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Ph.D. Mathematics. Colonel, USAF, retired. Long-time editor of the original Defense and the National Interest website (archived here — NO relationship to the site now at that address!), and blogs at Fast Transients. He is Adjunct Professor of Strategy and Quantitative Methods at Kennesaw St. University in Atlanta, and author of A Swift, Elusive Sword (2003), Certain to Win: The Strategy of John Boyd Applied to Business (2004), Neither Shall the Sword – Conflict in the Years Ahead (2005), and If We Can Keep It - A National Security Manifesto for the Next Administration (2008). Alth0ugh he played a decisive role in the creation and early days of the FM website, and still provides valuable guidance, he assumes no responsibility for the material on this website.
On active duty in the US Marine Corps, this young man has completed one tour in Afghanistan and will deploy there again in 2011.
In the 1938 novel Johnny Got His Gun, by Dalton Trumbo, Joe Bonham was a young soldier serving in World War I, who awoke in a hospital bed after being caught in the blast of an artillery shell. He gradually realizes that he has lost his arms, legs, and face, but that his mind functions perfectly, leaving him a prisoner in his own body, and embarks on a struggle to communicate, and to retain his own sanity.
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He retired in 2005 at the rank of Major after 24 years of active duty as an enlisted Marine and Army officer. He now works as a consultant to the municipalities, corporations, and the US Army. See this page for a list of his books and other publications.
He on retired from the Marine Corps after 30+ years of military service, including several combat tours. He co-authored the seminal paper “The Changing Face of War: Into the Fourth Generation”, Marine Corps Gazette, October 1989 (image here, text here). He has Master of Arts degrees in forensic psychology and in Business and Organizational Security Management. He teaches for the Administration of Justice Department of Palomar College (San Marcos, CA). Also, he consults for ABC-7 Los Angeles, Knowledge and Intelligence Program Professionals KIPP), and the Emergency Response Research Institute (ERRI). See this page for his background, education, and publications.
Marcus J. Ranum is the author of The Myth of Homeland Security (2003), and writes at his website about homeland security and computer security.
He is a world-renowned expert on security system design and implementation. He is recognized as an early innovator in firewall technology, and the implementor of the first commercial firewall product. Since the late 1980′s, he has designed a number of groundbreaking security products including the DEC SEAL, the TIS firewall toolkit, the Gauntlet firewall, and NFR’s Network Flight Recorder intrusion detection system.
He has been involved in every level of operations of a security product business, from developer, to founder and CEO of NFR. Marcus has served as a consultant to many FORTUNE 500 firms and national governments, as well as serving as a guest lecturer and instructor at numerous high-tech conferences. In 2001, he was awarded the TISC “Clue” award for service to the security community, and the ISSA Lifetime Achievement Award. Marcus is Chief Of Security for Tenable Security, Inc., where he is responsible for research in open source logging tools, and product training. He serves as a technology advisor to a number of start-ups, established concerns, and venture capital groups.
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(b) Who was Fabius Maximus?
Fabius Maximus (280 – 203 BC) saved Rome from Hannibal by recognizing Rome’s weakness and therefore the need to conserve its strength. He turned from the easy path of macho “boldness” to the long, difficult task of rebuilding Rome’s power and greatness. His life holds profound lessons for 21st Century Americans.
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