As Threat Tec’s Fort Benning APM, Mr. Baroudi assists U.S. Army schools with updating training scenarios to ensure the Operational Environment effectively replicates Decisive Action Training Environment and to integrate a complex training environment. Charlie ensures Threat Tec Threat Emulators are compliant during scenario execution. Along with developing status reports, he helps manage post event written After Action Reviews (AARs) with other U.S. Army cadre members.
Charlie is also a Lebanese-American, born in Beirut, Lebanon. After the Marine Corps Barracks Bombing in Beirut 1983, he became an American citizen. As a service connected disabled Veteran, he proudly served the U.S. Army National Guard in Pennsylvania from 1998 till 2006. Mr. Baroudi has been a part of Threat Emulation training since 2005, supporting training at Fort Dix, NJ / YPG, AZ / Fort Bliss, TX / White Sands, NM / Fort Benning, GA.