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  1. 1. Richard Stuart Maltz 3412 Albury Court, Chesapeake, Virginia Cell 703.587.8423/Home 757.673.0757 Security ClearancesCurrent: Secret (upgradeable). Previous: Top Secret (SCI) from a Special Background Investigation Professional StrengthsCreative-Synthetic Problem Solving; Effects-Based Thinking; Military History, Theory and Philosophy,Asymmetrical, Irregular and Unconventional Warfare; Leadership and Maneuver Theory and Doctrine,Diplomacy; (Grand) Strategy; Discerning Underlying Causes; Concept Synthesis and DevelopmentOrganizational Sociology and 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 lectures on “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 HistoryMr. Maltz has 30 years of leadership experience in program management, military intelligence andoperations, and joint concept and doctrine development. Between 1978 and 1999, he pursued militaryand civilian careers concurrently, alternating between reserve military duty (with simultaneous civilianemployment) and active military service. The latter was performed in the US and overseas up to JointTheater level. His professional writings, focusing on Operations in the Cognitive Domain (IO, SC, IW,and PW), and military history, theory, and philosophy have been published in several military journals.Senior Joint Military Policy and Doctrine Analyst2009 to Present – Science Applications International Corporation at US Joint Forces Command’sJoint Warfighting Center (JWFC) in Suffolk, Virginia. Prepare studies on Joint doctrinal implications ofworks of military history and theory, and of Joint Concept Development. Special attention is dedicatedto the development of doctrine on “Operations”, “Operations Planning Process”, “Operational Design”and on “Adaptive Leadership”. Review various Joint Doctrine publica-tions for completeness,correctness, and coherence. Drafted and briefed USJFCOM’s list of “Proposed Study Topics” and“Special Areas of Interest” for National Defense University, the Service Schools, and DARPA; andserve as the official USJFCOM liaison to National Defense University and the Services for “KeyStrategic Issues”. Edited and contributed to the Joint “Strategic Communication” Handbook); assistedJ-9 in establishing their “Cognitive Domain” program; and also administer the JWFC/J-7 Doctrine andEducation Group Outreach Program, arranging Officer Professional Development Lectures from worldclass military historians and theoreticians. Asked by US State Department and Army Proteus to co-administer their respective web-sites for operations in the Cognitive Domain.Senior Futures Analyst (Military)2008 to 2009 – SAIC at USJFCOM’s Joint Futures Group (JFG) in Suffolk, Virginia. Provided deepfutures predictive, analytical, and writing support to Director of the Center for Joint Futures, theDirector of Strategy and Policy, and JFCOM Commander. Helped rewrite the Joint OperatingEnvironment (JOE) document in support of Capstone Concept of Joint Operations (CCJO); briefedCCJO Team on military theory; wrote initial drafts of Military Challenges and Implications sec-tions ofJOE, and supporting background papers, studies, vignettes; defined and developed JFCOM’s JointNet Assessment mission. Composed: studies of foreign powers; a program for comprehensiveoperations in the “Cognitive Domain”; a campaign plan for the defeat of the United States and itsarmed forces; an opportunity-based strategy for the 21st Century; and a study of comparativeperspectives of operational art. Critiqued concept papers; corresponded and met with prospective
  2. 2. senior mentors and prominent military historians, theoreticians, and philosophers; coordinated withthe J-5 Joint Planning Group on organizational productivity enhancement; research and writing taskspertaining to strategy, policy, and history for the J-5; and wrote and lectured for the J-5 University.Senior Joint Military Doctrine Analyst2007 to 2008 – SAIC at JFCOM’s Joint Warfighting Center in Suffolk, VA. Revised joint doctrinalpublications for Weapons of Mass Destruction and Foreign Internal Defense; reviewed, critiqued otherjoint doctrine publications; edited J-7’s Joint Training magazine; represented Doctrine Division atconferences, experiments, exercises, and wargames; drafted doctrinal papers.Intelligence Doctrine Developer/Senior Instructor/Guest Lecturer2007 – General Dynamics at the US Army Intelligence Center and Schools in Fort Huachuca, Arizona.Rewrote the “Combat Commanders’ Handbook for Intelligence” and lectured students on militarytheory.Joint Concept Developer2001 to 2006 – L-3/Titan Corporation at USJFCOM’s Joint Futures Center and ExperimentationDirectorate (J-9) in Suffolk, Virginia. Created and refined Joint Warfighting Concepts to enhancewarfighting capabilities in the 2010 - 2026 timeframe in conformity with guidance from Secretary ofDefense and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, including: Joint Operational Warfight-ing; Effects-Based Thinking; Major Combat Operations; Asymmetrical, Irregular, and Unconventional Warfare;Protracted Warfare ("Long War"); Continuous Global Shaping; Stability Operations; Urban Operations.Drafted Shaping Joint Operating Concept (JOC); created J-9’s “Long War” program; wrote papers onSystemic Operational Design, its relationships with Effects-Based Operations and “Classical Elementsof Operational Design”, and how to synthesize and assimilate all three; Helped write the MajorCombat Operations JOC; transitioned EBO from targeting and process-oriented concept to one basedon thinking and culture; wrote briefings & studies on the historical antecedents of EBO for the JFCOMC-in-C; coauthored Joint Operational Warfighting Concept (JOW); traveled to Service colleges andconcept development centers to present and discuss JOW, and relationship with existing andproposed Service concepts; assisted in refinement of Rapid Decisive Operations Concept; providedadvice on the structuring of wargames to produce the most useful data and observations;administered J-9 Academy at Joint Forces Staff College, taught course in Joint Concept Developmentand Experimentation; represented JFCOM J-9 at wargames, conferences, symposia.Program ManagerEngineering Systems Consultants, Landover, Maryland 1997 to 2001Major, Military Intelligence CorpsUnited States Army, Washington, D.C. 1978 to 2006Active and Reserve Component Military Service. Progressively more responsible and demandingassignments in the US and overseas. Key responsibilities in intelligence, operations, and training. EducationGeorgetown University and the US Naval War College, Graduate studies in Not CompletedNational Security and Strategy and PolicyUniversity of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan 1978Baccalaureate Degree in Political Science and History Publications“The Paradox of Shaping” A Common Perspective, United States Joint Forces Command, 2010“The Nature and Importance of the Cognitive Domain” SITREP, Royal Can. Mil. Inst., USJFCOM 2009“The Epistemology of Strategy” US Army Strategic Studies Institute (SSI), 2009 (SITREP, DNI, others 2009-2010; slated for publication in SSI’s “Advanced Strategic Thought” series of monographs “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 2007-09"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