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The LinkedIn page where Intelligence meets Stupidity.

The LinkedIn page where Intelligence meets Stupidity.



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  • pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API Discussions Promotions Jobs Search More... Join LinkedIn Or Sign In » O Have something to say? Join LinkedIn for free to participate in the conversation. When you join, you can comment and post your ow n discussions. 24 comments http://lnkd.in/88AGbS Share Discussion Manager's Choice Group Statistics Centre for study of Intelligence Operations Discussion | Poll 11 days ago "1-All members who join must introduce themselves and state their motivation to join the group." As it is stated in my profile bio, I have arrived to this point from management science, long- range business planning, information technology, Enterprise Architecture, IT Infrastructure Architecture, and Cyber Security Architecture. Also like the most people inquisitive about Intelligence Operations, how they are aligned with national objectives, how they are prioritized, planned, and executed, and how the outcomes are measured. More over during my MSc Info Sec Studies, I have observed that there is a substantial overlap between, crime, espionage, subversion, and formal war, and more. One of my conclusions was "cyber attack or operations" make more sense under the control of secret services etc.. Another conclusion was, it is very difficult in some instances where ordinary common crime ends, organized crime starts, becomes espionage operation, and further more becomes a subversive attack. I have noticed there is no integration, alignment, synchronization, unification, etc. to optimize, as one would if one manages it like a business. Finally commercial interest to develop value add services and products based on better understanding of the issues. Finally, at least as important as any of the above, if not more important, understand the past and future current events beyond what is available in the superficial news media. Like Comment Follow Flag More Fiona H. likes this Israel: Mossad agent, Rafi Eitan, “obtained” enriched uranium from U.S to produce Israel’s nuclear bomb John K. See all »
  • pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API Neal Lucas Jim Show previous comments 1 day ago Neal R. • Greetings, Lucas. We have not enough people from Central and South America, I think, so I am glad to see you here. 1 day ago Lucas G. • Thanks Neal :) Jim M. • Since beginning my military career in 1980, I have served in a diverse collection of leadership and technical roles. My duties have included: command of a strategic nuclear missile launch crew during the height of the Cold War, developer and leader of a nuclear emergency response team for the Northeastern United States, and advisor to commanders on nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) warfare while stationed in Europe leading up to the dissolution of the Warsaw Pact and Soviet Union. I served as senior NBC advisor to commanders of two forward operating locations during the 1990-1991 Persian Gulf War. Between that and the present conflict, I made the transition from the Air Force to the Air National Guard and served at both the national and local levels developing and conducting premier combat readiness training and exercise programs which helped prepare thousands of personnel to meet and defeat the changing threats to our nation’s security. During the current conflict, I have served as a Senior Intelligence Officer, preparing tactical airlift crews, security forces and supporting personnel to operate in a hostile environment. While deployed to Southwest Asia in early 2005, I served as director of the Theater Airlift Intelligence Cell, providing combat intelligence support to airlift and aero-medical evacuation operations for a region spanning from Central Asia to East Africa with no losses of aircraft or personnel to hostile action during the highest levels of both operational tempo and enemy antiaircraft activities since the conflict began. I am currently a member of the Texas Air National Guard, commanding the 217th Training Squadron, providing Air National Guard instructors to the Intelligence schoolhouse at Goodfellow AFB, Texas. I have submitted my intent to retire from military service on September 30, 2013. Recently, I served in a Homeland Defense / Homeland Security role as the Senior Intelligence Officer for a joint Army/Air National Guard CBRNE terrorism enhanced response force serving FEMA Region III and the National Capital Region. At my last duty CHECK OUT INSIGHTFUL STATISTICS ON THIS GROUP Director Manager Entry MEMBERS 3,759 View Group Statistics »
  • pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API Jim Agha Join LinkedIn Or Sign In » Have something to say? Join LinkedIn for free to participate in the conversation. When you join, you can comment and post 23 hours ago location, I was a member of the county-level Local Emergency Planning Committee and regional-level Antiterrorism Advisory Council associated with the Department of Justice. I have renewed similar collaborative relationships at my current duty location. In recognition of my experience and demonstrated leadership, I have been appointed by the Adjutant General of Texas as the Commander of all Texas Military Forces in Concho Valley (Military District 10) during contingency operations. Readiness for contingency operations has long been a priority for me. I have current specialized training in Intelligence Operations, Intelligence Oversight, Terrorist CBRNE Consequence / Incident Management, Crisis Action Team Operations, Antiterrorism / Force Protection Program Management, Operations Security Program Management, and the National Incident Management System. I have previous training, experience and qualification in Fixed-site Emergency Operations and Survivability, Hazardous Materials Response and Recovery Procedures, and Nuclear Emergency Response Operations. I am a Distinguished Graduate of the Air Force Disaster Preparedness Officer Course and attended the NATO Allied Command Europe NBC Operations Course. On a local, regional and national level, I have extensive experience in the development, execution, and evaluation of large-scale readiness training exercises and have been recognized several times by national-level inspection teams for superior performance. My education, training, and personal interests have emphasized the geopolitics and demography of Southwest Asia and Russia. 23 hours ago Jim M. • My motivation for joining this group? I'm curious just how I might continue to use my accumulated knowledge, skills and abilities to serve the Constitution I am sworn to defend. Connections made through this forum may help satisfy that curiosity. 12 hours ago Agha S. • warm welcome Mr. Marrs What is LinkedIn? Join Today Sign In
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