Michael Mollohan, Lt. Col., USMCMILITARY PROFESSOR
Area of Expertise - Southeast Asia, Counterterrorism, Maritime Security, UN Peacekeeping, Crisis Management
Lieutenant Colonel Mollohan joined the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies in June 2006. Lt. Col. Mollohan is a military professor and course manager for the Center’s four-week long Comprehensive Security Responses to Terrorism program.
Having lived and served throughout the Asia Pacific region through most of his 25 years of active duty in various operations, logistics and command positions he is a Marine Foreign Area Officer specializing in Southeast Asia. His diversity of military experiences includes positions in Southeast Asia as an advisor and operations officer with Joint US Military Advisory Group Thailand to the Republic of Georgia as an operations officer and military observer with the United Nations and more than 100 operations and exercises throughout the Asia Pacific region.
Lt. Col. Mollohan holds a Master of Arts degree in National Security Affairs, a Master of Science degree in Business Management and a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science where his primary academic interests are combating terrorism and maritime security. Lt. Col. Mollohan’s military education includes the Marine Corps Amphibious Warfare School, Marine Corps Command and General Staff College, Joint Staff College and the Defense Language Institute.