Charles W. Narburgh
Colonel (Ret.) Charles W. Narburgh was commissioned as a Military Intelligence Officer upon graduation from Officer Candidate School Class 23-67, 17 April 1967. His first duty assignment was as Operations Officer, 856th U.S. Army Security Agency Detachment, 199th Infantry Brigade, III Corps, Vietnam. | His subsequent duty assignments include: Control and Analysis Platoon Leader, 303d USASA Battalion, II Field Force Vietnam; Special Intelligence Liaison Officer, MACV IV Corps Headquarters, Vietnam; Defense Intelligence Agency Special Security Officer New York and Intelligence Advisor to the USAmbassador to the UN; Mission Control Director, Company Commander, Assistant S-3 for Plans and Security, and, Management Information Systems Officer, USASA Field Station Augsburg, Germany; Chief of Personnel, Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Headquarters DA; member of a small special DoD HUMINT study group; Commander, 524th Military Intelligence Battalion (HUMINT/CI), Korea; Commander, ROTC Wolverine Battalion, University of Michigan; Joint Service Fellow and Adjunct Instructor at the USAF Senior Service College and CINorth Carolina Red Threat at the Joint War Gaming Center, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama; Security, Plans and Operations Officer and a Senior MI Planner for Desert Shield/Desert Storm; Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Headquarters U.S. Army Europe, Heidelberg, Germany; Senior U.S. Intelligence Officer/Deputy G-2, Central Army Group, NATO, Heidelberg, Germany. | Colonel Narburgh's military education includes: Defense Language Institute, Monterrey, California (Vietnamese); Infantry OCS, Fort Benning, Georgia; MI Officer Basic Course (Signals Intelligence), Fort Devens, MA; MI Officer Advanced Course, Fort Huachuca, Arizona; National Security Management Course, Industrial College of the Armed Forces; U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas; National Senior Cryptologic Course, National Security Agency, Fort Meade, Maryland; USAF Senior Service College, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama; Company and Battalion Commander Courses; and numerous other courses in intelligence, military and civilian personnel management, and automation (hardware and software). | His civilian education includes an A.A.S. degree from Rochester, New York, Institute of Technology; B.S. in Business Administration (Management Information Systems), Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona; MBA, University of Utah (Munich, Germany); and, Boston University EdM program, Heidelberg, Germany.