Richard Stuart Maltz                   3412 Albury Court, Chesapeake, Virginia 23321richard.maltz@us.army.mil/richardmaltz...
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Resume 0311 1 Page Chesapeake

  1. 1. Richard Stuart Maltz 3412 Albury Court, Chesapeake, Virginia 23321richard.maltz@us.army.mil/richardmaltz@cox.net Cell 703.587.8423/Home 757.673.0757 Security ClearancesCurrent: Secret (upgradeable). Previous: Top Secret (SCI) from a Special Background Investigation Skills• Creative-Synthetic Problem Solving; Effects-Based Thinking; Military History, Theory & Philosophy• Asymmetrical, Irregular and Unconventional Warfare; Leadership and Maneuver Theory & Doctrine• Diplomacy; (Grand) Strategy; Discerning Underlying Causes; Concept Synthesis and Development• Organizational Sociology & Psychology; Research, Writing, Speaking, Briefing, Teaching, Training Qualification Highlights• Early pioneer in field of Operations in the Cognitive Domain, leveraging culture as a force-multiplier.• Helped write the 2008 Joint Operating Environment (JOE) document signed by CDRUSJFCOM.• Wrote an operational warfighting concept for DOD that is resulting in greater combat effectiveness.• Restructured the operations of a small defense contractor saving 40% in yearly operating costs.• Taught the Joint Concept Development & Experimentation Course at the Joint Forces Staff College.• Lectured in Military Philosophy at the Army War College’s/SSI’s Annual Strategy Conference.• Conducted a series of lectures for the National Guard Bureau, US Army, US Air Force, and other agencies on “The Enhancement of Organizational Productivity in Warfighting Organizations”.• Received letters of endorsement from the Office of Chief Naval Operations and from several Army, Navy, Air Force, & Marine Corps commands for studies of Leadership and Maneuver Warfare. Employment HistorySenior Joint Military Policy and Doctrine AnalystSAIC at USJFCOM Joint Doctrine/Education Grp, Jnt Warfighting Cntr, Suffolk, VA 2009 to PresentSenior Joint Futures Analyst (Military)SAIC at USJFCOM Command Futures Group/Center for Joint Futures, Suffolk, VA 2008 to 2009Senior Joint Military Doctrine AnalystSAIC at USJFCOM Joint Doctrine Center, Joint Warfighting Center, Suffolk, VA 2007 to 2008Intelligence Doctrine Developer/Senior InstructorGeneral Dynamics at US Army Intelligence Center, Fort Huachuca, AZ 2007Joint Concept DeveloperL-3 Communications at USJFCOM Joint Futures Laboratory, Suffolk, VA 2001 to 2006Program ManagerEngineering Systems Consultants, Landover, MD 1997 to 2001Major, Military Intelligence CorpsUnited States Army, Washington, D.C. 1978 to 2006 EducationGeorgetown University Graduate School and US Naval War College Not Completed Masters Programs in National Security Studies and Strategy and PolicyUniversity of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan 1978 Baccalaureate Degree in Political Science and History (two majors, three minors) Publications“The Nature and Importance of the Cognitive Domain” SITREP, Royal Can. Mil. Inst., USJFCOM 2009“The Epistemology of Strategy” US Army Strategic Studies Institute, 2009 (SITREP, DNI, others 2009)“Shared Situational Understanding” Military Review, Defense in the National Interest, 2007-2010“Three Aspects of Structure and Operations Essential for Successful Organizations: Vision, Philosophy, and Learning” SITREP, Royal Canadian Military Institute, Air University Press 2007-10"Massacre in Fallujah: A Lesson in Perception and Cognition in Warfare" USJFCOM, others 2004-10"Quality Leadership as Maneuver Warfare" Defense Systems Management College others 2004-1997“A Beginner’s Primer on Strategic Nuclear Warfare”, Military Intelligence Magazine, 1979

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