Carl Marowski is a Colonel of the Chilean Army. Since 2002, he was Director of CECOPAC (Chilean Joint Center for Peacekeeping Operations). He completed two Master Degrees in Military Sciences, majoring in Strategic Planning and Management and in Strategy and Deterrence at the Chilean Army War College. He also holds a Master Degree in Naval Sciences (Strategy) from the Naval War College.
Colonel Marowski has an extensive teaching experience; in his thirty one years of service in the Chilean Army, he has been a teacher in subjects such as Land Warfare, Military History, Strategy and Conflict, International Humanitarian Law, Peace Keeping Operations both in Armored Cavalry units and the Army, Navy and Air Force War Colleges. He has been a frequent lecturer in Defense issues in the Master’s programs in Political Sciences at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.
Besides teaching, he has a number of publications in United Nations, peacekeeping and military issues, mostly in military journals.
He has also served as lecturer in International Humanitarian Law and Peacekeeping-related issues in international courses from 2000 to 2004 at the International Institute of Humanitarian Law in San Remo, Italy and the Inter-American Defense College in Washington (USA) in 2003 and 2004. Since December 2004, he has been a thesis advisor for the Peace Operations Training Institute
He was head of the Strategy and Military History Department at the Army War College, and teacher of strategy in the Staff Officer Course for four years; he was also a member of the Army Commission to the Ministry of Defense in charge of preparing and publishing the Defense White Book in 2002.
During his career he has also served in different tactical Regiment, Armored Cavalry School and the Army War College, among others Army units.
He participated in several national and international training and academic seminars, both as participant and speaker from 1999 to 2004 in the subjects of Strategy, Peace Operations, International Humanitarian Law, Conflict, Crisis and War.
In 1996, he served as a United Nations Military Observer and Official in Charge (OIC) of the Operations and Planning Department of the United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP). Col Marowski was also part of the faculty of the Master’s Program in Peace Operations at the Chilean Army War College, the National Political and Strategic Studies Institute (ANEPE) and Catholic University. Since 2002 as Director of CECOPAC, he has been actively involved in peacekeeping training activities, international seminars and courses, such as the DPKO-sponsored SGTM project and as member of the International Association of Peacekeeping Training Centers. (IAPTC)
He has recently been accredited as the Chilean Military, Navy and Air Force Attaché to the Embassy of Chile in South Africa for 2005 and 2006. He is married to Paula, and has three children, Paula, Inge and Carl Jr.