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Colonel Timothy McAteer, Military Fellow

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Episode: November 7, 2012

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Colonel Timothy McAteer is an active duty U.S. Army Infantry Officer with 23 years of service. The majority of his service has been as a Paratrooper with the 82nd Airborne Division. He has multiple tactical and operational level deployments ranging from rifle platoon leader in Desert Shield/Desert Storm and the Sinai Egypt, up through service as a Battalion and Division Operations Officer, and Command at the Battalion level in Afghanistan and the Brigade level in Haiti and Iraq. We talk with Colonel McAteer about his role as a Military Fellow at Yale.

Learn more about Colonel Timothy McAteer.