My first book, God Loves You: Some Restrictions May Apply (and Many Other Christian Dilemmas), was recently published and is available at fine booksellers everywhere. :-)
I am a retired Army Intelligence officer, former country director for a congressionally chartered nonprofit organization in South Korea, and currently living and working in New York City. I hold a bachelor's degree in political science and a master's degree in international relations. I am a graduate of both the US Army Command and General Staff College and the Joint Forces Staff College and am currently pursuing a second master's degree in professional writing from New York University.
In 1990, I began serving in the United States Army as a career military intelligence officer, retiring from Special Operations Command as a lieutenant colonel in 2011. In the interim, from commissioning to retirement, I served in a wide variety of staff and leadership positions globally, including combat operations in Iraq. Other overseas assignments and deployments include Germany, South Korea, Japan, Thailand, Egypt, Croatia, Spain, Qatar, Kuwait, Jordan, Bangladesh, and many others.
My hobbies include SCUBA diving, classical guitar, and traveling (forty-nine countries and forty-five states so far and counting).
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You asked about my name. It comes from an old Peter, Paul & Mary song, which I first heard as a cover on a Muppets album in the late 70's. I spell it "leetspeak" so it's harder for relatives to find me via Google searches.