COL John Angevine

COL John Angevine

Dates of Service: Jun 1983 - Jun 2013
RETIRED
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Promotions

  • 2LT May 83
  • 1LT Nov 84
  • CPT Jun 87
  • MAJ Feb 95
  • LTC Feb 00
  • COL Oct 05
Commissioning Source:  ROTC, Jun 1983

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Bio 

NATIONAL SECURITY CONSULTANT Dynamic leader with over 36 years of superior performance and result-driven leadership in large complex global enterprises. Proven strategic planner with experience developing new business opportunities, managing customer campaign plans, and delivering high-valued disruptive solutions.

Military Experiences

Apr 2012 - Mar 2013
Special Assistant to the Director
Coordinate and liaise with the Department of Defense, the Joint Staff, and Military Services to conduct Congressional mandated multi-year programs to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War. Evaluate Congressional mandate and Secretary of Defense’s guidance to develop and write strategic plan to guide a 13-year commemoration program.
Apr 2011 - Apr 2012
ISAF
Director, COMISAF CJ2 Red Team
Supervised 13 US and allied analysts critical to the Commanding General’s decision-making, formulation of alternative and competitive strategies, campaign and operational planning. Designed and implemented within two months a responsive and independent “think tank” capability improving intelligence operations integration and ISAF’s decision-making processes. Strengthened and guided ISAF senior leaders’ thinking, operational planning and synchronization across all aspects of campaign planning, command and control, and strategic communications.
Jun 2010 - May 2011
Federal Executive Fellow and Sr. Army Fellow
Conducted independent research and studies to provide strategic context for “Policy Analysis and Program Evaluation” areas of special interests to the Army Chief of Staff and Department of Defense. Authored “Mind the Capabilities Gap: How the Quest for High-End Capabilities Leaves the Australian Defense Force Vulnerable to Mission Failure”.
Jul 2009 - Jul 2010
MNF-I
Director, CJ2 A&P and J2, FSEC
Directed and led 300 intelligence personnel to support 4-star commanding general and his staff, US Embassy-Baghdad, US Central Command, and five subordinated commands with fused all-source intelligence and served as Director for Intelligence (J2) of the Force Strategic Engagement Cell. Developed and produced the Indication and Warning Program to monitor Iraq stability resulting in expedited predictive, strategic and operational risk mitigation for war fighters and shaped events. Coordinated and supported all disciplines of intelligence for sensitive diplomatic and military negotiations, resulting in return of captured American and allied persons to US control. Provided analytical support for force protection, including CI and C-IED.

Deployments

Ended in 2012
Afghanistan ribbon
Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) - Afghanistan
Director, COMISAF Red Team, CJ2, NATO International Security Assistance Force
Ended in 2010
Iraq ribbon
Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF)
Director, CJ2 Analysis and Production (JIOC) & Dir of Intel, Force Strategic Engagement Cell (FSEC)
Ended in 2004
South korea
South Korea
Chief of Operations, Combat Support Coordination Team #1, UN/CFC United Nations/Combined Forces Command (UN/CFC), Korea
Ended in 1990
Afsm
Operation Provide Comfort
Assistant Brigade S-4, 3rd Aviation Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division (MECH)

Military Credentials

Professional Development Schools

Jul 2004 - Jun 2005

Individual & Special Skill Schools

Started in Oct 1984

Senior Army Aviator

Additional Specialization(s)
Security Clearance
Top Secret/SCI or higher

Academic Degrees

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