Nathaniel Fick, Dr. John Nagl, Dr. Kristin Lord and Dr. Andrew Bacevich present the 1LT Andrew J. Bacevich, Jr., USA, Fellowship to CNAS Research Associate Travis Sharp. The Bacevich Fellowship was established in June 2007 in honor and memory of 1LT Andrew J. Bacevich Jr., USA, from Walpole, Massachusetts, who died from wounds suffered during combat patrol operations as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Bacevich Fellows are selected annually and are awarded to emerging leaders who exemplify courage, integrity and commitment to public service. Read the transcript here.
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