Jenkins, Dr. Eva S., Col, USAF

Assistant Professor

National War College

Dr. Eva S. Jenkins, Colonel, USAF, joined the National War College faculty in June 2015 after completing an assignment as the Director of Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance, (ISR) Pacific Air Forces, Hawaii where she served as the Senior Intelligence Officer for 2,000 personnel in the Pacific covering 52% of the earth. Colonel Jenkins entered the Air Force through the Reserve Officer Training Corps in 1989 as a Distinguished Graduate after earning a B.S. in Mathematics from the University of Miami, Florida.  A career intelligence officer, she is also a Political Affairs Specialist and a European/NATO/Eurasian Regional Affairs Specialist.  She has commanded an ISR Squadron and Group and served as Director of Intelligence for the Air Force’s Space and Missiles System Center, a numbered Air Force and a Major Command.  She was also the Vice Commander of the DoD’s sole center validating foreign nuclear treaty monitoring, a Director’s Fellow for the Director of the National Security Agency, served on the Joint Staff Director of Intelligence Crisis Operations Staff and as an Assistant Professor of Aerospace Studies.

Colonel Jenkins also holds a M.A. in Computer Resources (Distinguished Graduate) from Webster University, Missouri, a M.A. in Strategic Studies (Academic Distinction) from Air University, and a Ph.D. in International Studies (Academic Merit) from the University of Miami.  Colonel Jenkins is a published author, motivational speaker and is fluent in Slovak, conversant in Czech, and familiar with French and Russian, among other languages.    

FUNCTIONAL EXPERTISE: Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR); Strategic Planning

REGIONAL EXPERTISE: Asia-Pacific, Central and Eastern Europe