Aaron Hodges

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Mr. Aaron Hodges is currently the Acquisition Program Support Officer supporting the U.S. Air Force’s (USAF’s) Non-Lethal Weapons Program. He served 20 years in the USAF as a Security Forces Specialist and later as a Combat Arms Instructor, where he received advanced instruction on air base ground defense, law enforcement and security operations, and the training delivery, operational employment, and field maintenance of small arms and light weapons. He was later assigned to the Air Force Security Forces Center, where he served as Program Manager for the Air Force Small Arms and Light Weapon Requirements. Prior to his military retirement, he transitioned to Manager of the Military Working Dog Scheduling Office, where he and his staff were responsible for tasking military working dog teams across the DoD to support U.S. Secret Service and Department of State dignitary protection missions across the globe. Mr. Hodges holds a B.A. in psychology, with a concentration in abnormal, deviant, and violent behavior, from American Military University and an M.S. in human resource development from Villanova University.

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