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Lieutenant Colonel Tim LaBahn assumed his duties as IUPUI Professor of Military Science in July 2015. Prior to becoming the PMS he served as a Field Artillery Battalion Executive Officer, and as the Executive Officer then Deputy Commanding Officer of the 210th Field Artillery Brigade, Second Infantry Division at Camp Casey, Republic of Korea.
LaBahn attended The George Washington University and was commissioned as a second lieutenant through the Georgetown University Army ROTC program in 1997. He served as a Company Fire Support Officer, Ammunition Platoon Leader, and Targeting Officer in the Third Infantry Division and deployed to Bosnia during SFOR 8-9. While serving as the 41st FA BDE Brigade Fire Control Officer he deployed to Kuwait and then Iraq in March 2003 for OIF. In September 2005, LaBahn was assigned to the Second Battalion, 32nd Field Artillery in the newly activated Fourth Brigade, First Infantry Division as HHB Commander and was responsible for forming and training the new battery. Upon relinquishing command in January 2007 he was assigned as the Brigade S-1 and deployed to Iraq in February 2007 in support of OIF. In May 2008 and was reassigned to the Military Intelligence Detachment (JSTARS) at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia as a Deputy Mission Crew Commander aboard the E-8C Joint Surveillance and Target Acquisition Radar System (JSTARS) aircraft and deployed twice, flying Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) missions in support of OIF and OEF. In 2010 LTC LaBahn became the Detachment Executive Officer and held that position until moving to Fort Leavenworth, Kansas in 2011 to attend the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College. LaBahn is a graduate of the FA Officer Basic and Advanced Courses, the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, the JSTARS Mission Crew Commander Course, USAF SERE School, the Joint Firepower Course and the Fire Support Coordinator Course. He holds a B.A. degree in International Affairs from the Elliot School of International Affairs at The George Washington University and a M.A. degree in Management from Webster University.