General Louis C. Wagner, USA (ret.) graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1954 and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant, Armor, in the US Army. In over a thirty-five year military career he served throughout the world in a

Major General Larry Taylor served in Iraq in ’08-09 as a State Dept contractor, managing a program for Civilian Police International. General Taylor was born March 28, 1941, in New York City. He attended the Atlanta, Georgia, public schools and

Lieutenant General Theodore G. Stroup, Jr. most recently served as the Association of the United States Army’s Vice President, Education and as Executive Director of AUSA’s Institute of Land Warfare. Prior to his retirement from active service, General Stroup was

Chief Joseph M. Polisar began his service to the Garden Grove, California Police Department as Police Chief on June 1, 1998. Previously, he served as Chief of Police for the Albuquerque, New Mexico Police Department. Chief Polisar served as the

Vice Admiral James B. Perkins III, USN (Retired) is the President of L-3 Communications/TMA Corporation. TMA is headquartered in McLean, Virginia; employs over 500 people in ten primary offices and numerous field sites nationwide; and provides project engineering, technical services,

General Patterson retired from the United States Air Force after thirty-three years of distinguished service, during which he served in many important operational and managerial positions. From 1985 to his retirement in November 1989, he served as the first Commander,

Since March 1987, Joshua Muravchik has been a Resident Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research where he researches the United Nations, neoconservatism, the history of socialism and communism, the Arab-Israeli conflict, and global democracy, terrorism, and

Joseph M. Morris, Jr. has experience both in the public and private sectors. As a police executive, he demonstrated expertise in developing and maintaining Police/Public Safety and Security Standards for a large metropolitan police department and transportation agency. During his

General Moore was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the infantry upon graduation from the United States Military Academy on 3 June 1952. His initial assignment was to Korea as a rifle platoon leader in Company A, 7th Regiment, 3rd Infantry

Dave McCurdy was elected President of Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA) in October of 1998 and oversees the activities of the national trade organization that includes 2,500 member companies whose products and services range from the smallest electronics components to the