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  • Major General Frederick M. Padilla, USMC > National Defense University > Article View
    National Strategic Studies Center for Complex Operations Ctr for the Study of Weapons of Mass Destruction Program for Emerging Leaders Center for Technology and National Security Policy STAR TIDES Conflict Records Research Center NDU Libraries NDU Press Libraries MERLN News Social Media Press Releases Images Major General Frederick M Padilla USMC President PRINT Photos 1 of 1 Photo By NDU AV Major General Frederick M Padilla USMC Photo by NDU AV Photo Details Download Major General Padilla was born in April 1959 in Torrejon Spain to a career Air Force officer He is a 1982 graduate of East Carolina University and was commissioned in 1983 Major General Padilla s assignments in the operating forces include Platoon Commander Company Commander and Battalion Adjutant 3d Battalion 6th Marine Regiment Rifle and Weapons Company Commander 3d Battalion 9th Marine Regiment Inspector Instructor Weapons Company 2d Battalion 23rd Marine Regiment G 3 Operations Officer 1st Marine Division Commanding officer 1st Battalion 5th Marines and Commanding General 3d Marine Division Other assignments include Command Adjutant Marine Aircraft Group 42 Detachment A 4th Marine Aircraft Wing Commanding Officer Marine Detachment USS CANOPUS AS 34 Commanding Officer School of Infantry West and Chief of Staff Marine Corps Combat Development Command His joint assignments include Plans Officer J3 5 and Secretary of the Joint Staff Joint Task Force Six and Branch Chief for the Joint Requirements Oversight Council J8 on the Joint Staff in the Pentagon Major General Padilla s first General Officer assignment was as the Commanding General Marine Corps Recruit Depot Eastern Recruiting Region Parris Island South Carolina Major General Padilla was promoted to his present rank in July 2013 and before coming to NDU as 15th President was the Director of Operations with Plans Policies and Operations Headquarters Marine Corps Major General Padilla is a

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  • Ambassador Wanda L. Nesbitt > National Defense University > Article View
    Center for Complex Operations Ctr for the Study of Weapons of Mass Destruction Program for Emerging Leaders Center for Technology and National Security Policy STAR TIDES Conflict Records Research Center NDU Libraries NDU Press Libraries MERLN News Social Media Press Releases Images Ambassador Wanda L Nesbitt Senior Vice President PRINT Photos 1 of 1 Photo By NDU AV Ambassador Wanda Nesbitt Senior Vice President NDU Photo by NDU AV Photo Details Download Ambassador Nesbitt joined the National Defense University as its Senior Vice President in November 2013 and served as its Interim President from July November 2014 She is a career member of the U S Foreign Service and holds the rank of Career Minister Prior to NDU Ms Nesbitt served as U S Ambassador to the Republic of Namibia from November 2010 to October 2013 where she was well known for her commitment to environmental and wildlife conservation From October 2007 to August 2010 she was the U S Ambassador to Côte d Ivoire and was deeply involved in efforts to promote democratic governance In Washington Ms Nesbitt served most recently 2005 2007 as the Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Bureau of Consular Affairs She is a consular cone officer with a vast array of experience with policy and management issues She was also Director of the Senior Level Division in the Bureau of Human Resources Career Development and Assignments Division 2004 2005 where she handled assignment issues for the Department s most senior career officers her division was the Executive Secretariat for the Chief of Mission and Deputy Chief of Mission Principal officer selection committees As U S Ambassador to the Republic of Madagascar 2002 2004 Ms Nesbitt devoted particular attention to resolving a political crisis while also promoting environmental preservation and protection and increased private sector

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  • John W. Yaeger, Ed.D. (Captain, USN, Ret.) > National Defense University > Article View
    of 1 Photo By Katie Lewis John W Yaeger Ed D Provost Photo by Katie Lewis Photo Details Download John W Yaeger E D was appointed Provost in July 2010 after serving in that position as Interim Provost since October 2009 Governor Martin O Malley appointed Dr Yaeger to the Maryland Higher Education Commission in March 2012 The 12 member commission is an independent agency responsible for the planning supervision and coordination of the state s postsecondary education system including public and private colleges universities and for profit career schools Dr Yaeger is a 1974 graduate of the U S Naval Academy He received a Masters Degree from the Naval Postgraduate School Monterey California a Masters of Science in National Resource Strategy from the Industrial College of the Armed Forces ICAF National Defense University Washington D C and the degree of Doctor of Education from The George Washington University Washington D C In addition Dr Yaeger is the Class President for the Naval Academy Class of 1974 From June 1974 through June 1993 Dr Yaeger had assignments with naval aviation squadrons and ships serving as an instructor pilot in each operational assignment Following command he was assigned to the U S Naval Academy from July 1993 until July 1996 as the Commandant s Operations Officer He also instructed courses in leadership and character development In 1996 then Captain Yaeger reported to the Industrial College of the Armed Forces ICAF at the National Defense University and has been a student Professor of Grand Strategy Associate Dean of Faculty and Academic Programs and in June of 2000 was appointed Dean of Faculty and Academic Programs In that capacity he was the principal educational advocate and advisor to the College Commandant Captain Yaeger directed the formulation and execution of curriculum to include core

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  • Robert C. Kane (Maj. Gen., USAF, Ret.) > National Defense University > Article View
    Office Regional Centers Africa Center for Strategic Studies Perry Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies Near East South Asia Center for Strategic Studies Research CISA Research Publications Institute for National Strategic Studies Center for Complex Operations Ctr for the Study of Weapons of Mass Destruction Program for Emerging Leaders Center for Technology and National Security Policy STAR TIDES Conflict Records Research Center NDU Libraries NDU Press Libraries MERLN News Social Media Press Releases Images Robert C Kane Maj Gen USAF Ret Chief Operating Officer PRINT Photos 1 of 1 Photo By Robert Kane Maj Gen Robert C Kane USAF Ret Photo by Robert Kane Photo Details Download Robert C Rob Kane Maj Gen USAF Ret joined the leadership of National Defense University NDU in October 2014 as the university s first Chief Operating Officer As COO Kane leads all direct operational aspects of the university including information technology services human resources facilities management and budget He also has oversight of travel continuity of operations and policies pertaining to the administration of these university programs Kane served as the Commandant of the U S Air Force s senior military school the Air War College at Maxwell Air Force Base Alabama from 2010 2011 During his 33 year military career he gained extensive leadership experience in strategic planning program and operations management international partnerships government relations acquisition risk management and compliance transportation and logistics Kane s final active duty assignment was as Director of Global Reach Programs in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition where he oversaw strategic planning and trade space analysis for the USAF s 53 billion portfolio of more than 2 500 cargo air refueling special operations training and executive airlift aircraft He possesses extensive international experience from assignments in Iraq Turkey Korea and

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  • Michael S. Bell, Ph.D. (Colonel, USA, Ret.) > National Defense University > Article View
    TIDES Conflict Records Research Center NDU Libraries NDU Press Libraries MERLN News Social Media Press Releases Images Michael S Bell Ph D Colonel USA Ret Chancellor CISA PRINT Photos 1 of 1 Photo By Katie Lewis Michael S Bell Ph D COL USA Ret Chancellor College of International Security Affairs Photo by Katie Lewis Photo Details Download Dr Michael S Bell is the Chancellor of the College of International Security Affairs CISA one of the five colleges at the National Defense University NDU Following graduation from the United States Military Academy in 1983 and commissioning as an armor officer Dr Bell served with armor cavalry and mechanized infantry units in a variety of command and staff positions in Europe the continental United States and Southwest Asia He commanded 1 8 Cavalry taught history at the United States Military Academy and served at the National War College as Dean of Faculty and Academic Programs Other noteworthy military assignments include Aide de Camp to the Commanding General 24th Infantry Division Mechanized during Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm Special Assistant to the Commanding General U S Army Europe Peace Stabilization Force Futures Chief III Corps G 3 and strategist in the Directorate of Strategic Plans and Policy J5 the Joint Staff While in the Joint Staff J5 his major projects included the National Military Strategy and National Defense Strategy lead writer for the National Military Strategic Plan for the War on Terrorism staff lead for the Joint Strategic Planning System member of the Kuwait Strategic Review team lead writer for Kuwait s National Security and Defense Strategy and lead writer for the National Military Strategy of the Kuwaiti Armed Forces The Strategic Studies Institute published his monograph The Exigencies of Global Integrated Warfare The Evolving Role of the CJCS and His Dedicated

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  • Brigadier General Thomas A. Gorry, USMC > National Defense University > Article View
    and serving as a team co captain his senior year He entered the Marine Corps through the Officer Candidate Course and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in December 1985 Upon completion of The Basic School in June 1986 he attended the Ground Supply Officers Course and proceeded to the Brigade Service Support Group 1 1st Marine Expeditionary Brigade Kaneohe Bay Hawaii for duty with the SASSY Management Unit In December 1989 he reported to Second Recruit Training Battalion Recruit Training Regiment MCRD Parris Island for duty as a Series Commander Company Commander and Battalion S 4 Officer In May 1992 Captain Gorry was selected as the Aide de Camp for the Commanding General ERR MCRD Parris Island South Carolina In July 1993 Captain Gorry reported to Quantico Virginia to attend the Amphibious Warfare School Upon graduation he reported to MCAS Cherry Point North Carolina where he served as the Ground Supply Officer for Marine Aircraft Group 14 In June 1997 Major Gorry returned to Quantico Virginia to attend the Marine Corps Command and Staff College and the School of Advanced Warfighting After two academic years at the Marine Corps University Major Gorry was assigned to III Marine Expeditionary Force Okinawa Japan and served as an Operational Planner in the G3 Future Operations Section In April 2000 he was selected as the Aide de Camp for the Commanding General III Marine Expeditionary Force Marine Corps Bases Japan In July 2001 Major Gorry was transferred to the 3d Force Service Support Group and served as the Officer in Charge of the Materiel Operations Center 3D Materiel Readiness Battalion Major Gorry was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel in September 2001 He assumed command of MEU Service Support Group 31 MSSG 31 31st MEU in June 2002 Lieutenant Colonel Gorry relinquished command of MSSG 31

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  • Janice M. Hamby (RADM, USN, Ret.) > National Defense University > Article View
    project management department head at the Data Processing Service Center Pearl Harbor She attended Boston University earning a Master of Science in Information Systems Management and a Master of Business Administration graduating from both programs with highest honors She was subsequently assigned as assistant professor of Computer Sciences at the U S Military Academy and then served as deputy director of the Communications Operations Directorate at Naval Computer and Telecommunication Station Washington In 1994 she reported to USS Dwight D Eisenhower CVN 69 as part of the initial assignment of women to naval combatants She participated in Eisenhower s deployment to Haiti in support of Operation Uphold Democracy completing her surface warfare qualification during Eisenhower s 1994 Mediterranean deployment In August 1995 she transferred to USS George Washington CVN 73 to serve as the first afloat combat systems officer to combine information systems management combat systems maintenance and telecommunications systems management in one department Hamby graduated from the U S Naval War College in November 1997 earning a Master of Arts in National Security and Strategic Studies Awarded the Vice Admiral Arthur Cebrowski award for best essay related to information warfare command and control warfare and related systems and technology issues she graduated with distinction and was named Presidential Honor Graduate Hamby was then selected to serve as an associate fellow on the chief of naval operations Strategic Studies Group Hamby assumed command of Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station Jacksonville Fla in August 1998 also reporting to Commander Navy Region South East in an additional duty capacity as program manager for information technology During this assignment she served as the Navy s Southeast Region Y2K coordinator for both computer systems and imbedded facilities Hamby is a 2001 graduate of the Joint Forces Staff College and winner of the National Defense

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