Kevin M. Brew, CAPT, JAGC
Joint Military Operations
Captain Brew joined the JMO faculty in December 2011. In addition to CONUS shore and overseas (Naples, Italy) legal tours, he served on board USS GEORGE WASHINGTON (CVN 73) including her 1994 maiden deployment to the MED/Adriatic and Persian Gulf. He served as an instructor at the Naval Justice School and as a country coordinator at the Defense Institute of International Legal Studies (DIILS) (conducted training missions worldwide including to Colombia, Argentina, Peru, DRC, Uganda, Zimbabwe, Madagascar, Djibouti, Kenya, Mauritania, Bosnia, Croatia, Latvia, Estonia, Ukraine, and Afghanistan). His joint operational tours include Chief International & Operational Law at HQ U. S. Special Operations Command, Staff Judge Advocate (SJA) to a Joint Special Operations Task Force, an IA deployment as Deputy SJA, Multi-National Forces-Iraq and an IA "advise and assist" tour in Kabul at NATO Training Mission-Afghanistan as the senior legal advisor to the Afghan Ministry of Interior/Afghan National Police. He also completed a tour as the military legal advisor at U.S. Embassy Rome. Captain Brew holds a B.A. (history) from Rutgers University, a J.D. from Pepperdine University, and an LL.M. (international banking) from Boston University. He also has an LL.M. (International Law/National Security Law) from Georgetown University (with distinction), and a M.A. (with distinction) from the Naval War College.
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