Lt. Col. Huynh was commissioned into the Field Artillery in 1999 and was stationed at Fort Lewis, WA for his first assignment. While a Lieutenant and Captain, he served as a Fire Support Officer for 5-20 IN, and then as Fire Direction Officer, Platoon Leader, Executive Officer, and Battalion Fire Direction Officer for 1-37 FA. He then went on to command Alpha Battery 1-38 FA at Camp Stanley/Casey Korea. After command, he studied computer science at the Naval Post Graduate School. Following graduate school, he served as the Chief of Information Services (within Gold Coats/IETD) and taught in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at USMA. After his USMA tour, he served with I Corps in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. While at the International Joint Command (IJC) in Afghanistan, he served as the US Networks Chief. He subsequently served as the I Corps Knowledge Management Chief. His most recent assignment was with the Cyber National Mission Force (CNMF), as 23 National Cyber Protection Team’s Operations Officer and Cyber Network Defense Manager. Lt. Col. Huynh is currently a Cyber Officer and senior research lead at the Army Cyber Institute at West Point. His research areas of interest include: pen-testing, digital forensics, wireless security, tactical cyber, and dense urban terrain initiatives.