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Andrew A. Gallo is an active-duty Major in the United States Army and a Ph.D. student in the Department of Political Science where he researches military doctrine and military organizational learning. Andrew has 16 years of service as an Infantry officer with deployments to Iraq, Afghanistan, and South Korea. Most recently, Andrew served as the Regimental Operations Officer for 3d Cavalry Regiment in Fort Hood, Texas. Prior to that, Andrew was an Assistant Professor of American Politics, Policy, & Strategy at the United States Military Academy at West Point in the Department of Social Sciences. Andrew is an Airborne Ranger who commanded two airborne infantry companies in the 82nd Airborne Division in Tal'afar, Iraq in 2005 and Baghdad, Iraq in 2007. Andrew has been awarded three Bronze Star Medals for performance above and beyond the call of duty in combat. He has a Master of Public Affairs (M.P.A., 2009) from the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University and a Bachelor of Science (B.S., 2000) in Civil Engineering from the United States Military Academy at West Point.
The U.S. Military and (No) Change: Examining U.S. Army Doctrinal Rigidity in Peacetime
International Studies Association, Spring 2016, Atlanta, Georgia
Adjusting the Paradigm: A Human Security Framework for Combating Terrorism
Co-authored with Cindy R. Jebb, International Studies Association, Spring 2012, San Diego, California