Lieutenant Colonel Brian Eno is a research fellow at the Belfer Center’s National Security Fellowship program. He holds master’s degrees in International Relations, Strategic Studies and Military Strategy from Troy University, the Naval War College, and the School of Advanced Air and Space Studies of Air University respectively. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in History from Azusa Pacific University.

He is a space operator and commissioned officer in the United States Space Force and most recently served as the Commander, 1st Range Operations Squadron at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, Florida. His current research is in national defense and security issues to include various topics pertinent to the United States Space Force.

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