Health Physicist as the Army’s Radiation Safety Officer (ARSO) in the Office of the Director of Army Safety (ODASAF). Mr. Mikulski addresses both ionizing and nonionizing radiation safety for the U.S. Army. His primary roles are dealing with ionizing radiation safety to include Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) licensing, Army Radiation Authorization, Army Radiation Permits, and Army Reactor Permits as a member of the Army Reactor Council. Nonionizing radiation safety includes lasers, high intensity light sources, radiofrequency radiation, and microwaves. Mr. Mikulski works with the Army Commands, the Army Service Component Commands, the Direct Reporting Units, the other Military Services, and Federal agencies on radiation safety initiatives and issues. His background in radiation includes working at the Fort Belvoir Research Development and Engineering Center (BRDEC) laboratory in radiation research and at the Night Vision laboratory working in infrared research. Tim received his undergraduate degree in Physics from the University of Pittsburgh and his master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from The Catholic University of America. He is a board Certified Health Physicist (CHP), a member of the Health Physics Society, and a member of the local Baltimore-Washington Health Physics Society.