Former Lieutenant Colonel Paul Capicik Joins American Sentinel University to Head Up Military Education Division

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Previous combat pilot, NATO operations planner joins accredited online university to strengthen popular military education program for active duty personnel and spouses.

American Sentinel University proudly announces the appointment of Paul Capicik as the newly appointed Vice President of Military Programs. As a former lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Air Force and an experienced IT leader, Capacik is uniquely qualified to expand American Sentinel's military enrollment and cater programs to the unique challenges of this important group of students.

Paul Capicik served as a combat pilot and unit commander with the military and also was a strategic planner for NATO operations. He later spent 12 years with the Civil Air Patrol, serving as chief information officer and director of several IT departments. He received a BS in mathematics from the U.S. Air Force Academy and a Masters degree in IT resource management from Webster University.

"We are excited to have a leader with such strong credentials joining American Sentinel University," says President Mary Adams. "The credibility Paul Capicik brings to our relationships with the military will help us expand our increasing popularity with this important group of working adults and their families. We believe the Education Service Officers will be pleased to be working with someone who combines a history of exemplary military service with a strong IT, project management, and leadership background."

American Sentinel University is accredited by the U.S. Secretary of Education-recognized Accrediting Commission of the Distance Education and Training Council. DETC, the premier global accrediting association for distance learning institutions, is also recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.

Founded as a Vanderbilt University Technology Company, American Sentinel University delivers to its students and their employers the competitive advantages of unique online education programs focused on the needs of high-growth sectors. The university currently serves more than 400 members of the military and their spouses through distance education. For more information on American Sentinel's accredited online business and technology degree programs for military personnel, see the military program page at


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