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We meet the second Saturday, each month, 0800, Our December and July meetings are
special programs and sometimes occur on days other than the 2nd Sat.

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Date: Saturday March 8, 2014

Speaker: Lt. Col. Robert K. Brown, USAR (Ret.)
Editor and Publisher, Soldier of Fortune Magazine

Topic: I Am "Soldier of Fortune": Dancing with Devils

Col Brown will give us a personal view into his new book that explores his career in the US military and beyond, as a soldier, adventurer and investigative journalist. Central to that story is how he grew Soldier of Fortune Magazine from the ground up, from its modest start in 1975 to where it has achieved a very substantial media presence with over 1 million copies sold to date. The book recounts Brown's experiences in a host of military conflicts, including Cuba, Vietnam, Rhodesia, Latin America and Afghanistan. An excellent review of the book by the Washington Times is available at:
http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/oct/23/book-review-i-am-
soldier-of-fortune/

Col Brown has close ties to Boulder. He was a CU student here in the 1950s and a member of the Army ROTC. On returning from Vietnam he made Boulder his home and also the home of SOF magazine. Take some time to browse the SOF website at: http://www.sofmag.com/

Following his presentation, Col Brown will be available to sign copies of his book.

 

Date: Saturday, FEBRUARY 8, 2014 0800 hours

Presentation Title : DoD and Cyber Operations in Colorado

Speaker: Colonel Gregory A. Miller; Colorado National Guard; Joint Communications Officer J6/G6/CIO

Summary of Presentation: Defending the Network is one of the top priorities in the Defense Department. Treating Cyberspace as an operational domain while leveraging the nations ingenuity through relationships with key allies and international partners will enable a strong Cyber security and maintain our superiority on the digital battlefield. This presentation will offer a glimpse into DoD's Cyber structure and the Colorado National Guards role in particular by highlighting the states events and exercises, discussing partnerships, and focusing on Army Cyber operations and strategic initiatives.

Speaker bio: Colonel Miller graduated with a BS degree in Computer Information Systems from CSU in 1989. He later received a Masters of Strategic Studies from the US Army War College in 2006 and is currently enrolled in CSU MBA program. COL Millers military schools include the Field Artillery Officer Basic Course and Advanced Course. Combined Arms Services Staff School, Command and General Staff College, and the Army War College. COL Miller began his military career in 1981 as an active duty radio repairman in Germany, followed by service with an infantry unit at Fort Carson. In 1984, he joined the Colorado National Guard, serving most of his time in Field Artillery and deploying to Operation: Iraqi Freedom in 2006 as the Assistant Fire Support Coordinator, Multi-National Division North, 25th Infantry Division. Miller reached his personal goal of becoming the Brigade Commander of the 169th Fires Brigade in 2010. COL Miller is currently the Joint Communications officer (J6), a traditional Guardsman position at Joint Force HQ, and he is also the full-time G6 Chief Information Officer for the Colorado Army National Guard.