Detachment 510 Commander
Lieutenant Colonel Brandon J. Robinson
Lieutenant Colonel Brandon Robinson is the Commander of the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) Detachment 510, University of New Mexico (Albuquerque, New Mexico). Detachment 510 is dedicated to the mission of developing
quality leaders for the Air Force to “Fly, Fight, and Win.” In July 2012, Lieutenant Colonel Robinson joined Detachment 510 as Commander and Professor of Aerospace Studies. He is a native of Ohio and entered the Air Force in 1994 after graduation from Bowling Green State University, Ohio. He has more than 18 years of military service at the joint, wing, numbered Air Force, and major command levels. Lieutenant Colonel Robinson has held a wide variety of positions to include flight commander, contingency war planner, combined air and space operations center systems lead, executive officer, information operations planner, airborne communications operations lead, commander's action group member, combatant command cyberspace and network operations branch chief, and squadron commander. Additionally, Lt Col Robinson has a Master of Science degree in Information Technology Management from Touro University International and a Master of Science degree in Strategic Leadership from the Air Force Institute of Technology.