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Bryan Musolino

Major Bryan Musolino, Ph.D., USAF is a WMD and Emerging Technology Assistant Professor within the Anthony G. Oettinger School of Science and Technology Intelligence. He instructs classes in WMD-Terrorism, chemical and energetic threats, joint professional military education, economics of technology, and identity intelligence. His current research lanes include chemical, radiological, nuclear, and explosive threats; irregular warfare operations; and stability operations. Major Musolino has worked myriad of topics as a chemist, to include the development of chemical warfare agent remote sensors, analyzing the effectiveness of CBRNE neutralization techniques and agent defeat weapons, and the identification/determination of contamination in aviation fuel. As a radio/nuclear chemist, he led a 36-member Division in developing and executing environmental modeling efforts for WMD/CBRNE events, stood up and led a new counter-WMD rapid deployment team, and developed/employed protocols for the U.S. Air Force’ nuclear treaty monitoring radiochemistry laboratory. From 2006 to 2008 Major Musolino was an all-source intelligence analyst with the National Air and Space Intelligence Center, Future Technologies Division. During this period, he published numerous final intelligence products covering emerging anti-material, energetic material, low / counter observable technology, and counter satellite / space technology threats. He led efforts for the test and analysis of biological agents being developed in multiple threat countries; resulting in the stand-up of a major laboratory for contingency operations support. He has been deployed to the Mobile Air Transportable Theater Laboratory System as a chemist; the Combined Joint Task Force Troy as the Counter-IED Targeting Program OIC; and as the Director of Operations and Plans to the Deputy Advisor to the Afghanistan Ministry of Interior. Outside the military Major Musolino has been a Rescue and Hazmat specialist for several FEMA Urban Search and Rescue Task Forces since 2002; is a public safety diver; and is a canine handler for local search and rescue teams. Major Musolino holds a Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
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