Terence E. Mahoney, Select One

Associate Professor Wargaming Department
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Terence Mahoney Faculty Profile

Biography

Terence Mahoney is an Associate Professor in the War Gaming Department, Center for Naval Warfare Studies. Professor Mahoney previously served twenty-eight years on active duty in the United States Navy on sea duty assignments as a helicopter pilot and a variety of shore duty assignments including Associate Professor of Naval Science at the University of Illinois, Security Assistance Officer at the United States Embassy, Bonn, Germany, Executive Officer at Officer Training Command Newport, and as military faculty in the War Gaming Department. Additionally, Professor Mahoney was a development team analyst for three years at the Navy Warfare Development Command.

Areas of Expertise

  • Wargaming

Professional Highlights

2009

Assistant Research Professor

Rejoined the Wargaming Department as a civilian professor after four years as military faculty (1999-2003).
2005

Analyst, Naval Warfare Development Command

Sea Basing Warfare Innovation Development Team
2003

Executive Officer, Officer Training Command Newport

1999

Military Faculty, Naval War College

1996

Associate Professor, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Executive Officer, NROTC Unit
1993

Chief Navy Section, Office of Defense Cooperation

US Embassy, Bonn, Germany

Education

M.A., United States Naval War College, 1992, National Security and Strategic Affairs

B.S., U.S. Naval Academy, 1977, Ocean Engineering

News, Media, & Events

VIDEO: 45 Seconds on Honor, Courage and Commitment

Jul. 08, 2019
News Publication

Starship Poseidon Summer STEM Camp

Jul. 14, 2019
3:00 p.m.
Naval Station, U.S. Naval War College, 686 Cushing Road, Newport, RI 02841

Aircraft Carrier Chaos: How the U.S. Navy Lost One of Its Most Deadly Warships

Mar. 11, 2019
The National Interest
Article Publication

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