academic year 2015–2016 at the Hoover Institution.

Colonel Martin is a logistics officer and a 1994 graduate of the US Military Academy, where, as a Spanish major, she earned a bachelor’s of science degree. She holds a master’s degree in military operational art and science from the US Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, and a master’s of military art and science degree in theater operations from the School of Advanced Military Studies, US Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Martin has served in a variety of operational billets in the army, with assignments and deployments to Southwest Asia, South Korea, Germany, and the US Army Pacific Command area of operations. She deployed twice to Iraq with the 1st Armored Division as a division logistics plans officer and as a battalion support operations officer. Next she served as a battalion executive officer in Germany and then as a strategic logistics plans officer and a chief of plans in Hawaii. Following her tour in Hawaii, she commanded a brigade support battalion at Fort Bliss, Texas, in support of a brigade combat team and the Army’s modernization strategy. Most recently, she served as Chief, Logistics Branch Propenency Office for Personnel Development at Fort Lee, Virginia.

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