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MORGAN, THOMAS R., GENERAL U.S. MARINE CORPS (RETIRED) General Morgan graduated from Colgate University in 1952 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History and Political Science. He later earned a Master of Arts Degree in Counselor Education from the University of Virginia. Upon graduation from college he completed the Basic School, flight training and was a Naval Aviator in 1954. Upon receiving his wings, he served in numerous fighter and attack squadrons throughout the continental United States and the Pacific. He completed Command and Staff College in 1966 and reported to MCAS Beaufort, South Carolina, as the Group Operations Officer. Later, General Morgan was assigned to, Marine Aircraft Group 13 at Chu Lai, RVN, serving as Group Operations Officer and later as Officer in Charge of the Danang Director Air Support Center (DASC). Upon returning to the United States, he served as Executive Officer of the Marine Corps Air Station Quantico and as Executive Officer of the NROTC Unit at the University of Virginia. Following this assignment, he was ordered to the U.S. European Command Headquarters in Stuttgart Germany followed by a tour at Headquarters Marine Corps as the Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff for Requirements and Programs. Upon selection for Brigadier General in 1977, General Morgan assumed duty as Assistant Division Commander of the 3d Marine Division, Okinawa, Japan. He later became the Assistant Chief of Staff, C-5 of the Combined Forces Command in Korea and later as the Deputy Commander, FMF Pacific Hawaii. In 1981, he was promoted to Major General and was assigned as the Deputy Chief of Staff for Requirements and Programs at Headquarters Marine Corps. He was advanced to Lieutenant General in 1985 and served as the Deputy Chief of Staff for Plans, Policy and Operations. In 1986, General Morgan was promoted to the rank of General and assumed the post as Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps. General Morgan retired on 1 July 1988. For six years following his retirement he managed a State Department project which provided maintenance and repair services to our Embassies worldwide. This included providing Top Secret cleared personnel for all necessary services in both the Embassy and Embassy quarters. Gen Morgan served as a member of the Board of Governors of the USO for 10 years. He currently serves as a member of the Armed Forces Benefit Association and is also the military advisor to the Board of Regents of the Uniformed Services University of Health Services.

Bio for LtCol Chris Sullivan

Phone: Building, Room: Email: (202) 685-4263 Abraham Lincoln Hall, Suite 3500 [email protected]

Personnel status: Staff Department: Position Title: Service: Spouse: CAPSTONE (CAPSTONE) Deputy Director for Scheduling USMC Susan

First day at NDU: 6/26/2007

Career Highlights/Assignments From 2004 2001 1998 1995 1990 1986 To 2007 2004 2001 1998 1993 1990 Position, Organization, Location Strategy and Policy (N5), Chief of Naval Operations, Washington, DC Operations (G3), Marine Corps Forces Europe, Stuttgart, Germany Air Warfare (N88) Chief of Naval Operations, Washington, DC Marine All Weather Fighter-Attack Squadron 242, Miramar, CA SPEAR Division, Office of Naval Intelligence, Suitland, MD Marine All Weather Attack Squadron 121, El Toro, CA

Formal Education Date 2008 1983 School/College/University University of Maryland Tufts University Study Management History Degree Master of Science Bachelor of Arts

Military Education Date 1998 1996 1994 1985 Military Course Marine Corps Command and Staff College Non-Resident Program Marine Corps Tactical Air Control Party School Marine Corps Amphibious Warfare School Naval Flight Officer School

Associations Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society Tufts University Alumni Association United States Naval Academy Sailing Association

BRIGADIER GENERAL WILLIAM J. BENDER

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UNITED STATES AIR FORCE

BRIGADIER GENERAL WILLIAM J. BENDER

Brig. Gen. William J. Bender is the Commander, 86th Airlift Wing, Ramstein Air Base, Germany. He leads a wing composed of four groups, 16 squadrons and three bases in Germany, Spain and Belgium. The wing's mission is to conduct U.S. Air Forces in Europe's only airlift, airdrop and aeromedical evacuation operations flying the C-21, C-20H, C-37, C-40B and C-130E aircraft, as well as contingency response and air and space communications missions. General Bender was commissioned in 1983 after earning a Bachelor of Engineering degree from Manhattan College. He has held staff assignments at Air Mobility Command and Headquarters U.S. European Command. His commands include an airlift squadron, operations group and air refueling wing. He has also served as Vice Commander of the 21st Expeditionary Mobility Task Force. The general is a command pilot with more than 4,000 hours in the T-37, T-38, C/KC-135A/E/R, EC-18B, E/KE-3A/B, C-141B, C-17A and C-130E. EDUCATION 1983 Bachelor of Engineering degree (electrical), Manhattan College, N.Y. 1986 Squadron Officer School, Maxwell AFB, Ala. 1989 Master of Arts degree in business administration, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Fla. 1995 Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell AFB, Ala. 1996 Armed Forces Staff College, Norfolk, Va. 1999 Air War College, by correspondence 2002 Master of Arts degree in national strategic studies, Army War College, Carlisle Barracks, Pa. 2005 Senior Leaders Executive Course, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. 2006 Senior Leaders Executive Course, Center for Creative Leadership, Greensboro, N.C. ASSIGNMENTS 1. December 1983 - November 1984, student, undergraduate pilot training, Vance AFB, Okla. 2. May 1985 - January 1989, KC-135 flight commander, Loring AFB, Maine 3. January 1989 - September 1992, wing executive officer, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio 4. September 1992 - August 1994, flight test assistant operations officer, Tinker AFB, Okla. 5. August 1994 - June 1995, student, Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell AFB, Ala. 6. July 1995 - August 1997, joint staff officer, Headquarters U.S. European Command, Stuttgart, Germany 7. August 1997 - April 1998, assistant operations officer and C-141 pilot, McChord AFB, Wash. 8. April 1998 - September 1998, operations officer, 4th Airlift Squadron, McChord AFB, Wash. 9. September 1998 - February 2000, Commander, 4th Airlift Squadron, McChord AFB, Wash. 10. February 2000 - July 2001, special assistant to the Commander, Air Mobility Command, Scott AFB, Ill. 11. July 2001 - June 2002, student, Army War College, Carlisle Barracks, Pa.

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12. September 2002 - May 2004, Commander, 437th Operations Group, Charleston AFB, S.C. 13. May 2004 - March 2005, Vice Commander, 21st Expeditionary Mobility Task Force, McGuire AFB, N.J. 14. March 2005 - July 2006, Commander, 319th Air Refueling Wing, Grand Forks AFB, N.D. 15. July 2006 - December 2007. executive officer to the Deputy Commander, Headquarters U.S. European Command, Stuttgart, Germany 16. December 2007 - present, Commander, 86th Airlift Wing, Ramstein AB, Germany FLIGHT INFORMATION Rating: Command pilot Flight hours: More than 4,000 Aircraft flown: T-37, T-38, C/KC-135A/E/R, EC-18B, E/KE-3A/B, C-141B, C-17A and C-130E MAJOR AWARDS AND DECORATIONS Defense Superior Service Medal Legion of Merit with oak leaf cluster Defense Meritorious Service Medal Meritorious Service Medal with two oak leaf clusters Aerial Achievement Medal with oak leaf cluster Air Force Commendation Medal with oak leaf cluster Air Force Achievement Medal with two oak leaf clusters EFFECTIVE DATES OF PROMOTION Second Lieutenant May 22, 1983 First Lieutenant May 22, 1985 Captain May 22, 1987 Major March 1, 1994 Lieutenant Colonel Jan. 1, 1998 Colonel Aug. 1, 2002 Brigadier General Sept. 26, 2008 (Current as of September 2008)

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BRIGADIER GENERAL JOHN E. DAVOREN Assistant Division Commander, 35th Infantry Division Brigadier General John E. Davoren assumed duties as the Assistant Division Commander, 35th Infantry Division, Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas, in September, 2005. In this assignment, he assists the 35th Infantry Division Commander in the command and control of the division's maneuver brigades. General Davoren was commissioned in 1976 from the Reserve Officer Training Corps program at the University of Kansas. After completing the Infantry Officer Basic Course and Ranger training he served as a Rifle Platoon Leader, A Company, 503rd Infantry at Ft. Campbell, Kentucky. In July of 1979 he was assigned to Troop B, 3rd Squadron, 4th CAV, 25th Infantry Division at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii; and Executive Officer, 1st Aviation Bn at Fort Riley, Kansas. Since joining the Kansas Army National Guard his assignments have included Commander, Company A, 2/137th Infantry; Intelligence Officer (S-2), 69th Brigade; Operations Officer (S-3), 2/137th Infantry; Commander, 2/137th Infantry Battalion; and Commander, 69th Troop Command. EDUCATION: 1976 University of Kansas- BS - Business Accounting 1982 Central Michigan University - MA - Personnel Management-1982 2001 Army War College - MS Degree - Strategic Studies ASSIGNMENTS: 1. MAY 76 - Mar 78, Platoon Leader, Company A, 2nd Battalion, 503rd Infantry, Fort Campbell, Kentucky 2. Mar 78 - Oct 78, Assistant Operations Officer, United States Army Garrison, Fort Campbell, Kentucky 3. Jul 79 - Oct 80, Aeroscout Section Leader, Troop B, 3rd Squadron, 4th CAV, 25th Infantry Division, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii 4. Oct 80 - Oct 81, Aeroscout Platoon Leader, Troop B, 3rd Squadron, 4th CAV, 25th Infantry Division, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii 5. Oct 81 - Aug 82, Executive Officer, Troop B, 3rd Squadron, 4th CAV, 25th Infantry Division, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii 6. Aug 82 - Mar 83, Executive Officer, Company A, 1st Aviation Battalion, Fort Riley, Kansas 7. Mar 83 - Aug 83, Operations Officer, Company A, 1st Aviation Battalion, Fort Riley, Kansas 8. Jun 85 - Jul 85, Communications Officer, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 2nd Battalion 137th Infantry, Kansas City, Kansas 9. Jul 85 - Feb 89, Commander, Company A, 2nd Battalion 137th Infantry, Kansas City, Kansas 10. Feb 89 - Aug 90, Brigade Intelligence Officer (S-2), Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 69th Brigade, Wichita, Kansas 11. Aug 90 - Aug 92, Operations Officer (S-3), Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 2nd Battalion

137th Infantry, Kansas City, Kansas 12. Aug 92 - Oct 94, Assistant G-3 Air Officer, Headquarters and Headquarters Company 35thInfantry Division (Mechanized), Fort Leavenworth, Kansas 13. Nov 94 - Mar 95, Assistant G-3 Plans Officer, Headquarters and Headquarters Company 35thInfantry Division (Mechanized), Fort Leavenworth, Kansas 14. Mar 95 - Sep 95, Auditing Officer, Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, State Area Command, Topeka, Kansas 15. Oct 95 - Jun 98, Commander, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 2nd Battalion, 137th Infantry, Kansas City, Kansas 16. Jul 98- May 99, G-5 Assistant Chief of Staff Officer, Headquarters and Headquarters Company 35thInfantry Division (Mechanized), Fort Leavenworth, Kansas 17. May 99 - Sep 99, Training Officer, Director of Plans and Training, Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, State Area Command, Topeka, Kansas 18. Sep 99 - Aug 00, Director, Directorate of Plans and Training, Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, State Area Command, Topeka, Kansas 19. Aug 00 - Jul 01, Training Officer, Directorate of Plans and Training, Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, State Area Command, Topeka, Kansas 20. Jul 01 - Oct 04, Director, Directorate of Plans and Training, Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, State Area Command, Topeka, Kansas 21. Nov 04 - Sep 05, Commander, 69th Troop Command, Wichita, Kansas 22. Sep 05 - Present, Assistant Division Commander, 35th Infantry Division, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas MAJOR AWARDS AND DECORATIONS: Army Meritorious Service Medal (2 Oak Leaf Clusters) Army Commendation Medal Army Achievement Medal National Defense Service Medal Humanitarian Service Medal Army Reserve Components Achievement Medal (4 Oak Leaf Clusters) Armed Forces Service Medal Armed Forces Reserve Medal (1 Oak Leaf Cluster) Army Overseas Service Ribbon Army Service Ribbon Army Reserve Components Overseas Training Ribbon (1 Oak Leaf Cluster) Nebraska Meritorious Service Medal Kansas Emergency Service Ribbon Expert Infantryman Badge Aviation Badge Parachute Badge Air Assault Badge

BRIGADIER GENERAL TERESA A.H. DJURIC

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UNITED STATES AIR FORCE

BRIGADIER GENERAL TERESA A.H. DJURIC

Brig. Gen. Teresa A.H. Djuric is Commander, Jeanne M. Holm Center for Officer Accessions and Citizen Development, Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala. She leads the training for 13,000 cadets in 144 detachments of Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps, 1,900 trainees in Officer Training School, and 100,000 cadets in 879 high schools supporting Air Force Junior ROTC. The Holm Center produces more than 70 percent of the Air Force's line officer, chaplain, judge advocate and medical officer production. General Djuric was commissioned in 1983 through Officer Training School. She has operated space systems at North American Aerospace Defense Command, three space wings and Headquarters 14th Air Force. She has commanded at the squadron, group, and wing levels, and served on staffs at the Air Force Personnel Center, U.S. Strategic Command and Headquarters U.S. Air Force. EDUCATION 1983 Bachelor of Science degree in computer science, Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, Va. 1983 Officer Training School, Lackland AFB, Texas. 1987 Squadron Officer School, Maxwell AFB, Ala. 1994 Master of Arts degree in curriculum and instruction, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs 1996 Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell AFB, Ala. 1999 Air War College, by correspondence. 2001 Master of Strategic Studies degree, Army War College, Carlisle Barracks, Pa. 2006 Joint and Combined Warfighting School, Joint Forces Staff College, Norfolk, Va. ASSIGNMENTS 1. October 1983 - August 1987, satellite operations officer, North American Aerospace Defense Command, Cheyenne Mountain Air Station, Colo. 2. August 1987 - November 1988, crew commander, 5th Space Warning Squadron, Woomera, Australia 3. November 1988 - January 1992, flight commander, Squadron Officer School, Maxwell AFB, Ala. 4. January 1992 - May 1994, section commander, 21st Crew Training Squadron, Peterson AFB, Colo. 5. May 1994 - August 1995, flight commander, 21st Operations Support Squadron, Peterson AFB, Colo. 6. July 1995 - June 1996, student, Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell AFB, Ala. 7. June 1996 - March 1998, section chief, division chief and executive officer, Assignments Directorate, Air Force Personnel Command, Randolph AFB, Texas 8. March 1998 - June 2000, Commander, 614th Space Operations Squadron, Vandenberg AFB, Calif. 9. June 2000 - June 2001, student, Army War College, Carlisle Barracks, Pa. 10. July 2001 - June 2003, U.S. Strategic Command representative to U.S. Pacific Command, Camp H.M. Smith, Hawaii

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11. June 2003 - May 2005, Commander, 21st Operations Group, Peterson AFB, Colo. (April 2004 - August 2004, Director of Space Forces, U.S. Central Command Air Forces, Southwest Asia) 12. May 2005 - September 2006, Chief, Space Superiority Division, Deputy Chief of Staff for Strategic Plans and Programs, Headquarters U.S Air Force, Washington, D.C. 13. September 2006 - May 2007, Vice Commander, 30th Space Wing, Vandenberg AFB, Calif. 14. May 2007 - June 2008, Commander, 50th Space Wing, Schriever AFB, Colo. 15. June 2008 - present, Commander, Jeanne M. Holm Center for Officer Accessions and Citizen Development, Maxwell AFB, Ala. BADGES Command Space Badge MAJOR AWARDS AND DECORATIONS Defense Superior Service Medal Legion of Merit with oak leaf cluster Meritorious Service Medal with four oak leaf clusters Joint Service Commendation Medal Air Force Commendation Medal Air Force Achievement Medal OTHER ACHIEVEMENTS 2005 Gen. Jerome O'Malley Distinguished Space Leadership Award EFFECTIVE DATES OF PROMOTION Second Lieutenant Sept. 30, 1983 First Lieutenant Sept. 30, 1985 Captain Sept. 30, 1987 Major Oct. 1, 1995 Lieutenant Colonel Sept. 1, 1998 Colonel Aug. 1, 2002 Brigadier General Dec. 9, 2008 (Current as of January 2009)

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BRIGADIER GENERAL TERRENCE A. "TERRY" FEEHAN

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UNITED STATES AIR FORCE

BRIGADIER GENERAL TERRENCE A. "TERRY" FEEHAN

Brig. Gen. Terrence A. "Terry" Feehan is Vice Commander, Electronic Systems Center, Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass. The center acquires command and control, intelligence, and reconnaissance systems for the Air Force as well as joint and coalition partners. The organization is composed of more than 12,000 dedicated professionals located at six geographically separated locations across the United States, and manages more than 400 programs and $3 billion annually. General Feehan received his commission as a distinguished graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy in 1984. He has served as an engineer, acquisition program manager and inspector general. The general has held assignments at the major command and headquarters Air Force levels, and he was a Secretary of Defense Fellow with Accenture Corporation, Northbrook, Ill. He has previously commanded at the squadron, group, wing and numbered air force levels, and most recently as the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center Commander, Kirtland AFB, N.M. EDUCATION 1984 DIstinguished graduate, Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering, U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colo. 1988 Distinguished graduate, Squadron Officer School, Maxwell AFB, Ala. 1989 Master of Science degree in engineering management, West Coast University, Calif. 1994 Program Managers Course, Defense Systems Management College, Fort Belvoir, Va. 1995 Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell AFB, Ala. 1998 Air War College, by seminar 2001 Secretary of Defense Fellow, Accenture, Northbrook, Ill. 2005 Joint Professional Military Education, Phase II, Joint Forces Staff College, Norfolk, Va. 2007 Leadership for a Democratic Society, Federal Executive Institute, Charlottesville, Va. ASSIGNMENTS 1. June 1984 - June 1986, project manager, ICBM Test Range, 6595th Test Group, Vandenberg AFB, Calif. 2. June 1986 - August 1989, flight-test manager, Peacekeeper ICBM, 6595th Test Group, Vandenberg AFB, Calif. 3. August 1989 - October 1991, lead structures engineer, Tri-Service Standoff Attack Missile System Program Office, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio 4. October 1991 - May 1992, executive officer, Tri-Service Standoff Attack Missile System Program Office, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio 5. May 1992 - January 1994, action officer, Headquarters Air Force Materiel Command, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio

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6. January 1994 - August 1994, student, Defense Systems Management College, Fort Belvoir, Va. 7. August 1994 - June 1995, student, Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell AFB, Ala. 8. June 1995 - July 1998, Chief, Acquisition Oversight and Policy, Secretary of the Air Force Office of the Inspector General, Washington, D.C. 9. July 1998 - June 2000, Commander, 338th Training Squadron, Keesler AFB, Miss. 10. June 2000 - June 2001, Secretary of Defense Corporate Fellow, Accenture, Northbrook, Ill. 11. June 2001 - September 2002, Commander, 88th Support Group, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio 12. October 2002 - March 2003, Commander, 88th Mission Support Group, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio 13. March 2003 - June 2005, Materiel Wing Director, F-15 Eagle System Program Office, ASC, WrightPatterson AFB, Ohio 14. July 2005 - July 2006, Commander, 377th Air Base Wing, Kirtland AFB, N.M. 15. July 2006 - April 2008, Commander, Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center, Kirtland AFB, N.M. 16. April 2008 - present, Vice Commander, Electronic Systems Center, Hanscom AFB, Mass. MAJOR AWARDS AND DECORATIONS Legion of Merit with two oak leaf clusters Defense Meritorious Service Medal Meritorious Service Medal with two oak leaf clusters Air Force Commendation Medal Joint Service Achievement Medal Air Force Achievement Medal with oak leaf cluster National Defense Service Medal with bronze star EFFECTIVE DATES OF PROMOTION Second Lieutenant May 30, 1984 First Lieutenant May 30, 1986 Captain May 30, 1988 Major Oct. 1, 1994 Lieutenant Colonel Jan. 1, 1998 Colonel April 1, 2001 Brigadier General Sept. 2, 2008 (Current as of September 2008)

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JAN 1958 MAY 1980 MAY 1982 JUN 1984 JUL 1990 SEP 1995 SEP 2001 NOV 2007

Born in Atlanta, Georgia Ensign Lieutenant (junior grade) Lieutenant Lieutenant Commander Commander Captain Rear Admiral (lower half), Service continuous to date

ASSIGNMENTS AND DUTIES Naval Aviation Schools Command, Pensacola, FL (DUINS) Training Squadron THREE (DUINS) Helicopter Training Squadron EIGHT (DUINS) Helicopter Training Squadron EIGHTEEN (DUINS) Naval Aviation Schools Command, Pensacola, FL (DUINS) Naval Air Station, Fallon, NV (Human Resources Division Officer) Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron (Light) THREE ONE (DUINS) Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron (Light THREE FIVE (LAMPS Detachment Officer-inCharge) Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron (Light) FOUR ONE (Quality Assurance Officer) Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron (Light) FOUR THREE (Maintenance Officer) Commanding General, Forces Command, Fort McPherson, GA (Interagency Liaison Officer) Air War College Maxwell Air Force Base, AL (Student) Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron (Light) FOUR ONE (DUINS) XO, Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron (Light) FOUR THREE

FROM NOV 1980 FEB JUL SEP NOV 1981 1981 1981 1981

TO FEB 1981 JUL SEP NOV JAN 1981 1981 1981 1982

JAN 1982 NOV 1983 JUL 1984

NOV 1983 JUL 1984 JUN 1987

JUN 1987 MAR 1990 JAN 1992 JUN 1994 JUN 1995 SEP 1995

MAR 1990 DEC 1991 JUN 1994 JUN 1995 SEP 1995 NOV 1996

CO, Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron (Light) FOUR THREE USS BOXER (LHD 4) (Air Officer) CO, Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron (Light) FOUR ONE XO, USS BELLEAU WOOD (LHA 3) CO, USS BELLEAU WOOD (LHA 3) Office of Legislative Affairs (Director, Navy House Liaison Office) Commandant, Naval District Washington Deputy Chairman, Armed Forces Inaugural Committee

NOV 1996 FEB 1998 APR 2000 MAY 2001 MAR 2003 OCT 2004 JUL 2007 AUG 2008

FEB 1998 APR 2000 MAY 2001 MAR 2003 OCT 2004 JUL 2007 AUG 2008 TO DATE

MEDALS AND AWARDS Legion of Merit with one Gold Star Defense Meritorious Service Medal Meritorious Service Medal with three Gold Stars Joint Service Commendation Medal Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal with two Gold Stars Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal Joint Meritorious Unit Award Meritorious Unit Commendation Navy "E" Ribbon National Defense Service Medal with one Bronze Star Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal Southwest Asia Service Medal Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal Global War on Terrorism Service Medal Sea Service Deployment Ribbon Kuwait Liberation Medal (Kuwait) Pistol Marksmanship Medal with Silver "E"

SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS BS (Resource Management) U.S. Naval Academy, 1980 MBA (Personnel) Troy State University, 1995 Graduate of the Air War College, 1995 Designated Naval Aviator, 1981 Designated Joint Specialty Officer, 2006 Capstone 2009-3

SUMMARY OF JOINT DUTY ASSIGNMENTS Assignment Commanding General, Forces Command, Fort McPherson, GA (Interagency Liaison Officer) Dates JAN 92 ­ JUN 94 Rank LCDR

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MAY 1958 MAY 1980 MAY 1982 JUN 1984 JUN 1990 AUG 1995 OCT 2001 DEC 2008

Born in Sioux City, Iowa Ensign Lieutenant (junior grade) Lieutenant Lieutenant Commander Commander Captain Rear Admiral (lower half), Service continuous to date

ASSIGNMENTS AND DUTIES Naval Recruiting District, Peoria, IL (Recruit for Officer Programs) Naval Nuclear Power School, Naval Training Center, Orlando, FL (DUINS) Naval Nuclear Power Training Unit, Idaho Falls, ID (DUINS) Naval Submarine School, Groton, CT (DUINS) USS NARWHAL (SSN 671) (Operations Officer) U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA (Student) Naval Submarine School, Groton, CT (DUINS) Naval Guided Missile School, Virginia Beach, VA (DUINS) USS BENJAMIN FRANKLIN (SSBN 640) (Prospective Navigator) USS TECUMSEH (SSBN 628) (Navigator/Operations Officer) Commander, Submarine Group SIX (Tactical Weapons Training and Certification Team) Naval Submarine School, Groton, CT (DUINS) XO, USS SCRANTON (SSN 756) Commander, U.S. Atlantic Command (Executive Assistant) Naval Reactors, Department of Energy, Washington, DC (Prospective Commanding Officer Refresher Course)

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Commander, Submarine Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet (Prospective Commanding Officer Course) CO, USS PENNSYLVANIA (SSBN 735) Commander, Navy Personnel Command (Deputy Director, Submarine/Nuclear Power Distribution Control Division) (PERS 42) Commander Submarines, Allied Naval Forces South (Chief of Staff) Commander, Submarine Squadron FIFTEEN Commander, Submarine Group SEVEN (Chief of Staff) Defense Intelligence Agency (TEMDU)

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MAY 2002 JUL 2004 JUL 2006 JUN 2008

JUL 2004 JUL 2006 JUN 2008 TO DATE

MEDALS AND AWARDS Defense Superior Service Medal Legion of Merit Meritorious Service Medal with two Gold Stars Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal with three Gold Stars Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal Navy "E" Ribbon Navy Expeditionary Medal National Defense Service Medal with one Bronze Star Humanitarian Service Medal Sea Service Deployment Ribbon with two Bronze Star

SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS BS (Electrical Engineering) U.S. Naval Academy, 1980 MA (National Security Affairs) U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, 1987 Designated Submarine Officer, 1983 Designated Joint Specialty Officer, 1998

SUMMARY OF JOINT DUTY ASSIGNMENT Assignment Commander, U.S. Atlantic Command (Executive Assistant) Commander Submarines, Allied Naval Forces South (Chief of Staff) Dates APR 95 ­ APR 97 MAY 02 ­ JUL 04 Rank CDR CAPT

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BRIGADIER GENERAL SAMUEL A. GREAVES

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UNITED STATES AIR FORCE

BRIGADIER GENERAL SAMUEL A. GREAVES

Brig. Gen. Samuel A. Greaves is Commander, Military Satellite Communications Systems Wing, Space and Missile Systems Center, Los Angeles Air Force Base, Calif. He directs acquisition planning, programming, budgeting, execution and congressional activities for a $46 billion portfolio for military satellite communication systems. These systems include the Milstar constellation, Defense Satellite Communications System, Wideband Global SATCOM Program, Advanced Extremely High Frequency Program, Transformational Satellite Communications System, Global Broadcast Service Program, Command and Control System-Consolidated Program, and associated Air Force communication terminals and mission control systems. He exercises the authority of the Air Force Program Executive Officer for Space in interacting with the Office of the Secretary of Defense, National Reconnaissance Office, NASA, National Security Agency and major commands. General Greaves was commissioned in 1982 through the Reserve Officer Training Corps program after he graduated from Cornell University. He has held a variety of assignments in operational, acquisition and staff units, including assignments at Headquarters Air Combat Command; the National Reconnaissance Office; and on the Air Staff within the Directorate of Operational Requirements and the Air Force Colonel Matters Office . He has commanded the 45th Launch Group, Patrick AFB, Fla., and the Launch and Range Systems Wing, Los Angeles AFB. He has operational launch crew experience in the space shuttle, Titan, Atlas and Delta space-launch systems. He wears the Command Space Badge. EDUCATION 1982 Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y. 1984 Master of Science degree in computer science, West Coast University, Los Angeles, Calif. 1986 Squadron Officer School, Maxwell AFB, Ala. 1997 Distinguished graduate, Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell AFB, Ala. 1997 Undergraduate Space and Missile Training, Staff Course, Vandenberg AFB, Calif. 1999 Air War College, by correspondence, with distinction 2001 Master's degree in strategic studies, Air War College, Maxwell AFB, Ala. 2003 Program Managers Course, Defense Systems Management College, Fort Belvoir, Va. 2008 Executive Program Managers Course, Defense Systems Management College, Fort Belvoir, Va. ASSIGNMENTS 1. June 1982 - December 1984, space shuttle avionics engineer, Vandenberg AFB, Calif. 2. December 1984 - June 1986, avionics engineer, Space Shuttle Main Engines, Kennedy Space Center,

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Fla. 3. June 1986 - October 1987, Chief, Titan Inter-Range Operations, 6595th Aerospace Test Group, Vandenberg AFB, Calif. 4. October 1987 - March 1990, Titan Space Launch Systems Manager, 6595th Aerospace Test Group, Vandenberg AFB, Calif. 5. March 1990 - January 1992, Chief, Spacecraft Test and Launch Operations, SP-11 Program Office, Secretary of the Air Force Office of Special Projects, Los Angeles, Calif. 6. January 1992 - March 1994, Chief, Satellite Engineering, SP-11 Program Office, , Secretary of the Air Force Office of Special Projects, Los Angeles, Calif. 7. March 1994 - August 1995, executive officer to the Director, Secretary of the Air Force Office of Special Projects, Los Angeles, Calif. 8. August 1995 - August 1996, National Space Systems Applications Manager, Directorate of Requirements, Headquarters Air Combat Command, Langley AFB, Va. 9. August 1996 - August 1997, student, Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell AFB, Alabama 10. August 1997 - June 1998, Chief, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Requirements, Space and Reconnaissance Division, Directorate of Operational Requirements, Deputy Chief of Staff for Air and Space Operations, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, Washington, D.C. 11. June 1998 - June 1999, executive officer to the Director of Operational Requirements, Deputy Chief of Staff for Air and Space Operations, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, Washington, D.C. 12. June 1999 - July 2000, Deputy Chief, Assignments Division, and Chief, Space, Missile, Acquisition and Technical Assignments, Air Force Colonel Matters Office, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, Washington, D.C. 13. July 2000 - June 2001, student, Air War College, Maxwell AFB, Ala. 14. June 2001 - July 2002, Commander, Air Force Communications Support Facility, White Sands Missile Range, N.M. 15. August 2002 - June 2004, Materiel Group Director, Air Force Satellite Control Network, Space and Missile Systems Center, Los Angeles AFB, Calif. 16. June 2004 - August 2006, Commander, 45th Launch Group, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla. 17. August 2006 - June 2008, Commander, Launch and Range Systems Wing, Los Angeles AFB, Calif. 18. June 2008 - present, Commander, Military Satellite Communications Systems Wing, Los Angeles AFB, Calif. OPERATIONAL INFORMATION Space Shuttle Missions: 51-C, 51-D, 51-B, 51-G, 51-F, 51-I, 51-J, 61-A, 61-B, 61-C, 51-L Titan: 34B-66, 34D-15, II-G1, 34D-14, II-G2 Titan IV: B-30 Delta II: NASA MESSENGER, Swift, Deep Impact, GPS IIR-13/GPS IIR-14(M), MiTEx, GPS IIR-15(M), GPS IIR-16 (M), GPS IIR-17 (M), GPS IIR-18 (M), GPS IIR-19(M) Delta IV: Air Force Heavy Demo, GOES-N, DMSP-17, DSP-23 Atlas II/III: AC-167, NROL-1, AC-206 Atlas V: AMC-16, INMARSAT-IV, NASA MARS Reconnaissance Orbiter, Pluto New Horizons, ASTRA, WGS-1, NRO L-24, NRO L-28 MAJOR AWARDS AND DECORATIONS Legion of Merit Defense Meritorious Service Medal with two oak leaf clusters Meritorious Service Medal with two oak leaf clusters Air Force Commendation Medal with two oak leaf clusters Air Force Achievement Medal PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS 1994 Program Management, Level III, Acquisition Professional Development Program 1994 Research and Development, Level III, APDP 1994 Test and Engineering, Level I, APDP EFFECTIVE DATES OF PROMOTION Second Lieutenant June 2, 1982 First Lieutenant June 2 1984 Captain June 2, 1986 Major July 1, 1994 Lieutenant Colonel Feb. 1, 1999

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Colonel Aug. 1, 2003 Brigadier General Dec. 9, 2008 (Current as of January 2009)

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1958 1982 1984 1986 1992 1998 2003

Born in Washington, DC Ensign Lieutenant (junior grade) Lieutenant Lieutenant Commander Commander Captain, Service continuous to date

ASSIGNMENTS AND DUTIES USS LONG BEACH (CGN 9) (DUINS) Surface Warfare Officers School Command Detachment, Coronado, San Diego, CA (DUINS) Fleet Combat Training Center, Pacific San Diego, CA (DUINS) USS LONG BEACH (CGN 9) (Third Division Officer) Surface Warfare Officers School Command Detachment, Coronado, San Diego, CA (DUINS) USS VINCENNES (CG 49) (Damage Control Assistant) Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA (Student) USS JARRETT (FFG 33) (Engineer Officer) USS CORONADO (AGF 11) (FIRST Lieutenant) Indian Ministry of Defense Staff College (Student) Fleet Training Center, San Diego, CA (DUINS) XO, USS BENFOLD (DDG 65) National Defense University (Military Operations Analyst) CO, USS COMSTOCK (LSD 45) Office of the Chief of Naval Operations (Deputy Branch Head for Campaign Analysis Modeling and Simulation) (N81) Commander, Amphibious Squadron FOUR Strategic Studies Group Fellow, Newport, RI Joint Staff (Assistant Deputy Director for International Affairs and Military Affairs) (J5) Office of the CNO (Deputy Director, Expeditionary Warfare) (N85B)

FROM JUN 1982 AUG 1982 APR 1983 APR 1983 JAN 1985 MAR DEC MAR DEC JUN JUN APR MAR 1985 1986 1989 1991 1993 1994 1995 1997

TO AUG 1982 APR 1983 APR 1983 JAN 1985 MAR 1985 DEC MAR DEC JUN JUN MAR MAR SEP 1986 1989 1991 1993 1994 1995 1997 1999

SEP 1999 FEB 2002

FEB 2002 OCT 2004

OCT 2004 SEP 2006 AUG 2007 MAY 2008

SEP 2006 AUG 2007 MAY 2008 TO DATE

MEDALS AND AWARDS Legion of Merit with one Gold Star Defense Meritorious Service Medal with one Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster Meritorious Service Medal with two Gold Stars Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal with three Gold Stars Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal Combat Action Ribbon with one Gold Star Navy Unit Commendation with two Bronze Stars Navy "E" Ribbon with "E" device National Defense Service Medal with one Bronze Star Southwest Asia Service Medal with two Bronze Stars Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal Armed Forces Service Medal Humanitarian Service Medal with one Bronze Star Sea Service Deployment Ribbon with four Bronze Stars Navy and Marine Corps Overseas Service Ribbon Kuwait Liberation Medal (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia) Kuwait Liberation Medal (Kuwait) Rifle Marksmanship Medal with Silver "E" Pistol Marksmanship Medal with Silver "E"

SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS BS (Economics) James Madison University, 1981 MS (Operations Research) Naval Postgraduate School, 1989 MA (Foreign Affairs) University of Madras, 1995 Designated Surface Warfare Officer, 1984 Designated Joint Specialty Officer, 2000

PERSONAL DATA Wife: Cora Ann Griffith of Washington, DC

SUMMARY OF JOINT DUTY ASSIGNMENTS Assignment National Defense University (Military Operations Analyst) Dates MAR 97 ­ SEP 99 Rank LCDR/ CDR CAPT

Joint Staff (Assistant Deputy Director for International Affairs and Military Affairs) (J5)

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Mr. Chuck Kosak (SES) Principal Director, Partnership Strategy Office of the Secretary of Defense CURRENT ASSIGNMENTS: Mr. Kosak presently serves as the Principal Director for Partnership Strategy in the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD). He was selected as a member of the Senior Executive Service in June 2007. PAST EXPERIENCES: In his last assignment, Mr. Kosak served as the Principal Director for OSD African Affairs (6/2005-5/2008). Previously, he served as Deputy Director of OSD NATO Policy (10/2003 to 6/2005), Political Advisor to the Commanding General of V Corps, United States Army Europe (9/1998 to 8/2002), and Senior Policy Analyst on the OSD Balkans Task Force (1/1997 to 8/1998). His deployments while serving the Army include Bosnia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Albania, and Israel. Mr. Kosak also served as Head of Office for the International Rescue Committee in Mostar, Bosnia and as a Program Officer in Tuzla, Bosnia (9/1993 to 3/1995). Mr. Kosak also served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in the Congo (9/1988 to 1/1991). His awards include the Secretary of Defense Meritorious Civilian Service Award (2008), the Office of the Secretary of Defense Group Achievement Award (2008), the Department of the Army Award for Superior Civil Service (2002), the Office of the Secretary of Defense Award for Excellence (2001), the Department of the Army Award for Civil Service (1999), the Office of the Secretary of Defense Award for Excellence (1998), and the Office of the Secretary of Defense Joint Meritorious Unit Award (1998). Mr. Kosak speaks French and Swahili and enjoys running marathons. He lives in Fairfax, Virginia. EDUCATION: He holds a Bachelors Degree from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst (Economics and Political Science) as well as Masters Degrees from the Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva, Switzerland (International Politics and Economics) and the National War College, Washington, D.C. (National Security Studies).

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AUTHORITY: 10 U.S.C. 131 PRINCIPAL PURPOSE: To provide the Secretary, Deputy Secretary of Defense, the Executive Secretariat and the Principal Staff Assistants (PSA) with immediate access to biographical information on the OSD Staff personnel for purposes of facilitating interaction and communication in the exercise and discharge of assigned responsibilities and duties. The PSAs will only have access to those biographies for personnel who are employed, assigned or detailed to their perspective offices.

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Brigadier General Kenneth F. McKenzie, Jr.

Director, Chairman's New Administration Transition Team

Upon graduation from The Citadel in 1979, BGen McKenzie was commissioned into the Marine Corps and trained as an infantry officer. He commanded at the platoon, company, battalion, and Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) levels. As a LtCol, he commanded First Battalion, Sixth Marines. As the Commanding Officer of the 22d MEU(SOC), he led the MEU on combat deployments to Afghanistan in 2004 and Iraq in 2005-06. In the operating forces, his staff assignments included service as an infantry battalion executive officer and as the G-3 Operations Officer of the 2d Marine Division. His supporting establishment assignments included duty at Marine Barracks Charleston, S.C., and as the Marine Officer Instructor at the Virginia Military Institute. His headquarters assignments included service as Director of the Commandant's Staff Group for the 30th Commandant of the Marine Corps, lead action officer for the 2001 QDR effort within HQMC, and the Executive Assistant to the Deputy Commandant for Plans, Policies, and Operations, HQMC. In 2006-07 he served as the Military Secretary to the 33rd and 34th Commandants of the Marine Corps. In July 2007, upon promotion to BGen, he served on the Joint Staff as a Deputy Director of Operations within the National Military Command Center. In June 2008, he assumed his current position as Director of the Chairman's New Administration Transition Team (CNATT). BGen McKenzie is an honors graduate of the Armor Officer Advanced Course, Marine Corps Command and Staff College, and the School of Advanced Warfighting. He has a Master's in Teaching with a concentration in History. He was selected as a CMC Fellow in 1999, and served as a Senior Military Fellow within the Institute for National Strategic Studies at the National Defense University. While there, he wrote the book "The Revenge of the Melians: Asymmetric Threats and the 2001 QDR," published by the National

Defense University. BGen McKenzie's awards include the Legion of Merit w/ two gold stars, the Bronze Star, the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, the Meritorious Service Medal w/2 gold stars, the Navy Commendation Medal, and the Combat Action Ribbon. Other awards include the Naval Institute's Aster Prize for leadership writing, First Place in the Naval Institute's Marine Corps Essay contest, the Marine Corps' Association Chase Award for Boldness and Daring, the John A. Lejeune Award from Marine Corps Command and Staff College, the Clifton B. Cates Award from the School of Advanced Warfighting, and the Thomas Jefferson Distinguished Professor Award from the Virginia Military Institute.

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Rear Admiral Peter V. Neffenger United States Coast Guard

Rear Admiral Peter Neffenger assumed command of the Ninth Coast Guard District in May, 2008. His area of responsibility spans the five Great Lakes, the Saint Lawrence Seaway and parts of the surrounding states including 6,700 miles of shoreline and 1,500 miles of international border. As the region's operational commander, he leads over 6,900 Coast Guard active duty, reserve, civilian and auxiliary men and women serving at 74 subordinate units and on the District staff in delivering the world's premier multi-mission services in search and rescue, marine safety, environmental protection, maritime law enforcement, aids to navigation and icebreaking. A native of Elyria, Ohio, Rear Admiral Neffenger was commissioned in 1982 at Coast Guard Officer Candidate School in Yorktown, Virginia. He is a Marine Safety professional with a diverse career of operational and staff assignments across the spectrum of Coast Guard missions. Notable among these, he was Captain of the Port, Federal Maritime Security Coordinator and Commander of Coast Guard Sector Los Angeles ­ Long Beach, California, where he was the senior Coast Guard operational commander for an area of responsibility encompassing over 300 miles of Southern California coast, including the Los Angeles-Long Beach port complex ­ the nation's largest. He has served in five Marine Safety field assignments, as an engineer on USCGC GALLATIN (WHEC721), as the Coast Guard Liaison Officer to the Territory of American Samoa and as a Coast Guard Fellow on the U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee. Rear Admiral Neffenger most recently served as Chief of the Office of Budget and Programs at Coast Guard Headquarters, Washington, DC, where he was the principal budget advisor to the Commandant of the Coast Guard. His responsibilities included reviewing all Coast Guard programs and developing and defending the Coast Guard's $9 billion budget before the Administration and Congress. Rear Admiral Neffenger has earned three Master's degrees: in National Security and Strategic Studies from the Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island; in Public Administration from Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government; and in Business Management from Central Michigan University. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from Baldwin-Wallace College, Berea, Ohio. Rear Admiral Neffenger has received numerous military and civic awards and was recognized by the Coast Guard Foundation for his accomplishments in American Samoa and by the Department of Justice for his assistance in prosecuting environmental crimes in Northern California.

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Brigadier General CAMILLE M. NICHOLS

Commanding General United States Army Expeditionary Contracting Command Fort Belvoir, Virginia 22060 January 2008

SOURCE OF COMMISSIONED SERVICE USMA EDUCATIONAL DEGREES United States Military Academy ­ BA ­ No Major University of Southern California ­ MS ­ Systems Management Naval War College ­ MA ­ National Security and Strategic Studies Industrial College of the Armed Forces ­ MS ­ National Resource Strategy George Washington University ­ PHD ­ Engineering Management MILITARY SCHOOLS ATTENDED Engineer Officer Basic and Advanced Courses United States Naval Command and Staff College Industrial College of the Armed Forces FOREIGN LANGUAGE(S) None recorded PROMOTIONS 2LT 1LT CPT MAJ LTC COL BG DATE OF APPOINTMENT 27 May 81 27 Nov 82 1 Dec 84 1 Apr 93 1 Jan 98 1 Jun 03 16 Feb 09

TO ASSIGNMENT FROM Jan 82 Nov 82 Platoon Leader, later Property Book Officer, 13th Engineer Company, 19th Engineer Battalion, 194th Armored Brigade, Fort Knox, Kentucky Nov 82 May 83 Executive Officer, E Company, 4th Battalion, 5th Training Brigade, Fort Dix, New Jersey May 83 Apr 84 Commander, B Company, United States Army Reception Station, Fort Dix, New Jersey Oct 84 Feb 85 Student, Engineer Officer Advanced Course, United States Army Engineer School, Fort Belvoir, Virginia Mar 85 Apr 86 Commander, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 2d Engineer Battalion, 2d Infantry Division, Eighth United States Army, Korea Jun 86 Oct 87 Instructor/Team Leader, Engineer Officer Advanced Course Division, United States Army Engineer School, Fort Belvoir, Virginia Oct 87 Aug 89 Inspector General, United States Army Materiel Command, Alexandria, Virginia Aug 89 Jun 90 Student, Training with Industry, GE Government Services, Cherry Hill, New Jersey Jul 90 Sep 90 Student, Materiel Acquisition Management Course, United States Army Logistics Management Center, Fort Belvoir, Virginia - Page 1 -

BG Nichols, Camille M. Sep 90 Aug 91 Staff Officer, United States Army Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command, Program Executive Office, Armored Systems Modernization, Warren, Michigan, with duty at Pentagon, Washington, DC later with duty as Construction Contract Engineer, United States Army Corps of Engineers, Kuwait Emergency Recovery Office, Saudi Arabia Sep 91 Jul 92 Liaison Officer, Program Executive Office, Armored Systems Modernization, Warren, Michigan Jul 92 Dec 92 Student, Program Management Course, Defense System Management College, Fort Belvoir, Virginia Dec 92 Jul 93 Liaison Officer, Program Executive Office, Armored Systems Modernization, Warren, Michigan with duty at Pentagon, Washington, DC Jul 93 Jun 94 Chief, Program & Technical Support, Defense Contract Management Area Operations, Defense Logistics Agency, Baltimore, Maryland Jul 94 Jun 95 Student, College of Naval Warfare, Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island Jul 95 Jun 96 Congressional Staff Officer, Office of the Secretary of the Army, Office of the Chief of Legislative Liaison, Washington, DC Jul 96 Sep 98 Assistant Project Manager, Theater High Altitude Area Defense Program, Program Executive Officer, Air and Missile Defense, Huntsville, Alabama Nov 98 Jun 01 Product Manager, 2d Generation Forward Looking Infrared, Project Manager, Night Vision/Reconnaissance, Surveillance, and Target Acquisition Project Office, Fort Belvoir, Virginia Aug 01 Jun 02 Student, Industrial College of the Armed Forces, Fort Lesley J. McNair, Washington, DC Jun 02 May 03 Executive Officer to the Military Deputy to the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Acquisitions, Logistics, and Technology), Washington, DC May 03 May 06 Joint Program Manager Guardian, Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense, Falls Church, Virginia Jun 06 Jul 07 Chief, Capabilities and Acquisition Division, United States Army Element, The Joint Staff, Washington, DC Jul 07 Jan 08 Senior Military Assistant, Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics, Washington, DC Jan 08 Present Commander, United States Army Expeditionary Contracting Command, Fort Belvoir, Virginia

SUMMARY OF JOINT ASSIGNMENTS Chief, Program & Technical Support, Defense Contract Management Area Operations, Defense Logistics Agency, Baltimore, Maryland Joint Program Manager Guardian, Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense, Falls Church, Virginia Chief, Capabilities and Acquisition Division, United States Army Element, The Joint Staff, Washington, DC Senior Military Assistant, Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics, Washington, DC DATE Jul 93 - Jun 94 May 03 - May 06 Jun 06 - Jul 07 Jul 07 - Jan 08

GRADE

Major Lieutenant Colonel/Colonel Colonel Colonel

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BG Nichols, Camille M. US DECORATIONS AND BADGES Defense Superior Service Medal (with Oak Leaf Cluster) Legion of Merit Bronze Star Medal Defense Meritorious Service Medal (with Oak Leaf Cluster) Meritorious Service Medal (with 5 Oak Leaf Clusters) Army Commendation Medal (with 2 Oak Leaf Clusters) Army Achievement Medal Parachutist Badge Air Assault Badge Joint Chiefs of Staff Identification Badge Army Staff Identification Badge

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Major General James Nuttall

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MAJOR GENERAL JAMES W. NUTTALL

Deputy Director of the Army National Guard, National Guard Bureau Major General James W. Nuttall assumed duties as Deputy Director, Army National Guard, National Guard Bureau, Washington, District of Columbia on July 10, 2006. As Deputy Director, he is responsible for assisting the Director, Army National Guard in formulating, developing and coordinating all programs, policies and plans affecting the Army National Guard and its more than 350,000 citizen-soldiers. The General's military career began in 1975. He was commissioned a Field Artillery officer following Officer Candidate School. In his previous assignments, he served as the Deputy Director of Operations, Readiness and Mobilization, United States, Army, G-3/5/7 and as the Chief of Staff, Army National Guard, Arlington, Virginia.

EDUCATION:

1991 Roger Williams University, Bachelor of Science, Business, Bristol, Rhode Island 1995 Salve Regina University, Master of Arts, International Relations, Newport, Rhode Island

ASSIGNMENTS:

1. April 1976 - September 1976, Battalion Ammunition Officer, Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 2nd Battalion, 103rd Field Artillery, Providence, Rhode Island 2. October 1976 - March 1977, Air Defense Section Leader, Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 2nd Battalion, 103rd Field Artillery, Providence, Rhode Island 3. March 1977 - October 1978, Recon / Survey Officer, Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 1st Battalion, 103rd Field Artillery, Providence, Rhode Island

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4. November 1978 - August 1980, S-1, 2nd Battalion, 103rd Field Artillery, Providence, Rhode Island 5. July 1980 - March 1982, Commander, A Battery, 2nd Battalion, 103rd Field Artillery, Providence, Rhode Island 6. March 1982 - November 1983, S-2, 1st Battalion, 103rd Field Artillery, Providence, Rhode Island 7. November 1983 - December 1984, S-1, 1st Battalion, 103rd Field Artillery, Providence, Rhode Island 8. January 1985 - November 1985, Assistant S-3, 1st Battalion, 103rd Field Artillery, Providence, Rhode Island 9. November 1985 - July 1987, S-3, 1st Battalion, 103rd Field Artillery, Providence, Rhode Island 10. August 1988 - December 1988, Student, Command and General Staff College, Ft Leavenworth, Kansas 11. January 1989 - January 1991, Executive Officer, 1st Battalion, 103rd Field Artillery, Providence, Rhode Island 12. January 1991 - August 1992, Mobilization Plans Officer, Headquarters, Rhode Island State Area Command, Rhode Island Army National Guard, Providence, Rhode Island 13. August 1992 - July 1993, Chief, Plans, Operations & Military Support Officer, State Area Command, Rhode Island Army National Guard, Providence, Rhode Island 14. June 1993 - December 1994, S-3, 103rd Field Artillery Brigade, Providence, Rhode Island 15. January 1995 - July 1996, Commander, 1st Battalion, 103rd Field Artillery, Providence, Rhode Island 16. July 1996 - April 1997, Director of Surface Maintenance, Rhode Island Army National Guard, Providence, Rhode Island 17. May 1997 - July 1997, Executive Officer, 103rd Field Artillery Brigade, Providence, Rhode Island 18. August 1997 - July 2000, Commander, 103rd Field Artillery Brigade, Providence, Rhode Island 19. August 2000 - June 2002, Deputy Assistant Commandant - Army National Guard, United States Army Field Artillery School, Ft Sill, Oklahoma 20. June 2002 - March 2003, Chief of Staff - Army National Guard, Headquarters, Training and Doctrine Command, Ft Monroe, Virginia 21. March 2003 - November 2004, Chief of Staff, Army National Guard, Army National Guard Center, Arlington, Virginia 22. November 2004 - July 2006, Deputy Director for Operations, Readiness and Mobilization, United States Army G-3/5/7, Washington, District of Columbia 23. July 2006 - Present, Deputy Director, Army National Guard, Arlington Hall, Arlington, Virginia

MAJOR AWARDS AND DECORATIONS:

Legion of Merit (with Oak Leaf Cluster) Meritorious Service Medal (with 3 Oak Leaf Clusters) Army Commendation Medal (with Oak Leaf Cluster) Army Achievement Medal Army reserve Components Achievement Medal (with 4 Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters) National Defense Service Medal (with Bronze Service Star) Global War on Terrorism Service Medal Armed Forces Service Medal

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Humanitarian Service Medal Armed Forces Reserve Medal (with Gold Hour Glass Device) Army Service Ribbon Reserve Component Overseas Training Ribbon (with Numeral 3) Army Superior Unit Award (with 1 Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster) Air Assault Badge Air Crew Badge Army Staff Identification Badge

EFFECTIVE DATES OF PROMOTIONS:

Second Lieutenant ARNG 11 August 1975 First Lieutenant ARNG 10 August 1978 Captain ARNG 14 January 1980 Major ARNG 16 December 1985 Lieutenant Colonel ARNG 15 July 1991 Colonel ARNG 02 September 1997 Brigadier General ARNG 08 November 2004 Major General ARNG 02 August 2007

(Current as of January 2009)

The date of publication indicated on this biography reflects the most recent update. It does not necessarily reflect the date of printing.

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United States Army

Colonel (Promotable) WARREN E. PHIPPS, JR.

Deputy Commander/Assistant Commandant United States Army Aviation Center Fort Rucker, Alabama 36362-5000 June 2008

SOURCE OF COMMISSIONED SERVICE USMA EDUCATIONAL DEGREES United States Military Academy ­ BS ­ No Major Naval Postgraduate School ­ MS ­ Applied Mathematics National War College ­ MS ­ National Security and Strategic Studies MILITARY SCHOOLS ATTENDED Air Defense Artillery Officer Basic Course Aviation Officer Advanced Course United States Army Command and General Staff College National War College FOREIGN LANGUAGE(S) None recorded PROMOTIONS 2LT 1LT CPT MAJ LTC COL DATE OF APPOINTMENT 26 May 82 26 Nov 83 1 Jan 86 2 Sep 93 1 May 98 1 Mar 04

TO ASSIGNMENT FROM Jan 84 Nov 84 Flight Operations Officer, later Aeroscout Section Leader, C Company, 8th Combat Aviation Battalion, 8th Infantry Division (Mechanized), United States Army Europe, Germany Nov 84 Sep 85 Support Platoon Leader, 8th Combat Aviation Battalion, 8th Infantry Division (Mechanized), United States Army Europe, Germany Sep 85 Apr 86 Attack Helicopter Platoon Leader, B Company, 8th Combat Aviation Battalion, 8th Infantry Division (Mechanized), United States Army Europe, Germany Apr 86 Nov 86 Intelligence Officer, 8th Attack Helicopter Battalion, 8th Infantry Division (Mechanized), United States Army Europe, Germany Sep 87 Jun 89 Commander, C Troop, 4th Squadron, 6th Cavalry, 6th Cavalry Brigade (Air Combat), III Corps, Fort Hood, Texas Jun 89 Apr 90 S-3 (Plans Officer), 6th Cavalry Brigade (Air Combat), III Corps, Fort Hood, Texas May 90 Jun 92 Student, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California Jul 92 Apr 94 Instructor, later Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, United States Military Academy, West Point, New York - Page 1 -

COL Phipps, Jr., Warren E. Aug 94 Jun 95 Student, United States Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas Jun 96 Dec 97 S-4 (Logistics), later S-3 (Operations), later Executive Officer, 229th Aviation Regiment (Attack) (Airborne), Fort Bragg, North Carolina and TASK FORCE EAGLE, OPERATION JOINT GUARD, Bosnia-Herzegovina Jan 98 May 99 Program Integrator/Analyst, Program Analysis and Evaluation Directorate, Office of the Chief of Staff, Army, Washington, DC Jun 99 Jun 01 Commander, 2d Squadron, 6th Cavalry, 12th Aviation Brigade, V Corps, United States Army Europe and Seventh Army, Germany Aug 01 Jun 02 Student, National War College, National Defense University, Fort McNair, Washington DC Jun 02 Jul 04 Operations Officer, later Chief, United States European Command Division, Regional Operations Directorate, J-3, The Joint Staff, Washington, DC Jul 04 Dec 06 Commander, 101st Combat Aviation Brigade, 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell, Kentucky and OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM, Iraq Jan 07 Jun 08 Chief of Staff, United States Army Aviation Center, Fort Rucker Alabama Jun 08 Present Deputy Commander/Assistant Commandant, United States Army Aviation Center, Fort Rucker, Alabama

SUMMARY OF JOINT ASSIGNMENTS Operations Officer, later Chief, United States European Command Division, Regional Operations Directorate, J-3, The Joint Staff, Washington, DC SUMMARY OF OPERATIONS ASSIGNMENTS Commander, 101st Combat Aviation Brigade, 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell, Kentucky and OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM, Iraq DATE Jun 02 - Jul 04

GRADE

Lieutenant Colonel/Colonel

DATE Jul 04 - Dec 06

GRADE

Colonel

US DECORATIONS AND BADGES Defense Superior Service Medal Legion of Merit Bronze Star Medal Meritorious Service Medal (with 5 Oak Leaf Clusters) Army Commendation Medal (with Oak Leaf Cluster) Joint Service Achievement Medal Army Achievement Medal (with Oak Leaf Cluster) Combat Action Badge Parachutist Badge Air Assault Badge Master Army Aviator Badge Joint Chiefs of Staff Identification Badge Army Staff Identification Badge

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Mark J Riccio Senior Advisor for Geospatial Analysis

Mr. Mark. J. Riccio is the Senior Advisor for Geospatial Analysis, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), assuming this position in May of 2006. Prior to this appointment, he was the Technical Executive NGA Office of Americas with responsibility for the investigation and insertion of new technologies and mission capabilities to meet the demands of the Homeland Security / Homeland Defense mission at NGA. Prior to his tenure as Technical Executive, and following the September 11th, 2001 terrorist attacks, Mr. Riccio was asked to stand up the National Imagery and Mapping Agency's (NIMA, an NGA legacy organization) Domestic Operations Branch, becoming Chief, and leading the team that defined and implemented NIMA's role in providing direct operational support to Federal Agencies/activities operating within the United States. In 2001, he served with the Intelligence Analysis and Integrated Operations Division, Office of Americas, Operations Directorate, NIMA as Chief of the North AmericaCaribbean Branch. From 1998 to 2000, Mr. Riccio was Chief of a NIMA Production Cell (NPC) charged with the functional mission of addressing global intelligence missions within an end-to-end commercial off-the-shelf technology solution, a NIMA first. Mr. Riccio began his career with the Defense Mapping Agency (a NIMA legacy organization) in 1991 and served in a variety of positions focused on the extraction and analysis of feature and terrain information in support of advanced weapons systems and military and intelligence operations. Mr. Riccio was a charter member of NIMA and soon after its standup joined the Geospatial Information Integrated Product Team, where he led the Geospatial Prototype Facility Analytic Group through 1998. This multi- disciplined team sought input and participation from across industry on the availability of commercial technologies to support the NIMA analytical mission, made recommendations on the viability of said technologies and implemented cutting edge solutions to meet NIMA's most challenging analytical missions. Mr. Riccio earned a Master of Arts degree in National Security from the United States Naval War College in 2001, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Geography / Remote Sensing from Central Connecticut State University in 1990.

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Born in Washington, DC Ensign Lieutenant (junior grade) Lieutenant Lieutenant Commander Commander Captain Designated Rear Admiral (lower half) while serving in billets commensurate with that grade, 01 MAY 2008 Rear Admiral (lower half), Service continuous to date

JUN 1959 MAY 1982 MAY 1984 JUN 1986 SEP 1990 MAY 1996 JUL 2002 JUL 2007

ASSIGNMENTS AND DUTIES Naval Nuclear Power School, Naval Training Center, Orlando, FL (DUINS) Nuclear Power Training Unit, Ballston Spa, NY (DUINS) Surface Warfare Officers School Command Detachment Coronado, San Diego, CA (DUINS) USS TEXAS (CGN 39) (Chemistry and Radiological Controls Assistant) Surface Warfare Officers School Command, Newport, RI (DUINS) AEGIS Training Center, Dahlgren, VA (DUINS) USS BUNKER HILL (CG 52) (Combat Systems Officer) USS ENTERPRISE (CVN 65) (Reactor Mechanical Assistant) Bureau of Naval Personnel (Surface Nuclear Assignment Officer) (Pers 41) XO, USS CHOSIN (CG 65) Naval War College, Newport, RI (Student) Joint Staff (Operations Officer) (J38) CO, USS MILIUS (DDG 69) Office of the CNO (Executive Assistant to Director, Surface Warfare Division) (N86) USS GEORGE WASHINGTON (CVN 73) (Reactor Officer)

FROM MAY 1982 JAN 1983 JUL 1983 DEC 1983 OCT 1986 MAY 1987 JUL 1987 JUL 1990 SEP 1992 APR 1994 FEB 1996 JUN 1997 APR 1999 MAY 2001 OCT 2002

TO JAN 1983 JUL 1983 DEC 1983 OCT 1986 MAY 1987 JUL 1987 JUL 1990 SEP 1992 APR 1994 FEB 1996 MAY 1997 APR 1999 MAY 2001 OCT 2002 DEC 2004

TRANSCRIPT OF NAVAL SERVICE FOR REAR ADMIRAL (LOWER HALF) THOMAS SUMNER ROWDEN U.S. NAVY ASSIGNMENTS AND DUTIES (CONT'D) Commander, Destroyer Squadron SIX ZERO CO, Surface Warfare Officers School Command, Newport, RI Commander, Navy Region Korea/Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Korea/Commander, Naval Component, U.S. Forces Korea, United Nations Command, Korea FROM DEC 2004 AUG 2006 SEP 2007 TO AUG 2006 SEP 2007 TO DATE

MEDALS AND AWARDS Defense Meritorious Service Medal Meritorious Service Medal with two Gold Stars Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal with two Gold Stars Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal Joint Meritorious Unit Award Meritorious Unit Commendation National Defense Service Medal with one Bronze Star Global War on Terrorism Service Medal Sea Service Deployment Ribbon with one Silver Star

SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS BS (Oceanography) U.S. Naval Academy, 1982 MA (National Security and Strategic Studies) Naval War College, 1997 Designated Surface Warfare Officer, 1983 Designated Joint Specialty Officer, 2000

SUMMARY OF JOINT DUTY ASSIGNMENTS Assignment Joint Staff (Operations Officer) (J38) Commander, Navy Region Korea/Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Korea/Commander, Naval Component, U.S. Forces Korea, United Nations Command, Korea Dates JUN 97 ­ APR 99 Rank CDR

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