Commander Mike Dahm, USN (Ret)

Commander Mike Dahm, USN (Ret)

Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

Mike Dahm is a senior researcher at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) with extensive experience in intelligence, international affairs and competitive strategies. His research at APL currently focuses on foreign military technologies and information-centric operational concepts. Prior to Mr. Dahm’s current position, he was a U.S. Navy Intelligence Officer for over twenty-five years. In addition to tours in Europe and Southwest Asia, he has spent the past fifteen years focusing on East Asia with positions at the U.S. Pacific Command, as an Assistant Naval Attaché at the U.S. Embassy in China and as the Senior Naval Intelligence Officer for China at the Office of Naval Intelligence. He has authored a number of articles on intelligence, strategy and China’s approach to informationized warfare including, most recently, the winning entry in the Naval Intelligence Professional’s essay competition, which will be published in the November 2019 issue of the U.S. Naval Institute magazine Proceedings.

Speaking: October 28 - Threat-Based Intelligence in EMS Operations