Sean J. Carroll, Select One

Associate Professor College of Maritime Operational Warfare
Cmdr., U.S. Navy
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Biography

Professor Carroll served as a naval flight officer aboard USS Saratoga (CV 60) and USS Enterprise (CVN 65). Ashore, he taught and advised Navy Reserve Officer Training Corps midshipmen as an assistant professor of naval science at Boston University. As a commander in the U.S. Navy reserve component, he currently serves as the operations officer for a unit that supports NATO Allied Command Transformation. Previously, he served with the U.S. Central Command as a Levant planner, commanding officer of a unit that supports Commander, U.S. Forces Korea and executive officer of the reserve unit for Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command/U.S. Fourth Fleet.

Areas of Expertise

  • Command and Control
  • HA/DR
  • Iraq
  • Joint Operations
  • Latin America
  • Operational Warfare
  • Syria

Professional Highlights

2017

US Central Command J5 Levant Planner

2015

Associate Professor, Maritime Staff Officers Course (MSOC)

2012

Associate Professor, Joint/Combined Maritime Component Commander Course (JFMCC/CFMCC)

2008

Assistant Professor, Joint/Combined Maritime Component Commander Course (JFMCC/CFMCC)

2015

Commanding Officer, Navy Reserve US Forces Korea Det 102

2012

Executive Officer, Navy Reserve COMUSNAVSO/C4F

Education

M.A., Boston University, 2000, International Relations

B.A., Boston College, 1989, History

Related Credentials

Joint Professional Military Education I, Naval War College
2012

News, Media, & Events

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VIDEO: 45 Seconds on Doing Something Worthwhile

Jun. 24, 2019
News Publication
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Annual Naval War College Army-Navy Flag Football Game: 2019

Dec. 06, 2019
3:00 p.m.
Nimitz Football Field, Naval Station Newport, Newport, RI 02841
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The U.S.-Iran Naval War of 2019: What It Could Look Like

May. 11, 2019
The National Interest
Article Publication

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