FORA.tv Speaker - Mark Schissler
Brigadier General Mark O. Schissler is responsible for all aspects of developing, coordinating, refining, and assessing the U.S. military and national strategies related to the Global War on Terrorism. He has served in a variety of operational and staff assignments around the world. He has flown over 3500 hours in the C-130 Hercules aircraft, including over 150 combat and combat support hours and over 500 hours in combat theater operations. He has commanded at the squadron, group, and wing levels, including two expeditionary wing command tours. Brigadier General Schissler also has extensive staff experience on the Air Staff and Joint Staff. He earned a Master of Arts degree in Human Resource Development from Webster University, a Master of Arts in National Security and Strategic Studies from the Naval War College, and a Master of Arts in Pastoral Studies from the University of Saint Thomas. He was selected as a 1998 National Security Fellow at John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.
10.22.07 | 01:25:12 min
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