Col Craig "Magnum" Harm, USAF (Ret)

Col Craig "Magnum" Harm, USAF (Ret)

Craig 'Magnum" Harm is a retired AF Colonel and has over 35 years in Intelligence, Operational Test and Evaluation, Planning, Information Warfare and Electronic Warfare. His a current member of the AOC International Board of Directors. Craig is a principal consultant to various Department of Defense (DoD) and Service organizations having worked numerous projects for United States Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM), the Office of Secretary of Defense Test and Evaluation (OSD T&E), OSD Acquisition Technology and Logistics (AT&L), Naval Air Command (NAVAIR) and National Air and Space Intelligence Center (NASIC). He has led various EW modeling and simulation projects developing cutting-edge solutions to Live Virtual Constructive environments. His service at United States Strategic Command included tours as Deputy Chief of Staff, and the IO/Cyber Policy Deputy Division Chief. As the Vice Commander of the National Air and Space Intelligence Center, Craig was responsible to the DoD for all-source foreign air and space intelligence, providing a broad range of products and services related to EW including threat and technology assessments, threat system modeling and EW data systems. Craig served as an EC-130 Compass Call squadron commander and at Air Combat Command he was responsible for developing EW and I0 requirements for the Air Force. He authored USSTRATCOM's Multi-Domain Engagement strategic concept for contested environments, and directed cyberspace projects to explain and predict the nature of emergence and connectivity that cyberspace enables. An OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM veteran, his flying experience includes combat, operational, and flight test tours in the EF-111 and EC-130H Compass Call.

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