Alexander D. Corbin, M.S., M.A.  Military Intelligence Officer

Alexander D. Corbin, M.S., M.A.

Military Intelligence Officer

  • M.S., Strategic Intelligence
  • M.A., Military Studies (Intelligence)
  • B.A., Political Science
  • B.A., Middle East Studies (Arabic)

Professor Alex Corbin is a U.S. Army Military Intelligence (MI) Officer with over 22 years of active service. During his military career, he has served in Human Intelligence and Counterintelligence positions at the tactical, operational, and strategic levels during deployments to the Balkans, Egypt, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and Iraq.  He has an extensive background in U.S. Army MI future force development and wrote, developed, and published doctrine for the U.S. Army Future Combat Systems MI organizations as part of the Future Brigade Combat Team.

Prof. Corbin is currently assigned to the 500th MI Brigade at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii.

Professional Experience

  • U.S. Army, MI Officer (1997-Present)

Education & Professional Certifications

  • M.S., Strategic Intelligence, National Defense Intelligence College, 2008
  • M.A., Military Studies (Intelligence), American Military University, 2001
  • B.A., Political Science, University of Utah, 1997
  • B.A., Middle East Studies (Arabic), University of Utah, 1997
  • Certificate, International Relations, University of Utah, 1997
  • Military Historian, U.S. Army
  • Military Strategist, U.S. Army

Scholarly Activity

  • Interagency Fellow (2015-2016), National Security Agency, Fort Meade, MD.
  • “Lessons Learned from Camp Tracy” (2010), Byron Hot Springs Resort, Byron, CA.
  • “To Interrogate, You Must Have Feelings” (2010), Presidio of San Francisco, CA.
  • “The History of Camp Tracy” (2010), California Museum of History, Sacramento, CA.
  • The History of Camp Tracy: Japanese WWII POWs and the Future of Strategic Interrogation (2009), Ziedon Press.