About the Expert
Colonel George “Marty” Reynolds, U.S. Air Force, served as the commander of the 55th Wing, Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska, where he was responsible for a seven thousand–member wing conducting intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance and electronic attack missions. His previous staff assignments included chief of Cyberspace Operations Division on the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and director of staff of the 12th Air Force. Reynolds is a 2003 national recipient of the Arthur S. Flemming Award. He holds a BS from the U.S. Air Force Academy, a BS from Pennsylvania State University, an MBA from Gonzaga University, an MA from George Washington University, and an MS from Air University.
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