Lt. Col. Mark Belinsky, USA (Ret), retired in 2019 after serving 22 years. As a career Armored Cavalryman, he served in a wide variety of command and staff positions within the Army. His assignments include overseas tours in Afghanistan, Iraq, the Republic of Korea, and Germany. Belinsky has additionally served in the Department of the Army Inspector General Agency, the Army SHARP Ready and Resilient Directorate, and the Joint Center for International Security Force Assistance.
Belinsky’s leadership assignments include: Operations Division Chief for the Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention (SHARP) Ready and Resilient Directorate, HQDA G-1; Commander of 2nd Squadron, 3rd Cavalry Regiment, in Fort Hood, Texas, and Afghanistan; Records Screening and Oversight Chief, Army Inspector General Agency; Deputy Division Chief, Follow-up Inspections, Army Inspector General Agency; and National Police Transition Team Chief in Samarra, Iraq.
Belinsky is a native of Oxford, Conn. He received his bachelor of arts degree in Political Science from Dickinson College and a master of science degree in Administration from Central Michigan University. He joined MOAA in September 2019.