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"Combating Domestic Terrorism"
A Symposium and Review by Intelligence, Law Enforcement, and Legal Experts
Wednesday, 19 October 2016, 8 am - 3 pm
This year's NCMF's Annual Symposium
looks at "Combating Domestic Terrorism" featuring Paul
Goldenberg, CEO, Cardinal Point Strategies, Co-Chair of
the DHS Foreign Fighter Task Force and Co-Chair of the DHS
Faith-Based Security Council. He will be joined by his associate, John Farmer, Professor of Law and Special Counsel
to the President of Rutgers University and former Attorney General
of New Jersey in providing their unique insights on their work in
Belgium and other parts of Europe following the recent terrorism
Forthcoming Book of the Week:
STALIN'S ENGLISHMAN: Guy Burgess, the Cold War, and the Cambridge Spy Ring
...the title of Andrew Lownie's close examination of an enigmatic member of the Cambridge Spy Ring. Guy Burgess was an engaging and charming companion to some; an unappealing, repellent, or utterly ruthless manipulator to others. A man of enormous contradictions and complexities. Lownie unravels these through primary documents and over 100 fresh interviews with people who knew Burgess personally, and most of whom have never spoken publicly until now.
"A crack biography of a man who was a preposterous enigma." – Kirkus Reviews
Section I - INTELLIGENCE HIGHLIGHTS$12M Federal Contract to MU to Found Education Program for National Intelligence Agency. Sailors, pilots, military service men and women deployed around the world, and government officials who make national security decisions all rely on the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) to provide them with timely geospatial information that is critical for planning and decision-making. The University of Missouri College of Engineering has just been awarded a five-year, $12 million contract to deliver a comprehensive data science education program that will provide cutting-edge analytical training for the NGA workforce and potentially other members of the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC). This new program will address key education and training needs identified by NGA.
Section II - CONTEXT & PRECEDENCEFuture Agents in Training: High School Students Get Inside Look at FBI Careers. It was just before noon when explosives detonated inside four cars on a grassy field near the FBI Training Academy in Quantico, Virginia. Shortly after the blasts, a group of high school students loaded up equipment and made their way downrange to investigate.
Section IV - Jobs, Obituaries, and Call for Papers
University of Maryland University College (UMUC in Largo, Maryland) seeks a Program Chair, INTELLIGENCE MANAGEMENT, for a specialization within the Graduate School's MS in Management Program. ID: 10561.
SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:
• Managing the development, promotion, and direction of the Intelligence Management specialization within the MS in Management program.
• Preparing, developing, and administering new degrees and courses within the specialization
• Leading the programs’ transitions to competency-based programs, to include creating, developing course content, and administering new courses.
• Recruiting, mentoring, and supervising faculty.
• Teaching courses within the specializations.
• Participation in the Graduate School’s Enhanced Learning Model program re-design initiative, including redesigning courses, learning resources, and assignments.
• Performing other job-related assignments.
• Program Chair will be expected to work onsite at the University’s Academic Center in Largo
REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
• Terminal degree in a field related to Intelligence management from an accredited institution of higher learning.
• 10 years of professional and/or managerial work experience in an intelligence-related field.
• Three years of teaching experience with excellent student evaluations, preferably online with adult, established part-time students.
• Excellent administrative, verbal and written communication skills.
• Experience in managing diverse teams and projects.
PREFERRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
• Educational and professional experience in intelligence from an accredited institution of higher learning is preferable, although otherwise strong candidates with experience in one area will be considered.
• Experience with competency-based education, teaching and mentoring and developing curriculum in new programs.
POSITION AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY & WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL FILLED. SALARY COMMENSURATE WITH EXPERIENCE
To apply, do so here.
Cooper, Wren at Bletchley Park. Margaret Cooper, who has died
aged 98, played a small but significant role at Bletchley Park in the
defeat of German U-boats.
She joined the WRNS in September 1941 and undertook her training at Westfield College, London which had been taken over by the Admiralty. Two weeks into her training she was resigned to becoming a cook, but late one night she and her class were called to the office of the senior WRNS officer who pointed to a letter on her desk, which she said came from Winston Churchill, asking for volunteers for work which was "very, very secret".
The officer knew no more except that the need for volunteers was urgent, and Margaret Cooper and her companions were told to sleep on the offer and decide in the morning. Eight of the 10 girls on the course volunteered and the next day they were put in a bus. They were surprised to be taken not to a seaport but into the country, and when they alighted, they found themselves at Bletchley Park, the headquarters of the Government's Code and Cypher School.
At first Margaret Cooper worked in Hut 11 on the bombes - the decoding machines which had been designed and built by Alan Turing, Gordon Welchman and Harold Keen. She remembered broken windows, no heating, round-the-clock working, and exhaustion, and by February 1942 she was seriously ill with flu. She also remembered her pride later that year when Montgomery's army brought Rommel's to a halt in the Western Desert partly because British submarines, cued from Bletchley, had sunk so many German supply ships in the Mediterranean. [Read more: TheTelegraph/30August2016]
AFIO EDUCATIONAL EVENTS IN COMING TWO MONTHS....
Wednesday, 7 September 2016, 6 pm - Las Vegas, NV - AFIO Las Vegas Chapter hears Dr. Wilfred Krom on "Present Day South Africa, Through the Eyes of an Expatriate."
Wilfred Krom, M.D., FRCS, MCh (Orth) FAAOS, is the
featured speaker at this fall kick-off event by the AFIO Las Vegas, NV
Chapter. His topic will be "Present Day South Africa, Through the Eyes of
Krom was born and educated in South Africa. After graduating from medical school in 1959, while pursuing a career in Orthopedic Surgery, he resided in Johannesburg, Capetown, London, Liverpool, Los Angeles, and New York City. He practiced pediatric orthopedics in New York City for three years before finally settling in Los Angeles, where he remained in practice for more than 33 years. Dr. Krom retired from the medical field in 2006. He is a Board certified Orthopedic Surgeon, a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, a Fellow of The Royal College of Surgeons of England, and holds a Master's Degree in Orthopedic Surgery from the University of Liverpool. He has been affiliated with the teaching staffs at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical in New York City, as well as USC and UCLA. Dr. Krom permanently left South Africa in 1967, and became a proud American citizen in 1978. He still has several relatives that reside in South Africa with whom he maintains frequent correspondence. Dr. Krom has an avocation as a jazz chromatic harmonica player with his own band, which he pursues with vigor. Dr. Krom will be discussing the status of present day South Africa, including the resources, economy, short and long-term outlook, and its place on the continent.
Location: Conference Center at Texas Station Casino, 2101 Texas Star Ln,
North Las Vegas, NV (corner of Rancho Blvd. and West Lake Mead Blvd.)
North Las Vegas, NV 89032
RSVP: Christy Zalesny at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 702-271-5667.
Thursday, 8 September 2016, 11:30 am - 1:30 pm - Scottsdale, AZ - AFIO AZ hosts SSA George K. Steuer, FBI Phoenix, on "Threat Mitigation."
SSA George K. Steuer, FBI Phoenix, Squad NS-9, will talk
about the Threat Mitigation Squad which fully integrates their
investigation and operations planning. Steuer is a retired senior IC
The National Security Threat Mitigation Squad is comprised of 10 SAs, Task Force Officers, and intelligence personnel dedicated to thoroughly vetting and mitigating tips and leads of National Security concern. The squad is an integral component of the Arizona Intelligence Fusion Center and works in tandem with Terrorism Liaison Officers throughout the State.
Prior to assuming his current leadership role, George was the SSA over PX's combined Human Trafficking-Violent Crimes Against Children Task Force which served as a model for other FBI divisions to emulate. Additionally, the proactive and innovative techniques utilized by the Task Force to identify and arrest traffickers, and rescue victims leading up to the 2015 Super Bowl was awarded the 2015 International Association of Chiefs of Police Civil Rights Award.
Steuer previously served as an Assistant Legal Attach' in Kabul, Afghanistan where he had management responsibilities over the FBI's Afghan capacity building and international liaison missions. George previously deployed to Iraq in 2005 and Afghanistan in 2007 working insurgent and terror organization threats.
Prior to joining the FBI in November of 1998, George worked for United States Senator Daniel K. Inouye for eight years.
Location: Best Western Thunderbird Suites, 7515 E Butherus Dr, Scottsdale, AZ 85260.
Price: $18 pp.
RSVP email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or call and leave a message on 602.570.6016.
10 September 2016, 11:30am - Melbourne, FL - The AFIO Florida Satellite Chapter hosts Louis Pernice on "The History of Homeland Security."
Guest Speaker at this kick-off event for the fall season is Louis
Pernice, speaking on "The History of Homeland Security: The
American Experience from our Independence to 911." It will be presented
from abroad perspective covering both constitutional, budgetary and social
issues. Lou will also be covering the topic starting from the early
colonial days of defending our borders through the Civil War, both World
Wars, the Cold War, evolution of transnational terrorist threat and up to
the 9/11 attacks.
Lou's professional background includes: Career law enforcement professional with a leadership record spanning over 40 years of demonstrated success in five federal/state law enforcement/support agencies including: United States Treasury Department - Internal Revenue Service; US Department of Agriculture - Office of Inspector General; US Department of Justice - Office of the Inspector General; US Immigration and Naturalization Service - Office of Professional Responsibility; and the Brevard Police Testing and Selection Center. Lou holds a Masters Degree in Public Administration from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York and hold a BachelorsDegree in Psychology from Brooklyn College in New York.
Event will be held at Indian River Colony Club, 1936 Freedom Drive, Melbourne, FL 32940.
For more information or to register, do so at this chapter website link.
Thursday, 15 September 2016, 11:30am - Colorado Springs area, CO - AFIO Rocky Mountain Chapter hosts Elizabeth Boardman discussing "Cybersecurity 101: Types of Cybersecurity, Recent Threats, Personal Cybersecurity Safety, Tools Going Forward."
Elizabeth Boardman discusses "Cybersecurity 101: Types
of Cybersecurity, Recent Threats, Personal Cybersecurity Safety, Tools
Going Forward" at this Rocky Mountain Chapter first meeting of the fall
After going through Naval ROTC in the first class of women at Ohio State University, Elizabeth Boardman served for 8 years in the Navy and 21 years in the Naval Reserve, with postings in Groton, Norfolk, South Korea, Munich, and many others in 8 states, including a tour on the national staff for the Commander, Naval Reserve Intelligence in Dallas. She also worked for Boeing in Alaska and Lockheed Martin in Maryland. Her last position was in Colorado Springs.
She has two Bachelor degrees and a Master's Degree in Computer Security and in Information Assurance.
Please RSVP to Tom VanWormer at email@example.com for more details. The cost of the meal is $15.
All presentations to the RMC, AFIO are on the basis of non-attribution so the speakers can feel free to provide information with the assurance it will not be published.
15 September 2016, 12:30 - 2 pm - Los Angeles, CA - AFIO'L.A hosts Maj. Gen. Mark MacCarley, US Army, (Ret) on "Integrating the Active Army, Guard, and Army Reserve for Enhanced National Security Readiness."
Maj. Gen.(Ret) MacCarley will be discussing 'Integrating
the Active Army, Guard, and Army Reserve into one Army to optimize
readiness and enhance National Security."
Brief Bio: Among Maj. Gen. MacCarley's many accomplishments in the United States Army he has served in the following key positions:
Deputy Chief of Staff, United States Army Training and Doctrine Command; Deputy Commanding General ' Support,1st Army and Commander, 1st Army Reserve Support Command; Deputy Commanding General, 1st Theater Sustainment Command, headquartered at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait; Deputy Commanding General, 8thTheater Sustainment Command, Fort Shafter, Hawaii; Deputy Defense Coordinating Officer and Regional Emergency Preparedness Liaison Officer, US Fifth Army; and Chief of Staff, 377th Theater Sustainment Command, Camp Arifjan, Kuwait.
Location: L.A.P.D.-ARTC, 5651 W Manchester Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90045
Please RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org to attend. Refreshments will be served.
Other Upcoming EventsFriday September 9, 2016 - noon to 2 pm - The Loudoun Crime Commission Luncheon features Frank J. Gaffney, Jr., on "Why There Can Be No Substitute for Victory Over Jihad."
Mr Frank Gaffney's presentation is titled 'Why There
Can Be No Substitute for Victory Over Jihad.' The global jihad movement is
the premier threat to Western Civilization of the 21st century. Jihadists
use both violent and pre-violent techniques (including subversion,
influence operations, infiltration, propaganda, law fare, migration,
material support for terrorism, etc.) against all pillars of American
civilization (in particular, our political system,
military/intelligence/law enforcement communities, media, clergy, economy,
education system, courts, etc.). The jihad must be effectively and
decisively countered, rolled back, dismantled and ultimately defeated
through the sustained use of a comprehensive, fact-based approach
involving all instruments of national power at the federal, state and
local levels, and wherever possible, the help of like-minded allies.
Gaffney is founder/ and president of the Center for Security Policy (CSP) in Washington, DC. The Center is a resource for timely analyses of foreign and defense policy matters. Prior to founding CSP, Gaffney served as the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Nuclear Forces and Arms Control Policy in the Reagan administration. Additionally, Mr. Gaffney was a Professional Staff Member on the Senate Armed Services Committee, chaired by Senator John Tower (R-Texas).
This event falls 2 days before 13th Anniversary of 9/11 terrorist attacks on US.
Location: the Belmont Country Club. Cost $25 pp. cash or check.
RSVP by 6 September to RSVP@loudouncrimecommission.org.
Thursday, 15 September 2016, 11:30 am - 1 pm - Washington, DC - Daniel Morgan Academy hosts a "by invitation only" talk on "The NYPD Confronts Terrorism: Leading the Response to the 9/11 Attack" by David Cohen, former CIA DDO, former NYPD Deputy Commissioner for Intelligence
The Daniel Morgan Academy hosts an invitation-only national security lecture by David Cohen, Former CIA Deputy Director for Operations, Former NYPD Deputy Commissioner for Intelligence followed by Q&A. Reception begins at 11:30 am; Cohen talk from noon to 1 pm.
David Cohen is an expert on intelligence analysis and operations, with
four decades of government experience at CIA and the NYPD Police
Mr. Cohen served as Deputy Commissioner of NYPD for Intelligence, established in the wake of the 9/11 attacks. He was responsible for revolutionizing the way the NYPD and its nearly forty thousand employees collected, analyzed, and shared intelligence, as well as how the organization leveraged traditional intelligence collection and analysis methods to improve operations and inform the NYPD's counter-terrorism strategies. Prior to that position, Cohen served as CIA's DDO where he led what was then called the National Clandestine Services.
LOCATION: Daniel Morgan Academy, 1620 L St NW 7th Flr, Washington, DC 20036. Near Farragut North and West Metro Stations
If you received a direct invite, use the links in that invitation to register. Other who wish to explore attending should contact Frank Fletcher, Director of Lectures and Seminars, Daniel Morgan Academy, at Fletcher@DanielMorgan.academy or call him at 202-759-4988 to see if space is available.
Monday, 19 September 2016, 6:30pm - Washington, DC - Storm Over Leyte with John Prados - at the International Spy Museum
As the Allies prepared for the invasion of the Philippine island of Leyte, every available warship, submarine, and airplane was placed on alert while Japanese admiral Kurita Takeo stalked Admiral William F. Halsey's unwitting American armada. It was the beginning of the epic Battle of Leyte Gulf - the greatest naval battle in history. Join acclaimed historian John Prados, author of the new book Storm Over Leyte, for an unprecedented look at both sides of this titanic naval clash. Drawing upon a wealth of untapped sources - US and Japanese military records, diaries, declassified intelligence reports, and postwar interrogation transcripts - Prados offers up a masterful narrative of naval conflict on a gigantic scale. With access to the naval intelligence reports that influenced key strategic decisions on both sides, find out why Prados believes that despite the Americans' overwhelming superiority in firepower and supplies, the Japanese found a new weapon and achieved part of their goal. The event is co-sponsored by the Naval Intelligence Professionals (NIP). Tickets: $10. Visit www.spymuseum.org
20 September 2016, 11:30 am - 1 pm - McLean, VA - The Defense Intelligence Forum (DIA Alumni Association) hosts Thomas McCabe on "China's Air and Space Revolutions."
Thomas R. McCabe will speak on "China's Air and Space
Revolutions" at this DIA Alumni Association luncheon known as "the Defense
Intelligence Forum." McCabe was a career analyst for DOD. He started his
long government career as in the Marines, and his intelligence career as a
second lieutenant in the USAF. He worked as a Middle East military
analyst, a counterterrorism analyst for DIA, and as a Russian theater
aviation analyst. He has published numerous articles on air and space
power theory in a variety of well-regarded trade publications. He retired
as lieutenant colonel from the U.S. Air Force and obtained a BA degree
from West Chester State College, MA degree from Georgetown University and
MS degree from the Defense Intelligence College.
Location: Pulcinella Restaurant, 6852 Old Dominion Dr, McLean, VA.
Fee: Pay at door by check for $29 payable to DIAA, Inc.
Registration starts at 1130 AM, lunch at 1200
The attribution rule for this presentation will be provided at the beginning of the presentation.
RSVP by 19 September by email to email@example.com. Include names, telephone numbers, and email addresses. At time of registration, provide for each guest their entree choice: chicken cacciatore, or tilapia puttanesca, or lasagna, or sausage with peppers, or fettuccini with portobella.
Checks are preferred, but will accept cash; however, credit card payments are discouraged.
Wednesday, 21 September 2016, noon - Washington, DC - True Believer: Stalin's Last American Spy - at the International Spy Museum
Noel Field betrayed his country and crushed his family. Once a well-meaning and privileged American, Field spied for Stalin during the 1930s and '40s. Used as a pawn in Stalin's sinister master strategy, he was ultimately kidnapped and tortured by the KGB and forced to testify against his own Communist comrades. Join journalist Kati Marton, author of True Believer, as she explains how this Ivy League-educated, US State Department employee, deeply rooted in American culture and history, became a hardcore Stalinist. With a reporter's eye for detail and a historian's grasp of the cataclysmic events of the twentieth century, Marton will discuss how she uncovered Field's quest for a life of meaning that went horribly wrong through her unprecedented access to Field family correspondence, Soviet Secret Police records, and reporting on key players including Alger Hiss, CIA Director Allen Dulles, World War II spy master "Wild Bill" Donovan, and Josef Stalin himself. No registration is required. Tickets: FREE. Visit www.spymuseum.org
Wednesday, 19 October 2016, 8 am - 3 pm - Laurel, MD - Paul Goldenberg, John Farmer and Distinguished Panelists address "Combating Domestic Terrorism" at this National Cryptologic Museum Foundation's 18th Annual Symposium and Membership Meeting
This year's NCMF's Annual Symposium looks at "Combating Domestic
Terrorism" featuring Paul Goldenberg, CEO, Cardinal
Point Strategies, Co-Chair of the DHS Foreign Fighter Task Force and
Co-Chair of the DHS Faith-Based Security Council. He will be joined by his
associate, John Farmer, Professor of Law and Special
Counsel to the President of Rutgers University and former Attorney General
of New Jersey in providing their unique insights on their work in Belgium
and other parts of Europe following the recent terrorism events there.
We also have an exciting lineup of speakers for the afternoon session which will feature a notable panel of local law enforcement officials who will offer their perspective on protecting Maryland's citizens, property and information in the wake of terrorism and domestic unrest.
Panel Members are: Kemp Ensor, NSA Associate Director of Security and Counterintelligence; Kevin Perkins, FBI Special Agent in Charge, Baltimore Field Office; Col. William Pallozzi, Superintendent, Maryland State Police, and panel moderator Richard C. Schaeffer, President, National Cryptologic Museum Foundation.
Also joining the afternoon discussions will be Ronald Lee, Partner, Arnold & Porter LLP and former NSA General Counsel and Associate Deputy Attorney General of the Department of Justice, speaking on protecting the privacy rights of U.S. citizens in the fight against terrorism.
REGISTRATION and NCMF exhibits open at 0800. A continental breakfast will be available from 0800-0900 and lunch will be served from 1200-1300. Speaker presentations run 0900-1500.
LOCATION: Event will be held at Johns Hopkins University/APL Kossiakoff Center, 11100 Johns Hopkins Rd., Laurel, MD 20723. Once you reach the APL at Johns Hopkins Rd, Turn right on Pond Road, just past the service station. Follow the signs to the Kossiakoff Center parking on the lower lot. The lower level parking lot near the Kossiakoff Center is recommended and a shuttle service will operate from 0745-1530 for your convenience. More granular driving directions are available here.
ALL PRESENTATIONS ARE NON-ATTRIBUTION AND RECORDING DEVICES ARE PROHIBITED.
The fee for NCMF members is $30 and guests $60 (includes a one-year guest membership). Register online at www.cryptologicfoundation.org. Registration closes on Friday, 14 October. Or you may mail-in your registration fee to NCMF, P.O. Box 1682, Fort George G. Meade, MD 20755-9998.
28 - 29 October 2016 - The Hague, Netherlands - "Witness to Change: Intelligence Analysis in a Changing Environment" is topic of the NISA 25th Anniversary Conference
The Netherlands Intelligence Studies Association (NISA) celebrates its
25th anniversary with a two-days conference. Main theme is the strongly
changed environment of the intelligence analyst during these past 25
In other words: the 25th anniversary as a symbol for the revolutionary changes in the intelligence world with which analysts have to deal; both external developments (the onset of a multipolar world, asymmetric conflicts, the information revolution), and internal changes (in collecting, processing, dissemination, legitimization and supervision).
These developments forced intelligence analysts and organisations to adapt work processes and methods and techniques. Intelligence analysts still mostly operate in secret, but the demands of intelligence consumers and the public have changed over the last 25 years. Social and technological developments have changed the playing field and the rules of the game for the intelligence analyst, leading to an enormous growth in (publicly) available information and means of communication, and demands for more transparency and accountability. Aim of the conference is to touch on the consequences of this changed environment, and to look ahead.
Participants are invited to listen to distinguished experts in the field, and to enter into discussions on various topics relating to intelligence analysis.
The Conference will be held at the Nationaal Archief (the National
Archive), Prins Willem Alexanderhof 20, The Hague, the Netherlands.
The conference program may be viewed here as a PDF.
Conference Fee: Standard Fee: Eur175; Student Fee: Eur80 (proof of status
required). Fee covers registration, lunch and drinks.
To join the Conference Diner on Friday 28 October 2016, an extra fee of Eur30 is applicable.
To Register: For registration: fill this form. After registration you will receive
further information as regards payment of the conference fee and the
programme. There is a limited number of seats. Registration for the
conference will close on 15 October 2016.
For further information please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
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