Joint Special Operations Universityand the Strategic Studies Department
Te Joint Special Operations University (JSOU) provides its publicationsto contribute toward expanding the body o knowledge about joint specialoperations. JSOU publications advance the insights and recommendationso national security proessionals and the Special Operations Forces (SOF)students and leaders or consideration by the SOF community and deenseleadership.JSOU is the educational component o the United States Special Opera-tions Command (USSOCOM), MacDill Air Force Base, Florida. Te JSOUmission is to educate SOF executive, senior, and intermediate leaders andselected other national and international security decision makers, bothmilitary and civilian, through teaching, outreach, and research in thescience and art o joint special operations. JSOU provides education to themen and women o SOF and to those who enable the SOF mission in a jointenvironment.JSOU conducts research through its Strategic Studies Department whereeort centers upon the USSOCOM mission and the commander’s priorities.
Provide ully capable special operations orces to deend theUnited States and its interests. Plan and synchronize operations againstterrorist networks.
Te Strategic Studies Department also provides teaching and curricu-lum support to Proessional Military Education institutions—the sta colleges and war colleges. It advances SOF strategic inuence by its interac-tion in academic, interagency, and United States military communities.Te JSOU portal is https://jsoupublic.socom.mil.
Joint Special Operations University
Brian A. Maher, Ed.D., SES,
Lieutenant Colonel Michael C. McMahon, U.S. Air Force,
Strategic Studies Department Director
William W. Mendel, Colonel, U.S. Army, Ret.; Jerey W. Nelson, Colonel, U.S. Army, Ret.;and William S. Wildrick, Captain, U.S. Navy, Ret —
Resident Senior Fellows
Editorial Advisory Board
John B. AlexanderPh.D., Education,
Te Apollinaire Groupand JSOU Senior Fellow
Joseph D. CeleskiColonel, U.S. Army, Ret.
JSOU Senior Fellow
Chuck CunninghamLieutenant General, U.S. Air Force, Ret.
Proessor o Strategy, Joint Advanced Warghting School and JSOU Associate Fellow
Gilbert E. DoanMajor, U.S. Army, Ret.,
JSOU Institutional Integration Division Chie
Brian H. GreenshieldsColonel, U.S. Air Force
SOF Chair, Naval Postgraduate School
Tomas H. HenriksenPh.D., History,
Hoover InstitutionStanord University and JSOU Senior Fellow
Russell D. HowardBrigadier General, U.S. Army, Ret.
Faculty Associate, Deense Critical Language/ Culture Program, Manseld Center, Universityo Montana and JSOU Senior Fellow
John D. JogerstColonel, U.S. Air Force, Ret.
USAF Special Operations School Commandant
Alvaro de Souza PinheiroMajor General, Brazilian Army, Ret.
JSOU Associate Fellow
James F. Powers, Jr.Colonel, U.S. Army, Ret.
Director o Homeland Security,Commonwealth o Pennsylvania and JSOU Associate Fellow
Richard H. Shultz, Jr.Ph.D., Political Science
Director, International SecurityStudies Program, Te Fletcher School, usUniversity and JSOU Senior Fellow
Stephen SloanPh.D., Comparative Politics
University o Central Florida
Robert G. Spulak, Jr.Ph.D., Physics/Nuclear Engineering
Sandia National Laboratoriesand JSOU Associate Fellow
Joseph S. StringhamBrigadier General, U.S. Army, Ret.
Alutiiq, LLC and JSOU Associate Fellow
Graham H. urbiville, Jr.Ph.D., History,
Courage Services, Inc.and JSOU Senior Fellow
Jessica Glicken urnley Ph.D., Cultural Anthropology/Southeast Asian Studies
Galisteo Consulting Groupand JSOU Senior Fellow
Rich YargerPh.D., History,
Proessor o National Security Policy, U.S. Army War Collegeand JSOU Associate Fellow