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35+ yrs, Service Disabled, TS/SCI/CI Poly, Operations/Intelligence Planner/Analyst, Special Forces, Senior Intelligence (Counter Terrorism) Analyst

Clearance:

TS/SCI/CI POLY

Date of Clearance Adjudication:

April 19, 2010

Availability:

Janaury 07, 2014 – Janaury 07, 2019

Disability:

Yes (Service Connected) – Percentage: 60%

Current Passport:

US Passport

Expiration Date – May 15, 2012

Language: 

English – Speaking: Basic, Reading: Basic, Writing: Basic

Desired Location:

Stateside – District of Columbia

Overseas – N/A

Highlight Write Up:

Retired U.S. Army Special Forces Lieutenant Colonel specializing in special operations and intelligence planning. Has served as a military detailee to the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), a staff officer in the Army G3 and in numerous special operations units prior to becoming a contract staff officer for the INSCOM G3, the Joint Staff J2, and the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency (NGA) and, currently, the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA).

Geo Location: Germany – Duration: 5 years Iran – Duration: 3 months Iraq – Duration: 1-4 weeks Turkey – Duration: 1-4 weeks Balkans – Duration: 6 months Kenya – Duration: 1-4 weeks Egypt – Duration: 1-4 weeks

Position Write Up: Number of months in position – 52

Senior Intelligence (Counter Terrorism) Analyst & DOD Other COCOM Lead/ Project Manager: CACI Technologies support to Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)/ Defense Combating Terrorism Center (DCTC)’s Department of Defense (DoD) Security Classification/Declassification Review Team (August 2009 – Present)

  • Reviews, declassifies, and reclassifies documents supporting US Government’s responsibilities in the Habeas Corpus process and Military Commissions for Guantanamo Bay detainee litigation.
  • Coordinates original classification authority (OCA) equity deconfliction for the Office of the Secretary of Defense, US Special Operations Command (USSOCOM), US European Command (USEUCOM), Joint Staff, Department of the Army, Department of the Navy, the Department of the Air Force and all other combatant commands and agencies without an “on-site” OCA within this project.
  • Performs classification reviews, declassifies documentation, and cleared over 779 DOD Office of General Counsel (OGC) documents (13,411 pages).
  • Cleared over 90 DOD Office of Military Commissions (OMC) documents (1,257 pages).
  • Produced over 3,929 declassified exhibits (54,770 pages).
  • Provided document product Quality Control reviews of over 15,260 documents (75,443 pages).
  • Continuous daily interface with DOD Detainee Affairs (DASD-RDP), The Joint Staff J3, Army G2, CID, NCIS and INSCOM.
  • Trained three members of DOD Other and Team 6 on DOD Other declassification procedures.
  • Had all Highlighted exhibits completed prior to suspense with few discrepancies.
  • Participates in weekly COCOM OIC meetings with DIA/DCTC, JTF-GTMO, USCENTCOM, the Criminal Investigative Task Force (CITF), DOD OGC, and OMC.
  • Involved with Special Access Programs (SAPs) and Alternate Compensatory Control Measures (ACCMs) associated with the project.
  • Assisted the OMC in identifying key information to prepare charge sheets for High Value Detainees.

Number of months in position – 9

Senior Intelligence Planner/ Project Manager: CACI Technologies support to Defense Intelligence Agency’s (DIA’s) Solutions for Intelligence Analysis (SIA) programs (March – June 2008 and November 2008 – July 2009)

  • Assisted with drafting SIA requests for proposals (RFPs), selecting the “best athletes” for each, crafting the RFP to reflect CACI’s best capabilities to support the government’s intelligence needs and developing the RFP’s Technical/Management (Overall Management Approach) including: Implementation Timeline, Concept of Operations, Plan for OCONUS Deployment Personnel and Management Approach for Replacing Departing Personnel and Recruiting Additional Assets, the Transition Plan and Resumes.
  • He was a Primary author of the J.R. Mannes/CACI Team proposal “win” supporting the Intelligence Planners for the Defense Intelligence Operations Coordination Center (DIOCC) for Intelligence Planning (DEC 2009).

Number of months in position – 3

Senior Intelligence Analyst/ Project Manager: CACI Technologies support to DIA’s SIA task order for Iran Deployment Backfill Support to the Iran Division, Middle East North Africa Office (MNA-2) (July 2008 – November 2008)

  • Supervised Team CACI’s six deployable intelligence analysts/Iranian Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) in providing insightful, responsive all-source intelligence analytical services supporting successful fulfillment of Multi National Force and DIA/MNA-2 mission requirements.
  • His project management duties included: Implementation Timeline, Concept of Operations, and Plan for OCONUS Deployment Personnel and Management Approach for Replacing Departing Personnel and Recruiting Additional Assets, the Transition Plan and monthly reports to the DIA/SIA Program Office.
  • Involved with SAPs and ACCMs associated with the project. During his tenure as site lead, he successfully deployed two ananlysts in 30 days (the DIA predeployment schedule regularly being 90 days).

Number of months in position – 20

Senior Intelligence Planner/Associate: CACI-Institute for Quality Management, Inc. support contract to the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) Office of Military Plans, Support and Readiness (OMSR) (August 2006 – March 2008)

  • Lead NGA intelligence planner developing the Geo-Intelligence Functional Support Plan (FSP) for USCENTCOM, USNORTHCOM plans and NGA intelligence support planning for USCENTCOM 1025 and 1300, JIEDDO Global Support, Global Joint Personnel Recovery and JCS CONPLAN 0300.
  • NGA’s alternate lead in developing the NGA’s Geo-Intelligence FSP for USSOCOM 7500 (Global War on Terrorism).
  • NGA’s lead in developing training guidelines for intelligence planners and refining I Intelligence Planning (IP) concepts, processes and procedures to integrate IP with Adaptive Planning/Adaptive Planning and Execution (AP/APEX).
  • Involved with SAPs and ACCMs associated with the project.
  • Served as NGA’s representative with major constructive input to the Defense Intelligence Coordination Center (DIOCC) sponsored Intelligence Planning Training Workgroup (IPTWG).
  • Had significant input in the development of CJCSI 3110.02E: INTELLIGENCE PLANNING.

Number of months in position – 14

Senior Intelligence Planner: SAIC support contract to Joint Staff J2 (Intelligence Directorate), the PENTAGON, Washington, D.C. (May 2005 – July 2006)

  • Lead JS J2-ICP intelligence planner developing the initial National Intelligence Support Plan (NISP) for USNORTHCOM CONPLANs for Homeland Defense and Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction; and National Intelligence Support to JIEDDO.
  • JS J2-ICP alternate lead in developing the initial NISP for: USSOCOM 7500 (Global War on Terrorism).
  • Involved with ACCMs associated with the project. JS J2-ICP lead in developing training guidelines for professional development of intelligence planners that refined IP concepts, processes and procedures and supported the integration of IP with Adaptive Planning/Adaptive Planning and Execution (AP/APEX).

Number of months in position – 26

Intelligence Analyst: SAIC support contract to US Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) G3 (Operations) Force Management, Fort Belvoir, Virginia (February 2003 – April 2005)

  • SAIC’s Site Lead to US Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) G3 (Operations) Force Management, Fort Belvoir, Virginia.
  • Developed, evaluated, and implemented Theater Level and above Military Intelligence (MI) Combat Developments documents and policies.
  • Analyzed current Army operational techniques against emerging threats to define future intelligence capabilities needed to support the US Army’s Future Force.
  • Represented MI for Army Space issues and Intelligence related Space support to the Future Force, special operations and counterterrorism with the Army Staff, TRADOC, and Space and Missile Defense Command’s (SMDC), the Army Space Work Group, and the Army Space Cadre FORMAL.
  • Involved with ACCMs associated with the project. Was INSCOM’s representative ( as RED FORCE J2) for the Army’s Transitional War-game, Unified Quest 2003. Successfully denied the BLUE FORCE (LTG Holder) three of its five major objectives.

Number of months in position – 2

Washington Support Specialist: DynCorp International LLC, Support to the United States Department of State Diplomatic Security, Washington, D.C. (December 2002 – January 2003)

  • Support lead to Department of State Diplomatic Security Contract to implement and monitor the full range of selection, highly specialized training, equipping and security for the Worldwide Personnel Protection Service (WPPS) Karzi Protective Detail (KPD) — a forty-six-man protective detail with seventy support personnel protecting the President of Afghanistan. Vetted and recommended selection of KPD applicants according to key special operations experience. Resolved all KPD related applicant security problems with the WPPS. Facilitated interface between the DYNCORP and the Department of State security screening process.

Skills Write Up:

• Specializes in special operations and intelligence planning. 33 years Counter Terrorism (CT) experience: 20 – military/13 – contractor: 3 –tactical command, 6-direct operational staff, 24-higher level operations and intelligence staff.

• Extensive and visionary military and Intelligence Agency experience: makes the “interagency process” works for all parties.

• Was the Army’s controller for all Special Access Programs (SAPs) in the joint arena.

• Coordinated CIA sensitive interagency global support and was by-name requested to deploy to Bosnia by the Chief of Station.

• Planned and supported several contingency operations and Non-combatant Evacuation Operations (NEOs) and was a primary author for U.S. European Command’s Operation SILVER ANVIL –the Special Operations Command (Europe) led NEO of 438 people–including 42 third-country nationals–from Sierra Leone in 1992.

• Developed and implemented the integration of the Combatant Commanders’ In-extremis Force (CIF) with Tier Forces • Has commanded a military free-fall and underwater capable special mission unit (Project GREENLIGHT).

• Developed (in 1983) the Special Operations plans that were used by 5th Special Forces Group during Desert Shield/Storm (1991) and Operations Enduring Freedom (OEF) (2001) and Iraqi Freedom (OIF) (2003).

• Helped the Department of State select, train and equip the Karzai Protective Detail (KPD) for the President of Afghanistan.

• Was lead intelligence planner for the Joint Staff J2 and NGA intelligence planning for U.S. Central Command, Joint IED Defense Organization, Joint Personnel Recovery Agency, Joint Staff CONPLAN 0300 and U.S. Special Operations Command Plan 7500 (Global War on Terrorism), and he was key in developing current Intelligence Planning (IP) concepts, processes and doctrine.

• In 2008 he helped write the CACI’s winning proposal and was the first Project Manager for DIA’s Solutions for Intelligence Analysis (SIA) task order providing Deployable Iran Analysts to backfill the DIA’s Iran Division. Ray quickly verified CACI’s proposal by successfully deploying two analysts within 30 days (the normal DIA pre-deployment timeline regularly being 90 days).

• Currently a Senior Intelligence (Counter Terrorism) Analyst and DOD Other COCOM Lead supporting the DIA/Defense Combating Terror Center (DCTC)’s DoD Security Classification/Declassification Review Team and the teams SAP and ACCM manager.

Education Write Up:

• Master’s Degree – Political Science Liberal Arts & Sciences, General Studies, & Humanities University of Kansas, Lawrence 1989

• Bachelor’s Degree – General Liberal Arts & Sciences, General Studies, & Humanities United States Military Academy (NY) 1976

• Air War College Unique Majors or Other Air University, Maxwell Air Force Base, 1997

• Armed Forces Staff College Unique Majors or Other Armed Forces Staff College, National Defense University, Norfolk Naval Base 1995

• U.S. Army Command and General Staff College Unique Majors or Other U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth 1994

MILITARY TRAINING:

• Joint Military Intelligence Training Center Intelligence Planner’s (Pilot) Course, Bolling AFB, 2008

• National Geospatial-Intelligence College Iran; Geospatial Perspective Course, Washington, DC, 2007

• Federal Bureau of Investigation Basic Pattern and Recognition, Clarksburg, WV, 2005

• INSCOM Counterterrorism Analysis, Fort Belvoir, VA, 2004

• INSCOM Basic Analyst Managers, Fort Belvoir, VA, 2003

• Defense Special Access Program Security Management, Washington, DC, 1999

• Basic Weapons Qualification Course, Camp Perry, VA, 1996

• Joint Psychological Operations, Hurlburt Field, FL, 1990

• Joint Space Intelligence Operations, Peterson Air Force Base, CO, 1989

• Joint Space Operations Fundamentals, Peterson Air Force Base, CO, 1989

• Special Forces Military Free Fall Parachutist, Fort Bragg, NC, 1983

• Dynamics of International Terrorism, Hurlburt Field, FL, 1982

• Special Atomic Demolition Munitions Course, Fort Belvoir, VA, 1982

• Special Forces Static Line Jumpmaster, Fort Bragg, NC, 1981

• Special Forces Qualification, Fort Bragg, NC, 1981

• Pathfinder, Fort Benning, GA, 1980

• Joint Air Ground Operations School, Hurlburt Field, FL, 1980

• Infantry Officer Advanced Course, Fort Benning, GA, 1980

• Ranger School, Fort Benning, GA, 1976-1977

• Infantry Officer Basic Course, Fort Benning, GA, 1976

• Airborne School, Fort Benning, GA, 1974

• RECONDO Training, Camp Buckner, NY, 1973

• United States Military Academy Preparatory School, Fort Belvoir, VA, 1972

Awards and Honors:

• National Intelligence Meritorious Unit Award to the Defense Intelligence Agency’s Defense Intelligence Agency’s DOD Security Classification/ Declassification Review Team, March 2011

• Exceptional Performance Award for Superior Accomplishment to the Central Intelligence Agency, July 1996

• National Intelligence Meritorious Unit Award to the Central Intelligence Agency’s Office of Military Affairs, July 1994

• Legion of Merit, October 2001

• Defense Meritorious Service Medal, September 1997

• Southwest Asia Service Medal (w/ bronze star) 1991

• Joint Meritorious Unit Award to United States Space Command for Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm, 1991

• NATO Service Medal for Yugoslavia, 1996

• Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, 2001

• National Defense Service Medal (w/ two bronze stars)

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