Lieutenant Colonel M. Eric Bahm is stationed at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. as the Chief, Intelligence and Cyber Law Branch in the Office of The Judge Advocate General. In his current role, he advises senior Army leaders on some of our Nation’s most sensitive intelligence activities. He also advises Army leaders on a broad spectrum of strategy, policy and training for cyberspace activities.
Colonel Bahm started his military career as an enlisted Soldier and earned a commission as an infantry officer through ROTC. Upon completion of law school he entered the JAG Corps and has served as a legal advisor during multiple combat and operational deployments. He recently served as the Deputy Staff Judge Advocate at the National Training Center at Fort Irwin, California – the Nation’s premier training center for large scale ground combat.
Colonel Bahm has a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology from Louisiana State University, a Juris Doctor from South Texas College of Law, and a Master of Laws with a specialization in National Security Law from The Judge Advocate General’s School. He is also a strategic studies graduate from the U.S. Army War College.