Chief Warrant Officer Five (CW5) (Ret)Christopher J. Braund
CW5 Christopher J. Braund is a US Army Training and Doctrine Command certified Master Army Instructor and Senior Army Instructor for Englewood High School JROTC. Prior to assuming the SAI posiition, he accumulated over 2,000 hours facilitating instruction at the United States Army Warrant Officer Career College. In addition, CW5 Braund was one of the primary instructors of Army Aviation Branch History for Warrant Officer and Officer Basic Courses.
CW5 Braund is from St. Augustine, Florida, enlisting in the Army to be a “street to seat” Army Aviator in 2000. His assignments include 18th Aviation Brigade, Fort Bragg, NC; 2nd Combat Aviation Brigade, K-16 South Korea; 3rd Combat Aviation Brigade, Hunter Army Airfield, GA; and Directorate of Training and Doctrine, Survivability Branch, Fort Rucker, AL and the United States Army Warrant Officer Career College, Fort Rucker, AL. His deployments and tours include Operation Iraqi Freedom, Operation Enduring Freedom, Operation Noble Eagle, Operation Atlantic Resolve, and Operation Bahamas, Turks and Caicos.
He has completed all
levels of the Warrant Officer Education System. He is a graduate of the Army’s Initial Entry Rotary Wing School, the
Army Tactical Operations Officer Course, and the Military History Instructor
Course, and sits on the National Board of Directors for the United States Army
Aviation Museum. CW5 Braund holds a
Bachelor of Art Degree in History and Master of Art in Public History.