LTC Paul Krattiger

Biography: 

Lieutenant Colonel Paul Krattiger, representing the US Army, is a National Security Affairs Fellow for the academic year 2018–19 at the Hoover Institution.

Krattiger graduated from the US Military Academy at West Point in 1997 with a bachelor of science degree in economics. He was commissioned as an armor officer and served assignments throughout the continental United States and Germany and operational assignments in Bosnia, Iraq, Afghanistan, and South Korea. He currently serves as the armor branch chief in the US Army Human Resources Command, where he manages almost four thousand armor officers in the active army.

He earned a master of engineering management from Northwestern University and then served as an instructor and later assistant professor in the Department of Systems Engineering at the US Military Academy.

His research at the Hoover Institution will focus on The American Education System (K-­‐12) and the Impact on National Security.

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