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  • Rear Admiral Brad Williamson, USN > National Defense University > Article View
    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 Rear Admiral Brad Williamson USN Commandant JFSC PRINT Photos 1 of 1 Photo By NDU AV Rear Admiral Brad Williamson Photo by NDU AV Photo Details Download Rear Admiral Brad Williamson is a native of Levittown Pennsylvania He is a 1985 graduate of the United States Naval Academy He received a Master of Science in National Security Strategy from the National War College in 2001 His career as a surface warfare officer includes assignments on USS Estocin FFG 15 USS Vandegrift FFG 48 and as executive officer on USS Vicksburg CG 69 He commanded USS Thunderbolt PC 12 USS Porter DDG 78 and Destroyer Squadron DESRON 2 He also served as chief of staff Carrier Strike Group CSG 2 Theodore Roosevelt Strike Group and as chief of staff Naval Striking and Support Forces NATO His most recent deployment was as the commander Standing NATO Maritime Group 2 Ashore he served as graduate education and service college placement officer as future schedules officer on the staff of Commander Naval Surface Forces Atlantic as lead staff analyst in the Office of Program Analysis and Evaluation PA E for the Cost of War COW Supplementals on the staff of the Secretary of Defense as an executive assistant in OPNAV N81 Naval Assessments and OPNAV N86 Surface Warfare and as executive assistant to the deputy commander U S Fleet Forces Command Williamson participated in Operations Desert

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  • Brigadier General Darren E. Hartford, USAF > National Defense University > Article View
    of Science in Civil Engineering U S Air Force Academy Colorado 1994 Squadron Officer School Maxwell AFB Ala 1996 Master of Arts in Human Resource Development Webster University Ill 2002 Distinguished Graduate Air Command and Staff College Maxwell AFB Ala 2002 Master of Arts in Operational Art of Military Science Air Command and Staff College Maxwell AFB Ala 2004 Air War College by correspondence 2008 Master of Science in National Security Strategy National Defense University Ft McNair Washington D C 2010 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Center of International Studies Seminar XXI Foreign Politics International Relations and the National Interest ASSIGNMENTS 1 July 1989 September 1990 Student Pilot Training Williams AFB Arizona 2 January 1991 May 1995 C 5 Pilot Flight Examiner Aircraft Commander and Air Refueling Instructor 22nd Airlift Squadron Travis AFB Calif 3 May 1995 May 1996 Major Command Chief of Regional Operations Headquarters Air Mobility Command Tanker Airlift Control Center Scott AFB Ill 4 May 1996 August 1997 Force Structure Programming Officer Directorate of Plans Headquarters Air Mobility Command Scott AFB Ill 5 August 1997 July 2001 Flight Commander Chief of Squadron Standardization and Evaluation Chief of Group Standardization and Evaluation Squadron Assistant Operations Officer 99th Air Refueling Squadron 19th Air Refueling Group Robins AFB Ga 6 July 2001 June 2002 Student Air Command and Staff College Maxwell AFB Ala 7 June 2002 June 2004 C 5 C 141 Program Element Monitor Global Mobility CONOPS Action Officer Directorate of Operational Capability Requirements Deputy Chief of Staff for Air and Space Operations Headquarters U S Air Force Washington D C 8 June 2004 June 2006 Commander 93nd Air Refueling Squadron Fairchild AFB Wash 9 September 2004 February 2005 Commander 28th Expeditionary Air Refueling Squadron Diego Garcia British Indian Ocean Territory 10 February 2006 May 2006 Commander 22nd Expeditionary Air

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  • Richard D. Hooker Jr., Ph.D. > National Defense University > Article View
    D Hooker Jr Ph D Dir Research Strategic Support and Dir INSS PRINT Photos 1 of 1 Photo By Katie Lewis Dr Richard D Hooker Jr Director for Research and Strategic Support and Director Institute for National Strategic Studies Photo by Katie Lewis Photo Details Download Dr Richard D Hooker Jr became the NDU Director for Research and Strategic Support and Director Institute for National Strategic Studies INSS in September 2013 He previously served as Deputy Commandant and Dean of the NATO Defense College in Rome He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations the International Institute of Strategic Studies and the Foreign Policy Research Council and is a Fellow of the Inter University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society A former White House Fellow Dr Hooker previously taught at the United States Military Academy at West Point and held the Army Chair at the National War College in Washington D C He also served with the Office of National Service The White House under President George H W Bush with the Arms Control and Defense Directorate National Security Council during the Clinton Administration and with the NSC Office for Iraq and Afghanistan in the administration of George W Bush While at the NSC he was a contributing author to The National Security Strategy of the United States His areas of expertise include Defense Policy and Strategy the Middle East NATO Europe and Civil Military Relations Dr Hooker graduated with a B S from the U S Military Academy in 1981 and holds M A and Ph D degrees in International Relations from the University of Virginia He is a Distinguished Graduate of the U S National War College where he earned an M S in National Security Studies and also served as a Post Doctoral Research Fellow

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  • Andrew B. Davis (Maj. Gen., USMC, Ret.) > National Defense University > Article View
    General Andrew B Davis U S Marine Corps Retired assumed the duties of senior director of Capstone Pinnacle and Keystone courses on 19 October 2015 General Davis retired from the Marine Corps in October 2008 after a 38 year military career as an infantry officer including tours in three wars Vietnam Desert Storm and the global war on terrorism He has combined careers as a as a Marine officer journalist media executive educator and professional association CEO Most recently he retired from a three year tour as executive director of the Reserve Officers Association of the United States the congressionally chartered policy advocate for all uniformed services of the United States Davis commanded Marines at all levels from rifle platoon to infantry battalion to combatant command component force He was the director of Marine Corps Public Affairs at the Pentagon from 2001 to 2003 There he led the development of the embedding program for frontline journalists in the Afghanistan and Iraq conflicts Davis subsequently commanded U S Marine Corps Forces Europe and Africa from 2005 to 2007 and then the Marine Corps Mobilization Command until his retirement His personal decorations include the Navy Distinguished Service Medal Defense Superior Service Medal Legion of Merit Meritorious Service Medal and the Navy Marine Corps Commendation Medal In his civilian profession Davis worked in the newspaper industry as reporter editor publisher and educator Davis began his career in journalism as an award winning reporter and editor for Copley Newspapers Then for 10 years he was group publisher and newspaper operations vice president of a 41 newspaper group based in the suburbs of Chicago vice president of The Sun Times Company and president of Chicago Sun Times Features Inc He launched Performance Media a custom publishing division he conceived and developed into a multi million

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  • Jack Godwin, Ph.D. > National Defense University > Article View
    Registrar Graduation 2015 Outreach Int l Student Management 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 Jack Godwin Ph D Director of the International Student Management Office PRINT Photos 1 of 1 Photo By Katie Lewis NDU AV Director of the International Student Management Office Photo by Katie Lewis NDU AV Photo Details Download Jack Godwin Ph D began serving as the Director International Student Management Office in June 2015 Godwin is a political scientist and academic administrator He recently retired from the California State University in Sacramento where he served as Director and Chief International Officer for fifteen years Outside of academia he has international business experience in Europe and international development experience in Africa Godwin has written three books on politics including The Arrow and the Olive Branch Praeger 2007 with a foreword

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  • National Defense University > About > Board of Visitors > BOV Jan 2015
    Reserve Components National Security Course Academic Policies Accreditation Registrar Graduation 2015 Outreach Int l Student Management 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

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  • BOV May 2015
    Weapons of Mass Destruction College of International Security Affairs The Eisenhower School iCollege Inst for National Security Ethics Leadership Joint Forces Staff College KEYSTONE National War College PINNACLE Reserve Components National Security Course Academic Policies Accreditation Registrar Graduation 2015 Outreach Int l Student Management 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 Board of Visitors May 2015 Meeting Materials Federal Register Notice Agenda Certified Minutes NDU Board of Visitors Recommendations to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Presentations Curriculum Overview Climate Survey Preliminary Results Middle States Commission on Higher Education NDU Program Review and Budget Update Talent Management Ten Areas of Opportunity Read Aheads BOV Bio Book Certified Minutes of November 2014 Meeting NDU President s 120 Day Letter to the BOV Fiscal Year 17 21 NDU Programming Guidance Policy Guidance for Developing

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  • National Defense University > About > Board of Visitors > BOV Nov 2014
    Destruction College of International Security Affairs The Eisenhower School iCollege Inst for National Security Ethics Leadership Joint Forces Staff College KEYSTONE National War College PINNACLE Reserve Components National Security Course Academic Policies Accreditation Registrar Graduation 2015 Outreach Int l Student Management 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 Board of Visitors November 2014 Meeting Materials Federal Register Notice Federal Register Notice Revision Agenda Certified Minutes Read Aheads BIO Book November 2014 May 2014 BOV Meeting Minutes Final Charter 30 August 2014 National Defense University Strategic Plan AY 2012 2013 to AY 2017 18 Strategic Leadership Foundational Course Syllabus Framework 5 March 2014 AY 14 15 Curriculum Delivery Changes as of May 2014 NDU AA Memo NDU Strategic Leader Foundational Course for AY 2015 16 21 October 2014 Presentations Institutional Enablers Institutional Improvement Strategic Communications

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