Robert “Brady” Russell, has been at Tulane for two years serving as the ROTC AirForce detachment commander for DET 320. This role gives him the opportunity to work with and grow the next generation of Air Force leaders through academic, physical, and leadership training. As a professor of Aerospace Studies he is inspired by his students (or cadets as they are called in ROTC) and can feel the pride for Tulane on campus and within the community. Brady earned a B.S. in Russian History at the US Air Force Academy in Colorado and a Masters in Strategic Intelligence from the National Intelligence University. He spends all his free time with his family.
Priorities for 2019-2020
Getting the message out to more people about Air Force opportunities and the importance of service to our nation.