Charlton Warren
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    Charlton Warren

    Position:
    Assoc. Head Coach/Def. Coordinator

    Experience:
    9th Year

    College:
    USAFA '99

    11/19/2012

    Falcon Football Closes Out Regular Season at Fresno State

    Kickoff this Saturday, Nov. 24, is 12:30 PST at Bulldog Stadium.

    11/12/2012

    Air Force Football hosts Hawai'i in Home Finale

    Kickoff is 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 16 at Falcon Stadium. Game to be televised by ESPN2.

    11/05/2012

    Falcon Football Travels to San Diego State

    Air Force-SDSU kicks off at 12:30 pm PST on Saturday, Nov. 10 in San Diego.

    10/29/2012

    Air Force travels to Army for Service Academy Game

    Falcons and Black Knights play Saturday, Nov. 3, in West Point, NY.

    10/22/2012

    Air Force Hosts Nevada on Friday Night

    Falcons take on Wolfpack at 6 p.m. Friday night at Falcon Stadium.

    Charlton Warren is in his ninth season overall and second as associate head coach and defensive coordinator at Air Force. Warren was the co-defensive coordinator and secondary coach for four seasons and recruiting coordinator for six seasons prior to 2012. He has worked with the secondary his entire career at Air Force.

    Warren's secondary has been a bright spot for one of the best defensive units in the country. Last season, the Falcons led the conference and ranked third nationally in pass defense with a 166.8 per-game average. Prior to that, the Falcons ranked second nationally in pass defense with a 147.8 per-game average in 2010. The secondary has played a vital role in Air Force's +50 turnover margin over the last five years.

    The 2009 squad recorded 20 interceptions and helped the team to a +22 turnover margin, which led the nation. The secondary unit led the way for a defense that was first in the conference and ranked fifth nationally in pass defense with a 154.3 mark.

    Warren has developed some of the best secondary players in school history. For the third straight season, the Falcon secondary has produced a first-team all-conference player, as 2012 graduate Jonathan Davis earned the honor in 2011. In 2010, Reggie Rembert capped a brilliant career earning Mountain West first-team all-conference honors. Rembert was a first-team All-American by the American Football Coaches Association and third-team All-America honors by the Associated Press. Rembert, who was a first-team all-conference selection in 2009, was also selected as the NFLPA Service Academy Player of the Year in 2010. Anthony Wright, another 2012 graduate, was a second-team all conference selection in 2011 and finished fourth in school history with 12 career interceptions. Wright was also named to the 2010 Lott Trophy watch list which goes to defensive impact player of the year. Chris Thomas, a 2009 graduate, ranked among the Air Force career leaders in interceptions and tackles during his career, was a three-time all-conference selection and a 2009 East West Shrine Bowl participant. Warren also coached Carson Bird to first-team all-conference and All-America honors in 2007.

    Prior to the 2007 season, Warren was selected by the Houston Texans to participate in the NFL's minority internship program. Warren spent time in training camp with the Texans and took part in defensive and special team sessions. \

    Warren is a 1999 graduate of the Academy where he earned his bachelor's degree in human factors engineering. He was also a three-year football letterman as a defensive back. Warren won the team's Mr. Intensity Award as a senior and helped the program to two consecutive 10-win seasons for the first time in school history in 1997-98 and the only outright conference title in 1998.

    Prior to coaching, Warren performed his active service as a systems acquisitions program manager at both Warner Robins AFB, Ga., and Eglin AFB, Fla.. Warren earned his MBA from Georgia College and State University in 2003.

    Originally from Atlanta, Ga., Charlton is a graduate of Forest Park High School. He and his wife Jocelyn, have three kids, Jayree, Teya and Chase.

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