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Gene McConville

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U.S. Army

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U.S. Army

Background Information

Affiliations

Africa Center for Strategic Studies

Senior Military Advisor, Academic Affairs


Education

Master of Arts

National Security and Strategic Studies

Naval War College


Bachelor of Business Administration

Finance

St. Bonaventure University


Web References(21 Total References)


africacenter.org

- Colonel Gene McConville, U.S. Army, Senior Military Advisor, Academic Affairs, Africa Center
Also speaking to the visitors and answering their questions were Colonel Xavier Collignon, Senior French Representative; Assis Malaquias, PhD, Academic Chair for Defense Economics; Colonel Gene McConville, U.S. Army, Senior Military Advisor, Academic Affairs; Mary McGurn, Interim Director of Community Affairs; and Joseph Siegle, PhD, Director of Research. Joining Dr. Kelly in briefing Mr. Bohne and discussing Africa Center-17th Air Force/U.S. Air Forces Africa programs were center staffers U.S. Army Colonel Gene McConville, Senior Military Advisor, Academic Affairs; and Chief Warrant Officer 4 Ronald Miller, U.S. Army, Director of Operations.


africacenter.org

U.S. Army Colonel Gene McConville, ACSS Senior Military Advisor to the Academic Affairs, presented an overview of symposium's goals and objectives.


africacenter.org [cached]

Colonel Gene McConville
Colonel Gene McConville Senior Military Advisor, Academic Affairs U.S. Army Colonel Gene McConville joined the Africa Center in October 2010 for a three-year assignment as Senior Military Advisor, Academic Affairs. Colonel McConville oversees curriculum and program development in the area of International Crisis Response and Management. Prior to joining the Africa Center, Colonel McConville was a Staff Officer, International Security Assistance Force/U.S. Forces Afghanistan. He received his commission through the Reserve Officers' Training Corps and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the Armor Corps in 1983. Initial assignments included various command and staff positions with the 3rd Armored Division in Germany. Colonel McConville has significant experience in Africa having served as the Army Attaché to the Federal Republic of Nigeria from 1991-1994. During that assignment, Colonel McConville deployed to Somalia in support of humanitarian relief efforts (Operation Restore Hope) and reported on sectarian violence and the military government. From 1994-1996, Colonel McConville served in South Africa where he helped establish the first post-apartheid security assistance and training program which emphasized Rule of Law, African Peacekeeping/Security, Civil Military Relations, and South African National Defense Force Integration. Colonel McConville also served in the Republic of Indonesia as the Army Attaché. He focused his reporting efforts on the Post-Suharto de-militarization of the Indonesia's government structure, the emerging terrorist threat in Indonesia and Southeast Asia, and insurgent activities within Indonesia. From 2002 until 2010, he was assigned to various operational and diplomatic positions in both the Islamic Republics of Afghanistan and Pakistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Colonel McConville earned a Bachelor of Business Administration (Finance) from St. Bonaventure University and a Master of Arts in National Security and Strategic Studies from the Naval War College. He also completed the National Security Manager's Program sponsored by the Elliot School of International Affairs, George Washington University. He is proficient in Indonesian/Malay and has basic skills in Persian Farsi. Colonel Gene McConville Colonel Gene McConville


africacenter.org [cached]

Colonel Gene McConville
Colonel Gene McConville | Africa Center for Strategic Studies Africa Center for Strategic Studies Colonel Gene McConville Colonel Gene McConville Senior Military Advisor, Academic Affairs U.S. Army Colonel Gene McConville joined the Africa Center in October 2010 for a three-year assignment as Senior Military Advisor, Academic Affairs. Colonel McConville oversees curriculum and program development in the area of International Crisis Response and Management. Prior to joining the Africa Center, Colonel McConville was a Staff Officer, International Security Assistance Force/U.S. Forces Afghanistan. He received his commission through the Reserve Officers' Training Corps and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the Armor Corps in 1983. Initial assignments included various command and staff positions with the 3rd Armored Division in Germany. Colonel McConville has significant experience in Africa having served as the Army Attaché to the Federal Republic of Nigeria from 1991-1994. During that assignment, Colonel McConville deployed to Somalia in support of humanitarian relief efforts (Operation Restore Hope) and reported on sectarian violence and the military government. From 1994-1996, Colonel McConville served in South Africa where he helped establish the first post-apartheid security assistance and training program which emphasized Rule of Law, African Peacekeeping/Security, Civil Military Relations, and South African National Defense Force Integration. Colonel McConville also served in the Republic of Indonesia as the Army Attaché. He focused his reporting efforts on the Post-Suharto de-militarization of the Indonesia's government structure, the emerging terrorist threat in Indonesia and Southeast Asia, and insurgent activities within Indonesia. From 2002 until 2010, he was assigned to various operational and diplomatic positions in both the Islamic Republics of Afghanistan and Pakistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Colonel McConville earned a Bachelor of Business Administration (Finance) from St. Bonaventure University and a Master of Arts in National Security and Strategic Studies from the Naval War College. He also completed the National Security Manager's Program sponsored by the Elliot School of International Affairs, George Washington University. He is proficient in Indonesian/Malay and has basic skills in Persian Farsi. Colonel Gene McConville Colonel Gene McConville


africacenter.org [cached]

Colonel Gene McConville
Colonel Gene McConville Senior Military Advisor, Academic Affairs U.S. Army Colonel Gene McConville joined the Africa Center in October 2010 for a three-year assignment as Senior Military Advisor, Academic Affairs. Colonel McConville oversees curriculum and program development in the area of International Crisis Response and Management. Prior to joining the Africa Center, Colonel McConville was a Staff Officer, International Security Assistance Force/U.S. Forces Afghanistan. He received his commission through the Reserve Officers' Training Corps and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the Armor Corps in 1983. Initial assignments included various command and staff positions with the 3rd Armored Division in Germany. Colonel McConville has significant experience in Africa having served as the Army Attaché to the Federal Republic of Nigeria from 1991-1994. During that assignment, Colonel McConville deployed to Somalia in support of humanitarian relief efforts (Operation Restore Hope) and reported on sectarian violence and the military government. From 1994-1996, Colonel McConville served in South Africa where he helped establish the first post-apartheid security assistance and training program which emphasized Rule of Law, African Peacekeeping/Security, Civil Military Relations, and South African National Defense Force Integration. Colonel McConville also served in the Republic of Indonesia as the Army Attaché. He focused his reporting efforts on the Post-Suharto de-militarization of the Indonesia's government structure, the emerging terrorist threat in Indonesia and Southeast Asia, and insurgent activities within Indonesia. From 2002 until 2010, he was assigned to various operational and diplomatic positions in both the Islamic Republics of Afghanistan and Pakistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Colonel McConville earned a Bachelor of Business Administration (Finance) from St. Bonaventure University and a Master of Arts in National Security and Strategic Studies from the Naval War College. He also completed the National Security Manager's Program sponsored by the Elliot School of International Affairs, George Washington University. He is proficient in Indonesian/Malay and has basic skills in Persian Farsi. Colonel Gene McConville Colonel Gene McConville


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