Rabbi Dresin serves as Aleph’s Director of Military Programs and Endorser for US military, VA and Secret Service chaplains. Prior to coming to Aleph, he served for over 26 years as an active duty Army Chaplain, retiring with the rank of Colonel.
Among his military assignments were: Assistant Corps Chaplain, Vietnam; the faculty, US Army Chaplain School and Center; Chief of Personnel Actions, Office Chief of Chaplains, Pentagon; Division Chaplain 2d Infantry Division, Korea; Chief of Chaplains, 7th Medical Command, Europe; and Chief of the Department of Ministry and Pastoral Care, Walter Reed Army Medical Center.
Among his military awards and decorations are: the Legion of Merit, two awards; the Bronze Star, two awards; and the Meritorious Service Medal, four awards; Army Commendation Medal, two awards; and the Vietnam Service Medal.
He has served on the Executive Committee of the National Conference on Ministry to the Armed Forces (NCMAF). Currently, he serves as the Rabbi for the Pentagon.