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Students Talk Security | What Role Should the U.S. Military Have in Settling International Disputes?
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An Interview with Major Mike Murrell by Matthew Carranza **Any opinions that Maj. Murrell expresses are completely his own and do not reflect those of the US Army.** Summary: In this episode of ‘Students Talk Security’, Matthew Carranza focuses on the military aspect of international relations given Major Murrell’s background. Matthew is interested in his past experiences, his thoughts on how overall missions work on the ground level, and what he has seen while deployed in foreign nations. Matthew believes Major Murrell’s perspective on US military relations with other nations will be particularly insightful, and will give us a closer look to what actually happens as a result of our national defense policies. Biography: Major Mike Murrell enlisted in the Army in 2003. After 4 years of service, he attended Officer Candidate School at Fort Benning where he was commissioned as a Military Intelligence Officer in 2008. He has served in several leadership roles including Battalion S2 for the 95th Military Police Battalion in Mannheim, Germany, was the Company Commander with Division West, First Army, and was a Strategic Planner for J2 at US Southern Command. His awards and decorations include, but are not limited to, the Meritorious Service Medal, Joint Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal with 2 bronze oak leaf, and Army Achievement Medal with bronze oak leaf. He has a bachelor’s degree in history from Excelsior College and a master’s degree in Military Arts and Science from the Air University. He is currently in his second year as an Assistant Professor of Military Science in Notre Dame’s Army ROTC program.