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21 November City Conference Centre 80 Coleman

Street, London EC2R 5BJ

United Kingdom

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The Digital Object Identifier (DOI) makes managing intellectual property in a networked environment much easier and more convenient. It allows for automated services and transactions in e-commerce and is based on technology developed by Robert Kahn, one o... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Director

Pentagon

Affiliations

Senior Advisor for the Under Secretary
Enforcement

Senior Advisor for the Under Secretary
Americal

Education

Bachelor of Science
Business Administration
University of Maryland

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Pentagon Force Protection Agency Director Retires

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Steven E. Calvery was recognized for leading the relatively young defense agency through 10 years of significant growth, economic uncertainty and a dramatically changing threat environment.

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Pentagon Force Protection Agency Director Steven Calvery thanks the men and women of the Pentagon Force Protection Agency for their hard work and dedication to the mission. Michael L. Rhodes (seated), director of administration for the Office of the Secretary of Defense, presided over the ceremony.
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Pentagon Force Protection Agency Director Steven Calvery thanks the men and women of the Pentagon Force Protection Agency for their hard work and dedication to the mission.
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Jennifer Shasky Calvery (center), spouse of Pentagon Force Protection Agency Director Steven E. Calvery (left), is presented with a certificate of appreciation for her support and faithful service by Michael L. Rhodes (right), director of administration for the Office of the Secretary of Defense, who presided over the ceremony.
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Jennifer Shasky Calvery (center), spouse of Pentagon Force Protection Agency Director Steven E. Calvery (left), is presented with a certificate of appreciation for her support and faithful service by Michael L. Rhodes (right), director of administration for the Office of the Secretary of Defense, who presided over the ceremony.
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Pentagon Force Protection Agency Director Steven Calvery thanks the men and women of the Pentagon Force Protection Agency for their hard work and dedication to the mission. Michael L. Rhodes (seated), director of administration for the Office of the Secretary of Defense, presided over the ceremony.
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Jennifer Shasky Calvery (center), spouse of Pentagon Force Protection Agency Director Steven E. Calvery (left), is presented with a certificate of appreciation for her support and faithful service by Michael L. Rhodes (right), director of administration for the Office of the Secretary of Defense, who presided over the ceremony.
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Calvery instituted preventative capabilities that include threat analysis programs, a counterintelligence unit, and a protective intelligence component, as well as, expanded protective services for Office of Secretary of Defense High Risk Personnel travelling overseas.
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During the ceremony, Calvery thanked PFPA employees, attributing the Agency's successes to their hard work. "I am proud of what you have accomplished," said Calvery. "You have reinvented security at the Pentagon and transformed PFPA into the multifaceted, sophisticated agency it is today. We are so much better prepared to handle any emergency that we may encounter. Thank you for your service. I wish you the best of luck as you carry this mission forward."
Calvery came to PFPA with more than 30 years of federal law enforcement and security experience. Prior to PFPA, he served with the Department of Interior (DOI) as the Director for Law Enforcement and Security. He was responsible for the third largest federal law enforcement force of approximately 4,400 officers, providing security and protection for 70,000 employees and millions of visitors and residents on public land. Post 9/11, he was tasked with upgrading security to protect the Nation's icons, monuments and dams.
Prior to the DOI, Calvery was a Senior Advisor for the Under Secretary for Enforcement, Department of the Treasury, where he advised on law enforcement and intelligence policy issues. From 1997 to 1999, he served at Department of Justice as the Regional Director for the Office of Overseas Prosecutorial Development, Assistance, and Training. There, he managed the design, development and implementation of international criminal justice reform programs.
From 1976 to 1997, Calvery was a special agent in the U.S. Secret Service. During that time, he served in the Vice Presidential Protective Division and the Presidential Protection Detail, where he supervised the protection of the President, First Lady and family. He served Presidents George H. Bush and William J. Clinton in that capacity. He also managed the Secret Service training academy.
From 1968 to 1971, he served in the United States Army as a combat helicopter pilot. He served in Vietnam with the Americal Division, where he was awarded the Purple Heart, and then as an instructor in flight operations at the U.S. Army Crew Chief School. Later, he graduated from the University of Maryland with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.


Pentagon Police Officers and U.S. Marine Corps Colonel Recognized with Lifesaving Award at Agency's

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"Our officers' primary responsibility is protecting DoD employees to allow them to perform their critical national security mission," said Pentagon Force Protection Agency Director Steven E. Calvery.


"Through his contributions, ...

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"Through his contributions, PFPA has grown and evolved into the agency it is today," said PFPA Director Steven E. Calvery, during the ceremony.


Steven E. Calvery Director ...

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Steven E. Calvery Director of the Pentagon Force Protection Agency Master Chief Petty Officer of the U.S. Coast Guard Steven W. Cantrell Master Chief Petty Officer of the U.S. Coast Guard


"You see this kind of behavior ...

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"You see this kind of behavior in the wild all the time among pack animals, like when several hyenas band together to take down a large gazelle," says PFPA director and amateur zoologist Steven Calvery.

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