Jack T. Judy

Lt. Col. (Ret.) Jack T. Judy is an assistant professor at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College.  He has taught the advance operations course for the department of distance education for five years, and taught in the department of logistics and resource operations for residence class several years prior to that.  His twenty-five year career spanned assignments at the tactical level in heavy maneuver brigades, a battalion level command for the Joint Munitions Life Cycle Management command, to strategic level working in the HQDA G4 in the Pentagon.  He currently holds a Bachelor's of Science in Social Science, a Masters of Arts in Organizational Management, and attended the Army Force Management Course.

To mitigate potential consequences on children, military families need to understand and proactively address potential traumatic effects separation can have on dependents.