Colonel Glenn Voelz has served in a variety of military and intelligence community assignments including positions at the Defense Intelligence Agency, on the Joint Chiefs of Staff and White House Situation Room. He was an Assistant Professor of History at West Point and the senior U.S. military intelligence advisor to the Saudi Arabian Ministry of Defense, as well as other assignments in Asia, the Middle East, Europe and Africa. Most recently he was nominated as the Army War College Fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Security Studies Program and MIT’s Lincoln Laboratory, conducting research in the areas of defense strategy and military innovation. He is currently the senior intelligence analyst on the International Military Staff at NATO Headquarters in Brussels, Belgium. Colonel Voelz is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point and holds advanced degrees from the University of Virginia and the National Intelligence University in Washington, DC.
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