William Ward

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College of Business Administration University of Nebraska,Omaha
USA

William 'Doug' Ward is currently serving as the Deputy Chief of the Global Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) Capabilities Branch in the Global ISR and Space Division, United States Strategic Command, Offutt AFB, Nebraska.  In this capacity, he provides timely, critical and relevant advocacy information on current and future ISR and Missile Warning warfighter requirements.  Mr. Ward served as a U.S. Air Force Intelligence Officer for two years as a Chemical and Biological Warfare Intelligence Analyst at U.S. Strategic Command prior to continuing service as a Department of the Air Force Civilian.  In 2002, Mr. Ward was selected for the Legislative Studies Fellowship program supporting the U.S. Air Force in the Senate Liaison Office and the Air Force Legislative Liaison Weapons Division, graduating in 2003. In 2005, Mr. Ward returned to U.S. Strategic Command as a Lead Program Analyst in the Global Space and ISR Division.  During his most recent tenure at USSTRATCOM, he has worked various programmatic and advocacy issues regarding Missile Warning and Space, Maritime, Air, and Terrestrial ISR, culminating in his current role as Deputy Branch Chief.  Mr. Ward was 1 of 10 out of 1,300 eligible applicants, handpicked by senior executive board to be a Leadership Fellow in a graduate-level program between U.S. Strategic Command and the University of Nebraska focused on enhancing demonstrated leadership skills and posturing Fellows for senior responsibilities in the Department of Defense.

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