Kevin J. Jacobsen
The investigations are conducted by a worldwide network of military and civilian special agents stationed at major U. S. Air Force installations and a variety of special operating locations. Marple Newtown High School, Class of 1976, slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania, Class of 1980. Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, webster University, Master of Arts Degree in Administration of Justice. Industrial College of the Armed Forces, National Defense University, Master of Science in National Resource Strategy. Syracuse University, National Security Leadership Course, the ceremony was hosted by the Inspector General of the Air Force, Lt. Gen. Marc E. Rogers. Jacobsen was still a Colonel when he assumed command, June 1980 - August 1984, Titan II ICBM missile launch officer and crew commander, 390th Strategic Missile Wing, Davis-Monthan AFB, Ariz. August 1984 - June 1986, Deputy Commander, AFOSI Detachment 2140, Langley AFB, June 1986 - June 1988, Commander, AFOSI Detachment 2101, Pope AFB, N. C.
June 1988 - August 1992, personal security adviser to the Secretary of the Air Force, August 1992 - August 1993, Counterintelligence Support Activity, Republic of Honduras August 1993 - June 1994, Commander, AFOSI Detachment 309, Hurlburt Field, Fla. June 1994 - August 1995, Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell AFB, August 1995 - June 1998, counterintelligence action officer, Joint Staff, the Pentagon, Washington, D. C. June 1998 - June 2000, Commander, AFOSI Detachment 515, Ramstein Air Base, Germany June 2000 - June 2001, Industrial College of the Armed Forces, Fort Lesley J. McNair, Washington, D. C. June 2001 - November 2002, assistant Director for Current Operations, June 2005 - May 2007, Commander, 2nd Field Investigations Region, Langley AFB, Va. May 2007 - April 2010, Special Investigations Directorate, Office of the Air Force Inspector General, Headquarters U. S. Air Force, April 2010 – present, Air Force Office of Special Investigations, Joint Base Andrews, Md. August 1995 - June 1998, counterintelligence action officer, Joint Staff and his office is at Andrews Air Force Base.
They have two sons, who is a pro player for the Potomac Nationals, a subsidiary of the Washington Nationals. This article incorporates public domain material from the United States Government document USAF OSI
Matt Kindt is an American comic book writer and graphic designer. Kindt was born in 1973 in St. Louis and currently resides in Webster Groves and he worked in the local mini-comics scene from a young age, self-publishing his own copyshop zines since 1990. In 1995 he obtained a degree in art from Webster University in St. Louis, Kindt creates comic books because he enjoys the magical effect created by the combination of words and pictures. His target audience for his books are his wife and daughter, in 2001, Top Shelf Productions published his first full graphic novel, Pistolwhip. The book was critically well-received, nominated for the prestigious Harvey Award the next year and featured in Time Magazines Top 10 list for Graphic Novels, yet remained in relative obscurity. He has illustrated two Pistolwhip spin-offs and written his own, 300-page graphic novel, Two Sisters, as well as maintaining a regular set in the Sisters universe. In 2006, Kindt announced on his blog that he would be writing a novel called The End of the World.
The book has been completed, but Kindt now plans to adapt it into a graphic novel, in 2007, the collected Super Spy was published by Top Shelf. 2008 saw the collected Super Spy nominated for the Eisner Award for Best Graphic Novel, in March 2010, a Super Spy short story appeared on Dark Horses Dark Horse Presents MySpace web comic. Kindt released Revolver in 2010, published by DC Comics Vertigo imprint and his ongoing series MIND MGMT, and Dept H were released by Dark Horse Comics. Kindts work is set in the world of 1940s international espionage. In addition to comics, Kindt hosts a large portfolio of work and teaches a class on drawing comics at Star Clipper Comics in University City. Kindts collaboration with Brett Warnock on the design for Lost Girls was nominated for the Eisner Award in publication design in 2007. In June 2010,3 Story, The Secret History of the Giant Man was optioned by Warner Bros. for a film to be written by Dustin Lance Black, MIND MGMT has been optioned by Ridley Scott.
Monster in My Pocket Frankenstein, Agent of S. H. A. D. E. D. AU Marvel Knights Spider-Man #1–5 Madman, All-New Giant-Size Super Ginchy Special. On the Road The Tooth, graphic novel,200 pages, Oni Press,2011, ISBN 1-9349-6452-2) Red Handed, The Fine Art of Strange Crimes, First Second,2013. Thinking in Comics, A Roundtable on the Present and Future of the Graphic Novel featuring Matt Kindt, Hope Larson, Nate Powell, Dash Shaw, James Sturm, Jillian Tamaki, gulf Coast, A Journal of Literature and Fine Arts
Roscoe Rocky Carroll, is an American actor. He played a role in the 1995 thriller film Crimson Tide. Carroll was born Roscoe Carroll in Cincinnati, Ohio, on July 8,1963 and his acting career is rooted in the theater. In 1981, Carroll graduated from the famed School for Creative and Performing Arts in Cincinnati Ohio, determined to further his knowledge of acting, he attended The Conservatory of Theatre Arts at Webster University in St. Louis, where he graduated with a B. F. A. After graduating, Carroll decided to test the waters by moving to New York City, there, he introduced many young children to the works of William Shakespeare by participating in Joe Papps Shakespeare on Broadway series. Carroll married Gabrielle Bullock in 1996, in 1987, Carroll was introduced to the works of August Wilson. The up-and-coming and talented young actor was allowed to recreate his role for the Broadway production of Wilsons critically acclaimed story The Piano Lesson, the play not only earned a Pulitzer Prize for Drama, but Carroll earned a Tony and Drama Desk nomination.
He is known for portraying neer-do-well musician Joey Emerson on the FOX comedy-drama Roc and he had a starring role as Dr. Keith Wilkes in the TV series Chicago Hope. Carroll has guest starred in several other TV programs including The Agency, Boston Legal, Family Law, The West Wing, Law & Order, The Game, ER and Greys Anatomy. Carroll has had roles in many Hollywood films such as Born on the Fourth of July, The Ladies Man, Crimson Tide, The Great White Hype, A Prelude to a Kiss, The Chase, Best Laid Plans and Yes Man. In the fifth season of the CBS drama NCIS, Carroll was featured in a role as Assistant Director Leon Vance. In doing so, he has reunited with his Chicago Hope castmates Mark Harmon. After the death of NCIS director Jenny Shepard, his became the new director of NCIS. He has guest-starred as Vance in the NCIS spin-offs Los Angeles and he shares his birthday with former NCIS co-star Michael Weatherly. In addition to being a regular on NCIS, Carroll has directed three episodes of NCIS, making his directorial debut with the Season 12 episode, We Build.
Carroll married Gabrielle Bullock in 1996, He has one child, john Shubert ER - Mr. Walker Invasion - Healy W. I. T. C. H. com Rocky Carrol at the NCIS cast page of CBS. com
John B. Conaway
Conaway is a retired U. S. Air Force officer who served as the Chief of the National Guard Bureau in Washington, D. C. from 1990 to 1993. Conaway was born in Henderson, Kentucky on August 23,1934, while attending the University of Evansville, General Conaway entered the Reserve Officer Training Corps program and was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the U. S. Air Force in June 1956. After completing basic training at Greenville Air Force Base, Mississippi, in 1957, he attended advanced combat crew training at Perrin Air Force Base, Texas. His next assignments were as an F-102 fighter-interceptor pilot in the Air Defense Command at K. I. Sawyer Air Force Base and Kincheloe Air Force Base, in 1960, Conaway joined the West Virginia Air National Guard as an SA-16 pilot, flying a special forces operations mission. In 1963, he transferred to the Kentucky Air National Guards 123rd Tactical Reconnaissance Wing as an RB-57 pilot, in 1965 he became a training instructor flying RF-101s. Conaway was called to duty with the Kentucky Air National Guard in January 1968 and served in Alaska, Japan.
Upon deactivation in June 1969, he returned to the Kentucky Air National Guard as operations officer, in 1972, Conaway was appointed Air Commander of the Kentucky Air National Guard. In December 1974, he was appointed commander of the 123rd Tactical Reconnaissance Wing. Conaway continued graduate work at the University of Louisville School of Business, in 1975, he earned a masters degree in management and human relations from Webster University. Conaway was appointed Deputy Director of the Air National Guard in April,1977, in April,1981 he was advanced to Director of the Air National Guard. In July,1988 Conaway was appointed Vice Chief of the National Guard Bureau and he served until February,1990, when he was appointed as Chief of the National Guard Bureau and promoted to Lieutenant General. Conaway served as Chief of the National Guard Bureau until retiring on November 30,1993, Conaway currently operates a consulting company, The Conaway Group. In 1989 he was elected to the University of Evansville Board of Trustees and he has remained active in civic causes, including serving as Chairman of the Board for the National Guard Youth Foundation.
In 1997 Conaway authored Call Out the Guard, The Story of Lieutenant General John B, Conaway and the Modern Day National Guard. National Guard Bureau Biography of Lieutenant General John B
Bruce A. Carlson
Bruce Allen Carlson, was the 16th Director of the National Reconnaissance Office. He is a former general in the United States Air Force and served as the sixth Commander, Air Force Materiel Command, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. The command conducts research, development and evaluation, and provides management services. After over 37 years of service, he retired from the Air Force on January 1,2009, Carlson served as a general authority and a member of the Second Quorum of the Seventy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from April 2009 to October 2015. Carlson was born in Hibbing, Minnesota in 1949 and he was commissioned in 1971 after completing the University of Minnesota Duluths Air Force ROTC program as a distinguished graduate. He has held assignments in flying units. Strategic Command, Offutt AFB, Nebraska Carlson is experienced in aircraft weapons systems, is a command pilot with more than 3,000 flying hours. In April,2009 Carlson was called as a general authority, in June 2009 he was appointed by President Barack Obama as Director of the U. S.
National Reconnaissance Office, an agency that operates the nations reconnaissance satellites. On April 18,2012, Carlson announced his resignation as director of the NRO, Carlson served as one of two area supervisors of the churchs Middle East/Africa North Area from 2012 to 2015. Carlson served as an Assistant Executive Director of the churchs Temple Department, during the churchs October 2015 general conference, Carlson was released from the seventy and designated an emeritus general authority. 1971 Bachelor of Arts degree, University of Minnesota Duluth 1979 U. S. Air Force Fighter Weapons School, Nellis AFB, Nevada 1980 Master of Arts degree, Webster University, St. C. July 1988 - June 1989, graduate student, Naval War College, June 1998 - December 1999, Director of Operational Requirements, Deputy Chief of Staff for Air and Space Operations, Headquarters U. S. Air Force, Washington, D. C. January 2000 - May 2002, Director for Force Structure and Assessment, the Joint Staff, Washington, D. C. S. S
Lt. General John J. Cusick is a retired Lieutenant General of the United States Army. Cusick served as the 42nd Quartermaster General of the United States Army from July 1991 until August 1993, Cusick began his military career in May 1964, when he was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant from the Army ROTC at the University of Scranton. He received a degree in American history from the University of Scranton. He obtained a degree in American history from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. He retired honorably from the U. S. Army on May 31,1998
Nikki Boyer is an American actress and singer-songwriter. Boyer is the former host of Yahoo. s Daytime In No Time, Boyer is the former co-host of Watch This. on the TV Guide Channel. Nikki moved to Los Angeles, California in 1998 and began singing with The Spirit Theory, in 2003 and 2004, Boyer hosted TLCs reality television series Perfect Proposal. In 2007, she became the co-host of Watch This. on the TV Guide Channel, Nikki married actor David Denman in May 2001, however they divorced in 2010. In 2008, her latest album, Underlying Poetry was released with her band The Spirit Theory and she now performs with The Cardboard Cutouts, her band with Tommy Fields. Boyer regularly appears on The Tonight Shows Ross The Intern Mathews video blog, until recently, Nikki hosted Yahoo TVs Daytime in No Time, a spin-off of Primetime in No Time. For a short time, she co-hosted Yahoo TVs Whats so funny, with Mike Bachman.1072006, Midnight Clear, as Megan 2006, So NoTORIous, Street 2006, Malcolm In The Middle, Morp 2006, Watch This