Richard Stuart Maltz              3412 Albury Court, Chesapeake, Virginia 23321              Telephone: Cell: (703) 587-84...
military fora, including the US Army War College’s Strategic Studies Institutes Annual StrategyConference. I have received...
work, and attending meetings, conferences, symposia, & wargames. The second was my owncreation, designed to complement for...
Researchers. In 2006, I was assigned to write an article for publication in Joint Forces Quarterlyon “The Conceptual Antec...
2. The establishment and administration of an alternative experimentation venue prototypingeffort employing “off-the-shelf...
Plan designed to ascertain and track perceptions of Red Cell personnel throughout UV-01, andcollecting, analyzing, and rep...
and Society, and the Dupuy Institute, among others. Official military positions and duties duringthis period included: Chi...
Troop Command, DCNG, Washington, DC; and 1988 to 1991, 140th Transportation Battal-ion, Washington, DC. I supervised a sta...
including: the National Inter-agency Civil-Military Institute, the Institute for Tactical Edu-cation, Resource Consultants...
1996, Leadership in the 21st Century Course, Department of Defense, Crystal City, VA1996, Constancy of Purpose Course, Dep...
1980, Intelligence in Terrorism Counteraction Course, USAICS, Ft. Huachuca, AZ (SSI)1979, Electronic Warfare/Cryptological...
opments Command, Army Research Institute, Center for Army Leadership, Army Battle Com-mand Battle Labs, many others. Work ...
the 2010 edition of the Joint Center for Operational Analysis Journal. The Naval Institute’sProceedings magazine, and the ...
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  1. 1. Richard Stuart Maltz 3412 Albury Court, Chesapeake, Virginia 23321 Telephone: Cell: (703) 587-8423 / Home: (757) 673-0757 E-Mail: richard.maltz@us.army.mil or richardmaltz@cox.net “Some people think ’outside the box’; Richard Maltz thinks outside the factory where the boxes are made.” -- Quip popular among some Military Concept DevelopersSECURITY CLEARANCES:Currently held: Secret. Previously held: Top Secret/Sensitive CompartmentalizedInformation (TS/SCI), from a Special Background Investigation.PROFESSIONAL STRENGTHS:Writing, Editing, Teaching, Training, Advising, Consulting, Creative Problem Solving,Concept Synthesis and Development, Leadership, Management, Operational Art, Strategy,Grand Strategy, (Human-Centric) Orthogonal Analysis, Underlying Causes Analysis,Wargaming, and the practical employment of relevant History, Theory, and Philosophy.CURRENT POSITION:2009 to 2011, Senior Joint Military Policy and Doctrine Analyst for Science ApplicationsInternational Corporation (SAIC) at US Joint Forces Command’s (USJFCOM’s) JointWarfighting Center’s (JWFC/J-7’s) Doctrine and Education Group (DEG), in Suffolk,Virginia. I prepare studies on Joint doctrinal implications of works of military history andtheory, and of Joint Concept Development. Special attention is dedicated to the development ofdoctrine on “Operations”, “Operations Planning Process”, “Operational Design” and on“Adaptive Leadership”. I review various Joint Concepts, Joint Doctrine, and Pre-Doctrinalpublications for completeness and correctness. I drafted and continue to develop USJFCOM’slist of “Proposed Study Topics” and “Special Areas of Emphasis” for NDU, Service Schools,and DARPA; and I serve as the official USJFCOM liaison to NDU and the Services for “KeyStrategic Issues”. I composed several reviews of books on military history, theory, and strategyfrom the JFCOM Commander’s Reading List, and edited the Joint “Strategic Communication”Handbook (the author had incorporated many of my writings on the subject; but these weredeemed by Army and DoD reviewers to be too politically sensitive to appear in an unclassifieddocument). I assisted the Joint Futures Laboratory (J-9) and the “National Program for SmallUnit Excellence” in establishing their respective programs for operations in the “CognitiveDomain”; and I also created and administer the JWFC/J-7 DEG Outreach Program, arrangingOfficer Professional Development Lectures from world-class military historians, theoreticians,and philosophers. At the request of the Officers of the DEG, I also lecture frequently on militaryhistory, theory, and philosophy at their weekly in-house seminars. Additionally, I initiated apopular complementary program for weekly free-play wargaming for the Officers of the DEG.Several of my articles have been published each year between 2006 and 2010, including in in-house USJFCOM professional journals. During this period, I had several articles published inother professional military journals in the US and Canada; and I have been a speaker in various 1
  2. 2. military fora, including the US Army War College’s Strategic Studies Institutes Annual StrategyConference. I have received several letters of commendation for my work in the JFCOM DEG.PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE:2008 to 2009 Senior Futures Analyst (Military) for Science Applications InternationalCorporation (SAIC) at United States Joint Forces Command’s (USJFCOM’s) JointStrategy and Policy Directorate’s (J-5’s) Joint Futures Group (JFG) in Suffolk, Virginia. Iprovided predictive, analytical, and writing support to the Chief of the JFG (J-59), the Director ofStrategy and Policy, and to the USJFCOM Commander. I helped rewrite the 2008 Joint Oper-ering Environment (JOE) document in support of the Capstone Concept of Joint Operations(CCJO) Writing Team. I composed and delivered a briefing on military theory to the CCJOWriting Team, and wrote the initial drafts of the Military Challenges and Implications sections ofthe JOE, along with many supporting background papers, studies, and vignettes. I defined anddeveloped JFCOM’s new Joint Net Assessment mission, composed studies of foreign powers(notably China, Russia, and India); drafted a program for comprehensive operations in the“Cognitive Domain”, a campaign plan for the defeat of the United States and its armed forces;an opportunity-based strategy for the 21st Century, and a study of comparative perspectives ofoperational art. Additionally, I critiqued concept papers; corresponded and met withprospective senior mentors and prominent military historians, theoreticians, and philosophers;attended related conferences and symposia; coordinated with the J-5 Joint Planning Group onorganizational productivity enhancement; undertook special research and writing tasks pertainingto strategy, policy, and history for the J-5 (notably on the subject of the rise and fall of empiresthroughout history); and wrote and lectured for the J-5 University. During this period, I wasinvited to administer the Armys Proteus Futures Groups web page on the "Cognitive Domain",and address the Army War Colleges Strategic Studies Institutes 2009 Annual StrategyConference on the subject of "Epistemology of Strategy".2007 to 2008 Senior Joint Doctrine Analyst for Science Applications International Corp.(SAIC) at United States Joint Forces Command’s Joint Warfighting Center (JWFC/J-7) inSuffolk, Virginia. I supported the revision of the joint doctrinal publications for Weapons ofMass Destruction (WMD) and Foreign Internal Defense (FID), reviewed and critiqued otherexisting joint doctrine publications, edited J-7’s new Joint Training Newsletter magazine, andrepresented the JWFC Doctrine Division at various conferences, experiments, exercises, andwargames. I also drafted and revised doctrinal white papers and other publications, as tasked.My drafting of the white paper on “Biometrics” was especially well received and commended.My published articles on practical military epistemology resulted in my being inducted intoUSJFCOM’s “Black Swan Society”, and the Cognitive Systems Engineering Consortium and theCognitive Engineering and Decision Making Technical Group, of the Human Factors Society.2007 – Intelligence Doctrine Developer, Senior Instructor, and Guest Lecturer for GeneralDynamics at the US Army Intelligence Center and Schools in Fort Huachuca, Arizona. Irewrote the “Combat Commanders’ Handbook for Intelligence” and lectured on military theory.2001 to 2007 – Joint Concept Developer for L-3 Communications/Titan Corporation at USJoint Forces Command’s Joint Futures Center and Experimentation Directorate (J-9) inSuffolk, VA. I created and refined Joint Warfighting Concepts to enhance warfighting cap-abilities in the 2010-2026 timeframe in conformity with guidance from the Secretary of Defenseand Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff. This work followed two paths. The first consisted offormal tasking and specified duties. These involved writing, reviewing, and critiquing other’s 2
  3. 3. work, and attending meetings, conferences, symposia, & wargames. The second was my owncreation, designed to complement formal tasking, and enhance the functioning of J-9 generally.Formal Tasking: Joint Operational Warfighting (JOW) Concept; Effects-Based Thinkingpapers and briefings; Major Combat Operations (MCO) Joint Operating Concept (JOC);Asymmetrical, Irregular, and Unconventional Warfare papers and briefings; ProtractedWarfare: "The Long War" Concept; Continuous Global Shaping Operations Concept;Stability Operations JOC; and Joint Urban Operations (JUO) Joint Integrating Concept.2006 - Detailed to the Joint Urban Operations Joint Integrating Concept by the Chief ofConcept Development. Assigned to rewrite the existing 100-page concept. Assigned to theMilitary Support to Stabilization, Security, Transition, and Reconstruction (formerly“Stability”) Operations (SSTRO) Joint Operating Concept Team. I drafted papers on relatedsubjects; but spent most of my time on assigned special projects relating to Major CombatOperations and Joint Urban Operations. The then new “Long War” Team assumed the mantle ofthe earlier “Shaping” Team. I helped draft proposals for a proposed Shaping Joint OperatingConcept. Assigned to the newly formed Protracted Warfare ("The Long War") Team in late2005, I created the initial framework and concept for J-9’s “Long War” program.2004 to 2005 – I was detailed to Case A of the Army’s wargame Unified Quest (UQ) 2005,consisting of Senior Concept Developers and Subject Matter Experts from throughout thedefense community, and the Israeli Defense Force’s Operational Theory Research Institute(OTRI), assisting the US Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) in assimilating theIsraeli concept “Systemic Operational Design” (SOD), reconciling it with “Effects-BasedOperations” (EBO) and “Classical Elements of Operational Design” (CEOD). I wrote paperson the nature of Systemic Operational Design, on its relationships with Effects-Based Operationsand CEOD, and how the Army can best synthesize and assimilate all three.2004 to 2005 – I was assigned by the Director of J-9 to prepare historical case studies on theUkrainian Partisan Movement and recent wars in Chechnya. These were to be undertaken in thecontext of current conflict theory; and were to be supported by a staff hired for these efforts.These involved extensive interviews with subject matter experts, and study of records on-lineand at the US Archives in Adelphi, Maryland and in Washington, DC.2003 to 2006 – Assigned to the Operations Group of the Concept Development Division to helpwrite the Major Combat Operations (MCO) Joint Operational Concept (JOC), one of fourJOCs specified by the Joint Chiefs of Staff under their capstone “Joint Operational Concepts”(JOpsC) program. I contributed to the outline of the concept, drafted the initial “central idea”("Fluid Comprehensive Engagement"), supervised the JOC Team in drafting the initial back-ground paper and briefing, and composed much of the initial draft concept, notably the portionson the Effects-Based Approach (EBA – “Effects-Based Thinking” (EBT)) and other “Human-Centric” aspects of the concept. I also administered the outreach program wherein the world’sforemost defense experts were invited to contribute to the development of MCO; and Imaintained the web site where comments on the JOC were cataloged. MCO soon emerged as themost mature of the JOCs, and writers of the other JOCs were directed to emulate its example. Icritiqued draft JOCs from other commands, and I assisted J-9’s Stability Operations Team in thepreparation of their JOC. In 2004, the MCO Team was instructed to develop a “Case 2” forIrregular Warfare. I prepared the paper and briefing that defined the problem and initiated thisprocess, as well as an Irregular Warfare library and database. That year, I was designated theMCO Team’s dedicated Researcher, and was told that I was to be the model for the other team’s 3
  4. 4. Researchers. In 2006, I was assigned to write an article for publication in Joint Forces Quarterlyon “The Conceptual Antecedents of the Major Combat Operations Joint Operating Concept”.2002 to 2003 – I was assigned as Maneuver Lead on the Fires and Maneuver Team of the Oper-ations Group of the Concept Development Division. I served as the Writer for the ManeuverSub-Team, the Deputy Lead of the Fires and Maneuver Team, and the Liaison between theTeam and the Group. I helped draft the Joint Maneuver Concept in the "Dominant Maneuver"portion of the Joint Capstone Concept (later the Capstone Concept for Joint Operations).2002 – I worked with the Effects-Based Operations (EBO) Team to help transition EBO from atargeting and process-oriented concept to one based on thinking and culture. I wrote briefingsand studies on historical antecedents of EBO for JFCOM C-in-C. My treatment of EBO in MCOgarnered EBO the acceptance of the services that had previously (and subsequently) eluded it.2001 to 2002 – Coauthored Joint Operational Warfighting (JOW) Concept. I introducedinto JOW elements of Warfighting Culture, Adaptive Command and Control, Creative Tension,and Emergent Behaviors (of Synergy, Adaptability, and Opportunism) widely regarded ascomprising its core. JOW went on to be embraced by many as the best and most original workever done at J-9; mated with “Rapid Decisive Operations” under the name “Joint WarfightingConcept”, it became the center of J-9s concept development work, and an important part of theconcept development work of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, merging with parallel efforts to comprisethe Joint Capstone Concept (later JOpsC). In addition to drafting much of the JOW Concept, Itraveled around the country to the Service colleges and concept development centers to presentand discuss JOW, and JOW’s relationship with disparate existing and proposed Service concepts.2001 – Assisted in the refinement of the existing Rapid Decisive Operations (RDO) Concept.RDO was then the centerpiece of J-9’s concept development work; but it had reached a concept-ual dead end. The Military Lead for RDO asked me to help them make RDO a balanced andcoherent concept. He agreed that this was ultimately accomplished by RDO’s union with JOW.2002 – I supported JFCOMs Title 10 Wargaming Division, providing advice on structuring ofwargames to produce most useful data and observations. Administered J-9 Academy at JointForces Staff College and taught the course in Joint Concept Development and Experimentation.2003 – I was selected by the Deputy J-9 Commander to oversee a staff in performing a study ofthe Ukrainian Partisan movement of the 1940s, with a view toward identifying key principlesrelating to negotiation, shaping strategies, and knowledge and understanding. This effort (inearly 2004) was followed in 2005 by a similar study on the wars between Russia and Chechnya.2001 to 2006 – Represented USJFCOM J-9 at various wargames, conferences, and symposiaPersonal Initiatives: The second path of my activity at J-9, described in detail below, was of myown creation, and consisted of initiatives dedicated to making J-9’s concept development workhistorically, theoretically, and philosophically sound, with a view toward transforming J-9 intoan engine of genuine and positive transformation within the DoD as a whole. These included: 1. The establishment and administration of a J-9 Concept Development (lending) Library ofover 3,000 volumes of military history and theory, and related subjects, culled from my personallibrary, and incorporating donations from individuals and from service libraries; 4
  5. 5. 2. The establishment and administration of an alternative experimentation venue prototypingeffort employing “off-the-shelf” wargames (this progressed through two prototyping iterationsand included over 24 volunteers from within J-9 and the Ministries of Defense of other nations,including several senior military officers and government personnel; later, J-9’s “DecisionSuperiority” Cell conducted a similar program, based on this effort, enlisting me as an adviser); 3. The establishment of formal ties with the worlds leading experts on organizational pro-ductivity for the purpose of receiving instruction and consulting in the skills necessary to assuresoundness of J-9’s concept development work (focusing on Logic, Epistemology, and Rhetoric); 4. The establishment and administration of a concept development outreach program whereinworlds foremost authorities on military art participated in concept development initiatives (thishas been commended by the Commanding General, occasionally receiving formal sponsorship); 5. The establishment and administration of an open forum dedicated to the advancement ofmilitary arts, based on Gerhard Von Scharnhorst’s early 19th Century Militarische Gesellschaft(J-9 has since pursued something similar to this in the form of a “Wiki” (participative) website); 6. The establishment and administration of an informal network and forum, initially withinJ-9, but now including dozens of defense officials and luminaries from around the worlddedicated to advancement of higher level national security-related issues such as: internaltransformation, grand strategy, global shaping, human-centric warfare, and engagement in thecognitive domain; 7. The promulgation within J-9’s concept development work of classical principles of milit-ary history, theory, and philosophy manifested in such concepts as: “Information-Age Leader-ship”, “Human-Centric Warfare”, “Byzantine Model Warfare”, “Imperialism without Colonial-ism”, “Cultural Revolution in Military Affairs”, “21st Century Political Warfare", “Principles ofWar for the Information Age”, “Mongolian Model Warfare”, “Continuous Global Shaping”,“Warfare in the Cognitive Domain”, “Mastering ‘Variation’ in Warfare”, “The American EastIndia Company”, “Policy and Culture, the PC in the Proposed PC-DOTMLPF”, “Creating anInterdisciplinary Cadre for National Defense”, “Mechanisms for Transformation”, “The Role ofEmergent Behaviors”, “The Application of ‘Profound Knowledge’ to War”, “Grand StrategicPsyops/Propaganda Campaign against Terrorism”, “Leveraging Elemental Forces”, “Reignite theAmerican Revolution; Liberate the World”, and "Comprehensive Engagement", (these had aprofound impact on J-9’s work; and on others throughout the defense community; this list, alongwith descriptions of these concepts, has been sent to DARPA and war colleges requesting re-search topics; the last item was adopted as the “central idea” of J-9’s Major Combat OperationsJoint Operating Concept, and later, J-9’s Joint Urban Operations Joint Integrating Concept).While at J-9, I received many awards and commendations for performance excellence fromUSJFCOM, J-9, and United States Special Operations Command. I have also been honored byhaving been informally described by several senior government officials, military officers, andother contractors at J-9 as the best of J-9’s seventy or so Concept Developers.2001 – Collective Assessment Analyst for BTG, Inc. at USJFCOM’s Experimentation Di-rectorate in Suffolk, Virginia. I was one of four Lead Analysts for the Joint Warfighting BattleLab (now the Joint Futures Center). I drafted portions of the Data Collection and Analysis(DCA) Plan for the Joint Experiment “Unified Vision 2001” (UV-01), including determiningDCA strategy, coordinating with other Analysts, and drafting surveys and questionnaires. I wasthe first dedicated World Class Adversary (Red Cell) Opposing Forces Analyst, devising a DCA 5
  6. 6. Plan designed to ascertain and track perceptions of Red Cell personnel throughout UV-01, andcollecting, analyzing, and reporting on data collected (my approach was later used as a model ofdata collection and analysis by subsequent Red Cell Analysts). I wrote and edited most of theUV-01 Joint Experiment After-Action Report. I consulted with senior leadership personnel ofthe JFCOM Testing and Evaluation (J-7) Directorate’s Doctrine Division on matters of militarytheory and practice, to include reviewing drafts of correspondence, articles, papers, and booksfor theoretical and practical soundness. I also represented J-9 at wargames and conferences.1997 to 2001 – Senior Associate and Program Manager for Engineering Systems Consult-ants, Inc. (ESC) in Landover, Maryland. Clients included Booz-Allen & Hamilton (BAH), from1997 to 2000. I worked in their McLean Headquarters as a Systems Engineer, Subject MatterSpecialist, Trainer, and Courseware Developer. I supported the Defense Information SystemsAgency’s National Telecommunications Management Structure and the National Guard BureausDistance Learning Network (DLN). I composed studies, analyses, and risk assessments;developed courseware for technical and business training; planned and conducted strategicmarketing of the DLN; and trained Staff nationwide in business and technical proceduresnecessary to operate Distance Learning sites. Other assignments were as described below:At TRW, from 1998 to 2000 – Senior Functional Analyst. I supported the operations of theDeputy Secretary of Defense for Gulf War Illnesses.At BDM International, from 1997 to 1998 – Scientific Subject Matter Specialist. Iperformed studies and analyses in support of Military Traffic Management Command (MTMC).DC National Guard Distance Learning Center, from 1999 to 2001 – Site Manager. Ioperated, administered, marketed computer-assisted classrooms, video-teleconferencing centers.I received multiple awards and commendations for performance excellence from ESC and BAH.1978 to 1999 – I pursued my military and civilian careers concurrently, frequently alternatingbetween reserve military duty (with simultaneous full-time civilian employment) and full-timeactive military duty. My active duty was performed in the US and overseas, at headquarters upto the Joint Theatre level. The entries that follow reflect my pursuit of that dual path.1992 to 1997 – Worked simultaneously as Director of the Military Quality Institute (MQI) inOakton, Virginia and in various military positions, culminating with the position of Chief ofEvaluations, Headquarters, DC National Guard in Washington, DC. At MQI, I directed theoperations of a small, not for profit, educational and research foundation. MQI took the leadnationally in the Study of “Maneuver Warfare Doctrine” and “Total Quality Leadership”(specifically, Deming, Juran, Senge, and related organizational productivity theories), and theirdynamic interrelationship. MQI’s practical efforts focused on facilitating Navy adoption of“Maneuver Warfare Doctrine” in support of Naval Doctrine Command and on enhancing Army’sForce XXI program. My articles on Organizational Productivity Analysis and Enhancement inWarfighting Organizations (“Quality Leadership as Maneuver Warfare”; then “Dynamic,Interactive Warfighting”; now “Human-Centric Warfare”), were widely published, cited, andendorsed, and were used for training in the US military in the US and overseas (especially by theSpecial Operations community). I was a featured speaker at related conferences and symposia.A research grant from the Army Studies Board for this work was sponsored by the NationalGuard Bureau. Coordination of activities and research was made with the DOD Quality Office,Deming Institute, Institute for Tactical Education, the Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces 6
  7. 7. and Society, and the Dupuy Institute, among others. Official military positions and duties duringthis period included: Chief of Evaluations, Training Officer, Intelligence Officer, andCounter-Terrorism Officer. I was responsible for observing and evaluating the operations ofthe DCNG. I supervised the Intelligence and NBC portions of their Weapons of MassDestruction program. I conducted staff studies, analyses, and risk assessments. I developedcomprehensive training and organizational programs adopted for use throughout the Command.I was detailed at the request of receiving agencies to DC Metropolitan Police Headquarters,United States Southern Command (USSOUTHCOM) Headquarters, and elsewhere. I receivedmany General Officer and other (Chief of DC Metropolitan Police Department) commendationsfor exceptional performance, and nomination for an Army Commendation Medal.1997 – Traditional Commander-in-Chief Activities (TCA) Coordinator in the IntelligenceDirectorate (J-2) of Headquarters, USSOUTHCOM, Quarry Heights, Panama. I coordinatedIntelligence liaison activities between the US and other countries. I drafted international treatiesand agreements, and advised United States Army South and United States Air Force South Qual-ity staffs on restructuring military organizational productivity enhancement programs in-theater.1993 – Intelligence Officer in the Counter-Intelligence Branch of the Security Counter-Measures Division of the Office of Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Headquarters,United States Army South, Fort Clayton, Panama. I conducted Counter-Intelligence and Count-er-Terrorism activities, performed Risk Assessments, revised division plans and regulations. Ireceived a letter of commendation from the J-2 and nomination for a Meritorious Service Medal.1989 to 1992 – Operations Manager for ETD Electronics and Security, Inc. in Alexandria,VA. I directed the HQ and on-site operations of a small defense contracting firm. I receivedmultiple promotions and citations for superior program management and customer relations.1987 to 1989 – Defense Systems Analyst for Systems Planning and Analysis, Inc in FallsChurch, Virginia. I helped develop the Program Manager’s Course for Space and Naval WarfareSystems Command, and consulted in countering terrorist threats to nuclear-armed submarines.1981 to 1987 – Defense Systems Analyst for Vitro Laboratories in Silver Spring, Maryland.Cruise Missile and Tartar Missile Programs. I initiated Nuclear System Safety Program for pro-posed nuclear-armed SM-2 Missile System, compiled Nuclear Safety Data Packages, reviewedDesign Change Proposals for Cruise and Tartar missiles, and wrote Integrated Logistic Supportstudies & analyses. I received commendations for work in Cruise Missile nuclear system safety.1978 to 1981 – Defense Systems Analyst, Project Manager, and Director of Security for Sys-tems Research Corporation in Falls Church, Virginia. I supervised preparation of Logistic Sup-port Analyses for Naval Air Systems Command; prepared a study of defense acquisition needs ofChina’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA), correctly predicting future PLA defense acquisitionsand the future of PRC relations with US, USSR, Israel; and prepared reports on Critical MilitaryTechnologies; NATO Rationalization, Standardization, Interoperability; other defense issues.MILITARY EXPERIENCE (other than as described above):1999 to 2000 – Adjunct Instructor; National Interagency Civil-Military Institute; San Luis-Obisbo, CA. I instructed courses in “Counter-Terrorism” and “Force Protection”.1982 to 1984, and 1992 – Intelligence, Operations, and Training Officer, Headquarters, 7
  8. 8. Troop Command, DCNG, Washington, DC; and 1988 to 1991, 140th Transportation Battal-ion, Washington, DC. I supervised a staff in the planning, preparation, and conduct of trainingthroughout command. I conducted Studies, Analyses, Risk Assessments, and Investigations, andwas responsible for all aspects of Intelligence & Security throughout command. I received manyawards and commendations for performance, & nomination for an Army Commendation Medal.1987 to 1988 – Special Projects Officer, Office of the Chief of Staff, DCNG; and 1991 to1992; DC Military Academy, Fort Meade, Maryland. I performed organizational andproductivity studies and analyses. I designed pioneering organizational and training programslater used throughout the DCNG. I received nominations for two Army Commendation Medals.1986 to 1987 – Counter-Terrorism Project Officer, Headquarters, DCNG. I established theDCNG Counter-Terrorism Project, database, and library; conducted Terrorism Threat Briefings,Installation Vulnerability Analyses, and Risk Assessments; composed Counter-Terrorism train-ing exercises and the Terrorism Counteraction Plan for the DCNG; initiated a call for a “grand-strategic psychological operations and propaganda” program designed to infiltrate targetedhost societies and drive a wedge between terrorist support structures and execution cells (ignoredfor 20 years, this is now widely implemented under the name “Strategic Communications”).1986 to 1987 – Company Commander, 274th Military Police Company, Washington, DC. Isupervised all aspects of training and administration for a Combat (tactical-field) Military PoliceCompany of over 150, and set records within my brigade for high retention and low absenteeismrates. I received multiple General Officer commendations and a nomination for an ArmyCommendation Medal.1985 to 1987 – Detachment Commander, Opposing Forces Detachment, 260th MilitaryPolice Brigade, Washington, DC; 1991-1992; DC Military Academy, Fort Meade, MD; and in1992, Headquarters, Troop Command, DCNG, Washington, DC. I founded, trained (usingtraining materials of my own design), and led detachments of soldiers in simulations of SovietSpecial Forces combat operations. I received a General Officer Commendation for outstandingleadership and performance, and nomination for two Army Commendation Medals.1984 to 1999 – Military Academy Instructor, DC Military Academy, Fort Meade, Mary-land. I Instructed Officer Candidates and Non-Commissioned Officers in Leadership, MilitaryHistory, Military Doctrine, Tactics, Weapons, Intelligence, and Counter-Terrorism. Thesecourses employed Army training materials and curricula, and those of my design. I also taughtthe "Battle-Focused Instructor Training Course" to train others to be Military AcademyInstructors; and while there, I was appointed Chairman of Academy’s Tactics Committee.1979 to 1982 – Intelligence Officer, First Battalion, 115th Infantry Regiment, White Oak,Maryland (I served concurrently as Rifle Platoon Leader); 1984 to 1985, 260th MP Brigade,Washington, DC; and 1987 to 1988, 163rd MP Battalion, Washington, DC. I receivedunprecedented (for my battalion) highest possible evaluation from 82nd Airborne DivisionEvaluators for design and delivery of a Tactical Identification training program in the field.1978 to 2000 – Defense, Intelligence, Counter-Terrorism, Force-Protection, Training, Lead-ership, Management, and “Quality Leadership” Consultant, Trainer, and Instructor forvarious local and national police, military, and intelligence agencies and DC area firms 8
  9. 9. including: the National Inter-agency Civil-Military Institute, the Institute for Tactical Edu-cation, Resource Consultants Inc., Computer Sciences Corporation, Heckler & Koch, USArmy South (Panama), US National Guard Bureau, Boeing Aerospace, D.C. MetropolitanPolice Dept., US Navy, US Air Force, National Guard Professional Education Center, USAir Force South (Panama), Federal Protective Service, and Central Intelligence Agency. Iprepared contract proposals, historical, operational, organizational, and productivity studies andanalyses, and designed, planned, conducted, and evaluated training and education programs.EDUCATION:Not yet completed – Georgetown University Graduate School; Washington DC; National Security Studies Program; focus on: Russian and Chinese Foreign and Defense Policies, Irregular Warfare, Strategic Intelligence Operations, and Nuclear Warfare DoctrineGraduated in 1978 – University of Michigan; School of Literature, Arts, and Sciences; Ann Arbor, Michigan; Two Majors: Political Science and History; Three Minors: Philosophy, Geography, and English; focus on International Conflict ManagementPROFESSIONAL TRAINING COMPLETED:2006, Joint Military Operations, United States Naval War College; Newport, Rhode Island2004, Strategy and Policy, United States Naval War College; Newport, Rhode Island2003, Joint Concept Development & Experimentation, Joint Forces Staff College, Norfolk, VA2002, Joint Planning Orientation Course, US Joint Forces Command (USJFCOM), Norfolk, VA1999, Scout-Sniper Employment Officer’s Course, USMC Scout-Sniper School, Quantico, VA1999, Force Protection, National Interagency Civil-Military Institute, San. Luis-Obisbo, CA1998, Training Officer’s Course, National Guard Professional Ed. Center, Little Rock, AR (SSI)1997, Organizational Analysis Course, District of Columbia Government, Washington, DC1997, Communicating in Organizations Course, District of Columbia Government, Wash., DC1997, Principle Centered Leadership Course, Naval Medical Quality Institute, Bethesda, MD1997, TQL Survey Design and Analysis Course, Naval Medical Quality Institute, Bethesda, MD1997, TQL Tools Workshop Course, US Navy Bureau of Personnel (BUPER), Arlington, VA1997, Senior Leader’s Seminar, US Navy Bureau of Personnel (BUPER), Arlington, VA1997, Creating and Sustaining Teamwork Course, Department of Defense, Crystal City, VA1997, Leading the Transformation Course, Department of Defense, Crystal City, VA1997, Human Resources in the Quality Era Course, Department of Defense, Crystal City, VA1997, Leading and Managing Teams Course, Department of Defense, Crystal City, VA1997, Making Things Happen Course, Department of Defense, Crystal City, VA1997, How to Use Metrics Course, Department of Defense, Crystal City, VA1996, Counter-Terrorism Driving Course, US Army MP School, Bill Scott Raceway, WV1996, Counter-Terrorism Pistol Shooting Course, USMC Weapons Training Btn, Quantico, VA1996, Facilitator’s Course, Naval Medical Quality Institute (NMQI), Bethesda, MD1996, Quality Survey Course, Naval Medical Quality Institute (NMQI), Bethesda, MD1996, Introduction to Total Quality Leadership Course, US Navy Bureau of Pers, Arlington., VA1996, TQL Team Skills Workshop Course, US Navy Bureau of Pers. (BUPER), Arlington., VA1996, Human Side of Quality Course, Department of Defense, Crystal City, VA1996, Integrating Quality Course, Department of Defense, Crystal City, VA1996, Performance Appraisal Course, Department of Defense, Crystal City, VA 9
  10. 10. 1996, Leadership in the 21st Century Course, Department of Defense, Crystal City, VA1996, Constancy of Purpose Course, Department of Defense, Crystal City, VA1996, Advanced Quality Training Course, Department of Defense, Crystal City, VA1996, Metrics Management Course, Department of Defense, Crystal City, VA1996, Train the Trainer Course, US Air Force/NGB Quality Center, Tyson’s Corner, VA1995, Improvement Projects Course, Department of Defense, Crystal City, VA1995, Bringing the Customer In Course, Department of Defense, Crystal City, VA1995, Thinking, Learning, and Leading Course, Department of Defense, Crystal City, VA1995, Quality Principles Course, Department of Defense, Crystal City, VA1995, Leading of Quality Course, Department of Defense, Crystal City, VA1995, Teamwork in the Quality Era Course, Department of Defense, Crystal City, VA1995, Motivating Employees Course, Department of Defense, Crystal City, VA1995, Teams and Teamwork Course, Department of Defense, Crystal City, VA1995, Change and Transformation Course, Department of Defense, Crystal City, VA1995, Organizational Direction and Focus Course, Department of Defense, Crystal City, VA1995, Leading by Asking Good Questions Course, Department of Defense, Crystal City, VA1995, Quality Management, Next Generation Course, Department of Defense, Crystal City, VA1995, Methods of Improvement Course, Department of Defense, Crystal City, VA1995, Principles at the Heart of Quality Course, Department of Defense, Crystal City, VA1995, Introduction to Profound Knowledge Course, Department of Defense, Crystal City, VA1995, Transformation Management Course, Department of Defense, Crystal City, VA1995, Statistical Thinking for Leaders Course, Department of Defense, Crystal City, VA1995, Principles of Quality Course, Joint Chiefs of Staff, Crystal City, VA1995, Teams, Tools, and Techniques Course, USAF/ NGB Quality Center, Tyson’s Corner, VA1995, Quality Facilitator Course, USAF/ National Guard Bureau Quality Ctr, Tysons Corner, VA1995, Strategic Planning and Tools Course, USAF/ NGB Quality Ctr, Tyson’s Corner, VA1995, Quality Advisor Course, USAF/NGB Quality Center, Tyson’s Corner, VA1995, Quality Air Force Assurance Course, USAF/ NGB Quality Ctr, Tyson’s Corner, VA1994, Readiness Through Quality Course, District of Columbia National Guard, Wash., DC1994, Senior Leader’s Awareness Course, USAF/ NGB Quality Center, Tyson’s Corner, VA1993, Battle-Focused Instructor Training Cert. Course, DC Mil. Academy, Ft. Meade, MD (SSI)1992, US Army Command and General Staff College (C&GSC), Fort Leavenworth, Kansas1991, Nuclear, Biological, Chemical Defense Course, First US Army, Ft. Meade, MD (SSI)1990, Opposing Forces Leadership Course, Red Thrust OPFOR Academy, Ft. Irwin, CA (SSI)1988, Program Managers Course, Space & Naval Warfare Systems Command, Crystal City, VA1987, Opposing Forces Special Operations Course, Red Thrust OPFOR Ac., Ft. Hood, TX (SSI)1986, Military Police Officer’s Advanced Course, USA MP Sch., Ft. McClellan, AL (MOS 31A)1985, Tactical Intelligence Officers Course, US Army Intelligence Center & Schls. (MOS 35D)1984, Nuclear, Biological, Chemical Defense Course, First US Army, Ft. Meade, MD (SSI)1983, Security Managers Course, First US Army, Fort Bragg, NC (SSI)1982, Survival, Evasion, Resistance, & Escape Course, 58th Inf. Bde, Gunpowder Mil. Res., MD1981, Tactical Leadership School, 58th Infantry Brigade, Fort Meade, MD1981, Military Intelligence Officers Basic Course, USAICS, Ft. Huachuca, AZ (MOS series 35) 10
  11. 11. 1980, Intelligence in Terrorism Counteraction Course, USAICS, Ft. Huachuca, AZ (SSI)1979, Electronic Warfare/Cryptological Officer’s Course, USAICS, Ft. Huachuca (MOS 37A)1979, Combat Electronic Warfare Staff Officers Course, USAICS, Ft. Huachuca, AZ (SSI)1979, Aerial Surveillance Officers Course, USAICS, Ft. Huachuca, AZ (MOS 35A)1979, Counter-Intelligence Officers Course, USAICS, Ft. Huachuca, AZ (MOS 36A)1978-2001, many other military, security, intelligence, counter-terrorism, & leadership courses.Total of Five MOSs - Military Occupational Specialties; Eight SSIs - Special Skill Identifiers.OTHER AWARDS, HONORS, AND AFFILIATIONS:Widely recognized and cited as an early pioneer in the field of operations in the CognitiveDomain. In 2010, selected by the North American Diplomacy Federation to be one of the firstNational Diplomacy Grand Masters. Participated in a special project of the USJFCOM Com-mander to transform Joint Operations Doctrine through revision of keystone joint doctrinal pub-lications: JP 1 “Joint Doctrine”, JP 3-0 “Joint Operations”, JP 5-0 “Joint Operations Planning”,JP 6-0 “Joint Communications”, and “Joint Operational Design Handbook”. Delivered a seriesof lectures on military theory to JFCOM Doctrine and Education Group’s Joint Doctrine Profes-sional Education Weekly Seminar series. In 2009, gave three such lectures; was appointedUSJFCOM’s official liaison for “Key Strategic Issues”; and lectured at Army War College’sStrategic Studies Institute’s Strategy Conference, there delivered a paper on “Epistemology ofStrategy”. Asked to submit my lecture for publication by SSI as a monograph in their “AdvancedStrategic Thought” series. Asked to co-administer the State Department’s Strategic Communica-tion Working Group website. In 2008, Asked to administer Army War College’s and NationalIntelligence University’s Proteus Institute’s website dealing with “Cognitive Domain” (reiteratedin 2010, as site was transferred to Army TRADOC). In 2007, Inducted into JFCOM’s “BlackSwan Society”, group of PhD’s dedicated to fostering military transformation through enhance-ment of organizational productivity. Also inducted into Cognitive Systems Engineering Consort-ium and Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making Technical Group of Human Factors Soci-ety, and invited to Lecture on Military Theory at US Army Intelligence School and 11th SignalBrigade in Fort Huachuca, AZ. In 2003, invited to join “First Friday Group” of distinguishedmilitary thinkers in Wash., DC; and founded “Cognitive Domain Cabal” in JFCOM’s JointFutures Lab (this grew to include leading defense professionals around the world). In 2002, Sel-ected to administer and teach Joint Forces Staff College’s course in Joint Concept Developmentand Experimentation. From 1995 to 1998, featured speaker on Organizational ProductivityAnalysis and Enhancement at National Guard Bureau’s Quality Conference and other militaryfora, in US and overseas. In 1996, Invited to join the Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forcesand Society (as with similar groups, requirements for possession of advanced degrees waived inrecognition of my work). In 1995, sponsored by NGB for a $285,000 research grant from ArmyStudies Board. In 1981, made an honorary Officer in the British Royal Wessex Yeomanry. In1979, cited as the "Distinguished Military (Honor) Graduate" of my Combat Electronic WarfareStaff Officers Course. In 1976, swept “Origins II” national wargaming convention and Diplom-acy tournament (largest ever held). In 1974, awarded academic scholarship to college. Served onBoards of Governors of 115th Infantry Regiment and DC National Guard Associations; foundingmember of: Military Quality Institute and Maryland National Guard Association; listed in WhosWho publications; including Jane’s “Who’s Who in Aviation and Aerospace”; and receivedmany civilian and military awards, decorations, & letters of commendation (submission forseven Army Commendation Medals and three Meritorious Service Medals). Received letters ofendorsement of my research from: Office of Chief of Naval Operations, Naval Doctrine Com-mand, Naval Leader Training Unit, Naval Special Warfare Center, Marine Corps Combat Devel- 11
  12. 12. opments Command, Army Research Institute, Center for Army Leadership, Army Battle Com-mand Battle Labs, many others. Work referenced in publications of Naval Doctrine Command,Air University, and USJFCOM (among others). Membership in: Tactical Response Assoc.,MENSA, National Assoc. of Scholars, Fraternal Order of Police, Royal United Services Institutefor Defence Studies, American Security Council, Military Intelligence Corps Assoc., and otherprofessional organizations, including life memberships in: National Guard Assoc., Naval Instit.,Marine Corps Assoc., American Defense Preparedness Assoc./National Security IndustrialAssoc., National Military Intelligence Assoc., and Law Enforcement Alliance of America.PUBLICATIONS:My writings have been incorporated into official publications of USJFCOM and othercommands. My correspondence with the Cognitive Domain Cabal was published as a series ofarticles between 2006 and 2010 by the Royal Canadian Military Institute. The Army WarCollege’s Winter 2004 Parameters magazine ran an exchange between myself and Ralph Peterson Military Concept Development. Articles on “Quality Leadership” and “Maneuver Warfare”were published, or accepted for publication, by Quality Observer, Program Manager (DefenseSystems Management College), Marine Corps Gazette, Naval Proceedings, Parameters,Military Review, and others. My book reviews have been published by USJFCOM’s Doctrineand Education Group in its “A Common Perspective” journal. Publication of other papers ispending. A representative list of my articles includes:“The Paradox of Shaping”. Published in the Fall 2010 edition of US Joint Forces CommandJoint Warfighting Center Doctrine and Education Group’s A Common Perspective."The Nature and Importance of the Cognitive Domain". Slated, along with other pieces, tobe published as an annex to the "Strategic Communication Handbook” in 2009; it was withdrawnwhen deemed too sensitive for official publication by DOD evaluators. It was published inRoyal Canadian Military Institutes (RCMI’s) November-December 2009 SITREP journal. TheNaval War College Review has also expressed interest in publishing this piece.“The Epistemology of Strategy”. This lecture was delivered to the Armys Annual StrategyConference and the Hampton Roads Militaria Society in 2009. It has been published in theRCMIs May-June 2009 SITREP journal; on the "Defense in the National Interest" (DNI)website; and in Diplomacy World #111, Fall 2010; and was slated for publication in the 2010edition of the Joint Center for Operational Analysis (JCOA) Journal. The Armys StrategicStudies Institute has slated this for publication in the Proceedings of their Conference, and it hasbeen requested that I expand it into a monograph for publication in their "Advanced StrategicThought" series. The Naval War College Review has also expressed interest in publishing it.“Shared Situational Understanding” SITREP, Royal Canadian Military Institute, September–October 2007; Military Review, US Army Command and General Staff College, September–October 2010 (also published in the Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin, MilitaryIntelligence Corps Associations Vanguard magazine, and the Defense in the National Interestwebsite. It was slated for publication in the 2010 edition of the Joint Center for OperationalAnalysis (JCOA) Journal. The Marine Corps Gazette has also asked to publish this piece.“Three Aspects of Structure and Operations Essential for Successful Organizations: Vision,Philosophy, and Learning” SITREP, Royal Canadian Military Institute, January - February2007. The Wright Stuff, Air University Press. 3 September 2009. The US Naval Institute hasalso asked to publish this in their Proceedings magazine."Massacre in Fallujah: A Lesson on Perception and Cognition in Warfare" Royal CanadianMilitary Institute’s SITREP, November – December 2006, and in the Fall 2010 edition ofUSJFCOM Joint Warfighting Center’s A Common Perspective. It was slated for publication in 12
  13. 13. the 2010 edition of the Joint Center for Operational Analysis Journal. The Naval Institute’sProceedings magazine, and the Marine Corps Gazette have also asked to publish this piece."Quality Leadership as Maneuver Warfare." Program Manager, Defense Systems Manage-ment College May - June 1997 (published in other professional journals from 1994 thru 1998).“A Beginner’s Primer on Strategic Nuclear Warfare”, Military Intelligence Magazine, 1979Others: “Genius in War”, “Systemic Operational Design”, “The Nature of Useful NationalSecurity Transformation”, “Why Success Eludes US Foreign and Military Policy”. 13

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