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Mr. Richard S. Relac

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Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Enlisted Member
    U.S. Army
  • Board Member
    Valley Forge Composite Technologies Inc
  • Board Member
    OTC Advisors LLC

Education

  • BA , Russian
    George Washington University
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Web References
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Mr. Relac was trained in German as an enlisted member of the U.S. Army, and served as a military linguist and intelligence collector in West Berlin in the early 1960's. After military service, Mr. Relac earned a BA in Russian, with additional courses in French, at the George Washington University in Washington, DC.
While still an undergraduate at GWU, Mr. Relac worked as an editor and translator for a publisher of science journals in Washington, and become the staff translator for the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory from 1967 to 1974. Working directly with Navy scientists, he translated technical articles and papers from Russian, German and French in various aspects of the physical sciences such as fire suppression, laser development, metallurgy, nuclear power, oceanography, sea-floor geology, solar physics and underwater acoustics.
After a 9-year break to work in private business, Mr. Relac returned to Federal service in 1983 with an agency of the Department of Defense, where he became an intelligence analyst and reporter, a writer and editor of daily intelligence summaries for U.S. officials, and eventually a senior reports editor. He worked in areas such as nuclear armament and proliferation, advanced weapons and technology, political unrest and instabilities, armed insurgencies and regional conflicts, and international trafficking in weapons and other contraband. He retired with almost 30 years of Federal service.
In addition to his Federal career, Mr. Relac also has more than 10 years of private-sector experience including business management and ownership.
VLYF
www.otc-advisors.com, 1 Nov 2008 [cached]
, , Richard S. Relac - Director Mr. Relac was trained in German as an enlisted member of the U.S. Army, and served as a military linguist and intelligence collector in West Berlin in the early 1960's.
After military service, Mr. Relac earned a BA in Russian, with additional courses in French, at the George Washington University in Washington, DC., ,
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Richard S. Relac has served as a director of the Company since April 15, 2008. Mr. Relac is a professional linguist and since January 2006 has been self-employed in this capacity. From 1983 to January 2002, Mr. Relac served the National Security Agency as an intelligence analyst and reporter, customer relations officer, and senior editor. In January 2002 he retired from federal service. Mr. Relac remained in retired status until J anuary 2006 when he was elected as a council member to Bonneauville Borough, Pennsylvania. He ceased being a council member in March 2009. Also in January 2006, Mr. Relac commenced his free-lance translating service with Valley Forge Composite Technologies, Inc. as his primary customer. Mr. Relac currently operates his translating service.
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Forms 3 for Andrew T. Gilinsky, Eugene Breyer, Dr. Victor E. Alessi, Raul A. Fernandez, and Richard S. Relac.
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Fernandez and Relac and Dr. Alessi.
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Mr. Richard Relac, a director of the Company, in the past has been compensated by the Company for translating services unrelated to his position as a director. In 2009, the Company did not paid any amounts to Mr. Relac for such translating services.
Former Department of Defense (DOD) Intelligence Analyst Appointed to Valley Forge Composite Technologies, Inc. Board of Directors
vlyf.com, 16 April 2008 [cached]
COVINGTON, Ky., April 16, 2008 -- Valley Forge Composite Technologies, Inc. (OTC BB: VLYF) announced the appointment today of Richard S. Relac to its Board of Directors.
"Mr. Relac brings with him over 30 years of service on the Federal level, specializing in areas such as nuclear armament and proliferation, advanced weapons and technology. With the addition of Mr. Relac to Valley Forge's Board of Directors we are also gaining a master linguist and translator, especially skilled in the translation of complex technical articles, which bodes well for Valley Forge due to the necessity our company faces translating just such documents.
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Mr. Relac was trained in German as an enlisted member of the U.S. Army, and served as a military linguist and intelligence collector in West Berlin in the early 1960's. After military service, Mr. Relac earned a BA in Russian, with additional courses in French, at the George Washington University in Washington, DC.
While still an undergraduate at GWU, Mr. Relac worked as an editor and translator for a publisher of science journals in Washington, and become the staff translator for the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory from 1967 to 1974. Working directly with Navy scientists, he translated technical articles and papers from Russian, German and French in various aspects of the physical sciences such as fire suppression, laser development, metallurgy, nuclear power, oceanography, sea-floor geology, solar physics and underwater acoustics.
After a 9-year break to work in private business, Mr. Relac returned to Federal service in 1983 with an agency of the Department of Defense, where he became an intelligence analyst and reporter, a writer and editor of daily intelligence summaries for U.S. officials, and eventually a senior reports editor. He worked in areas such as nuclear armament and proliferation, advanced weapons and technology, political unrest and instabilities, armed insurgencies and regional conflicts, and international trafficking in weapons and other contraband. He retired with almost 30 years of Federal service.
In addition to his Federal career, Mr. Relac also has more than 10 years of private-sector experience including business management and ownership.
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