Dr. Scott earned a Doctorate in American History from Loyola University Chicago, an M.A. from Baylor University and a B.A. from Minot State University. He currently serves as a Collegiate Traveling Faculty member for UMUC-Asia. Dr. Scott has taught in the Okinawa, mainland Japan, and the South Korea regions. His proudest moment was teaching a class in American History at Camp Bonifas on the DMZ. He is the author of Comics and Conflict: Patriotism and Propaganda from World War II through Operation Iraqi Freedom, published by the US Naval Institute Press. He has written for several encyclopedias, academic journal, such as the International Journal of Comic Art, the Journal of Popular Culture, the Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, and several books on aspects of cultural history. Works published this year include the discussion of the HBO mini-series the Pacific in Marine Corps History, a presentation of Marine cartoons from World War I at Quantico for the 100th anniversary of World War I, and an article on educational films of the early Cold War. He was also one of the Drazek award recipients for 2017-2018.