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Colin Colbourn teaches military history in the History Department and is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the School of Marine Science and Policy. In his capacity as a Postdoctoral Researcher, Colin is the Lead Historian of Project Recover.
Colin works closely with Mark Moline, co-founder of Project Recover and Director of the School of Marine Science and Policy. Colin received his MA in War in Society and Ph.D. in U.S. History from the University of Southern Mississippi. From 2013-2015, Colin was a Historical Research Fellow with the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency's Central Identification Laboratory in Omaha, Nebraska. From 2015-2016, Colin worked as the Senior Historian and Associate Editor of the West Point History of Warfare, a digital textbook produced by Rowan Technology and built for cadets of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. Since 2016, Colin has managed the historical operations
of Project Recover. In this position, Colin develops
MIA cases along with Dr. Moline and the team of oceanographers and
AUV/ROV experts at UD in order to conduct search and recovery operations
around the world. In this position, Colin develops MIA cases along with Dr. Moline and the team of oceanographers and AUV/ROV experts at UD in order to conduct search and recovery operations around the world. Colin is also the author of The
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