Alexander A. Falbo-Wild is an historian, researcher, and professional military educator based in Baltimore, Maryland. He specializes in the history of organizational culture, military operations, media, and combat motivation. Alexander's academic focus is on the Anglo-American experience of industrial age warfare from 1881-1945.
His titles include Supporting Allied Offensives (US Army Center of Military History, 2018), 'Rising to the Occasion: the US Army in the World Wars, 1900-45' in Matthias Strohn's, How Armies Grow (Casemate, 2019), "Semper Ubique: The Royal Engineers at Arras, 1917" in Spencer Jones', The Darkest Year, 1917 (Helion & Co., 2022), and "To Expand and Reform: Congress and the Military during the 1980s" in William Taylor's, Peace, War, and Partnership (Texas A&M University Press, forthcoming). From 2014-18 he was a Case Method Teaching Fellow at Marine Corps University and an Honorary Historian in Residence with USMC History Division. He then served as the Chief Archivist to the Maryland National Guard’s Office of the Command Historian from 2018-21. He is currently a history graduate student at Temple University.