BACKGROUNDGROUND

Thirty-two-year background in Intelligence Research, including Human Intelligence (HUMINT) collection and analysis, Tactical Intelligence, Human Social Network Analysis, Geospatial Intelligence, Counterinsurgency (COIN), Counter-Narcotics Investigation, Illicit Finance (AML) methodologies, U.S. intelligence law, foreign travel, and clandestine operations organizational management.

 

Technical skills include but are not limited to HUMINT, SIGINT, ELINT, MASINT, CI, CE, CT, JIEDDO, PATRIOT Act, AGI/STK, Intelligence Cycle, Intelligence Ethics, Force Protection, AKM/AKMS, AK-74, M-4/M-16, SR-556 6.8mm, HK-91/G-3, Remington 887, Mossberg 500, Microsoft Office, PowerPoint, Access, Excel, forensics and structured analytical techniques.

 

EXECUTIVE CAPABILITIES:
:Directs long and short-term planning needs, objectives, priorities, feasibility studies, and directives that are used to develop international work force, budget, threat analyses, investigations, lesson plans and administrative and operational requirements.

Plans, manages, coordinates, de-conflicts, and synchronizes all-source analysis program for multiple theater Middle Eastern/Northern Africa (MENA), Central and South American, and Asian intelligence, counterintelligence/counterespionage (CI-CE), counter-terrorism (CT), counter-threat finance (CTF) operations, and competitive intelligence including direction, selection, recruitment, and administration of indigenous sources.

 

Honorably Discharged U.S. Navy and U.S. Navy Reserve Veteran, having had served aboard U.S.S. Jason AR-8, U.S.S. Worden CG-18, and U.S.S. Benjamin Stoddert DDG-22 home ported out of Pearl Harbor Hawaii. Deployed to Japan, Philippines, and Korea. Assigned to Commander, Mine Division 125 stationed at Charleston, South Carolina.

 

Master of Arts (MA)with Honors inMilitary Studies program with concentration inAsymmetrical Warfare and graduate certificate inSecurity Management. Courses of interest: Studies in Future War; The Making of Strategy; Strategy, Tactics, & the Operational Art; Special Operations Forces Application; Special Operations and National Policy; Insurgency and Revolution; The Non-State Soldier; Protective Services; Industrial Espionage; Assets Protection & Loss Prevention Management, Cases in Executive Decision Making; Contemporary Issues in Security Management, and Evaluation of Security Programs.

Bachelor of Arts (BA) with Honors in Intelligence Studies program with concentration in Terrorism Studies and minor in Area Studies Middle East andundergraduate certificate in Explosive Ordnance Disposal. Courses of interest: Tactical Intelligence; Counterintelligence; Illicit Finance; Cyber Warfare; Covert Action; Intelligence and Assassination; Intelligence Collection; Intelligence Analysis; Spycraft; Psychology of Terrorism; Law and Ethics in Intelligence; Critical Analysis; U.S. Intelligence Community; History of Intelligence; International Relations; Middle Eastern Culture; Arabic; History of Iraq; Government and Security in the Middle East; Religions of the Middle East; Comparative Foreign Policy; Comparative Political Systems; International Development; Politics and Security in the Persian Gulf. Chemistry of Explosives; Electronics, Electricity, and Explosives; Explosive Incident Assessment: Methods, Practices, Protocols; History of Explosive Ordnance Disposal; and Organization for Explosive Ordnance Disposal.