GS-13, Military Analyst (CW3, USA, Retired). Mr. Stewart’s area of expertise includes: Overt investigations, analysis, production and dissemination, from tactical through strategic levels of assignment, CONUS and OCONUS. He has been an editor for Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin, in addition to writing many articles in various professional media outlets.

 

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GS-13, Military Analyst, Combat Identification, ARCIC TRADOC – enhancing combat effectiveness for current and future forces, concurrent with fratricide avoidance

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GS-13, Military Analyst, Scenarios Branch (Note: Duties involved Defense Planning Scenarios, Multi-Service Force Deployment, Steady State Security Posture, and TRADOC standard and non-standard scenarios derived from the above) – to support future Modular Force concept development and experimentation

As a Defense Contractor: Served as Site Lead, providing CT support to 25th ID (Afghanistan and Iraq)

reliable medications buy priligy usa Education:

MSCIS-Information Management

BA –Psychology

BS – Liberal Arts

AA – Genera Studies

Certificate-Conflict Resolution, United States Institute of Peace

Language Fluency:

German

Previous Military Assignments:

Strategic CI in the Cold War; West Germany; Operational CI (Bosnia-IFOR) while headquartered in Unified Germany; Tactical CI -> Korea; Numbered Army CT Analysis pre-9/11 (including rotations to Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Egypt); Doctrine Writing, pre- and post-9/11; and Intelligence Liaison Officer to the Unit of Action Maneuver Battle Lab, Ft Knox.

Previous Military Duties:

OIC, SAIC, for CI investigations, CT analysis, AT analysis, FP analysis, led vulnerability assessments (including a red team), led threat assessments, served as senior observer/controller for all division-level CI & HUMINT exercises, NCOIC, ASAIC and case control (editing/review for scope), daily briefings at BUB (echelons of numbered Army, division, BCT); doctrine writer and managing editor, Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin; other duties as assigned.

Awards:

  • Meritorious Service Medal w/OLC
  • Army Commendation Medal w/8 OLCs
  • Army Achievement Medal w/2 OLC
  • Good Conduct Medal w/3 bronze loops
  • National Defense Service Medal w/bronze star
  • Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal w/OLC
  • Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
  • Korean Defense Service Medal
  • Armed Forces Service Medal
  • NCO Professional Development Ribbon w/bronze 3
  • Army Service Ribbon
  • Overseas Service Ribbon w/bronze 3
  • NATO Medal
  • Army Superior Unit award w/2 OLC
  • Commended five times in writing by Director of Operations, Defense Investigative Services (now Defense Security Services), for excellence in investigations and report writing, from 1986-1992. [NOTE: This was when only 2 agents per quarter were selected for the entire European AOR.]