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1 BIOGRAPHICAL DATA BOOK Class Sep - 21 Oct 2016 National Defense University

2 NDU PRESIDENT

3 Major General Frederick M. Padilla, USMC President 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 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. Major General Frederick M. Padilla, USMC (Photo by NDU AV) 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 graduate of the Marine Corps Amphibious Warfare School, Air Command and Staff College, Armed Forces Staff College and Naval War College. He has a B.A. in Geography and an M.A. in National Security and Strategic Studies. His personal decorations include the Legion of Merit (with Combat V and two gold stars), Defense Meritorious Service Medal (with oak leaf), the Meritorious Service Medal, the Joint Service Commendation Medal, the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (with gold star), the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (with gold star), and the Combat Action Ribbon (with gold star).

4 SENIOR FELLOWS

5 CONUS and Week 5 KEVIN P. CHILTON GENERAL UNITED STATES AIR FORCE (RETIRED) Former Commander U.S. Strategic Command Kevin Chilton is employed as a Senior Fellow for the National Defense University in support of the Pinnacle, Capstone, and Keystone programs. General Chilton completed a 34 ½ year Air Force career as the Commander of the U. S. Strategic Command from 2007 to 2011, where he was responsible for the plans and operations for all U. S. forces conducting strategic deterrence and the Department of Defense s space and cyberspace operations. Prior to this assignment, General Chilton commanded at the wing, numbered air force, major command, and unified combatant command levels including serving as the Commander of Air Force Space Command from 2006 to He flew operational assignments in the R-4C and F-15 and, as an Air Force Test Pilot, conducted weapons testing in various models of the F-4 and F-15. He also served 11 years as a NASA astronaut, where he flew as the Commander of STS-76, his third Space Shuttle mission, and served as the Deputy Program Manager for Operations for the International Space Station Program. General Chilton is a distinguished graduate of the U. S. Air Force Academy, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering Services, a Columbia University Guggenheim Fellow with a Master of Sciences degree in Mechanical Engineering, and a distinguished graduate of the U. S. Air Force pilot training and test pilot schools. He also was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Creighton University. General Chilton currently serves as an independent consultant and as a director for Anadarko Petroleum, Level 3 Communications, Orbital Sciences, HDT and Schafer corporations. He is a trustee for Aerospace Corporation and the Air Force Academy Falcon Foundation and a director for the Air Force Academy Association of Graduates.

6 OCONUS - SWA HENRY G. CHILES, JR. ADMIRAL UNITED STATES NAVY (RETIRED) Former Commander U.S. Strategic Command Hank Chiles is employed as a Senior Fellow for the National Defense University in support of the Pinnacle, Capstone, and Keystone programs. Admiral Chiles graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in the Class of 1960, with a Bachelor of Science degree. Following commissioning, he served aboard USS BORIE (DD 704)., In September 1961 he began submarine training, followed by nuclear training. He then served aboard USS TRITON (SSN 586), then USS TECUMSEH (SSBN 628) (BLUE), followed by a tour as Material Officer on the staff of Commander, Submarine Squadron FIFTEEN, Guam. Following an assignment as the Executive Officer on USS DRUM (SSN 677), he studied at Oxford University as a CNO Scholar in politics, philosophy, and economics, receiving a Master of Arts degree. This was followed by a tour aboard USS Gurnard (SSN 662), then an assignment to the U.S. Department of Energy, where he conducted fleet liaison and directed the Prospective Commanding Officer's Course. In subsequent assignments, he served as Commander, Submarine Squadron THREE, then Commander, Naval Training Center, San Diego. In 1988, Admiral Chiles reported to Naples, Italy as Commander, Submarine Group EIGHT (CTF 64, 66 and 69) and Commander Submarines Mediterranean. In 1990, he assumed duties as Commander Submarine Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet and also Commander, Submarines Allied Command Atlantic, a NATO post. In 1993, he became Deputy Commander in Chief and Chief of Staff, U.S. Strategic Command. In 1994, he assumed the position of Commander in Chief, U.S. Strategic Command, the post he held until his retirement on 1 March Chiles has chaired a Congressional Commission and Defense Science Board study on Nuclear Weapon Expertise and held the Chair of Leadership at the Naval Academy from 1999 to He currently serves on boards at Sandia National Laboratories and the Applied Physics Laboratory of Johns Hopkins University, the Board of Directors of CEPEDA Corporation, consults with Systems, Planning and Analysis Inc. and chairs the U. S. Strategic Command Next Generation SSBN Study

7 OCONUS - Pacific DOUGLAS FRASER GENERAL UNITED STATES AIR FORCE (RETIRED) Former Commander U.S. Southern Command General Douglas Fraser retired from the U.S. Air Force in January 2013 after a 37 year career. Since retiring, General Fraser works as Senior Fellow for the National Defense University in support of the Pinnacle, Capstone, and Keystone programs He also works as a global security consultant with several U.S. defense companies. In addition, he participates in security policy discussions with retired Chinese defense officials through a Yale University sponsored U.S.-China Track II Dialogue forum. His last assignment in the U.S. armed forces was as the Commander, U.S. Southern Command, responsible for U.S. military operations in Central and South America and the Caribbean. In this capacity, General Fraser was responsible for leading Department of Defense relief efforts following the 2010 Haiti earthquake. Prior to commanding U.S. Southern Command, he served as the Deputy Commander, U.S. Pacific Command from General Fraser commanded operational flying units across the U.S. Air Force at the squadron, group, and wing levels. As a general officer, in addition to US Southern Command, he commanded the US Air Force Space Warfare Center and four different organizations in Alaska -- Alaskan Command, the Alaskan North American Defense Region, Joint Task Force Alaska, and Eleventh Air Force. General Fraser s staff assignments include two tours in the Pentagon, first in the Headquarters US Air Force and then for the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Strategy, Resources and Requirements and for the Air Force Chief of Staff. He also served as the Executive Assistant to the Commander, U.S. Pacific Command in Hawaii. He holds a bachelors degree in Political Science from the US Air Force Academy and a masters degree in Political Science from Auburn University. Prior to joining the Air Force, he lived in Bogota, Colombia, graduating from high school at Colegio Nueva Granada in He is also a graduate of the USAF Weapons School, Squadron Officer School, Air Command and Staff College, and the National War College. He is a command pilot with more than 3,300 flying hours, primarily in all variants of the F-15 and the F-16. Business Affiliations: Consultant -- The Boeing Company s Phantom Works Advisory Board Member: SAAB Defense and Security; Iridium Communications; Northrup Grumman Electronic Systems; Beechcraft Defense Company; and Baptist Health of South Florida Other Affiliations: Trustee, USAF Academy Falcon Foundation National Association of Corporate Directors Orange Bowl Committee, Honorary Member Air Force Association, Life Member National War College Alumni Association, Life Member

8 OCONUS - Africa GREGORY S. MARTIN GENERAL UNITED STATES AIR FORCE (RETIRED) Former Commander Air Force Materiel Command Gregory Speedy Martin is employed as a Senior Fellow for the National Defense University in support of the Pinnacle, Capstone, and Keystone programs. General Gregory S. Martin retired form the United States Air Force on 1 September 2005 after thirty-five years of active commissioned service. His final duty was as the Commander of the Air Force Materiel Command where he commanded nearly 80,000 personnel who are charged with the responsibility for the Air Force Science and Technology, Acquisition Support, Test and Evaluation and Weapons Systems Sustainment and Logistics missions. During his tenure in this duty, General Martin initiated the most significant organizational and process transformation in the history of the Air Force Materiel Command. Centered around the Lean Engineering Model, AFMC achieved unprecedented on time maintenance and logistics performance improvements while at the same time reducing costs to the operational commands by 20%. In his previous assignment, he was the Commander of the United States Air Forces Europe, Air Component Commander US European Command and the Commander for NATO s Allied Air Forces North. In those capacities, he commanded the United States, Alliance and Coalition Air Forces during Operations Northern Watch (Northern Iraq No-Fly Zone) Joint Forge, Joint Guardian (Bosnia and Kosovo), and Atlas Response (Mozambique Flood Relief). Additionally, he commanded the joint and allied air forces in the European theater of operations as they conducted long range combat employment missions, humanitarian relief, special operations sustainment, and the largest post-ww II combat airdrops as a part of Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom. A career fighter pilot with more than 4600 flying hours, mostly in the F-4 and the F-15, General Martin flew as a combat ready pilot, flight leader, instructor pilot, operations officer and squadron commander in various assignments throughout the world to include a combat tour in Southeast Asia where he flew 161 combat missions. He also commanded three fighter wings: The 479thTactical Training Wing and the 33rd and 1st Fighter Wings. General Martin also had a rich variety of staff assignments which included operations and training, programming and budgeting, joint operations and force planning, joint and Air Force operational requirements and Air Force Acquisition. His senior level positions included being the Vice Director, and acting Director, of the Joint Staff s J- 8 Directorate, Director of Air Force Operational Requirements and Principal Deputy to the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition. Since retiring, General Martin has performed Senior Mentor duties with the Joint Forces Command. He has served on two Defense Science Board Studies, has been selected as the Chairman of the National Academies Air Force Studies Board, Board of Directors and the MITRE Air Force Advisory Board. He is also a consultant to many defense sector firms (see page 2).

9 Gen Martin (cont) Professional History Highlights Former Commander United States Air Force Materiel Command; Former Commander United States Air Forces Europe; Former Commander NATO s Allied Air Forces North; Chairman, National Academies, Air Force Studies Board, Board of Directors; Chairman, MITRE Air Force Board of Advisors; Senior Mentor, Joint Forces Command; Consultant for several defense and aerospace sector firms Education B.S. Geography, U.S. Air Force Academy; M.A., Business Management, Central Michigan University; National War College, Fort Lesley J McNair; Seminar XXI Massachusetts Institute, Of Technology; Advanced Management Program, Duke University CERTIFICATION OF DIRECTORSHIPS, EMPLOYMENT AND CLIENTS The following is a complete list of directorships, employment and consulting clients: I. DIRECTORSHIP AND EMPLOYMENT Name of Company: Responsibilities/Duties Alenia NA: Board of Directors Jun 10-Present ATAC, LLC: Board of Advisors Nov 07-Present CDO Technologies: Strategic Advisory Board Feb 06-Present CSC: Transformation Advisory Board Apr 07-Present MITRE,: Chairman, AF Advisory Board May 07-Present OADS, LLC: Board of Advisors Sept 07-Present UNISYS: Defense Advisory Board Oct 09-Present PRO BONO ACE-EXCEL (501c.3): Vice Chair, Board of Trustees Aug 05-Present Falcon Foundation (501.c.3): Chairman, Board of Trustees Oct 09-Present Air Force Studies Board, National Academies: Chairman, AFSB BoD NDU NWC Alumni Association: Vice Chairman, BoT May 09-Present II. CLIENTS Name of Company: Services/Duties Burdeshaw Associates: Consultant Jan 07-Present Capitol Aerospace Group: Consultant Feb 10-Present Council for Logistics Research: Panel and Committee Facilitator Jan 07-Present Cyberspace Operations Consulting, LLC: Consultant and Facilitator May 10-Present Durango Group Inc., LLC: Consultant Mar 06-Present EADS NA: Consultant May 06-Present Four Star Group: Consultant, Associate May 07-Present GE Aviation, Military Engines: Consultant Jul 06 Present Northrop-Grumman Aerospace Systems: Consultant Nov 05--Present Northrop-Grumman Technical Systems: Consultant Oct 10-Present RWB (Aerospace) Consultants: Consultant May 06-Present University of Tennessee: Adjunct Professor Aug 07-Present University of Virginia, Darden School of Business: Course Facilitator Aug 09-Present JFCOM HQE: Mentor Combatant Command Battle Staffs NDU Senior Fellow: Facilitate Joint Senior Level Education Programs

10 CAPSTONE Staff Biographies

11 Gerard Gerry M. Mauer, Jr. Senior Director Capstone, Keystone, Pinnacle Rear Admiral Mauer retired from the Navy in March 2008 after over 31 years of service, which included extensive experience in fleet operations, resource management, technical innovation, Joint Professional Military Education (JPME), interagency coordination, and leading organizational change in NATO and joint commands. From 2008 to 2011, RADM Mauer was a Group Vice President for Sabre Systems Inc. He was responsible for developing then implementing the corporate strategic plan and managing the Southeast Region s profit and loss operations, its contracts, corporate business development, human resources programs, and Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) level III attainment. After leaving Sabre Systems, RADM Mauer had positions as an Associate with Burdeshaw Associates, as a Senior Analyst for Wikistrat, as a Board member and Board Tresurer for the Navy Safe Harbor Foundation, and as a representative and the national Co-Chair for the US Global Leadership Coalition s Veterans for Smart Power. Admiral Mauer s last position in the Navy was from 2006 to 2008, when he served as the Commandant, Industrial College of the Armed Forces (ICAF). He was responsible for executing the congressionally mandated and accredited master s degree senior Professional Military Education curriculum. As a university leader, he directly supported the direction of the National Defense University and was a key member in the development of the University s strategic plan. From 2003 to 2006, he served as the NATO Allied Command Transformation s Director, Joint Experimentation, Exercises, and Assessment, where he developed and implemented NATO s largest Concept Development and Experimentation program. The scope included creating NATO s transformation strategic vision and aligning the vision with its concepts and requirements. As a result of his initiatives, NATO rapidly implemented new processes, policies, and systems in support of its forces in Afghanistan and Iraq as well new capabilities to support its political and military infrastructure in NATO headquarters. From 2001 to 2003, he was the Deputy, Directorate for Information Operations (J39/DDIO), Joint Staff Director of Operations (J-3) where he was responsible for direct coordination with the Office of the Secretary of Defense staff, Combatant Commands, and interagency organizations in their global information operations. In this capacity, his responsibilities also included supervision and operational coordination of the Joint Staff s Special Technical Operations information system and its programs. Admiral Mauer was a Naval Aviator who commanded Helicopter Antisubmarine Squadrons SEVEN (HS-7) and TEN (HS-10) in addition to assignment as the Commanding Officer of USS NASSAU (LHA 4). He has vast experience at sea with deployments to the Atlantic Ocean, Mediterranean Sea, and Arabian Gulf. Ashore assignments included: Naval Postgraduate School student, Assistant Program Manager for the Naval Air Systems Command SH-60F/H helicopter program (PMA 266), and Training Officer and Instructor Pilot in Helicopter Antisubmarine Squadron ONE (HS-1). 1

12 Bonnie Swanson Deputy Director Capstone / Keystone / Pinnacle Bonnie Swanson is a native of Ellington, CT and a graduate of Ellington High School. After her freshman year at the University of Connecticut, she enlisted in the USMCR. Upon completing recruit training at Parris Island, SC, Bonnie returned to UCONN to continue her studies and reserve service with 6 th Motor Transport Battalion, Providence, RI. In 1988 she graduated from UCONN with a Liberal Arts degree (Sociological and Educational Behavior Development) and accepted her commission in the USMC. After completion of The Basic School in 1989 and her assignment as a Military Police Officer, Bonnie reported to MCAS Cherry Point, NC for duty as a Platoon Commander and Services Officer. In 1992, Bonnie was assigned as the Operations Officer for Recruiting Station, Baltimore, MD. Serving as an OpsO for 3 years, Bonnie was selected as the 4 th Marine Corps District Contact Team Officer, Harrisburg, PA. Leading a team of three Master Gunnery Sergeants, the Contact Team trained over 350 recruiters and command group members within a 7 state area. In 1997 Bonnie received orders to MCB, Camp Lejeune, NC as the Operations Officer, Provost Marshal s Office. She simultaneously served as the Commanding Officer, Military Police Company (330+ Marines) during this tour. In May of 2000 after 11 years of service, Bonnie resigned her commission to accompany her husband, CWO4 Bret Swanson, USMC on his orders to Washington, DC. Bret retired from the military in 2002 and now serves as the Assistant Sergeant at Arms for Operations, US Senate. In January of 2001, Bonnie was hired by the National Defense University as the Executive Officer of Capstone. Over the years her position has evolved into the Deputy Director of Pinnacle (3 star course), Capstone, and Keystone (Command Senior Enlisted course). Bonnie has numerous military decorations and has attended many military schools, including the Basic Law Enforcement Academy at Lackland AFB, TX and the Advanced Military Police Academy at Fort McClellan, AL. She is still a record holder at UCONN for many soccer goalkeeping statistics, including the most shutouts in a career (41.5). In 2005 Bonnie completed a Masters Degree in Organizational Management from the University of Phoenix. In 2008, she and Bret built their retirement home in Capon Bridge, WV where you can find them EVERY weekend.

13 Colonel DONNIE L. THOMAS Deputy Director International Planning Capstone Colonel Thomas graduated from Campbell University in Buies Creek, North Carolina as a Distinguished Military Graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration. Subsequently he received a Regular Army Commission as a Second Lieutenant in the Military Police Corps. He holds a Masters Degree in Public Administration from Troy State University, and a Masters of Strategic Studies from the United States Army War College. Additionally, he attended the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia. His military education includes the Military Police Basic and Advanced Courses, and the Army Command and General Staff College. Colonel Thomas military assignments include a wide variety of command and staff positions. He began his career as a Platoon Leader in the 523rd Military Police Company, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland. He was then assigned to the 142 nd Military Police Company, Yongsan, Korea, as a Platoon Leader. Upon completion of the Military Police Officer Advanced Course, Colonel Thomas was assigned to Fort Bragg, North Carolina in the 16 th Military Police Brigade (Airborne) as the Brigade Operations Officer, followed by company command of the 21 st Military Police Company (Airborne). Subsequently, he received an assignment as the Battalion Operations Officer of the 503 rd Military Police Battalion (Airborne). After completing his tour at Fort Bragg, Colonel Thomas assumed the positions of Chief, Training Branch, Aide-De-Camp to the Commanding General and Secretary of the General Staff for the Criminal Investigation Command, Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Subsequently, he received an assignment as the Group S3, 701 st Military Police Group (CID). Following his attendance at the United States Army Command and General Staff College, he assumed positions of Battalion S3 and Executive Officer, 728 th Military Police Battalion, Daegu, Korea. Following his tour in South Korea Colonel Thomas assumed the position of Chief of Military Police Operations, 3 rd Army Provost Marshal Office Fort McPherson, Georgia. After serving in 3 rd Army, Colonel Thomas returned to South Korea where he commanded the 94 th Military Police Battalion, Yongsan Korea. After battalion command, Colonel Thomas deployed ISO Operation Iraqi Freedom where he was assigned as the Deputy Brigade Commander, 8 th Military Police Brigade, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii. After Iraq Colonel Thomas commanded the Joint Detention Group, JTF GTMO, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. After a tour as the Deputy Director of the Joint Security Office and Provost Marshal for United States Central Command, he started with Capstone in Colonel Thomas awards and decorations include the Defense Superior Service Medal, Bronze Star Medal with two oak leaf clusters, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal with five oak leaf clusters, Army Commendation Medal with three oak leaf clusters, Army Achievement Medal with two oak leaf clusters, National Defense Service Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal, Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Medal, Korean National Defense Medal, Iraqi Campaign Medal the Master Parachutist Badge, Air Assault Badge, and the British Parachutist Badge. Colonel Thomas is married and has four children.

14 Lt Col George Nunez, USMC Upon graduating from The Citadel in 1995, George Nunez received a commission in the United States Marine Corps and then completed the Basic Officer and Infantry Officer courses. Within the operating forces, he served with: 3d Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment; 2d Battalion, 2d Marine Regiment; Headquarters Battalion, 2d Marine Division; Marine Corps Security Force Company Guantanamo Bay; 3d Reconnaissance Battalion; Combat Assault Battalion; 1st Battalion, 3d Marine Regiment; 3d Battalion, 3d Marine Regiment; and Headquarters Battalion, 3d Marine Division. His supporting establishment assignments include Infantry Training Battalion, School of Infantry and Headquarters, United States Marine Corps, where he served in the Strategy and Plans Division before his reassignment to the National Defense University s Capstone Program. George has been conferred a BA in history and Spanish from The Citadel, an MA in management from National University, and an MS in international relations, specializing in national security affairs, from Troy University. He is currently enrolled in Missouri State University s Department of Defense and Strategic Studies and is progressing toward an MS specializing in countering weapons of mass destruction. He is a Fellow of the Center for International Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Fellow of the Center for the Study of Weapons of Mass Destruction, National Defense University. During his military assignments, George attained the following additional designations: Foreign Area Officer, specializing in Latin America, Foreign Security Force Advisor, Fire Support Coordinator, Joint Terminal Attack Controller, and Special Technical Operations Planner. He has participated in exercises and operations in the Western Hemisphere, Europe, Africa, and in West, South, and East Asia.

15 Lieutenant Colonel Bradley Stebbins, USAF Lieutenant Colonel Bradley Stebbins is a Deputy Director for CAPSTONE, National Defense University, Fort McNair, Washington, D.C. The CAPSTONE program prepares general and flag officers to effectively operate in joint and interagency settings. After commissioning through the United States Air Force Academy, Brad completed several operational tours overseas in United States Pacific Command, United States European Command, and United States Central Command, in addition to a staff assignment with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. In 2007 he deployed to the United States Air Forces Central Command Combined Air Operations Center in support of Operations IRAQI FREEDOM and ENDURING FREEDOM. Brad later served two rotations in the Air Coordination Element of the Headquarters, International Security Assistance Force, Kabul, Afghanistan. As part of an Air Force political advisor fellowship in 2012, he was posted to United States Embassy Phnom Penh where he worked as a political officer with the Department of State. In his most recent operational tour as a squadron commander, Lieutenant Colonel Stebbins led Airmen dispersed at seven locations around the globe in executing multiple Department of Defense-unique missions. Lieutenant Colonel Stebbins holds a Master of Arts from the University of Oklahoma, a Master of Science from the Air Command and Staff College, and a Master of Philosophy from the School of Advanced Air & Space Studies. He most recently earned a Master of Science in National Security Strategy from the National War College in Washington, D.C. Lieutenant Colonel Stebbins graduated from the Joint Forces Staff College in 2011 and later certified as a Joint Qualified Officer upon completing his first joint duty assignment. He has also earned Air Force designations as a Political-Military Affairs Strategist and a tier-one space professional. (Current as of June 2016)

16 Alena Ho CAPSTONE/KEYSTONE/PINNACLE Alena is the Office Manager for the CAPSTONE, KEYSTONE, and PINNACLE courses at the National Defense University. In this capacity, she provides daily administrative office support, performs office research, manages student administrative duties, manages all office schedules, and many other functions. Alena graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelor degree in International Affairs. While there, she participated in a summer study abroad in Tokyo, Japan at Nihon University. Additionally, Alena was awarded the David L. Boren Scholarship to study abroad for a year in Istanbul, Turkey at Koç University. She also spent a summer in Cape Town, South Africa volunteering for Konek Ottery Community Center and as a TA for a fourth grade class at Grassy Park E.C. Primary School. Following graduation from FSU, Alena worked in Belgium as a legal researcher, later returning to the United States to work for the National Language Service Corps as a Member and Mission Support Liaison. Her education and experiences have uniquely prepared her to plan and navigate the dynamic logistical details associated with CAPSTONE travels, within both the US and internationally. Of Alena s many passions, she most enjoys travelling and learning new languages. In her free time she enjoys yoga, making and viewing art, and practicing her ukulele.

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18 BRIGADIER N R M BORTON DSO MBE HEAD OPERATIONS (MILITARY) MINISTRY OF DEFENCE Brig Nick Borton was educated at Canford School and Stirling University, where he read History and English Literature. He was commissioned into The Royal Highland Fusiliers in 1991 and served with the Battalion in UK, Belize, Germany in the Armoured Infantry role, Bosnia and Northern Ireland. He then served as Directing Staff at the Platoon Commander s Division and the Jungle Warfare School in Brunei, where he ran the Long Range Patrol Course. In 2000 Brig Borton completed an MA in Defence Management and Technology at the RMCS, followed by the Advanced Command and Staff Course at the JSCSC. After Staff College, he was appointed Military Assistant 2 to the Chief of the General Staff. He then returned to his Battalion to command a rifle company, serving with them in Cyprus, Jordan, Iraq, UK and Belize. In 2006 he went on promotion to HQ MND SE in Iraq as Chief of Staff Div Forward HQ. After a period as DS at the ACSC, he returned to Edinburgh to command The Royal Highland Fusiliers, 2nd Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland. Brig Borton deployed to Afghanistan with his Battalion on Op HERRICK 8 in 2008 as part of 16 Air Assault Bde, where he commanded Battlegroup NorthWest in Musa Qal eh. He was awarded the DSO for this tour. He completed his Colonel s appointment in Plans in Army HQ. He then commanded 16 Air Assault Bde from in the contingency role. He is currently Head Operations (Military) in the Ops Directorate in MoD. He is married to Amanda, and they have two daughters.

19 COMMODORE LUC CASSIVI, OMM, CD Commodore Luc Cassivi was born and raised in the Gaspé Peninsula, Québec. His experience in the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets led his to join the Canadian Armed Forces in He received an undergraduate degree in Computer Science with a specialization in Operations Research in 1988 from the College Militaire Royal de St- Jean. Upon graduation, he underwent naval training and performed various duties ashore and at sea in both the surface and submarine fleets. He also served on exchange with the Royal Australian Navy in Her Majesty s Australian Submarine (HMAS) Onslow and as an instructor at the Submarine Warfare and Systems Centre in Sydney Australia. After his tour as Executive Officer of HMCS Corner Brook (ex-her Majesty s Submarine Ursula), Commodore Cassivi challenged the Royal Netherlands Navy s Submarine Command Course in He was the first Canadian to graduate from this course. Commodore Cassivi enjoyed command appointments in HMCS Victoria, HMCS Corner Brook and HMCS Windsor before assuming the duties of Commander Submarine Division and Officer in Charge of the Submarine Sea Training Group. He also had the pleasure of commanding HMCS Ville de Quebec before proceeding to the United States Naval War College, Naval Command College in Newport, Rhode Island as part of the class of On return to Canada, he served as Deputy Commander Canadian Fleet Pacific, Director Canadian Submarine Force, Chief of Staff Plans and Operations for Maritime Forces Pacific and Joint Task Force Pacific, and Commanding Officer Canadian Forces Base Esquimalt. On promotion to Commodore, he was appointed Director General Naval Strategic Readiness at National Defence Headquarters in August Commodore Cassivi received a Master in Business Administration in November 2008 from the Edinburgh Business School, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland.

20 IAIN KING CBE Defence Counsellor, Policy & Nuclear British Embassy, Washington DC Iain King took up his post as Counsellor Defence Policy & Nuclear (SCS1 SES 1) in the British Embassy in Washington, DC, in July He is responsible for Defence Policy, Strategy, and Nuclear issues within the British Defence Staff United States. On behalf of the UK s Ministry of Defence, Iain leads policy engagement on regional strategy (including Europe, Middle East, and the Asia-Pacific), operational policy, and force management with American stakeholders. As DPN Counsellor, Iain also leads work on UK-US nuclear co-operation, strategic deterrence, ballistic missile defence, and CBRNE threat reduction. Iain also manages the reputation of UK Defence in the United States, and oversees Congressional, think tank, and media engagement on matters of defence. Following seven years work on the Northern Ireland Peace Process in the 1990s, where he was one of the first people to engage with republican and loyalist groups after their respective ceasefires, Iain worked for the EU and UN in Kosovo. There, he oversaw the transfer of authority from international to elected officials, and mapped out the first direct talks between Pristina and Belgrade. He was subsequently Director of Programmes at the UK s overseas democracy promotion agency, the Westminster Foundation for Democracy; led stabilisation efforts in several forward operating bases in Afghanistan, where he was deployed to more frontline bases in Helmand Province than any other civilian; ran the planning team at Britain s cross-government Stabilisation Unit; and coordinated international stabilisation work in Benghazi during the 2011 war. Shorter stints have taken him to Iraq, Syria and several countries in Africa. Most recently, he directed the UK s research portfolio on conflict and development, based at the UK s Department for International Development (DFID). In 2013, he became one of the youngest people to be made a Commander of the British Empire (CBE) for his work supporting governance in Libya, Afghanistan and Kosovo. Iain was educated at KLB Comprehensive School in Gloucestershire, and read Politics, Philosophy and Economics at Pembroke College, Oxford University ( ). In 2004 he became a Research Fellow at Wolfson College, Cambridge University, where his studies led to two non-fiction books: an acclaimed chronicle and analysis of the Kosovo intervention, and a jargon-free introduction to philosophy. He has since co-written a book on Helmand, and two novels rooted in military history. In 2015, he was appointed a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts (FRSA). Iain is married to Victoria, a US diplomat, with two children Myles (10) and Verity (6) whose penchant for worrisome experiments takes up much of his spare time.

21 Department Of Defence SENIOR LEADERSHIP CAREER BRIEF Christian or Given Names: Surname: CV Updated (date): James Peter McCormack 7/12/2015 Rank / Band: Honours and Awards: Post Nominals: Commodore Nil Nil Date Of Birth: Service / AGS Number: PMKEYS ID Date of Commencement in Service: 1964 C /3/1983 Present Position: Director General Support to Military Operations ASD Present Location Canberra Academic Record: Bachelor of Arts Graduate Certificate in Public Policy Graduate Diploma in Applied Science (Technology Management) Master of Business Administration Courses (Non-academic) Personal Biographical Details A progressive manager with drive, integrity, a proven record of results and a demonstrated ability for lateral and innovative thinking. Actively involved in resource management and utilisation, and the assessment and optimisation of performance within government agencies. Exceptional personnel and budget management skills. Wide-ranging professional experience in a number of Australian agencies dealing with policy, analysis, collection, oversight and management. Extensive experience dealing with Ministers and senior executive level management in: foreign, federal, state and local governments; industry and professional associations; and the commercial sector. Proven track record of achievement in a number of difficult assignments. EMPLOYMENT RECORD (LAST 10 YEARS) Date Rank / Designation Job Title / Division/Branch / Department Sep 15 Present Jan 14 Sep 15 Nov 12 - Dec 13 Aug 09 - Nov 12 Nov 08 - Aug 09 Oct 07 - Nov 08 Sep 05 - Oct 07 Dec 04 - Sep 05 CDRE CAPT SES-2 FAS SES-2 FAS SES-1 AS SES-1 AS SES-1 AS EL-2 Director General Support to Military Operations Australian Signals Directorate Chief of Staff to Chief of Navy Head, Australian Military Liaison Office, Afghanistan Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade First Assistant Director General, Counter Terrorism, Security and Asia Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade CAPT - Navy Leadership Development Program Assistant Director General, South East Asia and Transnational Issues Branch Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade CMDR/CAPT - Director Navy Professional Studies Program, Office of DG RES-N Director Australian High Tech Crime Centre Australian Federal Police CMDR - Director Navy Professional Studies Program, Office of DG RES-N General Manager, Broadband Development Department of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts CMDR - MHQ Naval Intelligence and Seaman Officer (active Reservist dating back as far as Jan 93) Counsellor, Australian High Commission, Kuala Lumpur Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade DIRECTORATE OF SENIOR OFFICER MANAGEMENT

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23 U N I T E D S T A T E S A I R F O R C E BRIGADIER GENERAL CHRISTOPHER P. AZZANO Brig. Gen. Christopher P. Azzano is Commander, 96th Test Wing, Air Force Materiel Command, Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. He leads more than 9,800 military, civilian, and contractor personnel in accomplishing the Test Wing's missions of developmental testing and evaluation of conventional munitions, command and control systems, aircraft avionics and guidance systems, and radar cross section measurement. He is also responsible for providing all base operating support, infrastructure, and services support for the Department of Defense's largest installation (724 square miles). He commands eight groups and 32 squadrons. The Test Wing operates 38 modified test aircraft; manages 120,000 square miles of over-water test ranges, plus facilities in six different states. The 96 TW also supports seven tenant wings and wing equivalent units to include the 33rd Fighter Wing (F-35 Joint Strike Fighter), the Army's 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne), Joint Explosive Ordnance Disposal Training Center, and 37 other associate units including the Army's 6th Ranger Training Battalion and the Air Force's 20th Space Control Squadron. As commander, he interacts with local officials across a 3-county, 11- city region with a military economic impact of $2.7 billion annually. General Azzano has flown more than 2,700 hours in 35 aircraft types as an instructor pilot, evaluator pilot, and experimental test pilot. He has conducted developmental tests on a wide range of aircraft and weapons, and previously commanded an operations group and flight test squadron. Prior to joining the 96th Test Wing, General Azzano commanded the 72nd Air Base Wing, Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma, where he was responsible for a workforce of 26,000 and direct support to the Air Force Sustainment Center, the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex, and 42 other associate units. General Azzano is a graduate of the Air Force Intern Program and the Air War College. He holds Master's degrees in Aerospace Engineering and Strategic Studies. He was previously assigned as an Air Force Legislative Fellow, advising a member of the United States Congress on defense issues and international affairs.

24 EDUCATION 1987 Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Ind Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, Calif Certificate in Organizational Management, George Washington Univ, Washington, D.C Squadron Officer School, Maxwell AFB, Ala USAF Test Pilot School, Edwards AFB, Calif Air Force Legislative Fellowship, Washington, D.C Certificate in Legislative Studies, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C Master of Strategic Studies, Air War College, Maxwell AFB, Ala Center for Creative Leadership, Greensboro, N.C Enterprise Leadership Seminar, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C. ASSIGNMENTS 1. February April 1992, student, Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training, Sheppard AFB, Texas 2. May March 1993, Flight Safety Officer, Sheppard AFB, Texas 3. April June 1993, student, Lead-in Fighter Training, Holloman AFB, N.M. 4. July February 1994, student, F-15E Replacement Training Unit, Luke AFB, Ariz. 5. March July 1996, F-15E Pilot, 336th Fighter Squadron, Seymour Johnson AFB, N.C. 6. August November 1997, Air Force Intern, the Pentagon, Washington, D.C. 7. December June 1999, F-15E Instructor Pilot, Wing Executive Officer, 391st Fighter Squadron, 366th Air Expeditionary Wing, Mountain Home AFB, Idaho 8. July June 2000, student, USAF Test Pilot School, Edwards AFB, Calif. 9. July April 2003, F-15 Experimental Test Pilot, F-15 Chief Pilot, F-15 Flight Commander, 40th Flight Test Squadron, Eglin AFB, Fla. 10. May August 2005, Assistant Operations Officer, Operations Officer, Data Masked 11. September December 2006, Air Force Legislative Fellow, Washington, D.C. 12. January June 2008, Chief, Advanced Weapons & Sensors Division, Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition, Special Programs Directorate, the Pentagon, Washington, D.C. 13. June July 2010, Commander, Flight Test Squadron, Data Masked 14. July June 2011, student, Air War College, Maxwell AFB, Ala. 15. June June 2013, Commander, 412th Operations Group, Edwards AFB, Calif. 16. June Commander, 72nd Air Base Wing, Tinker AFB, Okla. 17. June present, Commander, 96th Test Wing, Eglin AFB, Fla. FLIGHT INFORMATION Rating: Command Pilot Flight Hours: More than 2,700 Aircraft Flown: 35 different types, including the F-15E, F-15C, F-16, and C-12 MAJOR AWARDS AND DECORATIONS 2015 Air Force Materiel Command Jerome F. O'Malley Award (Wg/CC & Spouse Team) 2001 USAF Lt Gen Bobby Bond Memorial Aviator Award 2001 Air Armament Center NDIA Military Tester of the Year 2001 Air Armament Center Daedalian Exceptional Pilot Award Liethen-Tittle Award, USAF Test Pilot School, Class 99B

25 Orville Wright Achievement Award, Order of the Daedalians, 1992 Legion of Merit with one oak leaf cluster Meritorious Service Medal with four oak leaf clusters Air Medal with one oak leaf cluster Aerial Achievement Medal with four oak leaf clusters Air Force Commendation Medal with one oak leaf cluster EFFECTIVE DATES OF PROMOTION Second Lieutenant February 13, 1991 First Lieutenant February 13, 1993 Captain February 13, 1995 Major February 1, 2002 Lieutenant Colonel March 1, 2006 Colonel September 1, 2010 Brigadier General September 2, 2015 (Current as of September 2015)

26 U N I T E D S T A T E S A I R F O R C E BRIGADIER GENERAL TONY D. BAUERNFEIND Brig Gen Tony D. Bauernfeind is currently serving as the Commanding General, Special Operations Command Korea. He also serves as Commander of United Nations Command Special Operations Component, Commander, US Special Operations Joint Task Force and Deputy Commander, Combined Unconventional Warfare Task Force. Serving on the Korean peninsula, Brig Gen Bauernfeind works daily with his Republic of Korea and United Nations Sending State partners to enhance combined and multinational Special Operations capability, interoperability and networks. Combined SOF are an enabling component to maintaining the Armistice and strengthening the US- ROK Alliance and are ready to deter and defeat all threats to the Korean peninsula and ensure regional stability. Gen. Bauernfeind earned his commission from the U.S. Air Force Academy in Earning his wings in 1992, he has flown more than 3,500 hours in the MC-130E, MC-130H and MQ-9 aircraft. Gen. Bauernfeind has commanded special operations forces in both garrison and combat

27 at the squadron, group and wing levels. EDUCATION 1991 Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, US Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colo Squadron Officer School, Maxwell AFB, Ala Masters of Business Administration, Auburn University, Ala Air Command and Staff College, Masters of Military Operational Art and Science, Maxwell AFB, Ala Master of Airpower Art and Science, School of Advanced Air and Space Studies, Maxwell AFB, Ala Air War College, by correspondence 2009 Military Fellow, RAND Corporation (Senior Developmental Education), Santa Monica, Calif Joint Forces Staff College, Norfolk, Va Center for Creative Leadership, Greensboro, N.C Combined Forces Special Operation Component Commander Course, MacDill AFB, Fla ASSIGNMENTS July 1991 August 1992, Undergraduate Pilot Training, Columbus AFB, Miss. September 1992 July 1993, C-130 and MC-130E Combat Talon Initial Mission Qualification, Little Rock AFB, AR and Hurlburt Field, Fla. July 1993 January 1997, MC-130E Aircraft Commander and MC-130H Instructor Pilot, 1st Special Operations Squadron, Kadena AB, Japan January 1997 January 1998, MC-130H Instructor Pilot, 550th Special Operations Squadron, Kirtland AFB, N.M. January August 1998, Student F-15 Pilot, 2nd Fighter Squadron, Tyndall AFB, Fla. August 1998 September 2001, MC-130H Instructor Pilot, Stan/Eval Pilot and Assistant Director of Operations, 15th Special Operations Squadron and Wing Executive Officer, 16th Special Operations Wing, Hurlburt Field, Fla. September 2001 June 2003, Chief, SOF/CSAR Branch, Global Mobility/Special Ops Capability Requirements Division, Directorate of Operational Capability Requirements, Deputy Chief of Staff for Air and Space Operations, Headquarters United States Air Force, Pentagon, Washington, D.C. July 2003 July 2004, Student, Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell AFB, Ala. July 2004 June 2005, Student, School of Advanced Air and Space Studies, Maxwell AFB, Ala. June October 2005, Chief Special Warfare Division, HQ United States Air Force Doctrine Center, Maxwell AFB, Ala. November 2005 January 2006, MC-130H Requalification Training, Kirtland AFB, N.M. January 2006 May 2008, Operations Officer & Commander, 15th Special Operations Squadron, Hurlburt Field, Fla. June 2008 June 2009, Military Fellow, RAND Corporation, Santa Monica, Calif. June 2009 June 2011, Director of Staff and Special Assistant to the Director, DARPA, Arlington, Va. June 2011 June 2013, Commander, 1st Special Operations Group, Hurlburt Field, Fla. July 2013 Feb 2015, Commander, 27th Special Operations Wing, Cannon AFB, N.M. May 2015 April 2016, Deputy Commanding General Operations, NATO Special Operations Component Command/Special Operations Joint Task Force-Afghanistan, Kabul, Afghanistan

28 April 2016 present, Commanding General, Special Operations Command Korea/United Nations Command Special Operations Component and Deputy Commander, Combined Unconventional Warfare Task Force, Camp Kim, Seoul, South Korea. SUMMARY OF JOINT ASSIGNMENTS August December 2006, Commander, Combined Joint Special Operations Air Detachment, Afghanistan as a lieutenant colonel May September 2007, Deputy Commander, Combined Joint Special Operations Air Component, Iraq/Afghanistan, as a lieutenant colonel June 2009 June 2011, Director of Staff and Special Assistant to the Director, DARPA, Arlington, VA as a colonel May 2012 January 2013, Commander, Combined Joint Special Operations Air Component, Afghanistan as a colonel May 2015 April 2016, Deputy Commanding General Operations, NATO Special Operations Component Command/Special Operations Joint Task Force, Kabul, Afghanistan as a brigadier general April 2016 present, Commanding General, Special Operations Command Korea/United Nations Command Special Operations Component and Deputy Commander, Combined Unconventional Warfare Task Force, Camp Kim, Seoul, South Korea as a brigadier general FLIGHT INFORMATION Rating: Command Pilot Flight Hours: More than 3,500 Aircraft Flown: MC-130H, MC-130E, MC-130J, C-130E, AC-130H/U, CV-22, U-28, C-146, PC-12, UH-1N, MQ-9 MAJOR AWARDS AND DECORATIONS Defense Superior Service Medal Legion of Merit with oak leaf cluster Bronze Star with two oak leaf clusters Defense Meritorious Service Medal Meritorious Service Medal with three oak leaf clusters Air Medal with oak leaf cluster Aerial Achievement Medal with oak leaf cluster EFFECTIVE DATES OF PROMOTION Second Lieutenant May 29, 1991 First Lieutenant May 29, 1993 Captain May 29, 1995 Major March 1, 2002 Lieutenant Colonel March 1, 2006 Colonel October 1, 2009 Brigadier General August 2, 2015 (Current as of May 2016)

29 United States Army Brigadier General FRANCIS M. BEAUDETTE Assistant Commander - Support Joint Special Operations Command United States Special Operations Command PO Box Malvesti Street Fort Bragg, North Carolina Since: July 2015 SOURCE OF COMMISSIONED SERVICE ROTC EDUCATIONAL DEGREES The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina BA French United States Army Command and General Staff College MMAS General Studies United States Army War College MSS Strategic Studies MILITARY SCHOOLS ATTENDED Military Intelligence Officer Basic Course Infantry Officer Advanced Course United States Army Command and General Staff College United States Army War College FOREIGN LANGUAGE(S) French PROMOTIONS DATE OF APPOINTMENT 2LT 13 May 89 1LT 31 Oct 91 CPT 1 May 94 MAJ 1 Jun 00 LTC 1 Aug 05 COL 1 Dec 09 BG 2 Jul 15 FROM TO ASSIGNMENT Jul 15 Present Assistant Commander, Support, Joint Special Operations Command, United States Army Special Operations Command, Fort Bragg, North Carolina and OPERATION UPRISE GIANT, Iraq Jul 14 Feb 15 Deputy Commanding General (Operations), 1st Armored Division, Fort Bliss, Texas and OPERATION INHERENT RESOLVE, Jordan Jun 13 Jul 14 Executive Officer to the Commander, United States Special Operations Command, MacDill Air Force Base, Florida Aug 12 Jun 13 Student, United States Army War College, Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania Jun 10 Jun 12 Commander, 1st Special Forces Group (Airborne), Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington and OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM, Philippines Jul 08 Jun 10 Assistant Chief of Staff, G3, later Chief of Staff, United States Army Special Forces Command (Airborne), Fort Bragg, North Carolina Jun 06 Jul 08 Commander, 1st Battalion, 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne), Germany and OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM, Afghanistan Aug 04 Jun 06 Deputy Branch Chief, Special Operations Directorate, J-3, Joint Staff, Washington, DC Jun 03 Jun 04 Operations Officer, 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne), Germany and OPERATION IRAQI

30 FREEDOM, Iraq Aug 02 Jun 03 Executive Officer, 2d Battalion, 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne), Fort Carson, Colorado and OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM, Iraq Jun 01 Aug 02 Commander, A Company, 2d Battalion, 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne), Fort Carson, Colorado and OPERATION JOINT GUARDIAN, Kosovo Jul 00 Jun 01 Student, Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas Jan 00 Jun 00 Aide-de-Camp to the Deputy Commander of Kosovo Forces, Headquarters, Kosovo Forces, OPERATION JOINT GUARDIAN, Kosovo Jun 99 Jan 00 Aide-de-Camp to the Commanding General, United States Army Special Warfare Center and School, Fort Bragg, North Carolina Jun 98 Jun 99 Commander, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 3d Special Forces Group (Airborne), Fort Bragg, North Jul 97 Jun 98 Assistant Operations Officer, 3d Special Forces Group (Airborne), Fort Bragg, North Carolina Aug 95 Jul 97 Commander, Operational Detachment Alpha (ODA) 336 and 334, 1st Battalion, 3d Special Forces Group (Airborne), Fort Bragg, North Carolina and OPERATIONS NOBLE OBELISK, Sierra Leone and FIRM RESPONSE, Congo Aug 94 Feb 95 Student, Infantry Officer Advanced Course, Fort Benning, Georgia May 93 Aug 94 Tactical Intelligence Officer, later Battalion Intelligence Officer, 1st Battalion, 509th Parachute Infantry Regiment, Fort Polk, Louisiana Oct 92 May 93 Intelligence Officer, 3d Battalion, 47th Infantry Regiment, Fort Lewis, Washington Mar 92 Oct 92 Intelligence Officer, 593d Area Support Group, Fort Lewis, Washington Mar 91 Mar 92 Platoon Leader, D Company, 4th Battalion, 70th Armor Regiment, 2d Brigade, 1st Armored Division, Germany and OPERATION DESERT STORM, Saudi Arabia May 90 Mar 91 Tactical Intelligence Officer, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 4th Battalion, 70th Armor Regiment, 2d Brigade, 1st Armored Division, United States Army Europe, Germany and OPERATIONS DESERT SHIELD/DESERT STORM, Saudi Arabia Nov 89 May 90 Student, Intelligence Officer Basic Course, Fort Huachuca, Arizona SUMMARY OF JOINT ASSIGNMENTS DATE GRADE Executive Officer to the Commander, United States Special Jun 13 - Jul 14 Colonel Operations Command, MacDill Air Force Base, Florida Deputy Branch Chief, Special Operations Directorate, J-3, Joint Staff, Washington, DC Aug 04 - Jun 06 Major/Lieutenant Colonel SUMMARY OF OPERATIONAL ASSIGNMENTS DATE GRADE Assistant Commander, Support, Joint Special Operations Command, Jan 16 - Feb 16 Brigadier General OPERATION UPRISE GIANT, Iraq Deputy Commanding General (Operations), 1st Armored Aug 14 - Feb 15 Colonel Division/Director, CENTCOM Forward-Jordan, OPERATION INHERENT RESOLVE, Jordan Commander, Joint Special Operations Task Force-Philippines, Jun 11 - May 12 Colonel OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM, Philippines Battalion Commander, 1st Battalion, 10th Special Forces Group Sep 07 - Feb 08 Lieutenant Colonel (Airborne), OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM, Afghanistan Operations Officer, Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force - Jan 04 - Jun 04 Major Arabian Peninsula, 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne), OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM, Iraq Executive Officer, 2d Battalion, 10th Special Forces Group Mar 03 - May 03 Major (Airborne), OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM, Iraq Commander, A Company, 2d Battalion, 10th Special Forces Group Mar 02 - Aug 02 Major (Airborne), OPERATION JOINT GUARDIAN, Kosovo Aide-de-Camp to the Deputy Commander of Kosovo Forces, Headquarters, Kosovo Forces, OPERATION JOINT GUARDIAN, Jan 00 - Jun 00 Captain/Major

31 Kosovo Commander, Operational Detachment Alpha (ODA) 334, C Company, 1st Battalion, 3d Special Forces Group (Airborne), OPERATIONS NOBLE OBELISK, Sierra Leone and FIRM RESPONSE, Congo Tactical Intelligence Officer, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, later Armor Platoon Leader, D Company, 4th Battalion, 70th Armor Regiment, 1st Armored Division, OPERATIONS DESERT SHIELD/STORM, Saudi Arabia US DECORATIONS AND BADGES Defense Superior Service Medal (with 1 Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster) Legion of Merit (with 3 Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters) Bronze Star Medal (with 3 Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters) Defense Meritorious Service Medal (with 1 Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster) Meritorious Service Medal (with 2 Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters) Army Commendation Medal (with 4 Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters) Army Achievement Medal (with 3 Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters) Combat Infantryman Badge Master Parachutist Badge Military Free Fall Parachutist Badge Ranger Tab Special Forces Tab Joint Chiefs of Staff Identification Badge Mar 97 - Jun 97 Dec 90 - May 91 Captain Second Lieutenant

32 REAR ADMIRAL GENE BLACK DEPUTY COMMANDER, US NAVAL FORCES CENTRAL COMMAND RDML Black is a native of Tinton Falls, New Jersey. A 1986 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, he holds a Bachelor of Science in Political Science and a Master of Science in Management from the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California. At sea, he commanded USS Leyte Gulf (CG 55) from January 2010 until November While in command, Leyte Gulf served as the Enterprise Carrier Strike Group (CSG) air defense commander and deployed to the Arabian Gulf and North Arabian Sea in support of Operations Enduring Freedom and New Dawn. Black commanded USS Mason (DDG 87) from May 2004 until January 2006 and deployed to the Arabian Gulf with the Harry S. Truman CSG. Black s other sea duty assignments include executive officer in USS Ramage (DDG 61), weapons officer and combat systems officer in USS Normandy (CG 60), fire control officer in USS Leyte Gulf (CG 55), Combat Information Center officer and Damage Control assistant in USS Gallery (FFG 26), and the staff of the Commander, South Atlantic Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet (USCOMSOLANT). Black s shore duty assignments include Director, Surface Warfare Distribution Division (PERS-41) Navy Personnel Command; special assistant to Commander, Naval Surface Forces, Atlantic; Future Ships and DDG 1000 branch head in the Surface Warfare Directorate (N86) on the staff of the Chief of Naval Operations; and Afghanistan/Pakistan Politico-Military Policy branch head on the Joint Staff, Strategic Plans and Policy, (J5) in Washington, D.C. Other assignments include commander detailer at the Navy Personnel Command in Millington, Tennessee, and Surface Warfare Officer School (SWOS) department head instructor in Newport, Rhode Island. He reported to his current assignment as deputy commander, U.S. Naval Forces Central Command in June His awards include the Legion of Merit, the Joint Meritorious Service Medal, the Meritorious Service Medal, the Navy-Marine Corps Commendation Medal, the Navy-Marine Corps Achievement Medal and various unit and service awards.

33 Brigadier General Paul Bontrager Acting Senior commander 10 th Mountain Division, Fort Drum Brigadier General Paul Bontrager enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1982, serving his enlisted tour in the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), Fort Campbell, Kentucky. He subsequently attended Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, Tennessee. In 1988 he received a Bachelor s of Science degree in Political Science and commissioned as an Aviation Officer. He holds two Master s of Science Degrees, one in Education and one in Joint Campaign Planning and Strategy. Brigadier General Bontrager is a graduate of the Command and General Staff College and the Joint Advanced Warfighting School. Brigadier General Bontrager s key command assignments include B/4-501st Aviation Regiment (Attack) at Camp Page, Korea; C/1-17 th Cavalry Regiment, 82 nd Airborne Division at Fort Bragg, North Carolina; 7-17 th Cavalry Regiment at Fort Campbell, Kentucky; Flight Concepts Division at Fort Eustis, Virginia; the 101 st Combat Aviation Brigade at Fort Campbell, Kentucky; and Train Advise Assist Command-South at Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan. Major deployment history includes Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm; Operation Joint Forge; Operation Enduring Freedom; Operation Iraqi Freedom; Operation New Dawn; and Operation Resolute Support. Brigadier General Bontrager is a Master Army Aviator, holding pilot ratings in several military and civilian aircraft. His awards and decorations are typical for a soldier of his rank and experience. Brigadier General Bontrager married his wife, Kelly, in They have two children together, Zachary and Katie.

34 Brigadier General Gary M. Brito Commanding General Joint Readiness Training Center and Fort Polk, Louisiana Brigadier General Gary Brito, a native of Hyannis, Massachusetts was commissioned an Infantry officer through Penn State University and entered active duty in March He previously served as the Deputy Commanding General Operations for the 25 th Infantry Division. His previous assignments include Director, Force 2025 and Beyond, US Army Capabilities and Integration Center (ARCIC), Training and Doctrine and Command and Operations Officer (G3) for III Corps, Fort Hood, Texas. In that capacity, he deployed and served as the Deputy Director, Afghanistan National Security Forces (ANSF) Development, ISAF Joint Command in Kabul, Afghanistan. Throughout his career, he has served in a variety of command and staff assignments to include Commander, 120th Infantry Brigade, First Army; Commander, 1st Battalion, 15th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division, Operations officer (S3), 2nd Battalion, 8th Infantry Regiment and later as the Brigade operations officer (S3), 2nd Brigade, 4th Infantry Division. Additionally, he served as an aide-de-camp to the III Corps Commanding General, Fort Hood, Texas; Chief, Commander's Planning Group (CPG) and interim Executive Officer to Commanding General, Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC). Brigadier General Brito has twice served at the National Training Center, Fort Irwin, California; first, as a Company/Team and Battle-Staff Observer/Controller and later as a Senior Battalion and Brigade Combat Team Trainer. He has deployed to both Iraq and Afghanistan. He is a graduate of the Infantry Officer Basic and Advanced courses, Airborne and Ranger schools, Combined Arms Staff Services School, Command General and Staff Officers Course and completed senior service college at the Joint Advanced Warfighting Course, Norfolk, Virginia. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Community Studies from Penn State University, a Master s degree in Human Resource Management from Troy State University and a second Master s degree in Joint Strategy and Campaign Planning from the Joint Advanced Warfighting School (JAWS). Brigadier General is married to the former Michelle Harper of Washington DC. They have two sons, Matthew and Patrick. Brigadier General Brito assumed command of the Joint Readiness Training Center and Fort Polk on May 4, 2016.

35 Brigadier General JOSE R. BURGOS (USAR) Deputy Commanding General (TPU) 99th Regional Support Command Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey since February 2016 SOURCE OF COMMISSIONED SERVICE ROTC CURRENT OCCUPATION Command Executive Officer, 1st Mission Support Command, Fort Buchanan, Puerto Rico EDUCATIONAL DEGREES University of Sacred Heart - BS - Science University of Saint Moritz - MBA - Business Administration MILITARY SCHOOLS ATTENDED Transportation Officer Basic and Advanced Courses Combined Arms and Services Staff School United States Army Command and General Staff College Inter-American Defense College Advanced Joint Professional Military Education FOREIGN LANGUAGE(S) Spanish PROMOTIONS COMPONENT DATE OF APPOINTMENT 2LT USAR 01 Jun 84 1LT USAR 22 May 87 CPT USAR 22 May 91 MAJ USAR 20 May 98 LTC USAR 01 Dec 04 COL USAR 25 Sep 09 BG USAR 11 Dec 13 USAR - Not on Active Duty FROM TO ASSIGNMENT Feb 16 Present Deputy Commanding General, 99th Regional Support Command, Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey Oct 13 Feb 16 Commander, 1st Mission Support Command, Fort Buchanan, Puerto Rico Active Guard/Reserve May 12 Oct 13 Chief, Reserve Affairs Office, United States Army Transportation School, Fort Lee, Virginia (Aug-Oct 13, non-rated) Jan 10 May 12 Commander, 1189th Transportation Brigade, Deployment Support Command, Charleston, South Carolina Apr 08 Jan 10 Deputy Chief of Staff, Support Operations, 311th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary), Los Angeles, California Apr 07 Apr 08 Deputy Commander, 1185th Transportation Terminal Brigade, 3/4/2016 -PAGE 1-

36 BG JOSE R. BURGOS (USAR) Lancaster, Pennsylvania Jun 06 Apr 07 Acting Brigade Commander, 1185th Transportation Terminal Brigade, Lancaster, Pennsylvania Jun 05 Jun 06 Deputy Commander, 1185th Transportation Terminal Brigade, Lancaster, Pennsylvania Feb 05 Jun 05 Plans and Operations Officer, Regional Defense Support to Civilian Authorities (Region VIII), 5th United States Army, Fort Sam Houston, Texas May 02 Jan 05 Logistics Readiness Officer, 5th United States Army, Fort Sam Houston, Texas Jan 02 May 02 Student, Logistics Executive Development Course, United States Army Logistics Management Center, Fort Lee, Virginia Feb 00 Jan 02 Executive Officer, 332d Transportation Battalion, Tampa, Florida Jun 97 Feb 00 Assistant S3, 32d Transportation Group, Tampa, Florida Jul 94 Jun 97 Motor/Rail Transportation Officer, 346th Transportation Battalion, Ceiba, Puerto Rico USAR - Not on Active Duty Jul 93 Jul 94 Adjutant, 346th Transportation Battalion, Ceiba, Puerto Rico May 90 Jul 93 Commander, 268th Transportation Company, Bayamon, Puerto Rico (Oct 91-Jul 93, non-rated) Jun 84 May 90 Platoon Leader, 268th Transportation Company, 346th Transportation Battalion, Bayamon, Puerto Rico SUMMARY OF JOINT ASSIGNMENTS DATE GRADE NONE SUMMARY OF OPERATIONAL ASSIGNMENTS DATE GRADE Deputy Commander, 1185th Transportation Terminal Jun 05- Jun 06 Lieutenant Colonel Brigade, Lancaster, Pennsylvania with duty at Iraq US DECORATIONS AND BADGES Legion of Merit (with 2 Oak Leaf Cluster) Bronze Star Medal Meritorious Service Medal (with 6 Oak Leaf Clusters) Army Commendation Medal (with 4 Oak Leaf Clusters) Joint Service Achievement Medal Army Achievement Medal (with 4 Oak Leaf Clusters) 3/4/2016 -PAGE 2-

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39 Brigadier General Brian P. Cummings Program Executive Officer Program Executive Office Soldier Brigadier General Brian P. Cummings graduated from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia, in 1986 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant (Infantry) in the United States Army. He earned a Master of Science degree in Science and Technology Commercialization from the University of Texas in 1998 and a Master of Science Degree from the Industrial College of the Armed Forces in Brigadier General Cummings has served in a variety of command and staff positions to include the 1 st Infantry Division and 101 st Airborne Division. In the 1 st Infantry Division he served as Rifle Platoon Leader, Scout Platoon Leader, and Company Executive Officer. In the 101 st Airborne Division he commanded twice as an Infantry Company Commander. In 1994, he joined the Acquisition Corps, serving as Executive Officer to the Deputy Chief of Staff for Combat Developments from January 1996 to January 1998 and as Assistant TRADOC System Manager for Soldier from January 1999 to June Program assignments included tours as Assistant Product Manager for the Land Warrior Program at PEO Soldier from June 2001 to June 2003; Associate Director for Early Test Bed Engineering at the Missile Defense Agency from June 2003 to February 2005; and Product Manager Ground Soldier System from May 2005 to August He deployed to Iraq as Chief of Staff for the Deputy Commanding General (Advising and Training) from June 2010 to June From June 2011 to February 2014, he served as Project Manager, Mobile Electric Power and as Deputy PEO Combat Support/Combat Service Support from February 2014 to September Brigadier General Cummings service education includes the Infantry Officer Basic and Advanced Courses, U.S Army Airborne School, U.S. Army Air Assault School, U.S. Army Ranger School, and Command and Staff College. His Acquisition education includes the Program Managers Course from the Defense Acquisition University, and Training with Industry with Raytheon Systems Corporation. Brigadier General Cummings personal awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit (2 awards), the Bronze Star Medal (3 awards), Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal (4 awards), Army Commendation Medal (5 awards), Army Achievement Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Southwest Asia Service Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, NATO Medal, Saudi Arabia-Kuwait Liberation Medal, and Kuwait Liberation Medal. Other awards include the Expert and Combat Infantryman s Badge, Parachutist Badge, Air Assault Badge, U.S. Army Ranger Tab, and Office of the Secretary of Defense Badge.

40 Major General Arlan M. DeBlieck Commanding General, 81st Regional Support Command Major General Arlan M. DeBlieck enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) in 1979, and in March 1985, commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the USMC. From November 1985 to October 1988, he served with the 3d Force Service Support Group (FSSG), III Marine Amphibious Force, Okinawa, Japan. During his tenure with the 3d FSSG, he served as Platoon Commander, Aide-de-Camp, Company Executive Officer, Assistant S3, and Company Commander with the 9 th Motor Transport Battalion. In November of 1988, MG DeBlieck transitioned to The Basic School, Marine Corps Combat Develop Center, Quantico, VA., where he served as the S4 Maintenance Management Officer. In January 1990, MG DeBlieck attended the Army Transportation Officer Advanced Course, Ft. Eustis, VA. In June 1990, he transitioned to his final active duty assignment with the U.S. Marine Corps when he was assigned as the Inspector-Instructor for Transport Company, 6 th Motor Transport Battalion, 4 th Force Service Support Group (FSSG) in Providence, R.I. In April 1993, MG DeBleck transferred to the Marine Corps Reserve, and in June 1993 was assigned as the Maintenance Management Officer for the G/S Maintenance Company, 4 th Maintenance Battalion, 4 th FSSG. In March 2000, MG DeBlieck transferred to the U.S. Army Reserve where he was initially assigned to the 19 th Theater Army Area Command as the Support Operations Electronic Missile Maintenance Officer, and eventually, the Special Troops Battalion S3. In January 2003, he deployed with the 3 rd Corps Support Command (COSCOM), where he served as the Support Operations Transportation Branch Chief during Operation Iraqi Freedom. In March of 2004, he returned to a reserve status where he served as the Highway Regulations Officer, 3 rd COSCOM (CONUS AUG), Des Moines, IA. In August 2005, MG DeBlieck assumed command of the 450 th Movement Control Battalion (MCB), Manhattan, KS; and, in November 2006, deployed as the Commander for the Joint Movement Control Battalion (JMCB) in support of Operation Enduring Freedom at Bagram Airbase, Afghanistan. In February 2008, MG DeBlieck and the 450 th MCB returned from Afghanistan where he relinquished command and was assigned as the 89 th Regional Readiness Command (RRC) G3. In October of 2008, he assumed command of the 561 st Regional Support Group (RSG). The 561 st RSG formed into TF Twister and MG DeBlieck deployed in September 2009 as the Victory Base Complex Garrison Commander, Baghdad, Iraq, in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Following the return of TF Twister to CONUS in July 2010, MG DeBlieck relinquished command of the 561 st and was assigned as the Deputy Commanding Officer, 103 rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command (ESC), Des Moines, IA. In April 2012, he was assigned as the Commanding Officer of the 103 rd ESC, and on July 20, 2012, and was promoted to Brigadier General and assigned as the Commanding General of the 103 rd ESC. On August 20, 2014, he was assigned as the Deputy Commanding General, 21 st Theater Sustainment Command and Commanding General for the 7 th Mission Support Command (MSC), Kaiserslautern, Germany. On August 7, 2016, MG DeBlieck assumed command of the 81 st Regional Support Command and was promoted to Major General. MG DeBlieck s awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit with one oak leaf cluster, Bronze Star Medal with one oak leaf cluster, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Navy Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal, Navy Achievement Medal, Army Reserve Component Achievement Medal with two oak leaf clusters, Selected Marine Corps Reserve Medal, National Defense Service Medal with bronze star, Afghanistan Campaign Medal with one campaign star, Iraqi Campaign Medal with one campaign star, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Korean Defense Service Medal, Armed Forces Reserve Medal with M device, Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon with a numeral 3, Army Reserve Overseas Training Ribbon with a numeral 5, Sea Service Deployment Ribbon with two bronze stars, NATO Medal, Navy Unit Commendation, Meritorious Unit Commendation, and Combat Action Badge. MG DeBlieck retired in 2012 from the United States Department of Agriculture. MG DeBlieck is married to the former C. Michelle Samuels and they have four sons.

41 RDML David M. Dermanelian U.S. Coast Guard Rear Admiral David Dermanelian, USCG, is assigned to United States Cyber Command as the Director of Training and Exercises (J7). He was previously assigned as the Commander of the Coast Guard s Command, Control, Communications, Computers & Information Technology Service Center (C4ITSC). From he lead a team of 2,300 members that provided C4IT products and services for the entire Coast Guard. He initiated Project Torchlight to transform from an asset based organization to a service delivery provider. Prior to this RDML Dermanelian served as the Chief, Office of Cyber Security and Telecommunications Policy (CG-65) where he was designated the Coast Guard s Chief Information Security Officer and Telecommunications Program Manager. He developed Coast Guard policy, formal strategies, and budgets for the Coast Guard s information security, spectrum management and telecommunications programs. He was the Designated Approving Authority for classified systems and new acquisitions including Nationwide Automatic Identification Systems and C4ISR systems on the National Security Cutter and Fast Response Cutter, and HC-144A Ocean Sentry aircraft. His duties included representing the United States as Head of Delegation to the International Maritime Organization s Subcommittee on Radio Communications and Search and Rescue which oversaw international policies involving the implementation of life saving appliances and the Global Maritime Distress Safety System. His Coast Guard career includes eight additional unique assignments including: Chief Engineer at the Command & Control Engineering Center, Portsmouth, VA; Commanding Officer, Communications Area Master Station Pacific, Point Reyes, CA; Seventh District, Chief C4IT Officer, Miami, FL; Commanding Officer, Communications Station Kodiak, AK; Associate Professor US Coast Guard Academy, New London, CT; Project Engineer at the Research and Development Center, Groton, CT; Shipboard Electronics Project Officer, Headquarters, Washington DC; Deck Watch Officer, USCG Cutter DAUNTLESS, Miami Beach, FL. He also sailed the Coast Guard Cutter EAGLE to Australia in A native of Michigan, RDML Dermanelian graduated from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and from The George Washington University with a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering His personal awards include the Legion of Merit, four Meritorious Service Medals, two Coast Guard Commendation Medals and the Coast Guard Achievement Medal.

42 Brig. Gen. Trent H. Edwards is the Director of Financial Management and Comptroller, Headquarters Air Force Space Command, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado. As the Command s Chief Financial Officer, General Edwards is responsible for a $10B Operations and Maintenance and Investment budget that provides agile, integrated and resilient space and cyberspace capabilities for the joint force and the nation. His 120-person team provides resource planning, programming and budget execution; develops the Program Objective Memorandum; provides Financial Services, Accounting and Audit Services, and Financial Plan development for over 35,000 space and cyberspace personnel. He is also responsible for overseeing the planning, programming and budget execution for the Command's Special Access Program and security activities. General Edwards entered the Air Force in 1990 after graduating from North Carolina A&T State University. He has commanded two comptroller squadrons, a mission support group, an air base wing and a training wing. He served in key Air Force and Secretary of Defense staff positions such as Aide de Camp to the Commander Air Education and Training Command and Senior Military Assistant to the Under Secretary of Defense Comptroller. He has extensive congressional experience and was assigned to the Secretary of the Air Force Office of Legislative Liaison, as the Chief of Congressional Affairs and served as a National Defense Fellow to a member of Congress. He is a joint qualified officer. General Edwards has experience in combat and counterinsurgency operations, including deployments to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba as the Chief of Staff for the Office of the Administrative Review of Enemy Combatants; Balad, Iraq as the CJ8 for the Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force and Kabul, Afghanistan as the CJ8, NATO Training Mission/Combined Security Transition Command - Afghanistan. EDUCATION 1989 Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, North Carolina A&T State University 1994 Squadron Officer School, Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala Financial Management Staff Officer's Course, Sheppard AFB, Texas 1996 Master's degree in Human Relations, University of Oklahoma 2002 Air Command and Staff College, by seminar 2002 Certificate of Legislative Studies, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C National Defense Fellow, Washington, D.C Air War College, by correspondence 2008 Master's Degree in National Security Studies, Air War College, Maxwell AFB, Ala Program for Senior Executives in National Security, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.

43 2010 Leadership Development Program, Center for Creative Leadership, Greensboro, N.C Air Force Forces Senior Officer Course, Air Force Expeditionary Warfare Center, Joint Base McGuireDix- Lakehurst, N.J Enterprise Leadership Seminar, Darden School of Business, University of Virginia, Charlottesville 2014 Allan L. Freed Associates Capitol Hill Workshop ASSIGNMENTS July June 1993, Deputy Accounting/Finance Officer, 401st Comptroller Squadron, Aviano, Italy June July 1994, Chief Financial Services, 8th Comptroller Squadron, Kunsan AB, South Korea July July 1995, Deputy Commander, Regional Accounting/Finance Office, Osan AB, South Korea July August 1996, 7th Air Force Budget Officer, 51st Fighter Wing, Osan AB, South Korea August August 1998, Chief, Financial Analysis, 18th Comptroller Squadron, Kadena AB, Japan. August October 1998, Chief, Budget Integration Branch, Comptroller Directorate, Headquarters Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas October July 2000, Aide to Commander, Headquarters AETC, Randolph AFB, Texas July October 2001, Chief, Congressional Affairs, Legislative Liaison, Office of the Secretary of the Air Force, the Pentagon, Washington D.C. October October 2002, Legislative Fellow to Congressman J.C. Watts Jr., Washington, D.C. October January 2003, Subject Matter Expert to the Financial Management Transformation Office, Financial Management/Comptroller, Office of the Secretary of the Air Force, the Pentagon, Washington, D.C. February June 2005, Commander, 92d Comptroller Squadron, Fairchild AFB, Wash. July June 2007, Commander, 88th Comptroller Squadron, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio July May 2008, Student, Air War College, Maxwell AFB, Ala. June May 2009, Senior Military Assistant, Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller), Washington, D.C. May May 2010, Director, Programs and Comptroller, CJ8, NATO Training Mission and Combined Security Transition Command, Kabul, Afghanistan. August June 2012, Commander, 28th Mission Support Group, Ellsworth AFB, S.D. June May 2014, Commander, 42nd Air Base Wing, Maxwell AFB, Ala. June May 2016, Commander, 37th Training Wing, Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas June Present, Director, Financial Management and Comptroller, Headquarters Air Force Space Command, Peterson AFB, Colo. SUMMARY OF JOINT ASSIGNMENTS 1. May August 2004, Chief of Staff, Office of the Administrative Review of Enemy Combatants, Office of the Secretary of Defense as a lieutenant colonel 2 February July 2006, CJ8 Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force, Combined Forces Special Operations Component Command as a lieutenant colonel May May 2009, Senior Military Assistant, Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) as a colonel May May 2010, Director Programs and Comptroller, CJ8, NATO Training Mission/Combined Security Transition Command-Afghanistan as a colonel MAJOR AWARDS AND DECORATIONS Defense Superior Service Medal Legion of Merit with oak leaf cluster Bronze Star Medal with oak leaf cluster Meritorious Service Medal with five oak leaf clusters Joint Service Commendation Medal Air Force Commendation Medal with oak leaf cluster Air Force Achievement Medal Air Force Outstanding Unit Award with four oak leaf clusters Air Force Organizational Excellence Award with oak leaf cluster National Defense Service Medal with bronze star Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal Global War on Terrorism Service Medal Armed Forces Services Medal NATO Medal OTHER ACHIEVEMENTS 2003 Air Mobility Command Financial Analysis Office of the Year 2004 Air Mobility Command Comptroller of the Year 2004 Air Force Comptroller of the Year

44 2005 American Society of Military Comptrollers Meritorious Performance Award (Comptroller) 2007 Air Force Materiel Command Comptroller of the Year 2010 American Society of Military Comptrollers Distinguished Performance Award (Comptroller) 2010 Office of Secretary of Defense Comptroller Outstanding Innovation in a Combat Zone 2013 Air Education and Training Command General and Mrs. Jerome F. O'Malley Award PUBLICATIONS Legislative and Administrative Constraints--Breaking Down the Barriers to Effectiveness and Efficiency, The Air Force Comptroller Magazine, April 2003 EFFECTIVE DATES OF PROMOTION Second Lieutenant Dec. 30, 1989 First Lieutenant Dec. 30, 1991 Captain Dec. 30, 1993 Major March 1, 2001 Lieutenant Colonel April 1, 2004 Colonel Oct. 1, 2008 Brigadier General May 22, 2015 (Current as of June 2016)

45 U N I T E D S T A T E S A I R F O R C E BRIGADIER GENERAL JAMES O. EIFERT Brigadier General James O. Eifert is the Assistant Adjutant General - Air, Florida National Guard, and also serves as the Commander, Florida Air National Guard. General Eifert is responsible for mission readiness, operations and coordination of the ten Florida Air National Guard (FLANG) units at seven geographically separated sites. His scope of responsibility includes $550 million in facilities and equipment, $750 million in aircraft, $120 million in operating budgets, and command of 2000 personnel. General Eifert received his commission from the United States Air Force Academy in June Following undergraduate pilot training, he flew operational fighter tours in the F-4 and F-15 before joining the Hawaii Air National Guard in After graduating from the prestigious United States Air Force Fighter Weapons School in December 1992, General Eifert led the first-ever Air National Guard F-15 combat mission policing the Northern Iraq no-fly zone during Operation Provide Comfort. In 1995 he joined the 125th Fighter Wing as the first F-15 Chief, Weapons and Tactics. As the Operations Officer, General Eifert executed the Wing's inaugural F-15 deployment to a combat zone during Operation Northern Watch in 1998 followed by the first Air Expeditionary Force rainbow deployment during Operation Southern Watch in As Wing Commander, 125th Fighter Wing, he guided the 1,100 member organization during the continuing Operation Noble Eagle and Overseas Contingency Operations missions while simultaneously serving as the Air Dominance Weapons Systems Council Chairman working F-15/F-22 issues and concerns nationwide. General Eifert currently is the National Strategic Planning System Force Structure Committee Chairman responsible for advising the Deputy Director of the Air National Guard on roles and missions. He also routinely performs Deputy Combined Force Air Component Commander duty for the Commander Continental North American Aerospace Defense Command Region overseeing the conduct of full spectrum air and space operations over the continental U.S., Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. EDUCATION 1982 Bachelor of Science, Management, United States Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colo Squadron Officer School, Maxwell AFB, Ala Air Command and Staff College, by correspondence 2002 Air War College, by correspondence 2013 Dual Status Commanders Course, North American Aerospace Defense Command/Northern Command (NORAD/NORTHCOM), Peterson AFB, Colorado Springs, Colo.

46 2014 Joint Air and Space Operations Senior Staff Course, Hurlburt Field, Fla Air Force Smart Operations 21, University of Tennessee, Knoxville 2014 Senior Executives in National and International Security, John F. Kennedy School, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass General and Flag Officer Homeland Security Executive Seminar, John F. Kennedy School, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. ASSIGNMENTS 1. June July 1983, Student, Undergraduate Pilot Training, 82nd Student Squadron, Williams AFB, Ariz. 2. July November 1983, Student, AT-38B Lead-In Training, 479th Tactical Training Wing, Holloman AFB, N.M. 3. November June 1984, United States Air Force Operational Training Course, 308th Tactical Fighter Training Squadron, Homestead AFB, Fla. 4. June December 1984, Aircraft Commander, F-4E, 337th Tactical Fighter Squadron, Seymour Johnson AFB, N.C. 5. December August 1986, Emergency Actions Controller, 4th Tactical Fighter Wing, Seymour Johnson AFB, N.C. 6. August October 1986, Squadron Officer School, Maxwell AFB, Alabama 7. October July 1987, Student, AT-38B Lead-In Fighter Training Course, 479th Tactical Fighter Wing, Holloman AFB, N.M. 8. July January 1988, Emergency Action Controller, 4th Tactical Fighter Wing, Seymour Johnson AFB, N.C. 9. January November 1990, Commander/Instructor Pilot, F-15 Flight, 525th Tactical Fighter Squadron, Bitburg Air Base, Germany 10. November December 1991, Headquarters Air Readiness Personnel Command, Denver, Colo. 11. December September 1994, Pilot Fighter, D Flight, 199th Fighter Squadron, Hickam AFB, Hawaii 12. September September 1995, Weapons and Tactics Officer, 154th Operations Support Flight, Hickam AFB, Hawaii 13. September September 1996, Weapons and Tactics Officer, 159th Fighter Squadron, Jacksonville, Fla. 14. September June 2002, F-15 Fighter Squadron Operations Officer, 159th Fighter Squadron, Jacksonville, Fla. 15. June June 2008, Commander, 125th Operations Group, Jacksonville, Fla. 16. June January 2011, Vice Commander, 125th Fighter Wing, Jacksonville, Fla. 17. January February 2013, Commander, 125th Fighter Wing, Jacksonville, Fla. 18. February Present, Assistant Adjutant General - Air, Florida National Guard, Saint Augustine, Fla. FLIGHT INFORMATION Rating: Command pilot Flight hours: More than 3,800 hours; 63 combat hours Aircraft flown: F-4C/D/E, F-15A/B/C/D, T-37, T-38 Pilot wings from: Williams AFB, Ariz.

47 AWARDS AND DECORATIONS Legion of Merit Meritorious Service Medal (with 3 Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters) Air Force Commendation Medal (with 2 Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters) Air Force Achievement Medal (with 2 Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters) Air Force Outstanding Unit Award (with Valor Device and Silver Oak Leaf Cluster) Air Force Organizational Excellence Award Combat Readiness Medal (with Silver Oak Leaf Cluster and 3 Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters) National Defense Service Medal (with Bronze Service Star) Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal Global War on Terrorism Service Medal Air Force Overseas Service Ribbon Long Air Force Longevity Service (with 4 Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters) Armed Forces Reserve Medal (with Silver Hourglass and M Device) Small Arms Expert Marksmanship Ribbon Air Force Training Ribbon Florida Cross Florida Distinguished Service Medal Florida Service Medal Florida Meritorious Service Medal (with Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster) Florida Service Ribbon (with 3 Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters) EFFECTIVE DATES OF PROMOTION Second Lieutenant June 2, 1982 First Lieutenant June 2, 1984 Captain June 2, 1986 Major August 2, 1995 Lieutenant Colonel Sept. 1, 1999 Colonel June 27, 2003 Brigadier General Feb. 8, 2013 (Current as of May 2016)

48 U N I T E D S T A T E S A I R F O R C E COLONEL SEAN M. FARRELL Colonel Sean M. Farrell is the Director, Strategic Plans, Programs and Requirements, Air Force Special Operations Command, Hurlburt Field, Florida. He ensures the 19,000 Air Commandos worldwide are resourced and equipped through force structure planning and programming, establishing requirements, and acquisition program oversight through U.S. Air Force and U. S. Special Operations Command processes. Colonel Farrell graduated from Florida State University in 1990 and received his commission as a distinguished graduate through the Reserve Officer Training Corps in He is a command pilot with over 3,500 hours in the AC-130H, AC-130W, AC-130U and C-130E aircraft, and has flown combat missions in Bosnia and Afghanistan. He has commanded at the wing, group and squadron level. EDUCATION 1990 Bachelor of Arts degree in political science, Florida State University 1993 Master of Science degree in applied behavioral science, communications systems technology, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio 1998 Squadron Officer School, Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala Air Command and Staff College, by correspondence 2009 Air War College, by correspondence 2012 Master of Science degree in national resource strategy, National Defense University, Fort Lesley J. McNair, Washington, D.C. ASSIGNMENTS 1. February 1991 February 1992, Student, Undergraduate Pilot Training, Williams Air Force Base, Ariz. 2. February 1992 December 1993, Graduate Student, Air Force Institute of Technology, Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio 3. December 1993 November 1994, Program Manager for International Cooperation, Wright- Patterson AFB, Ohio 4. November 1994 March 1997, C-130E Pilot, Training Officer, Moody AFB, Ga. 5. March 1997 April 1998, AC-130H Pilot, Chief of Flight Safety, 16th Special Operations Squadron, Hurlburt Field, Fla. 6. April 1998 April 2000, Instructor Pilot, Chief of Squadron Safety, 16th Special Operations Squadron, Hurlburt Field, Fla. 7. April 2000 April 2001, Evaluator Pilot, Flight Commander, 16th Special Operations Squadron, Hurlburt Field, Fla. 8. April 2001 April 2002, AC-130H, Chief Pilot, Standardization and Evaluation, 16th Operations Group, Hurlburt Field, Fla. 9. April 2002 April 2003, AC-130H/U, Chief Pilot, Standardization and Evaluation, Air Force Special Operations Command, Hurlburt Field, Fla. 10. April 2003 December 2003, Chief, Standards and Evaluations AC-130 Branch, AFSOC, Hurlburt Field, Fla.

49 11. December 2003 March 2006, Operations Officer, Readiness Division, J-3, Joint Staff, Washington D.C. 12. March 2006 January 2008, Operations Officer, 16th Special Operations Squadron, Hurlburt Field, Fla. 13. January 2008 June 2009, Commander, 16th Special Operations Squadron, Hurlburt Field, Fla., Cannon AFB, N.M. 14. August 2009 September 2009, Deputy Commander, 1st Special Operations Group, Hurlburt Field, Fla. 15. September 2009 April 2010, C-130J Program Element Monitor, Secretary of the Air Force, Acquisitions, Global Reach, Pentagon, Washington D.C. 16. April 2010 December 2010, Chief, Tactical Airlift Branch, Secretary of the Air Force, Acquisitions, Global Reach, Pentagon, Washington D.C. 17. December 2010 April 2011, Chief, Tactical Airlift, SOF & Trainer Division, Secretary of the Air Force, Acquisitions, Global Reach, Pentagon, Washington D.C. 18. August 2011 June 2012, Student, Industrial College of the Armed Forces, Fort Lesley J. McNair, Washington D.C. 19. June 2012 May 2013, Senior Analyst, Cost Assessment and Program Evaluation, Office of the Secretary of Defense, Pentagon 20. May 2013 January 2015, Commander, 27th Special Operations Group, Cannon AFB, N.M. 21. January 2015 June 2016, Commander, 1st Special Operations Wing, Hurlburt Field, Fla. 22. June 2016 Present, Director, Strategic Plans, Programs, and Requirements, Air Force Special Operations Command, Hurlburt Field, Fla. FLIGHT INFORMATION Rating: Command pilot Flight Hours: More than 3,500 Aircraft Flown: T-37, T-38, C-130E, AC-130H, AC-130W, C-146A, PC-12, U-28, MC-130J, CV-22 and AC-130U MAJOR AWARDS AND DECORATIONS Distinguished Flying Cross with valor Legion of Merit with one oak leaf cluster Defense Meritorious Service Medal Meritorious Service Medal with two oak leaf clusters Air Medal with four oak leaf clusters Aerial Achievement Medal with three oak leaf clusters Joint Service Commendation Medal Air Force Commendation Medal EFFECTIVE DATES OF PROMOTION Second Lieutenant April 1990 First Lieutenant September 1992 Captain September 1994 Major October 2001 Lieutenant Colonel September 2006 Colonel February 2012 (Current as of June 2016)

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52 Brigadier General Marion Garcia Deputy Commanding General (Operations) 200 th Military Police Command Brigadier General Garcia graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1987 and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the Military Police Corps. Her military educations includes the Military Police Officer Basic and Advanced Courses, the Combined Arms Service Staff School, the Command and General Staff College, the United States Army War College, and the Advanced Joint Professional Military Education School. She holds a Bachelor Degree in Science from the United States Military Academy, a Master of Strategic Studies from the United States Army War College, a Master of Science in Veterinary Epidemiology and Public Health from the Royal Veterinary College at the University of London, and a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Colorado State University Her leadership experience includes platoon leader in Korea and Germany; Commander HHD 720 th Military Battalion Fort Hood, Texas and Operation Provide Comfort Somalia; Commander 324 th Military Police Battalion (Internment/Resettlement) Chambersburg, Pennsylvania and Baghdad Iraq; Commander 3 rd Brigade/3 rd Division/75 th Training Command Fort Sheridan, Illinois; and Deputy Commander Joint Task Force Guantanamo, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Brigadier General Garcia has served in a wide variety of staff and leadership assignments including Rear Battle Plans Officer, 14 th Military Police Brigade, Operation Desert Shield/ Desert Storm; Training Officer 385 th Military Police Battalion Stuttgart, Germany; S3, 336 th Military Police Battalion Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Executive Officer, 384 th Military Police Battalion, Fort Wayne, Indiana; S3, Joint Detention Operations Group, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba; and Chief of Staff, 200 th Military Police Command, Fort Meade, Maryland. Her awards include the Defense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star Medal, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal (with Oak Leaf Cluster), the Parachutist Badge and German Armed Forces Efficiency Badge (Bronze). In her civilian career, Dr. Marion Garcia (DVM) has been a production veterinarian working for major food producing companies in the US and in support of US efforts abroad. She is currently the Chief Veterinary Officer for the American Humane Association in Washington, DC.

53 U N I T E D S T A T E S A I R F O R C E BRIGADIER GENERAL JOHN R. GORDY II Brigadier General John R. Gordy II is the Senior Defense Official and Defense Attaché to Turkey. General Gordy received his commission through the ROTC program at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte in His career includes numerous operational and staff assignments at the squadron, wing, major command, combatant command, and joint staff levels. He has commanded at the squadron and wing levels, and served as both a wing and Numbered Air Force Vice Commander. He is a graduate of the United States Air Force Weapons School and National War College. Prior to his current assignment, he served as Special Assistant to the Commander, Headquarters European Command. General Gordy is a master navigator with more than 4,700 flying hours in the C-130 E/H and T-43 aircraft. EDUCATION 1988 Bachelor of Arts in Economics, University of North Carolina-Charlotte 1996 Master of Arts in Business, Webster University, St. Louis, Mo U.S. Air Force Weapons School, Nellis AFB, Nev Master of Arts in Airpower Studies, Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell AFB, Ala Master of Science, National Security Strategy, National War College, Washington, D.C National Security Studies Program, Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University, Washington, D.C U.S. Air Force Enterprise Leadership Seminar, Darden School of Business, University of Virginia, Charlottesville 2016 Joint Military Attaché School, Washington, D.C. ASSIGNMENTS 1. January April 1990, Student, Undergraduate Navigator Training, Mather AFB, Calif. 2. April June 1994, Instructor Navigator and Chief of Combat Tactics, Elmendorf AFB, Alaska 3. June November 1995, Chief, Standardization and Evaluation Navigator, 53rd Airlift Squadron, Little Rock AFB, Ark. 4. November July 1997, Flight Commander, 61st Airlift Squadron, Little Rock AFB, Ark. 5. July December 1997, Student, United States Air Force Weapons School, Little Rock AFB, Ark.

54 6. December June 1999, Assistant Director of Operations, 61st Airlift Squadron, Little Rock AFB, Ark. 7. June June 2002, Assistant Director of Operations and Executive Officer to the Wing Commander, 41st Airlift Squadron, Pope AFB, N.C. 8. June June 2003, Student, Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell AFB, Ala. 9. June June 2005, Deputy Chief, Combat Operations Division and Executive Officer to the Vice Commander, Scott AFB, Ill. 10. June June 2007, Commander, 29th Weapons Squadron, Little Rock AFB, Ark. 11. June June 2008, Student, National War College, Washington, D.C. 12. June June 2009, Vice Wing Commander, 43d Airlift Wing, Pope AFB, N.C. 13. June July 2010, Commander, 386th Air Expeditionary Wing, Southwest Asia 14. July June 2012, Assistant Deputy Director for Strategic Stability, Strategic Plans and Policy Directorate (J5), Joint Staff, the Pentagon, Washington, D.C. 15. June June 2013, Vice Commander, 12th Air Force (AF Southern), Davis-Monthan AFB, Ariz. 16. June July 2014, Executive Officer to the Civilian Deputy to the Commander and Deputy Political Adviser to the Commander, U.S. European Command, Stuttgart-Vaihingen, Germany 17. July July 2015, Executive Officer to the Deputy Commander, U.S. European Command, Stuttgart- Vaihingen, Germany 18. Aug 2015 May 2016, Special Assistant to the Commander, US. European Command, Stuttgart- Vaihingen, Germany 19. May 2016 present, Senior Defense Official and Defense Attaché to Turkey, Ankara SUMMARY OF JOINT ASSIGNMENTS 1. July June 2012, Assistant Deputy Director for Strategic Stability, Strategic Plans and Policy Directorate (J5), Joint Staff, the Pentagon, Washington, D.C., as a colonel 2. June 2013 May 2016, Executive Officer to the Civilian Deputy to the Commander and Deputy Political Advisor to the Commander; Executive Officer to the Deputy Commander; and Special Assistant to the Commander, U.S. European Command, Stuttgart-Vaihingen, Germany, as a colonel and brigadier general FLIGHT INFORMATION Rating: master navigator Flight hours: more than 4,700 Aircraft: C-130 E/H, T-43 MAJOR AWARDS AND DECORATIONS Defense Superior Service Medal with oak leaf cluster Legion of Merit Bronze Star Medal Meritorious Service Medal with four oak leaf clusters Air Medal with two oak leaf clusters Aerial Achievement Medal with oak leaf cluster Air Force Commendation Medal with oak leaf cluster Joint Service Achievement Medal Air Force Achievement Medal with oak leaf cluster Combat Readiness Medal with silver oak leaf clusters Iraq Campaign Medal with one device EFFECTIVE DATES OF PROMOTION Second Lieutenant May 13, 1988 First Lieutenant Sept. 8, 1990 Captain Sept. 8, 1992 Major Jan. 1, 2000 Lieutenant Colonel, April 1, 2004 Colonel Sept. 1, 2007 Brigadier General March 1, 2015

55 Rear Admiral John G. Hannink DEPUTY JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL COMMANDER, NAVAL LEGAL SERVICE COMMAND JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL'S CORPS Following graduation from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1985, Rear Adm. John G. Hannink completed pilot training at Naval Air Station Kingsville, Texas. Hannink then entered the Navy s Law Education Program, and graduated from Baylor Law School in He later earned a Master of Laws in International Law from George Washington University Law School. Assigned to Sea Control Squadron (VS) 33, he deployed to the Western Pacific and Indian Ocean aboard USS NIMITZ (CVN 68). He served as the squadron s public affairs officer, quality assurance officer and nuclear safety officer. Hannink has completed several assignments within Naval Legal Service Command (NLSC) and the Office of the Judge Advocate General (OJAG). NLSC assignments include personal representation attorney and prosecutor at Naval Station San Diego, and commanding officer of Region Legal Service Office Southeast. OJAG assignments include general litigation attorney, and executive assistant to the deputy judge advocate general and the judge advocate general. He also served as assistant judge advocate general (Operations and Management) and chief of staff, Region Legal Service Offices. Hannink s staff and operational experience includes deputy staff judge advocate (SJA) for 5th Fleet, SJA for 2nd Fleet, special assistant to the secretary of the Navy, deputy legal counsel to the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, special counsel to the chief of Naval Operations, and SJA for U.S. Pacific Command. Most recently, he served as a fellow on the Chief of Naval Operations Strategic Studies Group, Newport, Rhode Island. Hannink is the deputy judge advocate general of the Navy (DJAG) and commander, Naval Legal Service Command (CNLSC). As the DJAG, he serves as the deputy Department of Defense representative for Ocean Policy Affairs. As CNLSC, he leads the attorneys, enlisted legalmen, and civilian employees of 14 commands that provide prosecution and defense services, legal services to individuals, specialized legal training, and legal support to Navy units around the world. Hannink is a member of the state bar of Texas. His military awards include the Defense Superior Service Medal, the Legion of Merit and the Meritorious Service Medal. Updated: 1 December 2015

56 Rear Admiral Robert P. Hayes Assistant Commandant for Intelligence U.S. Coast Guard In July 2016, Rear Admiral Robert Hayes assumed the duties as the Coast Guard s fifth Assistant Commandant for Intelligence. In this capacity, he serves as the Coast Guard s representative to the Nation s intelligence community and oversees the Coast Guard s intelligence programs and the more than 1,000 Coast Guard intelligence professionals who support and conduct intelligence activities. In his previous assignment, Rear Admiral Hayes had the privilege to serve as Commanding Officer of the Coast Guard Intelligence Coordination Center the Service s strategic analysis and production center performing strategic and geospatial analysis; administering enterprise information technology support; managing collection requirements; coordinating and producing finished intelligence; screening and targeting vessels, cargo, and passengers; and staffing a 24/7 intelligence watch, to support the Commandant and other senior decision makers. Rear Admiral Hayes career has primarily focused on intelligence, where he has been part of the growth in capability, maturity, and impact of the Coast Guard s intelligence program over the last quarter century. He previously served as the Chief of Plans and Policy for the Assistant Commandant for Intelligence and Criminal Investigations. Prior to that, he was the Deputy Director of the Coast Guard s Counterintelligence Service. In an earlier assignment, he served as Chief of Analysis at the Intelligence Coordination Center, and later served as the command s first Executive Officer. His initial intelligence tour was in the Intelligence Plans, Programs, and Budget Branch at Coast Guard Headquarters. In addition to his intelligence assignments, Rear Admiral Hayes served at a number of operational units conducting homeland security, counternarcotics, search and rescue, disaster response, icebreaking, and aids to navigation missions. Upon commissioning, he served as deck watch officer in USCGC RED OAK. His operations ashore experience includes assignments at Group - Marine Safety Office Philadelphia, Group - Marine Safety Office Long Island Sound, and Deputy Commander of Group New Orleans, where he helped merge the Group with Marine Safety Office New Orleans to create Sector New Orleans. Rear Admiral Hayes has earned the permanent Boat Force Operations insignia. Rear Admiral Hayes graduated from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in 1988 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Government. He also earned a Master of Science of Strategic Intelligence from the National Intelligence University in In 2006, he completed a year-long research fellowship at the National Intelligence University s Center for Strategic Intelligence Research.

57 BRIGADIER GENERAL S. CLINTON HINOTE Brigadier General S. Clinton Hinote is the Military Assistant to the Deputy Secretary of Defense. He assists Deputy Secretary Robert O. Work in providing strategic direction, policy guidance, and planning focus to the Department of Defense. General Hinote was commissioned in 1992 upon graduation from the U.S. Air Force Academy. After completing a master's degree in public policy from Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, he accomplished pilot training at Columbus AFB, Miss., and F-16 training at Luke AFB, Ariz. His operational assignments include instructor duty at the USAF Weapons School, leader of the Air Forces Central Strategy Division, squadron commander, wing vice commander, and wing commander. General Hinote is a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Weapons School, Air Command and Staff College, and the School of Advanced Air and Space Studies. Prior to assuming his present duties, he served as a military fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York. He is a command pilot with more than 2,000 hours and 240 combat hours in Operations Northern and Southern Watch. EDUCATION 1992 Bachelor's degree in space physics, U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colo Master's degree in public policy, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge Mass Squadron Officer School, Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala U.S. Air Force Weapons School, Nellis AFB, Nev Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala School of Advanced Air and Space Studies, Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala Air War College, by correspondence 2012 Lorenz Fellowship, Air University, Maxwell AFB, Ala Joint Combined Warfighting School, Joint Forces Staff College, Norfolk, Va Doctor of Philosophy in military strategy, Air University, Maxwell AFB, Ala.

58 ASSIGNMENTS 1. August June 1994, student, Air Force Institute of Technology, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. 2. June June 1995, student, undergraduate pilot training, Columbus AFB, Miss. 3. November June 1996, student, F-16 Fighter Training Unit, Luke AFB, Ariz. 4. July March 1999, F-16 flight lead, electronic combat pilot, weapons and tactics officer, 20th Fighter Wing, Shaw AFB, S.C. 5. April March 2003, F-117A Instructor Pilot, Flight Commander, Wing Chief of Weapons, 49th Fighter Wing, Holloman AFB, N.M. 6. March June 2004, initial cadre member, instructor pilot, F-117 Division, USAF Weapons School, Nellis AFB, Nev. 7. July June 2005, student, Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell AFB, Ala. 8. July June 2006, student, School of Advanced Air and Space Studies, Maxwell AFB, Ala. 9. July August 2007, Chief, Strategy Division, Combined Air Operations Center, U.S. Air Forces Central, Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar 10. August June 2008, Special Assistant to the Commander, Lemay Center, Maxwell AFB, Ala. 11. July June 2009, Aide-de-Camp to the Commander, Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Tex. 12. July April 2010, Commander, 3d Fighter Training Squadron, Vance AFB, Okla. 13. April July 2011, Vice Commander, 52d Fighter Wing, Spangdahlem AFB, Germany 14. July July 2012, Lorenz Fellow, Air University, Maxwell AFB, Ala. 15. July April 2013, Deputy Director of Requirements, Headquarters Air Combat Command, Langley AFB, Va. 16. May May 2014, Commander, 8th Fighter Wing, Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea 17. June May 2015, Military Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations, New York, N.Y. 18. May Present, Military Assistant to the Deputy Secretary of Defense, Pentagon, Washington, D.C. SUMMARY OF JOINT ASSIGNMENTS 1. July August 2007, Chief, Strategy Division, Combined Air Operations Center, U.S. Air Forces Central, Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar FLIGHT INFORMATION Rating: Command pilot Flight Hours: More than 2,000, including 240 combat hours Aircraft Flown: F-16, F-117, A/T-38, T-37 MAJOR AWARDS AND DECORATIONS Legion of Merit Bronze Star Medal Meritorious Service Medal with one silver oak leaf cluster Air Medal with two oak leaf cluster Aerial Achievement Medal with one oak leaf cluster Joint Service Commendation Medal Air Force Commendation Medal

59 OTHER ACHIEVEMENTS 1992 Outstanding Graduate, U.S. Air Force Academy, Class of Commander's Trophy, Air Education and Training Command 1999 Top Squadron Graduate, Squadron Officer School 2005 Outstanding Graduate and Top Academic Graduate, Air Command and Staff College EFFECTIVE DATES OF PROMOTION Second Lieutenant May 27, 1992 First Lieutenant May 27, 1994 Captain May 27, 1996 Major Nov. 1, 2002 Lieutenant Colonel Dec. 1, 2006 Colonel Oct. 1, 2010 Brigadier General Aug. 2, 2016 (Current as of August 2016)

60 REAR ADMIRAL MICHAEL P. HOLLAND DIRECTOR, MARITIME HEADQUARTERS U.S. PACIFIC FLEET Rear Admiral Michael Holland graduated from Montana State University in 1987 and was commissioned at Officer Candidate School in Newport, Rhode Island. His sea tours include division officer assignments aboard USS Pintado (SSN 672), weapons officer on USS Henry M. Jackson (SSBN 730)(Gold), executive officer on USS Dallas (SSN 700), and commander of USS Providence (SSN 719). While on Providence, the ship completed two deployments to the Western Pacific including a trip around the world as well as a visit to the North Pole. His shore tours include time in Current Operations at U.S. Strategic Command as well as being the Submarine Department head detailer. He was also the Congressional Liaison for Submarine Matters in the Navy s Budget Office and served as the post command deputy at Submarine Development Squadron (DEVRON) 12. He was the Atlantic Submarine Force prospective commanding officer instructor as well as commodore of Submarine Squadrons (SUBRON) 2 and 4 in Groton, Connecticut. Additionally, he served at the director for operations in the Navy s Budget Office, before reporting as Director, Maritime Headquarters, U.S. Pacific Fleet. His awards include the Legion of Merit, Meritorious Service Medal, and Joint Commendation Medal. He is most proud of his various unit awards, including the Arleigh Burke Trophy, that reflect credit on the successful teams with whom he has served.

61 Rear Admiral Jeffrey W. Hughes COMMANDER NAVY RECRUITING COMMAND Rear Admiral Jeff Hughes is a native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and a 1988 graduate of Duke University with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. He was designated a naval aviator in September 1989 and has flown the MH-60R and SH-60B Seahawk helicopters throughout his career. His sea duty assignments include his initial squadron and Detachment OIC/Department Head tours with the Swamp Foxes of Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron Light (HSL) 44 where he deployed in USS Carr (FFG 52), USS Elrod (FFG 55) and USS John Hancock (DD 981), supporting Strike Group deployments with the USS America (CV-66) and USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67). He was named HSL-44 Pilot of the Year and was the co-recipient of the Commanding Officer s Helmsman Award for calendar year (CY) He also served as the flag lieutenant to Commander, Carrier Group 4, where he embarked all six East Coast Aircraft Carriers in support of six intermediate and advanced phase Strike Group underway training (C2X/JTFEX) periods. He served as the executive officer then the 14th commanding officer of the Fighting Vipers of HSL-48. He was the Helicopter Maritime Strike Wing, U.S. Atlantic Fleet recipient of the Navy and Marine Association peer-selected leadership award for CY He also served as the Commander, Helicopter Maritime Strike Wing, U.S. Pacific Fleet during a period of significant transition and growth in the HSM community. His shore assignments include: Navy Space Command s Detachment Alfa officer-in-charge, Assistant Aviation Captain Detailer and HSL/HS Placement officer in Navy Personnel Command (PERS 43), division chief for Africa in the Strategic Plans and Policy Directorate (J5) of the Joint Staff and recently as the executive assistant to the Director, Air Warfare (OPNAV N98). He graduated with distinction from the Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island, receiving a Master of Arts in National Security and Strategic Studies and full Joint Professional Military Education (JPME) credit. Hughes began serving as the 21st Commander of the Navy Recruiting Command on September 4, His decorations include the Defense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit (two awards), Meritorious Service Medal (two awards) and various other personal, unit, service and campaign awards. He is proud to have served on teams that have received numerous unit commendations and Battle Efficiency awards. As of 26 Sept 2015

62 BG David T. Isaacson Deputy Chief of Staff Chief Information Officer / G-6 U. S. Army Forces Command Fort Bragg, NC Brigadier General David Isaacson assumed his current position as the Deputy Chief of Staff, CIO/G-6 in August Brigadier General Isaacson was born in Fort Monroe, Virginia. He graduated from Auburn University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering, and commissioned as a Signal Officer. After graduation from the Signal Officer Basic Course, he was assigned to the 50th Signal Battalion (Airborne) at Fort Bragg, NC, served as a Platoon Leader, Company Executive Officer, Battalion Operations Officer and Company Commander. Following the Signal Officer Advanced Course, he served with the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne) as a Battalion Signal Officer and Operations Officer. Upon completing Command and General Staff College and a Master s degree in Telecommunications, he returned to Fort Bragg and served as the Regimental Signal Officer for the 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, and Battalion S-3 (Operations) for the 82d Signal Battalion (Airborne). He was then assigned to the Combat Applications Group where he served as the Signal Squadron Commander and was subsequently assigned to the Joint Special Operations Command as the J-6 Operations Officer. He then commanded the 50th Expeditionary Signal Battalion (Airborne). After attending the U.S. Army War College in Carlisle, PA, he was assigned to the Department of the Army G-3/5/7 LandWarNet Battle Command Directorate where he served as the Current Operations Division Chief. Brigadier General Isaacson then commanded the 93d Signal Brigade at Fort Eustis, Virginia, from 2010 to He served on the Joint Staff, J-7 in Washington, D.C. as the Joint/Combined Information Environment Division Chief. Prior to his current assignment, he served as Deputy Commanding General, Network Enterprise Command in Fort Huachuca, AZ. Brigadier General Isaacson has multiple operational deployments including Just Cause in Panama, Desert Shield/Storm in Saudi Arabia and Iraq, Uphold Democracy in Haiti, and several tours in Afghanistan and Iraq supporting the Global War on Terror and Overseas Contingencies. His awards and decorations are commensurate with his time in service and include the Combat Action Badge, Master Parachutist Badge, the Military Freefall Badge, and the Air Assault Badge. As of 27 July 2016

63 BIOGRAPHY U N I T E D S T A T E S A I R F O R C E BRIGADIER GENERAL DAVID J. JULAZADEH Brig Gen Dave Julazadeh is the Deputy Director of Operations, US Central Command (USCENTCOM), MacDill Air Force Base, FL. He is responsible to the USCENTCOM Commander on all matters pertaining to the strategic and operational employment of assigned forces as well as the conduct of joint and combined combat operations. He is also responsible for the coordination of all aspects of operations to include air, ground, naval and special operations forces in the USCENTCOM area of responsibility. General Julazadeh entered the Air Force in March 1990 following graduation from Kansas University and commissioning through Air Force ROTC. He has served as an F-16 instructor pilot, functional check flight pilot and flight examiner logging over 2,500 flying hours and over 600 combat hours during Operations PROVIDE COMFORT, DENY FLIGHT, NORTHERN WATCH, ALLIED FORCE and FREEDOM S SENTINEL. He also participated in Operation UPHOLD DEMOCRACY while serving as an Air Liaison Officer with the 1st Ranger Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment. General Julazadeh has served in Numbered Air Force, Major Command, Headquarters Air Force, Headquarters NATO, and Office of the Secretary of Defense staff positions. Prior to his current assignment, General Julazadeh served as the Commander, 455th Air Expeditionary Wing at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan. EDUCATION 1989 Bachelor of Science degree, Civil Engineering, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS 1994 Squadron Officer School, residence (distinguished graduate) & correspondence, Maxwell AFB, AL 1994 Master of Aeronautical Science degree, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, FL 2003 Master of Military Operational Arts & Sciences degree, Air Command & Staff College, Maxwell AFB, AL 2005 Air War College, correspondence, Air University, Maxwell AFB, AL 2008 Leadership Development Program, Center for Creative Leadership, Greensboro, NC 2008 NATO Defense College, Rome, Italy 2009 Joint and Combined Warfighting School, Joint Forces Staff College, Norfolk, VA 2012 Enterprise Leadership Seminar, University of Virginia Darden School of Business, Charlottesville, VA 2014 Senior Officers Security Seminar, Richmond, VA 2015 Middle East and South Asia Seminar, Washington, DC ASSIGNMENTS 1. Mar 1990 Mar 1991, Student, undergraduate pilot training, Vance AFB, OK 2. Jul 1991 Sep 1991, Student, 433rd Tactical Fighter Training Squadron, Holloman AFB, NM 3. Oct 1991 Mar 1992, Student (distinguished graduate), 72nd Fighter Squadron, MacDill AFB, FL 4. Jul 1992 Jul 1994, F-16 Pilot, 512th Fighter Squadron, Ramstein AB, Germany 5. Jul 1994 Jul 1996, Air Liaison Officer/Detachment Commander, 1st Ranger Battalion, Savannah, GA 6. Aug 1996 Sep 1996, F-16 re-qualification training, 61st Fighter Squadron, Luke AFB, AZ

64 7. Sep 1996 Jun 1999, F-16 Instructor, FCF pilot, 79th Fighter Squadron, Shaw AFB, SC 8. Jun 1999 Mar 2000, Aide/Instructor Pilot to USCENTAF/9 Air Force commander, Shaw AFB, SC 9. Mar 2000 Jan 2001, Doctrine Branch Chief, USAFE plans & programs, Ramstein AB, Germany 10. Feb 2001 Jul 2002, COMUSAFE Commander s Action Group, Ramstein AB, Germany 11. Aug 2002 Jul 2003, Student, Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell AFB, AL 12. Aug 2003 Dec 2003, Student, F-16 re-qualification training, 62nd Fighter Squadron, Luke AFB, AZ 13. Dec 2003 Feb 2004, Assistant Operations Officer, 56th Training Squadron, Luke AFB, AZ 14. Mar 2004 Apr 2005, Operations Officer, 309th Fighter Squadron, Luke AFB, AZ 15. May 2005 Mar 2007, Commander, 56th Operations Support Squadron, Luke AFB, AZ 16. Mar 2007 Aug 2008, Military Assistant to Secretary of the Air Force, Pentagon, Washington, DC 17. Aug 2008 Jan 2009, Student, NATO Defense College, Rome, Italy 18. Feb 2009 Jun 2011, Senior Military Advisor to the SecDef Representative to Europe & U.S. NATO Defense Advisor, HQ NATO, Brussels, Belgium 19. Jun 2011 Jul 2012, Vice Commander, 52nd Fighter Wing, Spangdahlem AB, Germany 20. Jul 2012 May 2014, Commander, 52nd Fighter Wing, Spangdahlem AB, Germany 21. May 2014 Jun 2015, Principal Military Assistant to Deputy SecDef, Pentagon, Washington, DC 22. Jul 2015 Jun 2016, Commander, 455th Air Expeditionary Wing, Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan 23. Jul 2016 Present, Deputy Director of Operations, USCENTCOM, MacDill AFB, FL JOINT DUTY ASSIGNMENTS 1. Feb 2009 Jun 2011, Senior Military Advisor to the SecDef Representative to Europe & U.S. NATO Defense Advisor, HQ NATO, Brussels, Belgium 2. May 2014 Jun 2015, Principal Military Assistant to Deputy SecDef, Pentagon, Washington, DC 3. Jul 2015 Jun 2016, Commander, 455th Air Expeditionary Wing, Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan 4. Jul 2016 Present, Deputy Director of Operations, USCENTCOM, MacDill AFB, FL FLIGHT INFORMATION Rating: Command pilot Flight hours: 2,500 Combat hours: 620 Aircraft flown: F-16C/D (Blks 25, 30, 32, 40, 42, 50), AT-38, T-38, T-37, C-130J, HH-60 MAJOR AWARDS AND DECORATIONS Defense Superior Service Medal with two oak leaf clusters Legion of Merit Distinguished Flying Cross Meritorious Service Medal with three oak leaf clusters Air Medal with 9 oak leaf clusters Afghanistan Campaign Medal Kosovo Campaign Medal NATO Medal with one device EFFECTIVE DATES OF PROMOTION Second Lieutenant May 22, 1989 First Lieutenant Oct 12, 1991 Captain Oct Major Feb 01, 2001 Lieutenant Colonel Apr 01, 2004 Colonel Oct 01, 2008 Brigadier General Mar 02, 2015 (Current as of August 2016)

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68 REAR ADMIRAL JOHN W. KORKA COMMANDER, NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING COMMAND PACIFIC; AND U.S. PACIFIC FLEET CIVIL ENGINEER Rear Admiral Korka was born in Rota, Spain and is the son of a Master Chief Petty Officer. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Old Dominion University in 1986 and commissioned an Ensign through the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps program. He holds a Master of Science in Civil Engineering from Pennsylvania State University, a Master of Science in National Strategy Resources from the National Defense University Industrial College of the Armed Forces, and is a graduate of the Executive Advance Management Program at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. Korka s operational tours include electrical officer, USS Sylvania (AFS-2); company commander/officer-in-charge Detail Souda Bay, U.S. Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 133; operations officer, NMCB 1; and commanding officer, NMCB 4. He also served as the commodore of the 31 st Seabee Readiness Group, the Pacific Fleet Seabees. His shore assignments include assistant resident officer in charge of construction, Norfolk Naval Shipyard; Facilities Engineering department head, Public Works Center, Guam; Military Construction and Energy program officer, Office of Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Fleet Readiness and Logistics); executive assistant to the commander, Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Headquarters and chief of civil engineers; executive officer, NAVFAC Europe and Southwest Asia; and director, Maritime Headquarters, NECC/NECCPAC. He commanded Officer in Charge of Construction, Bethesda; Naval Facilities Engineering Logistics Center, Port Hueneme; and NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic. Korka is a registered professional engineer in the state of Virginia, a member of the Defense Acquisition Corps and qualified as a Seabee Combat Warfare and Surface Warfare officer. His personal decorations include the Legion of Merit (4 awards), Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal (4 awards), and other personal, service, unit and campaign awards. He also received the 1997 Society of American Military Engineers Admiral Ben Moreell Medal for his leadership and engineering contributions in support of Operation Joint Endeavor while deployed to Bosnia-Herzegovina. Updated: 07 October 2015

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72 U N I T E D S T A T E S A I R F O R C E BRIGADIER GENERAL CRAIG L. LA FAVE Brig. Gen. Craig L. La Fave is the Special Assistant to the Chief, Air Force Reserve and Military Deputy to the Total Force Continuum, Deputy Chief of Staff Strategic Plans and Programs, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, Washington, D.C. On behalf of the Secretary of the Air Force and the Chief of Staff of the Air Force, the Total Force Continuum Office works to identify the appropriate balance of active and reserve components across missions and platforms and to reduce legal, organizational, policy, and cultural barriers to a more fully integrated Air Force. General La Fave graduated from Lehigh University in 1986 and was a distinguished graduate of the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps. He attended Undergraduate Pilot Training at Williams Air Force Base and subsequently served as a C-141B Special Operations Low Level II Evaluator Pilot. Since then, General La Fave has commanded at the squadron and wing levels, served in the Office of the Secretary of Defense, and completed combat deployments to both Iraq and Afghanistan. He is a command pilot with over 12,000 flying hours, including more than 5,000 military flying hours and 320 combat flying hours in numerous overseas contingency operations. In his civilian job, he is an airline pilot with a major U.S. carrier. EDUCATION 1986 Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering, Distinguished Military Graduate, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Penn Squadron Officer School (correspondence) 2000 Air Command and Staff College (correspondence) 2002 Reserve Officer Joint Military Operations Course, Naval War College, Newport, RI Advanced Joint PME Course, Joint Forces Staff College, Norfolk, Va Air War College, Outstanding Graduate (correspondence) Masters of Strategic Studies, United States Army War College, Carlisle, Penn Air Mobility Command Inspector General Course 2011 COMAFFOR Senior Staff Course, USAF Expeditionary Center, Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, NJ 2011 Safety and Accident Investigation Board President Course, USAF Safety Center, Kirtland AFB, NM 2011 Reserve Component National Security Course, National Defense University, Washington, DC 2014 Enterprise Perspective Seminar, Alan L. Freed Associates Seminar, Washington, D.C Enterprise Leadership Seminar, Kenan-Flagler Business School, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC.

73 ASSIGNMENTS 1. May April 1988, Student, Undergraduate Pilot Training, Distinguished Graduate, Williams AFB, Ariz. 2. September November 1993, C-141B Special Operations Aircraft Commander, Evaluator Pilot, Flight Commander, 14th Airlift Squadron, Charleston AFB, South Carolina 3. November October 1999, C-5A/B Aircraft Commander, 709th Airlift Squadron, Dover AFB, Del. 4. October 1999-February 2003, Government Flight Representative, Defense Contract Management Agency, Boston, Mass. 5. February July 2005, Mobilization Assistant to the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense, Military Personnel Policy, Office of the Secretary of Defense, Pentagon, Washington, DC 6. July 2005-August 2007, Chief, C-17 Program Integration Office, 512 Airlift Wing, Dover AFB, Del. 7. August December 2007, Air Force Operations Planner, C3 Air, Multi-National Corps-Iraq, Camp Victory, Baghdad, Iraq 8. January January 2009 Chief Pilot, 326th Airlift Squadron, Dover AFB, Del. 9. January September 2010, Commander, 326th Airlift Squadron, Dover AFB, Del. 10. October October 2013, Vice Commander, 403d Wing (Active Associate), Keesler AFB, Miss. (June November 2012, Deputy Commander, 9 th Air and Space Expeditionary Task Force Afghanistan and Assistant Deputy Commander Air, United States Forces Afghanistan, Kabul, Afghanistan; November April 2013 and July 2013 September 2013, Commander, 403d Wing, Keesler AFB, Miss.) 11. October 2013 January 2015, Mobilization Assistant to the Commander, Second Air Force, Keesler AFB, Miss. 12. January 2015 June 2015, Mobilization Assistant to the Director of Operational Capability Requirements, Deputy Chief of Staff for Strategic Plans and Requirements, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, Washington, D.C. 13. July 2015 present, Special Assistant to the Chief of Air Force Reserve and Military Deputy for Total Force Continuum, Headquarters United States Air Force, Washington, D.C. SUMMARY OF JOINT ASSIGNMENTS 1. February July 2005, Mobilization Assistant to the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense, Military Personnel Policy, Office of the Secretary of Defense, Pentagon, Washington, DC, as a Lieutenant Colonel 2. August December 2007, Air Force Operations Planner, C3 Air, Multi-National Corps-Iraq, Camp Victory, Baghdad, Iraq, as a Lieutenant Colonel. FLIGHT INFORMATION Rating: Command Pilot Flight hours: More than 5,000 military hours, including 320 combat hours Aircraft flown: T-41, T-37, T-38, C-141B, C-5A/B, C-17A, W/C-130J, B737, B757, B767, B777 MAJOR AWARDS AND DECORATIONS Legion of Merit Defense Meritorious Service Medal with oak leaf cluster Meritorious Service Medal with three oak leaf clusters Air Medal with oak leaf cluster Aerial Achievement Medal with two oak leaf clusters Joint Service Commendation Medal Air Force Commendation Medal Air Force Achievement Medal Joint Meritorious Unit Award Afghanistan Campaign Medal Iraq Campaign Medal Non-Article 5 NATO Medal Kuwait Liberation Medal Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Kuwait Liberation Medal Government of Kuwait OTHER ACHIEVEMENTS Top Stick Award, Undergraduate Pilot Training Academic Excellence Award, Undergraduate Pilot Training 2001 Individual Mobilization Augmentee of the Year, Defense Contract Management Agency 2002 Government Flight Representative of the Year, Defense Contract Management Agency 2004 Joint Forces Staff College Commandant s Award

74 EFFECTIVE DATES OF PROMOTION Second Lieutenant Oct. 25, 1986 First Lieutenant Oct. 25, 1988 Captain Oct. 25, 1990 Major Oct. 1, 1999 Lieutenant Colonel Sept. 30, 2004 Colonel Aug. 7, 2010 Brigadier General Mar. 26, 2015 (Current as of July 2015)

75 Brigadier General Paul K. Lebidine Commanding General, 4 th Marine Division In 1984, Brigadier General Lebidine enlisted in the Marine Corps in Philadelphia, Pa, and graduated Honorman at MCRD Parris Island. In 1986, after being meritoriously promoted to corporal, he was selected for the Enlisted Commissioning Program. After completion of OCS, Basic School, Army Ranger School, and Airborne training, he served as a Platoon Commander and Company Executive Officer in 1st Battalion, 4th Marines (MEU- SOC). His second deployment included Operation Desert Shield/Storm. In 1994, after a tour at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, he joined the Marine Corps Reserve. During his tour with 4th LAR Bn, he served as the Delta Company Commander, Fire Support Coordinator, and the Battalion Executive Officer. In 2003, Brigadier General Lebidine mobilized to serve as the Executive Officer of the I Marine Headquarters Group, I MEF, for Operation Iraqi Freedom. He eventually constructed and served as the Camp Commander of Camp Babylon, Iraq. In 2004, Brigadier General Lebidine served as the Battalion Commander of 2nd Battalion, 23rd Marines. In 2006, Brigadier General Lebidine mobilized to serve on the I MEF Staff, and was selected to advise an Iraqi Army Brigade in Al Qaim, Iraq. In 2007, Brigadier General Lebidine served as the Operations Officer for 3D Civil Affairs Group. In 2008, Brigadier General Lebidine mobilized and served on the MNF-I, CJ3 Staff as the Advisor/LNO to the Iraqi Prime Minister's National Operations Center. In 2009, Brigadier General Lebidine was selected as the Commanding Officer, 3D Civil Affairs Group. He was mobilized and served as the Assistant Chief of Staff C9 in charge of Governance

76 & Development during the I MEF (FWD) deployment to Helmand Province, Afghanistan from March March In Nov July 2012, Brigadier General Lebidine served as the Chief of Staff for the Force Command Element, Javelin Thrust 12-LSE 1. In August 2012, Brigadier General Lebidine was promoted to his current rank, and served as the Commanding General of the Force Headquarters Group, Marine Forces Reserve. In August 2014, Brigadier General Lebidine served as the Deputy Commanding General of I Marine Expeditionary Force (MOB) and mobilized from November of 2014 November 2015 to serve as the Director of the Advise and Assist Directorate, Resolute Support HQs, Afghanistan. In November 2015, Brigadier General Lebidine assumed command of the 4th Marine Division. Brigadier General Lebidine's personal decorations include the Defense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit (with gold star), Bronze Star (with two gold stars), Meritorious Service Medal, and Combat Action Ribbon (with gold star). He holds a BA degree from the University of Florida, a JD degree from Thomas Jefferson Law School, and a Masters Degree in Security Studies from the US Army War College.

77 BG Viet X. Luong BG Viet Luong emigrated from Vietnam with his family to the United States in 1975 as a political refugee. He began his military career upon graduating from the University of Southern California. His first assignment was with the 1st battalion, 8th Infantry at Fort Carson, Colorado, where he served as Rifle Platoon Leader, Anti-Tank Platoon Leader, Company Executive Officer, and Battalion Maintenance Officer. In 1993, Luong was assigned to Fort Bragg, North Carolina and served in the 2nd Battalion, 325th Airborne Infantry Regiment, 2d Brigade, 82d Airborne Division, as the Assistant S-3 (Operations) and Commander of Alpha Company. While commanding Alpha Company, he deployed to Haiti in support of OPERATION UPHOLD DEMOCRACY as the Commander of the Theater Quick Reaction Force. Following his assignment at Fort Bragg, he was assigned to the Joint Readiness Training Center as an Observer Controller, and subsequently assigned to the Southern European Task Force (SETAF) upon completion of the Command and General Staff College. Luong served as SETAF G-3 Chief of Plans, and the Operations Officer and Executive Officer of the 1st Battalion, 508th Airborne Battalion Combat Team, 173d Airborne Brigade, in Vicenza, Italy. During his assignment at SETAF, Luong deployed to Kosovo and Bosnia-Herzegovina on several occasions as part of the NATO Strategic Response Force. Following this assignment, he was assigned to Joint Task Force North at Fort Bliss, where he served as a plans officer and Chief, Targeting and Exploitation Division in support of the Department of Homeland Defense. In 2005, he assumed command of the 2d Battalion, 505 th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 3d Brigade Combat Team, 82d Airborne Division. During this command, Luong deployed his battalion in September 2005 as the Division Ready Force 1, in support of OPERATION AMERICAN ASSIST, the Hurricane Katrina Relief efforts in New Orleans, and OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM 06-08, in support of the War on Terror. In February 2009, Luong assumed command of the 3d Brigade Combat Team (Rakkasans), 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault). In January 2010, 3d Brigade Combat Team deployed to Afghanistan for OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM Following BCT command, Luong attended Stanford University as a National Security Fellow and subsequently served as the Deputy Director, Pakistan Afghanistan Coordination Cell, J5, the Joint Staff. Following his Joint Staff assignment, Luong was assigned to the 1 st Cavalry Division, where he served as the Deputy Commanding General (Maneuver), Commanding General (Rear), and Commander of Train, Advise, Assist, Command- South during OPERATION FREEDOM S SENTINEL, Kandahar, Afghanistan. In 2015, he was assigned as the Director of Joint and Integration, HQDA, DCS, G-8. He is currently the Chief of Staff, U.S. Army Central, Shaw AFB. Luong holds a degree in Biological Sciences from the USC and a Master of Military Arts and Science. He is married to the former Kimberly Lau of Denver, Colorado. They have three children: Daughter, Ashley and sons, Brandon and Justin.

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80 BG BRIAN J. MENNES Colonel Brian Mennes graduated from the United States Military Academy (USMA) at West Point, NY and was commissioned as an Infantry Officer in May His professional military education includes the Infantry Officer Basic and Advanced Courses, Command and General Staff College (CGSC), and a US Army War College Fellowship at the Institute of World Politics and the United Kingdom s Higher Command and Staff Course. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from USMA and a Masters in Military Art and Science from CGSC. COL Mennes first duty assignment was in the 7th Infantry Division, Fort Ord, CA, where he served as a Platoon Leader and Battalion Logistics Officer with service in Panama for Operation Just Cause and as a peacekeeper to the Sinai Desert with the United Nations Multinational Force & Observers. He then served in a multitude of leadership and staff positions to include: Brigade Operations Planner and Mechanized Company Commander, 1st Battalion, 5th Infantry Regiment in the Republic of Korea; Battalion Adjutant, Assistant Operations Officer and Company Commander, 3rd Ranger Battalion at Fort Benning, GA; Battalion and Brigade Operations Officer, 325th Airborne Infantry Regiment (AIR), 82d Airborne Division at Fort Bragg, NC; primary Operational Planner, Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC), for the unit s initial operations in Afghanistan and lead planner for JSOC s Iraq campaign, with three combat deployments; Brigade Executive Officer, 325th AIR, 82d Airborne Division, in Iraq; and, Deputy Director and Director, Simon Center for the Professional Military Ethic, USMA. He commanded the 1st Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment (PIR), 82d Airborne Division and deployed to Afghanistan for 15 months where the unit served as the ISAF Commander s Theater Tactical Force (COIN Reserve) throughout Afghanistan. He then commanded 1st Ranger Battalion in Savannah, GA and deployed to both Afghanistan and Iraq. During his last operational assignment, COL Mennes commanded the 4th Brigade, 82d Airborne Division at Fort Bragg and deployed to Zharay (Western Kandahar) Afghanistan where he led a Combined, Joint and Interagency Task Force in support of Regional Command South. After Brigade Command, BG Mennes served as the Deputy Commanding General, United States Army Cadet Command from May of 2014 to July of Following Cadet Command, BG Mennes served as the Deputy Commanding General (Maneuver) for 2d Infantry Division (Combined), Eight Army in the Republic of Korea. Currently, BG Mennes serves at the Director of Joint and Integration, HQDA, DCS, G-8. His awards and decorations include: four Legions of Merit, five Bronze Star Medals, six Meritorious Service Medals, the NATO Meritorious Service Medal, the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Air Assault Badge, Pathfinder Badge, Master Parachutist Badge, Combat Infantryman Badge, and Ranger Tab.

81 BRIGADIER GENERAL RONALD E. PAUL Assistant Adjutant General - Air Brigadier General Ronald E. Paul is the Assistant Adjutant General - Air, Illinois Air National Guard. He is responsible for the command, control and operations of plans and programs affecting more than 3,000 Illinois Air National Guard personnel located at Scott Air Force Base, Peoria, and Springfield, Illinois. His broad range of responsibilities include ensuring combat readiness and mission capability of three major air bases comprised of flying wings, command and control facilities, logistics, and mission support units, providing combat trained personnel to meet all United States Air Force mission requirements. General Paul also serves as Air National Guard Assistant to the Commander, Air Force Materiel Command, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. General Paul graduated from the United States Air Force Academy in 1988, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in International Affairs. Following aircraft maintenance officer training, he served in various operational units in United States Air Forces in Europe, Tactical Air Command/Air Combat Command, Air Force Materiel Command and Pacific Air Forces. After his last active duty assignment in the 19th Fighter Squadron, he joined the Illinois Air National Guard. He deployed to Europe and Southwest Asia multiple times in support of contingency operations, and he served as the senior military officer in charge of F-16 maintenance training for the Polish Air Force. He has held squadron, group, and wing command and was the Director of Logistics at First Air Force, Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida. Prior to his current assignment, General Paul served as Deputy Commander, Joint Task Force Guantanamo. EDUCATION: 1988 Bachelor of Science, International Affairs, United States Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado 1991 Master of Business Administration (MBA), Golden Gate University, San Francisco, California 2006 Air War College, by Correspondence 2014 Joint Task Force Commander Course, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado

82 ASSIGNMENTS: 1. September April 1989, Student, Aircraft Maintenance Officer Course, Chanute Air Force Base, Illinois 2. April June 1990, Officer in Charge, Munitions Branch, Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho 3. June March 1992, Assistant Officer in Charge, 390th Aircraft Maintenance Unit, Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho 4. March December 1992, Maintenance Officer, 429th Electronic Combat Squadron, Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho 5. December September 1993, Officer in Charge, Fabrication Branch, 36th Maintenance Squadron, Bitburg Air Base, Germany 6. September February 1994, Assistant Squadron Maintenance Officer, 36th Maintenance Squadron, Bitburg Air Base, Germany 7. February March 1995, Sortie Support Flight Commander, 493rd Fighter Squadron, Royal Air Force Lakenheath, United Kingdom 8. March June 1996, Sortie Generation Flight Commander, 493rd Fighter Squadron, Royal Air Force Lakenheath, United Kingdom 9. June June 1998, United States Air Force Logistics Career Broadening Officer, Ogden Air Logistics Center, Utah 10. June June 1999, Deputy Chief, Technical Repair Division, Ogden Air Logistics Center, Utah 11. June June 2001, Squadron Maintenance Officer, 19th Fighter Squadron, Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska 12. June October 2002, Chief of Supply, 183rd Logistics Squadron, Springfield, Illinois 13. October August 2004, Commander, 183rd Maintenance Squadron, Springfield, Illinois 14. August September 2007, Commander, 183rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, Springfield, Illinois 15. October October 2009, Commander, 183rd Mission Support Group, Springfield, Illinois 16. October November 2012, Director of Logistics, First Air Force, Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida 17. November November 2014, Commander, 183rd Fighter Wing, Springfield, Illinois 18. November November 2015, Deputy Commander, Joint Task Force Guantanamo, Guantanamo Naval Station, Cuba 19. December Present, Assistant Adjutant General - Air, Illinois Air National Guard, Springfield, Illinois AWARDS AND DECORATIONS: Defense Superior Service Medal Legion of Merit Meritorious Service Medal (with 3 Oak Leaf Clusters) Air Force Commendation Medal Air Force Achievement Medal Joint Meritorious Unit Award Meritorious Unit Award Air Force Outstanding Unit Award (with 4 Oak Leaf Clusters) National Defense Service Medal (with Bronze Star) Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal Southwest Asia Service Medal (with 2 Bronze Stars) Global War On Terrorism Expeditionary Medal Global War on Terrorism Service Medal Armed Forces Service Medal Nuclear Deterrence Operations Service Medal Air Force Overseas Ribbon Long (with Oak Leaf Cluster)

83 Air Force Expeditionary Service Ribbon (with Gold Border and Oak Leaf Cluster) Coast Guard Special Operations Ribbon Air Force Longevity Service (with Silver Oak Leaf Cluster) Armed Forces Reserve Medal (with 2 'M' Devices) Small Arms Expert Marksmanship Ribbon (with Bronze Star) Air Force Training Ribbon North Atlantic Treaty Organization Medal Kuwait Liberation Medal Government of Kuwait EFFECTIVE DATES OF PROMOTION: Second Lieutenant June 1, 1988 First Lieutenant June 1, 1990 Captain June1, 1992 Major Oct. 1, 1999 Lieutenant Colonel Oct. 4, 2003 Colonel Oct. 30, 2009 Brigadier General Nov. 1, 2014 (Current as of June 2016)

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88 BG Ronald J. Place, MD, Commanding General, Regional Health Command Atlantic (Provisional), Fort Belvoir, VA Brigadier General Place hails from South Dakota where he graduated from the University of South Dakota cum laude with a degree in Chemistry and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant as a Distinguished Military Graduate of the ROTC program. A member of Alpha Omega Alpha honor medical society, he graduated from Creighton University School of Medicine, receiving a Doctor of Medicine cum laude. BG Place completed his General Surgery internship and residency training at Madigan Army Medical Center (MAMC) where he received the Major General Floyd L. Wergeland Award as Madigan s Outstanding Graduating Resident and was also selected as the Teaching Resident of the Year. BG Place s surgical assignments began as a staff General Surgeon at Martin Army Community Hospital, Ft. Benning, Georgia where he became Chief of the Ostomy and Wound Care Clinic. During this period, he was the Distinguished Honor Graduate of the Flight Surgeon s Course, and completed the AMEDD Officer s Advanced Course. BG Place next completed fellowship training in Colon and Rectal Surgery at the University of Texas Southwestern in Dallas and then returned to MAMC as a Colorectal Surgeon. He subsequently became MAMC s Assistant Chief of the Department of Surgery and obtained an appointment as Assistant Professor of Surgery, Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences. In October 2001, BG deployed as a General Surgeon with the 250 th Forward Surgical Team (Airborne) to Afghanistan. He was then assigned to Landstuhl Regional Medical Center (LRMC) as the Chief of Surgery. While in this billet, he deployed as a General Surgeon with the 67 th Forward Surgical Team during OIF I, Task Force Med Falcon IX to Kosovo, and the 249 th General Hospital (task organized to the 173 rd Support BN) for OEF VI. Upon his return, he became LRMC s Deputy Commander for Outlying Clinics. BG Place returned to MAMC as the Deputy Commander for Clinical Services and became MAMC s Principal Deputy Commander, gaining responsibility for the day-to-day operations of the Medical Center. He then served as Commander of USA MEDDAC Fort Knox/Ireland Army Community Hospital and USA MEDDAC Fort Stewart/Winn Army Community Hospital. After graduating from the National War College where he earned a Masters in National Security Strategy with a Health Strategy Concentration, he became the Assistant Surgeon General (Force Projection) at the Office of The Surgeon General. BG Place last served as the MEDCOM Deputy Chief of Staff (Quality and Safety). BG Place is a graduate of the Command and General Staff Officer Course, the National War College, is board certified in both General Surgery and Colorectal Surgery, and the author of over 40 peer reviewed articles and book chapters. His awards include the Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit with three oak leaf clusters, Bronze Star Medal with oak leaf cluster, the Presidential Unit Citation, Combat Action Badge, Combat Medic Badge, Flight Surgeon s Badge, The Surgeon General s A Designator for clinical excellence, the Order of Military Medical Merit, the Army Staff Identification Badge, and others. BG Place and his wife, Carol, live in Fort Belvoir, VA. They are the proud parents of Geoffrey Place of Harrisburg SD, Veronica Wyatt of Fort Bragg NC, and Harrison Place of Fort Hood, TX.

89 U N I T E D S T A T E S A I R F O R C E BRIGADIER GENERAL AARON M. PRUPAS Brig. Gen. Aaron Prupas serves as Director of ISR Strategy, Plans, Policy and Force Development to the Deputy Chief of Staff, ISR (A2), Headquarters U.S. Air Force, the Pentagon. He is responsible for the force development of over 25,000 ISR Total Force Airmen; the integration of ISR planning with the national intelligence community, Joint Staff and Air Force major commands; and the formulation of ISR vision, policy and strategy. General Prupas entered the Air Force in 1990 after receiving his commission from the U.S. Air Force Academy. He completed Intelligence Officer Training at Goodfellow AFB, Texas, in 1991 and is a career intelligence officer and weapons instructor. He has served in a variety of positions at the squadron, wing and combatant command levels. As an instructor at the U.S. Air Force Weapons School, General Prupas served as the Chief of Weapons School Academics and the editor-in-chief of the Air Force Weapons Review. General Prupas commanded the 19th Weapons Squadron, Nellis AFB, Nevada, and served as the Deputy Director for the Commander's Initiatives Group at U.S. Central Command. He also commanded the Air Force Technical Applications Center, Patrick AFB, Florida, and the National Air and Space Intelligence Center at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio. His combat deployments include Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and 386th Air Expeditionary Wing, Southwest Asia supporting Operation Southern Watch. During Operation Allied Force, he deployed to Aviano Air Base, Italy as the Chief of Intelligence for F-117 operations. He deployed to the Combined Air Operations Center, Prince Sultan Air Base, Saudi Arabia, in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and served in Kabul, Afghanistan, as the United States Central Command representative for the 2009 International Security and Assistance Force Commander's Strategic Assessment. Prior to his current assignment, he served as the Deputy Director of Intelligence, U.S. Forces Afghanistan, and Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff of Intelligence (DCOS Intelligence) to NATO Headquarters Resolute Support (Headquarters RS) in Kabul, Afghanistan.

90 EDUCATION 1990 Bachelor of Science in English, U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colo Squadron Officer School, Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala., by correspondence 1995 Squadron Officer School, Maxwell AFB, Ala Master of Arts in Information Systems Management, Webster University, St. Louis, Miss U.S. Air Force Weapons School, Nellis AFB, Nev Master of Arts in Military Operational Art and Science, Air University, Maxwell AFB, Ala Joint Forces Staff College, National Defense University, Norfolk, Va Air War College, by correspondence 2008 Master of Arts in National Security and Strategic Studies, Naval War College, Newport, R.I Executive Enterprise Leadership Seminar, Darden School of Business, University of Virginia, Charlottesville ASSIGNMENTS 1. July February 1991, Student, Air Intelligence Officer Course, 3486th Student Squadron, Air Training Command, Goodfellow AFB, Texas 2. February June 1992, Military Political Affairs Analyst, 544th Combat Applications Squadron, 544th Strategic Intelligence Wing, Offutt AFB, Neb. 3. June May 1993, Staff Support Intelligence Officer, U.S. Strategic Command, Offutt AFB, Neb. (February May 1993, Intelligence Watch Officer, Air Combat Operations Center, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia) 4. May June 1994, Space and Missile Event Officer, United States Space Command/North American Aerospace Command (NORAD), Cheyenne Mountain Air Station, Colo. 5. June July 1996, Deputy Chief, J2 (Intelligence) Special Activities, U.S. Space Command/NORAD, Peterson AFB, Colo. 6. July June 1998, Chief, 8th Fighter Squadron Intelligence Branch, 49th Fighter Wing, Holloman AFB, N.M. (December March 1997, 386th Air Expeditionary Wing, Southwest Asia) 7. June October 1999, Chief, Operations Intelligence Element, 49th Operations Support Squadron, 49th Fighter Wing, Holloman AFB, N.M. (February May 1999, Chief of Intelligence, 49th Expeditionary Operations Group, Aviano Air Base, Italy) 8. October March 2001, Assistant Director of Operations for Academics, U.S. Air Force Weapons School Intelligence Division, Nellis AFB, Nev. 9. March November 2001, Chief, Weapons School Academics, U.S. Air Force Weapons School, Nellis AFB, Nev. 10. November July 2003, Intelligence Flight Commander, 52nd Operations Support Squadron, 52nd Fighter Wing, Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany (March June 2002, Chief of Intelligence Weapons and Tactics, Combined Air Operations Center, Prince Sultan Air Base, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia) 11. July June 2004, Student, Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell AFB, Ala. 12. June June 2005, Course Instructor and Advisor, Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell AFB, Ala. 13. June June 2007, Commander, 19th Weapons Squadron, 57th Wing, Nellis AFB, Nev. 14. July July 2008, Student, College of Naval Warfare, Naval War College, R.I. 15. July June 2010, Deputy Chief, Commander's Initiatives Group, U.S. Central Command, MacDill AFB, Fla. 16. June May 2012, Commander, Air Force Technical Applications Center, Patrick AFB, Fla. 17. May May 2014, Commander, National Air and Space Intelligence Center, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio. 18. June April 2015, Principal Military Assistant to the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence, Office of the Secretary of Defense, Washington, D.C. 19. April 2015 April 2016, Deputy Director of Intelligence, U.S. Forces Afghanistan, and Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff of Intelligence to NATO Resolute Support Headquarters 20. July 2016 present, Director, ISR Strategy, Plans, Policy and Force Development, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, Washington, D.C. SUMMARY OF JOINT ASSIGNMENTS 1. July June 2010, Deputy Chief, Commander's Initiatives Group, U.S. Central Command, MacDill AFB, Fla., as a lieutenant colonel

91 2. June April 2015, Principal Military Assistant to the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence, Office of the Secretary of Defense, Washington, D.C., as a colonel 3. April 2015 April 2016, Deputy Director of Intelligence, U.S. Forces Afghanistan, and Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff of Intelligence to NATO Resolute Support Headquarters, as a brigadier general MAJOR AWARDS AND DECORATIONS Defense Superior Service Medal with oak leaf cluster Legion of Merit with oak leaf cluster Defense Meritorious Service Medal Meritorious Service Medal with four oak leaf clusters Joint Service Commendation Medal with oak leaf cluster Air Force Commendation Medal Joint Service Achievement Medal Air Force Achievement Medal with two oak leaf clusters OTHER ACHIEVEMENTS 1998 Outstanding graduate, U.S. Air Force Weapons School, Nellis AFB, Nev. EFFECTIVE DATES OF PROMOTION Second Lieutenant May 30, 1990 First Lieutenant May 30, 1992 Captain May 30, 1994 Major July 1, 2001 Lieutenant Colonel May 1, 2005 Colonel Sept.1, 2010 Brigadier General Aug. 3, 2015 (Current as of July 2016)

92 U N I T E D S T A T E S A I R F O R C E BRIGADIER GENERAL KYLE W. ROBINSON Brigadier General Kyle W. Robinson is the Vice Commander, Seventh Air Force, Air Forces Korea, and Chief of Staff, Air Component Command, Osan Air Base, South Korea. The Seventh Air Force mission is to organize, train, and equip warfighting forces supporting the Air Component Command assigned to the Combined Forces Command and perform missions that support United Nations Command armistice maintenance. General Robinson was commissioned into the U.S. Air Force as a distinguished graduate of the Reserve Officer Training Corps program. After receiving his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from MIT in 1989, he entered active duty and completed pilot training, where he was a Distinguished Graduate. He graduated with honors from defense language training prior to attending the Spanish Joint Senior Service School in Madrid, Spain and was a distinguished graduate of the Industrial College of the Armed Forces at Fort McNair, D.C. He has held numerous flying and staff positions and has commanded at the squadron, group, and wing level. Prior to being assigned to his current assignment, General Robinson served as Director, Chief of Staff of the Air Force s Strategic Studies Group, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, Washington, DC. EDUCATION 1989 Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering, MIT 1996 Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering, University of Idaho 1997 Squadron Officer's School, in residence 2002 Air Command and Staff College, by correspondence 2003 Defense Language Institute (Spanish), Monterey, Calif Spanish Joint Senior Service School, Madrid, Spain 2008 Industrial College of the Armed Forces, Ft McNair, D.C Leadership Enhancement Program, Center for Creative Leadership, NC 2012 Executive Leadership Seminar, Darden School of Business, Va Combined Force Air Component Commander Course, Maxwell AFB, AL ASSIGNMENTS 1. May May 1991, student, Undergraduate Pilot Training, William AFB, Ariz. 2. June January 1992, student pilot, B-1B Initial Qualification Training, Dyess AFB, Texas 3. February May 1994, B-1B Copilot and Aircraft Commander, 46th Bomb Squadron, Grand Forks AFB, N.D. 4. June December 1995, B-1B Aircraft Commander, 34th Bomb Squadron, Ellsworth AFB, S.D. 5. January April 1996, student pilot, Introduction to Fighter Fundamentals, Columbus AFB, Miss. 6. May January 1997, student pilot, F-15E Initial Qualification Training, Seymour Johnson AFB, N.C.

93 7. February February 2000, F-15E Instructor Pilot and Mission Commander, Chief of Squadron Scheduling, then Flight Commander, 494th Fighter Squadron, RAF Lakenheath, United Kingdom 8. March October 2002, F-15E Instructor Pilot and Mission Commander, Chief of Squadron Weapons, Assistant Chief of Wing Weapons, then Assistant Director of Operations, 335th Fighter Squadron, 4th Fighter Wing, Seymour Johnson AFB, N.C. 9. November May 2003, student, Spanish Department, Defense Language Institute, Presidio of Monterey, Monterey, Calif. 10. June June 2004, student, Spanish Joint Senior Service School (USAF Intermediate Development Education Equivalent), Madrid, Spain 11. June September 2005, Chief, Air Combat Command Senior Officer Management, Directorate of Personnel, Headquarters Air Combat Command, Langley AFB, Va. 12. September July 2007, Commander, 31st Test & Evaluation Squadron, Edwards AFB, Calif. 13. July June 2008, student, Industrial College of the Armed Forces, Fort McNair, Washington, D.C. 14. July June 2010, Deputy Commander, Joint Warfare Analysis Center, Dahlgren, Va. 15. June March 2012, Commander, 366th Operations Group, Mountain Home AFB, Idaho 16. April 2012 July Commander, 48th Fighter Wing, RAF Lakenheath, England 17. August 2014 May 2015, Director, Chief of Staff of the Air Force s Strategic Studies Group, Pentagon, Washington, D.C. 18. May 2015 Present, Vice Commander, Seventh Air Force, Air Forces Korea, and Chief of Staff, Air Component Command, Osan AB, South Korea SUMMARY OF JOINT ASSIGNMENTS July June 2010, Deputy Commander, Joint Warfare Analysis Center, Dahlgren, Va., as a Colonel May September 2011, Battle Director, Combined Air and Space Operations Center, Southwest Asia, as a Colonel FLIGHT INFORMATION Rating: Command Pilot Flight Hours: More than 3300 hours Aircraft Flown: F-15E, B-1B, HH-60G, F-15D, F-16D, AT-38B, T-38A MAJOR AWARDS AND DECORATIONS Legion of Merit with one oak leaf cluster Distinguished Flying Cross Defense Meritorious Service Medal Meritorious Service Medal with four oak leaf clusters Air Medal with five oak leaf clusters Air Force Commendation Medal with one oak leaf cluster Air Force Achievement Medal with one oak leaf cluster Gallant Unit Citation Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal Kosovo Campaign Medal Afghanistan Campaign Medal Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal Global War on Terrorism Service Medal Nuclear Deterrence Operations Service Medal NATO Medal EFFECTIVE DATES OF PROMOTION Second Lieutenant November 18, 1989 First Lieutenant November 18, 1991 Captain November 18, 1993 Major March 1, 2001 Lieutenant Colonel April 1, 2004 Colonel October 1, 2008 Brigadier General March 2, 2015 (Current as of Jul 2016)

94 Brigadier General Eric L. Sanchez Brigadier General Eric L. Sanchez is a 1987 Distinguished Military Graduate of New Mexico State University. Upon commissioning he served at Fort Bliss, Texas, from as a Platoon Leader and Battery Executive Officer in the 3rd Battalion, 43rd Air Defense Artillery Regiment and deployed in support of Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm in From 1992 to 1995 he served as the Battalion Logistics Officer, and commanded D Battery, 2nd Battalion, 43rd Air Defense Artillery Regiment, Fort Polk, Louisiana and deployed the unit twice to Southwest Asia. After battery command, he instructed at the Intelligence Officer Basic Course, Fort Huachuca, Arizona from 1995 to He was then assigned to the Joint Intelligence Center Pacific, Hawaii where he served his first Joint assignment as an Information Warfare Officer from 1997 to Following graduation from Command and General Staff College, he served as S-3 and XO of 2nd Battalion 43rd Air Defense Artillery Regiment from 2000 to He served as the Deputy Commanding Officer, 108th Air Defense Artillery Brigade from 2002 to 2003 and deployed in support of the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force during Operation Iraqi Freedom. He served his second Joint assignment as part of the United States Pacific Command Staff from 2003 to He then moved to Fort Shafter to assist in the stand-up of the 94th AAMDC from 2005 to In June 2006, he assumed command of the 1st Battalion 7th Air Defense Artillery Regiment and deployed the unit from Fort Bliss, Texas to the Republic of Korea from 2007 to Following battalion command, he served as Deputy Director, TRADOC Capabilities Manager-Lower Tier from 2008 to 2010, Fort Bliss, Texas. He commanded 35th Air Defense Artillery Brigade in Osan, Korea from 2011 to Following brigade command, he served as the Deputy Commander, 32d Army Air and Missile Defense Command. Brigadier General Sanchez' most recent assignment was as Commanding General, 94 th AAMDC. His current assignment is as the Commanding General, White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico. BG Sanchez' military education includes the Air Defense Artillery Basic and Advance Courses, the Combined Arms and Services Staff School and the Command and General Staff College. He holds Masters of Science degrees from Central Michigan University, and the Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island. BG Sanchez' awards include the Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit (1st Oak Leaf Cluster), Bronze Star (1st Oak Leaf Cluster), Defense Meritorious Service Medal (1st Oak Leaf Cluster), Army Meritorious Service Medal (2nd Oak Leaf Cluster), Army Commendation Medal with V device and (2nd Oak Leaf Cluster), Joint Service Achievement Medal, Army Achievement (1st Oak Leaf Cluster), Overseas ribbon (1st Oak Leaf Cluster), National Defense Service Medal, Southwest Asia Service medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terror Service medal, Korean Defense Service Medal, Kuwait Liberation Medal, and the Combat Action Badge. Brigadier General Sanchez and his wife Teresa have two children, Marilissa 24 and Sophia 21.

95 BIOGRAPHY U N I T E D S T A T E S A I R F O R C E BRIGADIER GENERAL CARL E. SCHAEFER Brig. Gen. Carl E. Schaefer is the Commander, 412th Test Wing, Edwards Air Force Base, California. He leads a wing of 7,847 personnel in the developmental test and evaluation of F-35, KC-46, F-22, F-16, B-1, B-2, B-52, C-17, C-130, KC-135, Global Hawk, joint remotely piloted aircraft and emerging technologies. Additionally, General Schaefer is the Installation Commander responsible for operating the base and supporting more than 12,000 active duty, reserve, civil service and defense contractors at Edwards, the second largest base in the U.S. Air Force. General Schaefer was commissioned in 1990 as a distinguished graduate from the U.S. Air Force Academy. He has served in a variety of flying and staff assignments to include command at the squadron, group and wing levels. General Schaefer is a U.S. Air Force Test Pilot School graduate and a command pilot with more than 3,000 flying hours in over 30 aircraft types. He has flown combat missions in support of Operations Deny Flight and Allied Force. Prior to his current assignment, he served as the Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Air Force and Chief of Staff of the Air Force for F-35 Integration. EDUCATION 1990 Distinguished Graduate, Bachelor of Science, Engineering Sciences, USAF Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado Squadron Officer School, Maxwell AFB, Alabama 2000 USAF Test Pilot School, Edwards AFB, California 2004 Master of Science, Systems Engineering, USAF Institute of Technology, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio 2004 Air Command & Staff College Seminar, Air Force Institute of Technology, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio 2010 Graduate with Distinction, Master of Strategic Studies, Air War College, Maxwell AFB, Alabama 2012 Enterprise Leadership Seminar, Darden School of Business, University of Virginia, Charlottesville ASSIGNMENTS 1. May 1990 Sep 1991, Student, Undergraduate Pilot Training, Williams AFB, Arizona 2. Sep 1991 Feb 1995, T-38 Instructor/Check Pilot, Vance AFB, Oklahoma 3. Feb 1995 May 1996, 2nd Infantry Division Air Liaison Officer, Camp Casey, South Korea 4. May 1996 Dec 1996, Student, F-15E, Seymour Johnson AFB, North Carolina 5. Dec 1996 Dec 1999, F-15E Instructor Pilot, Royal Air Force Lakenheath, England 6. Dec 1999 Feb 2001, Student, U.S. Air Force Test Pilot School, Edwards AFB, California 7. Feb 2001 Jul 2003, F-15/T-38 Instructor/Evaluator Test Pilot, Edwards AFB, California 8. Jul 2003 Sep 2004, Student, Air Force Institute of Technology, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio 9. Sep 2004 Jun 2006, F-22/F-15 Program Element Monitor, SAF/AQ, the Pentagon, Washington, District of Columbia 10. Jun 2006 Jul 2008, Commander, 445th Flight Test Squadron, Edwards AFB, California 11. Jul 2008 Jul 2009, Deputy Commander, 412th Operations Group, Edwards AFB, California

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