Col. Dave McIntyre, Ph.D. (USA, Ret)

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Dr. David McIntyre [1] is the Deputy Director of the ANSER Institute for Homeland Security. Since joining the Institute, he has authored numerous articles and presentations on Homeland Security, to include commentaries and analyses available on the web at He has appeared frequently as a strategy and Homeland Security expert on FOX national news and Washington DC television (WUSA), as well as on CNBC, MSNBC, CNN's Crossfire, Voice of America, the US State Department's "Dialogue" series, Australian national television, the Canadian Broadcasting Network, and many US, Canadian and BBC radio programs. He is a weekly guest on the Roy Green Talk Show, Corus Ontario Radio Network, Canada, serving 7.5-million listeners in Ontario, New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Michigan, as well as the Chris Core Talk Show on WMAL, Washington, DC. He also teaches a graduate course in Homeland Security at George Washington University in Washington, DC.

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"In June 2001 Dr. McIntyre retired as a colonel after a 30 year Army career, culminating as the Dean of Faculty and Academic Programs at the National War College. As a faculty member, he taught courses in National Security Strategy, Military Strategy and Operations, Asia-Pacific Security, and strategy and culture. He also served as the Director of Research and Writing, and directed the incorporation of homeland security into the curriculum starting in 1999. For the previous six years, he worked strategic issues in the Office of the Army Chief of Staff in Washington, DC, and as the speechwriter for the Commander-in-Chief, United States Pacific Command, in Honolulu, Hawaii. As an armor officer, he was Airborne, Ranger, and Jumpmaster qualified, with ten years of joint experience. He served in airborne and armored cavalry units in both the United States and Germany, and on the faculty of the English Department at West Point.

"Dr. McIntyre holds a BS in Engineering from West Point, an MA in English and American literature from Auburn University, and a Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Maryland. He is a graduate of the US Army War College and the National War College."