About Terry Tucker
Terry Tucker is a Senior Military Analyst for The Department of Defense, Center for Army Lessons Learned, and for Wikistrat – a global geopolitical marketplace for analysis. Terry has authored two books: The Operational Art of Counterinsurgency, and US Counterinsurgency Methods and the Global War on Terror, An Assessment: Tactical Success and Strategic Blunder. He has also had articles published in the Journal of International Affairs, Small Wars Journal, Infantry, and in James Dunnigan’s Strategy and Tactics.
Terry was an embedded counterinsurgency trainer and advisor to the Afghan National Security Forces, and then a trainer and advisor at the Counterinsurgency Training Center-Kabul. He was a team member and then team leader for Regional Command-North, and provided training and operational planning assistance to all units and agencies in the RC-North area of responsibility. He trained and advised the First Political Officers to several Coalition Embassy’s, USAID, DAI, and other Governmental and non-governmental organizations. He is a professor of History at Brandman University, Monterey, California, he has a PhD in History and a MA in Military Science (History). Terry currently resides in Marina, California, USA.
Below are some other articles by Terry that you might wish to read:
- Spatial Terra and Silent Weapons
- Social Media: 20 key lessons learnt for political engagement
- The season of red lines
- Liberty or Security? National Defense Authorization Act 2012
- Using hidden messages from past events in crucial security decision-making
- USA – Strategy, Cost, Risk: The Economic Imperative or the Security Imperative?
To contact the author: Terry.Tucker@Read-Online.org