Lt Col Robert Hill
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Lt Col Robert Hill

Dates of Service: Sep 1990 - Jul 2013
RETIRED
80% Complete
46 Contacts
Influence Score: 5,889
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Promotions

  • 2d Lt May 90
  • 1st Lt Jul 92
  • Capt Jul 94
  • Maj
  • Lt Col Aug 06
Commissioning Source:  ROTC, May 1990

Recent Activity  -

Professional Summary 

Twenty-five-year defense career in space and nuclear operations, arms control verification and compliance, combating weapons of mass destruction (WMD), ballistic missile defense, political-military affairs, training, and administration.

Military Experiences

Jun 2012 - Jul 2013
Toeroek Associates
Senior Arms Control Policy Officer
Advised HQ Air Force Space Command senior leadership on policy, implementation, and compliance of eight arms control treaties and agreements (New START, Open Skies, INF, Outer Space Treaty, CWC, BWC, HCOC, and Rescue Agreement). Directed 19-member arms control team at six Air Force installations in four States.
Jun 2011 - Jun 2012
J3
Joint Operations Planner
Led cross-functional planning teams to research policy, gather data, conduct analysis and draft executive-level decision options for planned and unexpected future regional operations in Europe and Eurasia. Provided subject matter expertise for strategy development, operations planning and international negotiations for theater space operations and U.S.-Allied missile warning.
Jun 2010 - Jun 2011
J3
Chief, Missile Warning/Shared Early Warning
Advised senior leadership on all facets of bilateral missile warning agreements with Israel and NATO. Co-chaired U.S.-Israeli subcommittee. Developed and executed multi-national conventional and WMD/CBRN ballistic missile exercises. Provided subject matter expertise for strategy development, operations planning and international negotiations for theater space operations and U.S.-Allied missile warning.
Jun 2007 - Jun 2010
DTRA
Liaison Officer to USEUCOM and NATO-SHAPE
Supervised 3-member team that represented Director of $2.5 billion Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) at United States European Command and NATO-SHAPE (key stakeholders). Integrated organizational strategies and objectives that informed executive management in annually tailoring $430M in combating weapons of mass destruction (WMD) expenditures throughout Europe/Eurasia. Reported directly to DTRA Associate Director for Operations (SES).

Deployments(s)

(9 months)
Oct 2005 - Nov 2005
Russia
Arms control treaty inspection.
Mar 2005 - Apr 2005
Russia
Arms control treaty inspection.
May 2004 - Jun 2004
Russia
Arms control treaty inspection.
Sep 2004 - Oct 2004
Russia
Arms control treaty inspection.

Military Credentials

Professional Development Schools

Ended in 2005

Joint Forces Staff College Joint and Combined Warfighters School

Individual & Special Skill Schools

2012

USAF Advanced Missile Warning/Missile Defense Workshop

2012

USAF Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) Course

2012

DTRA New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (NST) Orientation Course

2010

DSS Foreign Disclosure Orientation Course

Foreign Language Skills

DLAB (124)

Security Clearance
Top Secret/SCI or higher

Civilian Experiences

Jan 2015 - Present
Senior National Security Analyst
Advises Director, Treaty Compliance and Homeland Defense (SES), Office of the Secretary of Defense, on policy, implementation, and compliance of conventional arms control treaties that affect Department of Defense (DoD) activities. NOTE: Moved to subcontractor for re-compete. Same position as with SAIC.
Dec 2013 - Jan 2015
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Defense Policy Analyst
Advises Director, Treaty Compliance and Homeland Defense (SES), Office of the Secretary of Defense, on policy, implementation, and compliance of conventional arms control treaties that affect Department of Defense (DoD) activities.