J. LaBarge Bryan
Agent: None (need one).
New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Twenty-eight (28) total years combined civilian and military tenure as a strategic and
tactical intelligence analyst serving at Department of the Army, Department of
Defense, Joint, International, and multinational levels worldwide.
Nineteen years, seven months, and fourteen days as an United States Army
strategic, all-source, and tactical intelligence analyst serving world-wide.
Seven years as an United States Army Reserve Military Intelligence Officer - All-
Source Analysis (USAR - 35D) analyst assigned in a USAR Individual Mobilization
Augmentee (IMA) position at Headquarters, Forces Command, Deputy Chief of Staff,
Intelligence (HQ, FORSCOM/DCSINT) with a comprehensive background in
computerized intelligence analysis support systems.
Experience in leadership, intelligence analysis, military intelligence journalism,
tactics, operations, policy and plans, operations security, scenario development,
exercise control, and security involving problem-solving, decision-making, and
trouble-shooting in intelligence analysis and security management positions.
Twenty-eight years of military intelligence research, compilation, writing, drafting,
editing, proofreading, reprographics, product design, cover design, layout, quality
control, product finalization, publishing, dissemination and control of documents and
briefings covering predictive analysis, current intelligence matters, IPB, I&W
intelligence, OB, economic and geo-political issues, future war-fighting planning and
policy development, CI/CT tactics and operational planning, COINOPS, LIC, MOUT,
medical and technical intelligence, humanitarian assistance planning and operations,
OPSEC, naval operations and exercise support, logistical support, scenario
development and exercise control, intelligence computer support systems research,
design and development, security, plans, policy, programs, office and personnel
Interests: Cookbooks; Military Intelligence; Romance; Science Fiction.
Published writer: Yes