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Christopher N. Koontz <email@example.com>
Air Force Historical Studies Office
Currently researching U.S. and coalition operations in Operation ENDURING FREEDOM in Afghanistan.
|Address:||2822 Doherty Drive SW Suite 404
Bolling Air Force Base
Washington, District of Columbia 20373
|List Affiliations:||Former List Editor for H-War
Reviewer for H-War
Ph.D. in History, University of North Texas, Denton, Texas, December 2003
M.A. in History, University of North Texas, December 1995
B.A. in History and Religious Studies, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, May 1992
Histories Branch, Air Force Historical Studies Office, Bolling Air Force Base, District of Columbia, September 2010-present
Historical Support Branch, Histories Division, U.S. Army Center of Military History, Fort Lesley J. McNair, District of Columbia, January 2004-September 2010
University of North Texas Oral History Program, Denton, Texas, April 2000-January 2004
Editor, Enduring Voices: Oral Histories of the U.S. Army in Afghanistan, 2003-2005. Washington, DC: U.S. Army Center of Military History
Co-editor, Heroes: Oral History Interviews With World War II Veterans. Denton, TX: University of North Texas Oral History Program, 2000, 2002, and 2004 editions.
Numerous book reviews and book notes published in Journal of Southern History, Military History of the West, and H-WAR Network, 2004-present.
Counterinsurgency Remembered: American Soldiers View the Afghan Conflict, 2007-2008. Conference of Army Historians, July 2009, Crystal City, VA
Keynote speaker, War Through Their Eyes: Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans Speak. Brooklyn College, May 2009, New York City, NY
Fifteen Months in the Mountains: An Airborne Battalion in Afghanistan, 2007-2008. Oral History in the Mid-Atlantic Region/Library of Congress Veterans History Project, May 2009, Washington, DC
Task Force Phoenix and the Training of the Afghan National Army, 2002-2005. Society for Military History, April 2009, Murfreesboro, Tennessee
“Hope, Money, and the Flag”: Provincial Reconstruction Teams and Regional Governance in Afghanistan, 2003-2005. Society for Military History, April 2008, Ogden, Utah
“A Bizarre Success”: American Soldiers Remember the Afghan Election of 2004. University of Victoria Military Oral History Conference: Between Memory and History, February 2008, Victoria, British Columbia