Colonel John S. Clark Jr., USAF

Former Military Fellow, U.S. Air Force

Former Military Fellow, U.S. Air Force.

Most recently served as the deputy assistant chief of staff for operations at United States Forces Korea, Combined Forces Command, United Nations Command. Master navigator with over 2,500 flight hours, including 33 hours combat time, principally in the F-15E.

Expertise:

U.S. national security policy; military strategy and the conduct of war.

Experience:

Numerous operational and staff assignments including MAJCOM, joint, and combined experience. Commanded at the squadron and group level. Served as vice wing commander at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. Master navigator with over 2500 hours in various aircraft including F-15E and F-4D,E,G.

Honors:

Distinguished Graduate Officer Training School; Distinguished Graduate Undergraduate Navigator Training; Distinguished Graduate Air Command and Staff College; Secretary of Defense Corporate Fellow, Lockheed Martin.

Selected Publications:

Keeping the Peace: Regional Organizations and Peacekeeping (Air University Press, Maxwell Air Force Base, 1997).

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