College professor of political science. Born– September 14, 1935, Selma. Parents– Edward McKinley and Annie T. (Threadgill) Boykin. Married– Catherine George, August 23, 1967. Children– One. Education– Birmingham Southern College, A.B., 1958; American University in Washington, D.C., M.A., 1966; University of Alabama, Ph.D., 1971. Teaching assistant and instructor at the University of Alabama, 1967-1970; taught political science at The Citadel, after 1970; served as head of Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice. Served in the United States Naval Reserve for more than twenty-four years; attained rank of commander.  Awarded emeritus status on his retirement from the Citadel.


Milton Lee Boykin, Charleston, S.C.


An Analysis of the Impact of Audiovisual Programs on Naval Reserve Training. New Orleans; Chief of Naval Reserve, s.d.

Arms Control and Nuclear Weapoons: U. S. Policies and the National Interest.  New York: Greenwood Press, 1987.

Citizen Sailors in a Changing Society: Policy Issues  for Manning the U. S. Naval Reserve.  New York: Greenwood Press, 1986.

An Empirical Analysis of Retention in the United States Naval Reserve, 1980. S.l.; U.S. Department of the Navy, 1980.

Naval Reserve Force ASW Frigate Manpower Study, February, 1983, Final Report; …. Washington, D.C.; Mobilization Concepts Development Center, National Defense University, 1983.

A Preliminary Report; Naval Reserve Personnel Attitude Study, 1979. S.l.; U.S. Department of the Navy, 1979?

Reserve Forces of NATO.  Washington: National Defense University, 1984.