Mark Foust, a 26 year veteran of the National Park Service (NPS), has been named superintendent for Dinosaur National Monument. Foust most recently served as the acting superintendent at Dinosaur and has been the chief law enforcement ranger at Glacier National Park for the last eight years. He has several years of law enforcement experience. Foust is one of a handful of incident commanders for the National Park Service’s Type II all-hazard incident management teams. As incident commander or chief of operations for the Intermountain team, he has worked on major incidents for the NPS throughout the country since 2004. These incidents include hurricanes Rita and Sandy, last year’s flooding in Colorado, and special events like the 2008 Presidential Inauguration. Foust will assume his new responsibilities on June 15th.