| ||Dr. Daniel Kuehl |
Director of the Information Strategies Concentration Program,Center for Information Assurance Education, National Defense University
Dr. Kuehl is the Director of the Information Operations Concentration Program, a specialized curriculum on national security in the information age offered at the iCollege of the National Defense University. His courses concentrate on such issues as the information component of national power, information operations, cyberspace, and strategic communication. He retired as a Lieutenant Colonel in 1994 after nearly 22 years active duty in the USAF. He holds a PhD in History from Duke University, where his dissertation focused on the Air Force's employment of electronic warfare in the decade after WW II. His publications include a wide range of academic and professional journals, and he has contributed to numerous books on airpower and information warfare, including the Cyberwar series from AFCEA, Information Operations by Potomac Press, and Cyberpower and National Security. He is on the editorial boards of Joint Force Quarterly, Journal of Information Warfare, and the Journal of Military Studies (in Finland), and is the editor of The Information Operations Journal. He is a member of the Public Diplomacy Council, the Information Operations Institute, and the Cyber Conflict Studies Association. He was a member of the Defense Science Board team that wrote the 2004 report on Strategic Communication. He lectures internationally on the subject of information power, and his current research focuses on the relationship between the information age and national security.