Brian Mark Weber

Brian Mark Weber teaches English at the U.S. Naval Academy and at Anne Arundel Community College near Annapolis, Maryland. He holds a Master of Arts degree in Military History from Norwich University,  a Master of Arts degree in English from Washington College, a Bachelor of Arts degree in American History and English from Vermont College of Norwich University, and a Graduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning from Norwich University. Previously, Brian taught military history, American history, and world history at the American Military University for 10 years, middle and upper school English at Severn School for 9 years, middle and upper school history at the Worcester Preparatory School, and mathematics and science in the Anne Arundel County Public Schools. 

Brian currently writes a weekly column about politics and culture for The Patriot Post. He is currently working on several book projects and is involved with many local volunteer organizations. He has received volunteer service awards from USA Today, the State of Maryland Department of Education, the Anne Arundel County Board of Education, and the Anne Arundel County Department of Recreation and Parks. As a voice over artist, Brian records a variety of programming for radio, television, and the motion picture industries. He also records podcasts on American politics, culture, and history.

As a freelance meteorologist, Brian has worked on radio and television as a weather forecaster and appeared on the Weather Channel's When Weather Changed History discussing the role of weather in the American Revolution. Over the years, Brian has forecasted weather for central Maryland and currently posts forecasts on his Chesapeake Bay Weather Facebook page. He often visits schools and community organizations to discuss weather history and climate. Having previously studied meteorology at Lyndon State College and Mississippi State University, Brian is currently working on a Certificate in Weather Forecasting from Pennsylvania State University. His weather forecasts can be heard on radio stations across the United States.