Joint Military Operations / Information Operations / Cyberspace Operations
Dick Crowell is an associate professor of joint military operations at the U.S. Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island. He specializes in information operations and cyberspace operations. Additionally, he serves the Naval War College as the College of Naval Warfare coordinator for contemporary operating environments.
He has recently authored monographs on Information Operations and Cyberspace Operations. Hung on the Old Bridge Like Slaughtered Sheep describes how the U.S. is being out maneuvered in the information environment by adversaries like Al Qaeda and its associated movements (AQAM). War in the Information Age: A Primer for Cyberspace Operations in 21st Century Warfare frames the ability to understand cyberspace through operational art and the intertwining of cyberspace and human activity.
Professor Crowell is a retired naval aviator with nearly 30 years of flying, staff and planning experience. He served as the assistant air operations officer for the Commander Naval Air Forces Atlantic Fleet, the operations officer for the NATO Multi-Service Electronic Warfare Support Group, and a program manager for the Commander Navy Recruiting Command. Before joining the Naval War College faculty, he taught joint professional military education phase 2 at the Joint Forces Staff College (JFSC) and information operations at the Joint Command, Control and Information Operations School at JFSC.
He earned a Master of Arts in National Security and Strategic Studies from the Naval War College and a Bachelor of Science from Massachusetts Maritime Academy. firstname.lastname@example.org
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