Frank N. Schubert
Frank N. "Mickey" Schubert is chief of joint operational history in the Joint History Office, Office of the Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff. He is a graduate of Howard University (BA, 1965), the University of Wyoming (MA, 1970), and the University of Toledo (PhD, 1977), and a Vietnam veteran. Dr. Schubertís twenty-two years as a Department of Defense historian include thirteen with the Army Corps of Engineers (1977-1989). During that time he wrote extensively on exploration of the American west and various aspects military construction.
He is the author of Building Air Bases in the Negev: the US Army Corps of Engineers in Israel, 1979-1982 (1992), Buffalo Soldiers, Braves, and the Brass: the Story of Fort Robinson, Nebraska (1993), and On the Trail of the Buffalo Soldier: Biographies of African Americans in the U.S. Army, 1866-1917 (1995). He is also general editor, along with Theresa L. Kraus, of The Whirlwind War: the United States Army in Operations. His latest work is Black Valor: Buffalo Soldiers and the Medal of Honor, 1870-1898 (1997).