Nathan Finney

Nathan K. Finney

Nathan K. Finney is an officer in the U.S. Army with service in Iraq and Afghanistan, the editor of The Bridge, the Managing Director of the Military Fellowship at the Project on International Peace & Security, a member of the Infinity Journal's Editorial Advisory Board, and a founding board member of the Defense Entrepreneurs Forum. He has written on issues that involve strategy, building partner capacity, security sector reform, security force assistance, stability operations, and the integration of civilian and military agencies. He holds master’s degrees in Public Administration from the Harvard University and the University of Kansas, as well as a B.A. in Anthropology from the University of Arizona.

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The Army Human Resources Command Executive Road Show with HRC commanding general Maj. Gen. Richard Mustion and command sergeant major Command Sgt. Maj. Charles Smith paid a visit to Fort Gordon, Ga., to share the latest news for the soon-to-be-revised officer evaluation report as well as information on force-shaping/drawdown and promotion rate with company level and field grade officers during a town hall briefing, Sept. 18, 2013, at Alexander Hall. The HRC Executive Road Show is a suite of briefings provided to communicate and discuss the impact of recent and impending changes in HR as the Army transitions to the future. (Photo by Bill Bengtson/Fort Gordon Public Affairs Office)
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4 Things Television’s Top Writer Can Teach Us About Military Leadership
A true look at mentorship as a flawed and personal relationship with little effect on the bureaucracy is something that is way overdue in the military.
Service members with Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron finish their 10 kilometer hike in front of Building One here Sept. 5, 2013. The conditioning hikes were developed to prepare service members for the 17.75 kilometer hike in honor of the Marine Corps Birthday Ball.
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How Grassroots Initiatives are Spanning The Civilian-Military Gap
There is an increasing number of grassroots initiatives taking place across digital and physical spaces that are re-engaging the civilian-military relationship in America.