MAJ Erik DuBois

MAJ Erik DuBois

Instructor

erik.dubois@westpoint.edu

Biography


MAJ Erik DuBois graduated from Michigan Technological University in 1999 with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering.  
After graduation, he joined Lockheed Martin-Naval Surface Warfare in Syracuse, NY as a Systems Engineer and later as an 
Embedded Software Developer for Rockwell Collins in Downers Grove, IL.  In 2002, he enlisted in the US Army attending 
Basic Combat Training at Fort Sill, OK and earned a commission from the US Army's Officer Candidate School at Fort Benning, GA.  He was selected for 
the Signal branch where served as the Extension Node Platoon Leader for C Co, 304th Signal Battalion and later as 
the 1st Signal Brigade's S3 Telecommunications Officer in the Republic of Korea.  In 2005, he resigned his commission 
from the US Army and later re-commissioned in 2009 in the Military Police branch.  He served as the Executive Officer for the 
B Co, 495th Military Police Battalion at Fort Leonard Wood, MO and attended the Military Police Captain's Career Course.  
He was then selected to attend FA24 (now known as 26A) Telecom Systems Engineer Course as Fort Gordon, GA.  After graduation, he was assigned
to the HHBN, 1st Armored Division at Fort Bliss, TX as a Network Engineer where he deployed to Jordan as part of a task force to 
assist in developing contingency plans for mitigating destabilization splillover from the Syrian civil war.  Upon redeployment 
to Fort Bliss, he was assigned to the 86th Signal Battalion where he supported the fielding of new communications technologies 
as part of the Network Integration and Evaluation program.  In 2015 he was assigned to HHC, 304th Signal Battalion and later to HHC, 
1st Signal Brigade in the Republic of Korea.  While serving in the Republic of Korea, he was selected to be an instructor in 
the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the United States Military Academy at West Point, NY.  He attended
the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, CA where he earned a degree of M.S. in Computer Science.