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Dr. Edward (Buck) Hagerty

Part-Time Instructor, Arts, Humanities & Education
Dr. Edward (Buck) Hagerty

Education

Ph.D. in History
Temple University
M.A. in History
Temple University

Research Interests

U.S. Military History (US Civil War; WWII; Cold War); Modern Ireland (1916 Rebellion-Present)

Positions Held

2009 - Present
Air University, Air Command and Staff College
Adjunct Instructor
2009 - Present
Journal of Strategic Security
Founder and Book Review Editor
2010 - 2014
Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI)
Reserve Commander
1982 - 2014
US Air Force Reserve, Air Force Office of Special Investigations
Special Agent (Colonel)
2011
Virginia Military Institute
Adjunct Faculty

Intellectual Contributions

The Battle of Santa Rosa Island

Edward J Hagerty
September 26, 2020
Marine Corps University Press

The Night the Angels Sang: Christmas 1914 at Home and on the Front

Edward J. Hagerty
April (2nd Quarter/Spring) 7, 2015
Saber & Scroll

Presentations

Non-traditional Career Paths For Historians

Organization of American Historians Annual Meeting
April 6, 2019

US Foreign and Military Policy

International Studies Association-South
October 19, 2013

Richard H. Anderson, C.S.A.: The Making of a Soldier

Conference of Civil War Roundtables
2012

Media Contributions

Military History and Film

May 11, 2015
Social Media - Blog

Translating Military Experience Into the Classroom

Translating Military Experience Into the Classroom
2013
Social Media - Podcast

Leaner and Meaner: American Military University's Military Studies Program Revision

Leaner and Meaner: American Military University's Military Studies Program Revision
2012
Social Media - Blog

Meeting in the Middle: The Importance of a Broad Strategic View in National Security

Meeting in the Middle: The Importance of a Broad Strategic View in National Security
2012
Social Media - Blog

National Security Program Overview

YouTube
October 30, 2012
Other

Meeting in the Middle: The Importance of a Broad Strategic View in NSEC

APUS Scholar of the Week blog
June 10, 2012
Social Media - Blog