Nicholas Utzig

Nicholas Utzig is a PhD student in the department of English at Harvard University, where his research focuses on representations of soldiers in early modern drama. Nick is a former US Army aviation officer whose final assignment was as an imbedded advisor to an Afghan special operations aviation unit.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Pilot’s Eye View: Sam Kleiner’s “The Flying Tigers”
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