Edward Corcoran

Senior Fellow

LTC Edward Corcoran, USA-retired, Ph.D., serves as a Senior Fellow on national security issues at Ed ended his military career as a Strategic Analyst at the US Army War College where he chaired studies for the Office of the Deputy Chief of Operations. Prior to that, as a Soviet affairs specialist, he served on intelligence staffs and spent two years as a Liason Officer to the Commander-in-Chief, Group of Soviet Forces, Germany. In his primary military specialty as a Nuclear Weapons Officer he served on overseas assignments with depot units. After his military career, Ed provided extensive support to Department of Energy activities on Operations Security and technology transfer issues, as well as serving as a core member of the Secretary's Safeguards and Security Task Force which evaluated security throughout the DOE complex. During this time he also served as the Rappoteur of the Defence of Europe Working Group of the Common Security Programme, based in Oxford, England, and had extensive discssions with European specialists on NATO defense issues. Ed has authored numerous professional writings and presentations on military and security issues. He is a member of the National Advisory Board for the Alsos Digital Library for Nuclear Issues.

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