I am a Social Scientist, with a Master's Degree in International Relations, and have lectured and taught youth and adults. I am an qualified interrogator; interpreter and translator. My didactic experience as an assistant professor includes lecturing/teaching International Relations & Diplomacy, Military History, U.S. Government, American History, European History, Mexico/Central America/South America culture and history, German as a foreign Language, German Literature, English Literature/poetry, Norse Sagas, Soviet and eastern European studies.
My background has found me working in Civil Affairs, Civil Military Operations, which include working in Human Rights and International Economic programs & issues; I managed the academic planning of major international conferences of a joint German/USA operation in Europe, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia for three years. I am a graduate of the U.S. Army's Officer Post Graduate Civil-Military Affairs course.
I breed and handle Doberman Pinschers; following stringent professional and scientific breeding ethics.
My wife and and I are both Amateur Radio Operators, with a much experience within the international amateur radio community and electronics. I am qualified with Morse code, as is my wife.
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