Contributor biographical information for Shooting the front : allied aerial reconnaissance and photographic interpretation on the Western Front--World War I / Terrence J. Finnegan.

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Colonel Terrence J. Finnegan is a recently retired USAF Reservist whose last assignment was at Bolling Air Force Base, Washington, D.C. serving the Joint Military Intelligence College. His parallel careers in the Air Force and the Department of Defense as a civil servant covered assignments around the globe, to include the National Security Agency, European Command, NATO, Pacific Command and Central Command during Operation Desert Storm. As a retired civil servant, his career included the Defense Intelligence Agency, NORAD, Space Command and recently Northern Command. Colonel Finnegan’s career primarily centered on intelligence and policy issues supporting NATO and NORAD Alliances. His work also covered new frontiers in intelligence such as Information Operations. He is presently a defense contractor supporting the National Guard.

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