Douglas Dearth

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Douglas Dearth, is an advisor to the Lincoln Group. He has taught at the U.S. Army War College and is a consultant to the British and Canadian Ministries of Defence.[1]

A biographical note from the Canadian Department of National Defence website [2]:

Mr. Douglas Dearth Lecturer, Joint Military Intelligence Training Centre

Douglas Dearth teaches at the Joint Military Intelligence Training Centre in Washington D.C. A veteran of some 27 years in the intelligence business, he has had assignments dealing with Southeast Asian and Middle Eastern affairs, counter-terrorism, and crisis management, and has served at tactical, operational, and strategic levels. Prior positions include: Special Assistant to the Executive Director for the Defence Intelligence Agency, Advisor to the Commander-in-Chief of the US Special Operations Command, and Faculty Member at the US Army War College. Mr. Dearth served in both military and civilian capacities in the Republic of Viet Nam, holds degrees in International Relations and Political Science, and is a graduate of the US Army War College. He has lectured on security affairs in the United States, the United Kingdom and Canada and is the author of several articles. He is co-contributing co-editor of: Strategic Intelligence: Theory and Application (1995); Cyberwar: Security, Strategy, and Conflict in the Information Age (1996); and Cyber 2.0: Myths, Mysteries, and Realities (1998).


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  1. Mark Memmott, Most think propaganda campaign in Iraq wrong, USA Today, 22 Dec. 2005 (last accessed 1 June 2007).
  2. Canadian Department of National Defence, Douglas Dearth biography, discussant of the "Critical Infrastructure Protection: A Looming Threat on the Security Frontier?" seminar. (last accessed 1 June 2007).