Brigadier General, US Army, Retired
Chris is a graduate of West Point, Colorado State University, and the U.S. Army War College. His experience ranges from commanding troops in combat to commanding the NATO Headquarters in Bosnia. He has been published in journals and publications, such as the Army Times and War on the Rocks.
Michael E. Haskew is the author of West Point 1915: Eisenhower, Bradley and the Class the Stars Fell On, and Appomattox, The Last Days of Robert E. Lee’s Army of Northern Virginia. He has written numerous other books and contributed to many others. He has also authored many magazine, periodic, and newspaper articles during a 37-year career in journalism. He is the editor of WWII History Magazine, and resides in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Geoffrey Hunt earned his Ph.D. in History from the University of Colorado-Boulder in 1997. He is the author of Colorado’s Infantry Volunteers in the Philippine Wars, 1898-1899. He was the Founding Director of Wings Over The Rockies Aviation & Space Museum in Denver, Colorado, and has been a Professor of History at the Community College of Aurora for twenty-two years.
Former US Army officer (1965-1970) Flint Whitlock is a Vietnam War veteran, author of 13 books, battlefield tour guide for the Smithsonian and National Geographic, and editor of WWII Quarterly magazine.
Christopher Miskimon began his military career in 1987 as an enlisted infantryman in the First Cavalry Division. In 2003 he obtained his commission in the Colorado National Guard and became a field artillery officer. Chris deployed as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2009-10. He became a freelance writer in 2004, with over 100 articles published since then, specializing in military history and current military affairs. He and his family make their home in Westminster, Colorado.