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Faculty and Staff Profile

Brock Lusk

Assistant Professor of Aerospace Studies
Operations Officer

Office: Tillman Hall 311
Phone: 864-656-3254

 Educational Background

MA History
Clemson University 2015

BA History
Clemson University 2002

 Courses Taught

AS4090 & AS 4100 National Security Policy


Major Brock M. Lusk is the Director of Operations and an Assistant Professor of Aerospace Studies at Air Force ROTC Detachment 770, Clemson University, South Carolina. Major Lusk is responsible for motivating, training, and counseling Air Force officer candidates through all aspects of the ROTC process to include leadership laboratory and field training preparation. After graduating Officer’s Space Prerequisite Training and Ballistic Missile Early Warning System IQT, Major Lusk reported to the 12th Space Warning Squadron at Thule AB, Greenland where he served as a Missile Warning Crew Commander and Instructor. In 2003, he began service with the 10th Missile Squadron as a Missile Combat Crewmember. When deployed to the field, he was in command of a flight of 10 nuclear armed Minuteman III Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles. Major Lusk transferred to the Reserve Component as an Individually Mobilized Augmentee at MacDill AFB in 2006. He was mobilized by U.S. Central Command from 2007 – 2009 to support Operation IRAQI FREEDOM as the J-2 Iraq Energy Security Team Chief and deployed to Multi-National Force-Iraq C-2 as the Infrastructure Team Chief. He was mobilized in 2009 to support an Air Expeditionary Force tasking, deploying as the Officer in Charge of Intelligence (S-2) for Detachment 3, 732nd Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron stationed at FOB Falcon in Baghdad, Iraq. Major Lusk was mobilized from 2009 – 2010 and 2011 - 2013 to support Special Operations Command Central. He deployed multiple times across the Arabian Peninsula in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM, Operation NEW DAWN and Operation SPARTAN SHIELD. In 2012, he deployed for 7 months as the Director of Intelligence (J-2) for Special Operations Command Forward – Yemen in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. In 2013, he transferred to the 315th Operations Support Squadron as a Traditional Reservist.


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