Edward W. Seibert, Select One

Military Professor Joint Military Operations Department
Lt. Col., U.S. Air Force
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Biography

Lt. Col. Ed Seibert is a military professor for the Joint Military Operations Department. As a career intelligence officer, he has completed numerous assignments throughout Europe and Asia with deployments to Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar and NATO HQ Resolute Support, Kabul, Afghanistan. In addition to these and other intelligence assignments, he taught at Squadron Officer College, Air Education and Training Command at Maxwell AFB, Alabama. He began his military career in 1992 as an enlisted Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape Specialist. He received a M.A. from Hawaii Pacific University.

Areas of Expertise

  • Intel
  • Search and Rescue

Professional Highlights

2017

Deputy Director, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance, Yokota Air Base, Japan

Served as the 5th Air Force Deputy A2 at Yokota Air Base, Japan. Worked with the Japan Air-Self Defense Force (JASDF) and US Forces Japan (USFJ). Provided direct support against North Korean TBM launches in the Sea of Japan. Monitored adversary aircraft operating near US and JASDF assets.
2015

Chief, Collections Requirements Management, HQ Resolute Support, Kabul, Afghanistan

Deployed to Kabul and provided ISR support to coalition forces. Managed the allocation of various ISR platforms and monitored real-time ISR operations.
2013

Chief, Exercises Branch, United States Forces Korea J2, USAG Yongsan, Korea

Created and executed exercises Ulchi Freedom Guardian and Key Resolve. Worked directly with Republic of Korea personnel to develop realistic exercise scenarios for the defense of South Korea against a North Korean attack.
2011

Chief, Eurasia Branch, SHAPE Survey, Mons, Belgium

Provided intelligence support to Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE). Supported a range of NATO missions. Worked with NATO partners to produce and distribute combined intelligence to the Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR)

Education

National Defense University, Joint forces Staff College, Joint & Combined Warfighting School, 2014

Air University, Air War College, 2013, Correspondence Course

Certificate, Auburn University Montgomery, 2009, Certified Financial Planner Course

Air University, 2007, Advanced Principles of Instruction Course

Air University, Air Command and Staff College, 2007, Correspondence Course

Air University, 2006, Fundamentals of Instruction Course

Air University, Squadron Officer School, 2004, Correspondence Course

Army Air Assault School, Schofield Barracks, 2003

M.A., Hawaii Pacific University, 2003, Diplomacy and Military Studies

315th Training Squadron, 2000, Intelligence Officer Course

B.S., Central Washington University, 1998, Geography and Aerospace Studies

A.A.S., Community College of the Air Force, 1996, Survival and Rescue

A.A., Spokane Falls Community College, 1996, General Studies

Army Airborne School, Fort Benning, 1994

Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington, 1993, Survival Instructor Technical School

Awards and Decorations

Defense Meritorious Service Medal
With Two Oak Leaf Clusters

Meritorious Service Medal
With One Oak Leaf Cluster

Air Force Commendation Medal

Army Commendation Medal

Joint Service Achievement Medal
With One Oak Leaf Cluster

Air Force Achievement Medal
With Two Oak Leaf Clusters

News, Media, & Events

Contemporary Air Wars Workshop

Oct. 17, 2019
8:30 a.m.
Mahan Hall, U.S. Naval War College, 686 Cushing Road, Newport, RI 02841

The Iraq Survey Group: From Weapons of Mass Destruction to Counterinsurgency

Feb. 20, 2019
Journal of Strategic Studies
Article Publication

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