Want ‘strategic thinkers’? You’ll have to transform the military culture
Gregory D. Foster is a professor at the Dwight D. Eisenhower School for National Security & Resource Strategy, part of the National Defense University, where he previously has served as J. Carlton Ward Distinguished Professor and Director of Research, as well as the George C. Marshall Professor; head of the Strategic Human Capital Industry Study, the Environment Industry Study, and the China Regional Security Study. He is also chair of the NDU Faculty Advisory Council. A West Point graduate, Foster was an infantry company commander in the Vietnam War. He publishes regularly on a variety of national security-related subjects.