Dave Jerabek Assistant Professor Dave Jerabek is an Assistant Professor at the Joint and Combined Warfighting School in the Joint Forces Staff College, a part of the National Defense University, in Norfolk, VA. In his 30year Navy career he held numerous command and joint positions. His commanding officer (CO) tours were at Naval Administrative Command, Norfolk, VA, and with Helicopter Combat Support Squadron SIX (HC-6) also in Norfolk, VA. His joint tours were at United States Joint Forces Command, J7; United States Atlantic Command, J8; and Joint Forces Staff College. A Navy helicopter pilot, Assistant Professor Jerabek had three aircraft squadron tours and two ship’s company tours during his career, culminating as Operations Officer aboard USS GUAM (LPH-9). Assistant Professor Jerabek teaches National Security Strategy and Joint Operational Planning in one of two senior seminars in Joint and Combined Warfighting School for Joint Professional Military Education II. Prior to his retirement from active duty, he was a plank holding instructor and department chair of the Operational Art and Campaign Planning Department at the Joint Advanced Warfighting School, one of National Defense University’s masters degree granting senior service schools. He currently teaches one elective on Comprehensive Approach to Complex Contingency Operations and previously taught electives in Combating Weapons of Mass Destruction and Consequence Management. His prior teaching experience includes two years as a Senior Lecturer of Mathematics at the United States Naval Academy. Assistant Professor Jerabek is a 1979 graduate of United States Naval Academy with a Bachelor of Science degree in Management and Technology. He earned his Masters of Science degree in Operations Research from the Naval Postgraduate School and has his Certificate in College Teaching from the Virginia Tidewater Consortium for Higher Education. He is also a 1999 graduate of the Army War College in Carlisle, PA. He is currently pursuing his Doctorate in Business Administration from Walden University.
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