Former President and Chief Executive Officer of First Communications Company (FCC)
Pro to the question "Should the US Have Attacked Iraq?"
"The first question the American public should ask is not what was wrong with the Intelligence reports on WMD in Iraq, but more importantly, why did it take so long to make a decision to go after the Iraqi regime?
Was it not enough that Saddam Hussein is guilty of major, multiple crimes against humanity -- maybe more so than the Serbian leaders now on trail in The Hague? Also, had he not already demonstrated a threat to the region and U.S. national security interest when he invaded Iran and then later Kuwait. Saddam made a very interesting comment after Gulf War I when he said that his only mistake was not going on to conquer Saudi Arabia.
Saddam should have been deposed much earlier."
"Insurgency Vs. Terrorism," U.S. Cavalry On Point
(accessed Mar. 1, 2007)
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Involvement and Affiliations:
Former President and Chief Executive Officer, First Communications Company (FCC), Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Retired Lieutenant Colonel, US Marine Corps
Commanding Officer (CO), Headquarters and Service Bn, 1st Force Service Support Group, deployed to the Gulf War
CO Brigade Service Support Group – 9, deployed to Somalia
CO MAU Service Support Group – 33, deployed to the Philippines and Korea
Branch Head, Headquarters Marine Corps, Special Operations and Low Intensity Conflict (SO/LIC)
Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of Defense for SO/LIC, assignments to Central America
US Agency for International Development (USAID)
US Cavalry Corp
Recipient, Navy League’s Alfred Thayer Mahan award for literary achievement
MA, International Relations, University of Southern California
MBA, Pepperdine University
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First Communications Company (FCC), Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, was a joint venture between Raytheon and a Saudi Company involved in Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (C4I) Systems for the Ministry of Defense and Aviation, Saudi Arabian National Guard and Ministry of Interior