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Approved For Release 2001/07/16 : CIA-RDP79-00498A000700080022-2 DEPAII d' % .iceNrt' Ole STA Plill VOHEIC;N S111M JCi, iNSTrrtYrJ., l4'AH1IiN(;TON. {?.d'. 20;',200 March 3, 1976 The Honorable George Bush Director of Central Intelligence Central Intelligence Agency Washington,D.C. 20505 Executive Registry STATINTL The Senior Seminar in Foreign. Policy is looking forward to its annual visit to CIA. Each year the Members have benefited greatly from their sessions with senior officials of the Agency. Mrs. has informed me that this year's visit has been programmed for Tuesday, STATINTL May 4. STATINTL who along with are the CIA Members of the Seminar, has already discussed a schedule for that day with We earnestly hope that you STATINTL will be able to spend some time with us during the day. Since you may not be familiar with the Senior Seminar, let me tell you something about it. The Seminar provides the senior most training available to officials of the United States Government agencies with foreign affairs responsi- bilities. It is conducted by the Foreign Service Institute of the Department of State and has a membership composed of senior grade officials and officers with twenty to twenty-five years of government service. This year's class numbers 26, with a little less than half being Foreign Service Officers and the remainder consisting of officials of other agencies, such as AID, USIA, CIA, Agriculture, the four military services and the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency. The purpose of the Seminar is to give specially selected officials, prior to tileir moving into top level senior positions, a ten-month opporLuni_ty for expanding and deepening their perceptivity of and perspec- tives on what is happening and why in America and the world. .This is accomplished through a curriculum composed of speakers on a wide scope of subjects, travel throughout the United States, reading, an individual case study, and in-house dis- cussions. Approved For Release 2001/07/16 : CIA-RDP79-00498A000700080022-2 I'll Approved For Release 2001/07/16 : CIA-RDP79-00498A000700080022-2 Enclosed you will find materials of use to you and others in the Agency: a description of the course, brochure, and biographies of the Members and staff. All Members have Top Secret and Q clearances. Also all discussions are considered off-the-record and speakers' remarks are never attributed. Our best regards, Sincerely, /G' 2?~ (~~/ ( r ~}cjc-7-?ter ~.~ George M. Bennsky Deputy Coordinator Enclosures: 1. Brochure 2. Biographies 3. Description of Course Approved For Release 2001/07/16 : CIA-RDP79-00498A000700080022-2 Approved For Release 2001/07/16 :9NAER0MM4A IJ00080022-2 AMBASSADOR JOHN F. ROOT Coordinator Senior Seminar in. Foreign Policy Ambassador John F. Root wasA appointed Coordinator of the Senior Seminar in Foreign Policy in July 1974. Ambassador Root was born in Pennsylvania in 1918. He did his undergraduate studies at P-rinceton in history, and graduate work at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. Ambassador Root served in the U.S. Army from 1942 to 1946, reaching the grade of Captain. He joined the Foreign Service in 1946 and was assigned to Sao Paulo, Brazil, as Vice Consul. He next went to the American Embassy in London where he served from 1949-52 as a Political Officer. In the summer of 1953 he attended a Seminar on the Middle East at the American University of Beirut in Lebanon. From there (1952-56) he returned to the United States as the Desk Officer for Libya and Ethiopia, subsequently to become Officer-in-Charge, North African Affairs. In 1956 he went to the NATO Defense College in Paris and in 1957 to Rabat, Morocco, as Chief of the Political Section. In 1959 he became Deputy Director of the Office of North African Affairs; in 1962, Deputy Chief of Mission, Algiers; and in 196 , Director of the Office of North African Affairs. In 1969 he was appointed Ambassador to Ivory Coast, where he served until his present assignment. In 1969 Ambassador Root received a citation from the Arab-American Chamber of Commerce for his contributions to U.S. relations with the Arab countries of North Africa. In 1974 he was decorated (Grand Officier) in the National Order of Ivory Coast by order of President Houphouet-Boigny. Ambassador Root is married to Marie Louise Pirman and they have seven children. A4Vd ed FJd 1 lease 2001/07/16 : CIA-RDP79-00498A000700080022-2 Approved For Release 2001/07/16 : CIA-RDP79-00498A000700080022-2 George M. Bennsky Deputy Coordinator Senior Seminar in Foreign Policy Mr. Bennsky was born in December 1923 in Hickory, North Carolina. He spent almost three years (1943 to 1946) in the Army Air. Corps, mostly in the China-Burma-India Theater. He then obtained a. B.A. in Foreign Affairs from George Washington University in 1949 and an M.A. in Economics from the University of Michigan in 1950. Following his graduation from Michigan, he worked for eight months as a Research Assistant in the International Monetary Fund, during that institution's consideration of the implications of the formation of the European Payments Union. Ile joined the Treasury Department's Office of International Finance in March 1951, working first in. the Middle East Section and then, in July 1952, going to Beirut, Lebanon as Assistant Treasury Representative with responsibility for advising Ambassadors and AID Directors throughout the Middle East area, bounded by Iran on the east, Egypt on the west, Turkey on the north and the Arabian Peninsula on. the south. Mr. Bennsky joined the Foreign Service in mid-1956, following his return from his Middle East Treasury assignment. He served as an International Economist in the State Department's Office of Near Eastern Affairs, with responsibility for the petroleum producing states, Jordan and Iraq, from 1956-60. His next assignment was to Consulate General Madras, India, where he was Chief of the Economic and Commercial Section from 1960 to 1962 and Chief of the Political Section from 1962 to 1964. Returning to Washington, he then served as Chief of Near East Economic Affairs in the Office of Near Eastern Affairs from 1964 to 1966, followed by a year's assignment as Senior Political-Economic Officer in the United.Arab Republic Country Directorate. In 1967, he was assigned as a student at the National War College. Following graduation in 1968, he served as Chief of the Economic and Commercial Section at the American Embassy and Deputy Director of the AID Mission in Lima, Peru. He was next assigned in December 1972 as Director of the Office of Fuels and Energy in the Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs. In August 1974, Mr. Bennsky was assigned as a Member of the Senior. Seminar in Foreign Policy. Following the departure in February 1975 of the Deputy Coordinator of the Seminar, he took his place in an acting capacity, to be followed by a one year assignment as Deputy Coordinator beginning June 1975. February 1, 1975 Approved For Release 2001/07/16 : CIA-RDP79-00498A000700080022-2 Department of State EIGHTEENTH SESSION September 2, 1975 - June 25, 1976 MEMBERS' BIOGRAPHIES Approved For Relgase 2D01/07/16 : CIA-RDP79-00498A000700080022-2 _or igrr Seevice Institute ASKIN, Peter W. Born: South Dakota, 1929 Education: St. Johns University (1947-49); Montana State University, B.A. History and Political Science (1951); Montana State University, M.S. International Relations (1956); University of Pittsburgh (1968-69). Experience: U.S. Army (1951---54); Investigator, U.S. Civil Service Commission (1956-59); Management Intern, U.S. Civil Service Commission (1959-61); Management Analyst, Agency for International Development (AID) (1961--62: Desk Officer for Guatemala, AID/Washington (1962-63); Assistant Program Officer, U.S. AID Mission to Guatemala (1963-65); Program Officer, U.S. AID Mission to Paraguay (1965-68); Graduate Student in Economic and Social Development Studies, University of Pittsburgh (1968-69); Assistant Director for Development Office of Argentine, Paraguayan and Uruguayan Affairs, AID/Washington (1969-72); Deputy Associate Director of Programs,'U.S. AID Mission to South Vietnam (1972-74); Director, Office of Cambodian Affairs, AID/Washington (1974-75); Deputy Lxecutive Director, Emergency Indochina Relief and Coordination Committee (April/May 1974); Assistant Director for Operations, Interagency 'Indochina Resettlement Task Force (1975); Superior Honor Award (1971). Previous Position: Director, Office of Development Planning, Bureau for East Asia? AID/Washington. Education: B.A. (History), University of Wisconsin, 1947; M.A. (History), University of Wisconsin, 1950. BURKE, John Richard FSO-1 Born: Wisconsin, December. 7, 1924 Experience: U.S. Navy, Pacific (1943-46); Japan/Korea/Europe (1950-53); LCDR; Wisconsin State Historical Society, Librarian (1947-50); Administrative Assistant to the Director. (1953-56); Teaching Assistant, University of Wisconsin (1954-46); Bangkok, Deputy Chief, SEATO Division (1957-58); Paris, Consular Officer (1958-61); Assistant British Desk Officer, Department (1961-62); Vietnamese Language Training (1962); Saigon, Political Officer (1963-65); Acting Chief, Political Section (1965-66); Special Assistant to Assistant Secretary, EA, Department (1966-67); Director, Vietnam Working Group, Department (1967-69); National War College (1969-70); Haiti, Deputy Chief of Mission (1970-72); Director, Office of Caribbean Affairs (1972-75); Superior Honor Award, 1966. Aapmye F iF tifse Bggj/Pt7/ 6 : &i o7f9Z0R E 7A0j%WA22-2 Approved For Release 2001/07/16 : CIA-RDP79-004298A000700080022-2 BYRNE, Patricia M. FSO--l STATE Born: Ohio, June 1, 1925 Ecucation: Vassar College, AB, 1946; School of Advanced International Studies, MA, 1947. Experience: Department of State: American Embassy, Athens (1949); American Embassy, Saigon (1952); Commend. Serv. Award (1954); Department, International Relations Officer (1955); Officer-in-Charge, Laos Affairs (1957); American Embassy, Izmir (1958); Merit Service Award, 1958; Ankara (1960); American Embassy, Vientiane (1962); Department:, Foreign Affairs Officer.(1964); Officer-in--Charge, Dependent Area Affairs (1964); UN Political Affairs (1966); Supervisor, Personnel Staffin Specialist (1966); Special Assistant (1967); Detailed to National War College (1968); American Embassy, Paris, Political Officer (1969); American Embassy, Colombo, Deputy Chief of Mission-Counselor (1973). I)AVIS,CarlEdward FSIO-2 Born: Colorado, March 8, 1927. Education: University of Denver, BS Busineas Administration, 1948. Experience: Advertising Copywriter and Advertising Manager on Newspapers (1947-50); Assistant Editor, University Public Relations Office (1950-52); Staff Director, Committee on Small Business, U.S. House of Representatives (1952-55); Information Officer, U.S. Embassy, La Paz, Bolivia (1955-57); Legislative Assistant, U.S. Senate (1957-58); Public Affairs Officer, Dominican Republic (1958-59); Public Affairs Officer, Panama (1960-65); Officer in Charge, Special Projects Office (USIA), Miami, Florida (1965-68); Public Affairs Officer, Santiago Chile (1968-71); Meritorious Service Award, 1964; Superior Honor Award, 1968. Previous Position: Chief, Latin American Division, Voice of America (1971-75). FRANCIS, Albert A. FSO-2 STATE Born: Education: Virginia, October 11, 1932. Los Angeles State College of Applied Arts and Sciences, BA, 1957; University of California, MA, 1958. Experience: U.S. Army (1952-55); State Department: FSR-8 (8/58); FSO-8 (10/58); Exchange Program Officer (1959); Language Training, FSI (1959); Chiengmai (1960); FSO-7 (1961); Bangkok, Political Officer (1964); Department, Inter- national Relations Officer (1965); FSO-5 (1965); Saigon, Political Adviser to III Marine Amphibian Force (Danang),(1966); Political Officer (1967); FSO-4 (1967); Udorn, Political Officer (1967); FSO-3 (1969); Detailed to the Department of the Army (1971-72); Naha (1972), Political Military Affairs Officer (1972); Language Training, FSI (1973); Political Officer, Saigon (1973); Political-Military Affairs Officer (1974); FSO-2, (1974). Previous Position: Consul General, Danang, Vietnam. Approved For Release 2001/07/16: CIA-RDP79-00498A000700080022-2 Approved For Release 2001/07/16 : CIA-RDP79-00498A000700080022-2 -3- FULTON Arthur B. GS-16 Born : Pennsylvania, December 18, 1929. Education : Bachelor of Arts (History/Government), Otterbein College (Ohio), 1951; Juris Doctor, University of Pittsburgh School of Law, 1957. . Experience: U.S. Army (Special Agent - Counter Intelligence Corps), (1951-54; Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation, U.S. Department of Justice: Louisville, Kentucky, Field Office, (1957-58); Covington, Kentucky, Resident Agency, (1958-59); New York, New York, Field Office, (1959-66) As Field Agent; Supervisor, Extremist Section, Intelligcnce Division,. FBI headquarters, Washington, D.C., (1.966-71); Counselor, Agents Training, Training Division, FBI Headquarters, Washington, D.C., and FBI Academy, Quantico, Virginia (1971.); Inspection Staff, Inspection Division, FBI Headquarters, Washington, D.C., and Field Offices around the Country, (1971- 72); Unit Chief, Black Nationalist-West Unit, Extremist Section, Intelligence Division, FBI Headquarters, Washington, D.C., (1972); Assistant Special. Agent: in Charge, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Field Office, (1973); Section Chief, IS-3 Section (Research and Training), Intelligence Division, FBI Headquarters, Washington, D.C., (1974-Present). Member, District of Columbia Bar and American Bar Association; Admitted to Practice before the Se-xreme Court of the United States. Previous Position: Chief, IS-3 Section (Research and Traini-:',), I:;stel.l:A~~^z re Division, FBI Headquarters, Department of Justice, J. J, gar IHuover Bu:I ding, Washington, D.C. GILDNE Jay W. FSIO-1 USIA Born : Iowa, July 14, 1926 Education : University of Minnesota, BA (Humanities/Journalism), 1949. Experience: U.S. Army Air Corps, (1945); Daily Newspaper, (1949-50); Director, Advertising and Public Relations for Retail Store Chain, (1950-55); Chief, Media Analysis Branch, USIS, Bonn, (1955); Information Officer, Berlin (1955-56); Director, U.S. Information and Cultural Center, Berlin, (1956-59); Cultural Affairs Officer, Stuttgart, (1959-60); Branch Public Affairs Officer and Consul, Toronto, (1.960-61); Assistant Press Secretary to President Kennedy, The White House, (1.961-62); Chief, News Policy Gui&rice Officer, Deputy Chief, Policy Guidance Staff, USIA, Washington, D.C., (1962-65); Public .Affairs Officer, Tel Aviv, (1965-68); Counselor of Eubassy for Public Affairs, Tehran, (1968-71); Assistant Director, USIA (Went Europe), (1971- 75). Phi Beta Kappa, 1949; Superior Honor Award, 1967. Previous Position: Assistant Director, USIA, (West Europe). Approved For Release 2001/07/16 : CIA-RDP79-00498A000700080022-2 Approved For Release 2001/07/16 : CIA-RD09-00498A000700080022-2 IIENNFM'IEYER, Robert T. FSO-I STATE Born : Chicago, Illinois, December 1, 1925. Education : University of Chicago, Ph.B., 1947; Chicago Teacher's College, 1950; Oxford university, 1960-61; University of Maryland, 1965-66. I xperfence: U.S. Army, European Theatre, 1944-46; Teacher, Chicago City High Schools and Junior College; Program Officer, Division of Exchange of Persons, Department of Stat.e, (1952); Director, America Houses Bremen and Bremerhaven, (1952-53); 01ficer-in-Charge, American Consulate, Bremerhaven, (1953); Assistant Secretary, Allied General Secretariat, Allied High Commission, Bonn, (1954); Personal Assistant to the Ambassador, Bonn, (1954-56); Economic Officer, American Consulate General, Munich, (1956-57); Assistant Chief of Protocol, Department of State, (1.957-58); Desk Officer for Liberia, Nigeria, Ghana, Sierra Leone, and Gambia, Bureau of African Affairs, (1958-60); Oxford University (African Area Studies), (1960-61); Deputy Principal Officer, Chief, Political Section, and Deputy Chief of Mission, American Consulate General and American Embassy, Dar es Salaam, (1961-64); Faculty Adviser, U.S. Naval Academy, (1964-66); Deputy Director and Director, Funtional Personnel Program, Department of State, (1966-67); Special Assistant to Director General and to Director of Personnel, Department of State, (1967-68); Chief, Political Section, American Embassy, Oslo, (1968-71); Meritorious Honor Awards, 1964 and 1971. Previous Position: American Consul General, Dusseldorf. IIIRSCIIFEI,D,_ Thomas J. GS-16 Born : Germany, June 21, 1930 Education : University of Pennsylvania, AB (History), 1952; Columbia University, MA (International Relations), 1956. Experience: Marine Corps, l.st Lt., Korea, (1.953-54); Trainee, Steamship Company, (1956); Appointed FSO-8, 1956-assigned Bureau of Intelligence and Research; Visa Officer and Economic Officer, Stockholm, (1958-61); Political Officer, Phnom Penh, (1961-63); Officer in Charge of Cambodian Affairs, (1963-65); Personnel Officer,(1965); Foreign Affairs Officer, Office of German Affairs, (1966-68); Political Officer, Bonn, (1968-69). Resigned U.S. Foreign Service, 1969. Appointed Deputy Chief, Regional Division, ACDA, September, 1969. Chief, 1973. Member of the U.S. Delegation to preliminary MBFR Conference, Vienna, (1973); U.S. Delegation to CSCE 1, Helsinki; Senior Advisor, U.S. MBFR Delegation, Vienna, (1974). Previous Position: Chief, Regional Division, US Arms Control and Disarmament Agency. Approved For Release 2001/07/16 : CIA-RDP79-00498A000700080022-2 -5- Approved For. Release 2001/07/16 : CIA-RDP79-00498A000700080022-2STA,I'E KARKASIIIAN john E. FSO-2 Born : Massachusetts, March 28, 1925 Education : University of Southern California, BA (Foreign Service), 1950; University of Southern California, MA (Political Science), 1951. Experience: U.S. Army, (1943-46), European Theater; Department of State, International. Economist./Foreign Affairs Officer, (1951-55); Economic Officer, San Jose, (1956-59); Commercial Attache, Quito, (1959-61); Stanford University, (1961-62); Department of State, Ecuador Desk Officer, ARA, (1962-65); Panama, Chief of Political Section, (1965-68); Counselor for Political Affairs, Santiago, (1968-71); Department of State, Deputy Director, Office of Bolivia/Chile Affairs, ARA, (1971-73). Pr-cevious Posfti.on: Director, Office of Bolivia/Chile Affairs, ARA, Department of State KOVNERJ Milton FSO-2 Born : New York, December 13, 1929 Education : City College of New York, BSSS in history, 1951; School. of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, MA (International Affairs) (Soviet Studies)? 1952; Georgetown University, Ph.D. (Internationa.l Relations) (International Economics)F 1960. Experience: Research Fellow, University of Oklahoma, (1951); Middlebury College Summer Russian Language School, (1952); U.S. Army, C-2, Intelligence, Army Security Center, (1952-54); Psywar Division, Human. Resources Research Office, (1954-55); Central Intelligence Agency, (1.955-66); Department of State, Chief, Communist Foreign Economic Policy Division, INR, (1966-- 69); Economic Counselor, Moscow, (1969); Economic Advisor, U.S. Mission to NATO, (1.969-73); Lecturer on Soviet Affairs, SAES, (1960-09). Phi Beta Kappa; Meritorious Honor Award: National Honor Scholastic Societies (History, Education): The Challenge of Coexistence (Public Affairs Press, 1960); Articles in Scholarly Journals. Previous Position: Deputy Director (Economic Affairs), Office of Soviet Union Affairs. Approved For Release 2001/07/16 : CIA-RDP79-00498A000700080022-2 -6- Approved For Release 2001/07/16 : CIA-RDP79-00498A000700080022-2 Captain USN T,F:WISWillf s, Ivan Jr. Ca~' Born : Illinois, November 24, 1930 Education : BA, McKendree College, 1952. Fxperiencc: U.S. Navy: Pilot Training, (1952-54); Utility Squadron SEVEN, NAS NORTH ISLAND, ' California; Fighter Squadron 124 (F7U) NAS Miramar, California, (1955-56); (one WESTPAC deployment, USS HANCOCK); Attack Squ,--drop 126 (F7U, F9F) NAS Miramar, (1956-57); Flight Instructor Advanced Training Unit. 206 (F9F) and Basic Training Unit 9 (T2V) NAS Pensacola, Florida,-(1957-159); Flight Instructor 3615th Pilot Training Wing (T-33) Craig AFB, Alabama, (1960-61); Attack Pilot, Heavy Attack Squadron NINE (A3D), NAS Sanford, Florida, (1961-63) ; (two Mediterranean deployment USS SARATOGA) ; Landing Signal Officer, Replacement Air Wing Four (A4), NAS Cecil Field, Florida, (1963-65); Student, Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island, (1965-66); pilot, Reconnaissance Attack Squadron Six (RA5C), NAS Sanford, Florida, (1966-67), (one WESTPAC deployment USS RANGER), Commanding Officer, Reconnaissance Attack Squadron Fourteen (RA5C), NAS Albany, Georgia, (1967-69); (one Mediterranean deployment, USS J. F. KENNEDY); Assistant Air Operations Staff, Commander in Chief, U.S. Naval. Forces Europe, London, England, (1970-71); Commander Attack. Carrier Air Wing Six (F4, A6, A7) NAS Cecil Field, Florida, (1972-73),(one Mediterranean deployment, USS F. D. ROOSEVELT). }'revious Position: Executive Assistant to Director, Command and Control and Communications (C3) Programs, Office o~ Chief of Naval Operations. MALONE, Gifford D. PSO-2 Born : Virginia, May 31, 1930 Education : Princeton University, BA (History), 1951; Columbia University, MA (Government and Certificate of Russian Institute), 1953; Columbia University, advanced study in international relations and international law, 1957-58. Experience: U.S. Army,(1953-56); Assistant to Director, Russian Institute, Columbia University, (1957-58); Department of State, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, analyst, USSR, (1959-61); Vice Consul, American Embassy, Warsaw, (1961-62), Economic Officer, (1962-63); Student at USA Russian Language -Institute, Oberammeugau, Germany, (1963-64); American Embassy, Moscow, Assistant Administrative Officer, (1964-65); Economic Officer, (1965-66); Department of State, Office of Soviet Union Affairs, (1966-69); Executive Secretariat, (1969-71); American Embassy, Warsaw, Chief Political Section, (1971-73). Previous Position: Deputy Assistant Director (Soviet.Union & Eastern Europe), USIA. Approved For Release 2001/07/16 : CIA-RDP79-00498A000700080Q22-2 Approved For Release 2001/07/16 : CIA-RDP79-00498A000700080022-2 -7- tIEARS,_ Leon G. GS-15 Born :Tennessee, December 31, 1934 Education : Ohio State University, ES (Agriculture), 1.956; University of Maryland, MS (Agricultural Economics), 1965. Experience: U.S. Marine Corps, Engineer Officer, (1956-59); Department of Agriculture, Foreign Agricultural Service, Agricultural Economist, (1959-63); American Embassy, Rio de Janeiro, Assistant Agricultural Attache, (1963- 64); Department of Agriculture, Foreign Agricultural Service, International Mtarketing Specialist, (1965-67); American Embassy, Tokyo, Assistant Agricultural Attache, (1967-71); American Embassy, Santiago, Agricultural Attache, (1971-73). Previous Position: Director, Planning and Evaluation Division, Foreign Agricultural Service, U. S. Department of Agriculture. STATINTL Approved For Release 2001/07/16 : CIA-RDP79-00498A000700080022-2 Approved For Release 2001/07/16 : CIA-RDP79-00498A000700080022-2 MOORE Richard G. Colonel. USMC Born : New York., July 30, 1930 Education : The Johns Hopkins University, BA (Biology), 1.951; Juris Doctor The Northwestern University School of Law, Chicago, 1954; The Basic School, Quantico, 1955; The U.S. Naval Justice School, Newport, Rhode Island, 1955; the Northwestern University School of Law, Chicago, Short Course for Defense Attorney's in Criminal Cases, student - 1966, lecturer - 1974; the Judge Advocate General's School, U.S. Army, Char lottesv:Llle, Virginia, Law in Vietnam. Course - 1967; and Military Judges Course -- 1960; and Drug Abuse Course for Law Enforcement Officers, Bureau of Drug Abuse Control, Washington:., D.C., 1968. Admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court; the Supreme Court of the State of Illinois; the U.S. District Court of the District of Columbia; and the United States Court of Military Appeals, Member of the Bar of the State of Illinois and of the Bar of the District of Columbia. Member of the American Bar Association, the District of Columbia Bar Association,. the Illinois Bar Association and the Chicago bar Association. Experience: U.S. Marine Corps, coazmissioned, February 1953; Officer's Basic Training, Quantico, Virginia, (1954-55); Company Officer, Marine Corps Base, Quantico, (1955); Student, the U.S. Naval Justice School, Newport, Rhode Island, (1955); Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, Assistant: Base Legal Officer, Trial and Defense Counsel for general courts martial, Legal Research Officer, Base Legal Assistance Officer, Law Library Officer, Counsel for Parties before Physical Evaluation Boards, and Member of Administrative Discharge Boards, (1955-59); Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, Marine Corp Air Station, Cherry Point, North Carolina, Assistant Station Legal Officer, Trial and Defense Counsel for General Courts Martial, Station Legal Assistance Officer, Station Claims Investigating Officer, Station Voting Officer, and Member of Station Boards of Survey, Civilian Welfare Fund Audit Board and Recreation Council, (1959-62); Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, 3d Marine Division, FMF, Okinawa, Trial and Defense Counsel for General Courts- Martial, and Courts Martial Review Officer, (1963-64); Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, 2d Marine Division, Fm?, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, General Courts Martial Trial Counsel, Military Judge,Cou.rts Martial Review Officer, and Staff Judge Advocate for the 2nd Marine Division (Rear), (1964- 66.) Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps, Washington, D.C., Discipline Branch, Personnel Department, Research and Plans Officer, (1966-68); Force Logistic Coimand, FMF, Republic of Vietnam, Deputy Staff Judge Advocate, (1968-69); 3d Marine Aircraft Wing, FMF, Marine Corps Air Station, El Toro, California, Deputy Staff Judge Advocate and Staff Judge Advocate, Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps, Washington, D.C., Judge Advocate Division, Head, Military Law Branch, and Deputy Director, Judge Advocate Division. Previous Position: Deputy Director, Judge Advocate Division, Headquarters U.S. Marine Corps, Washington, D.C. Approved For Release 2001/07/16 : CIA-RDP79-00498A000700080022-2 -9- Approved For Release 2001/07/16 : CIA-RDP7&006R1p2700080022-2 USA 0" Sil'' Donald T4. Born: New York, July 31, 1933 Iducat_i.on: U.S. Military Academy, BS, 1956; Princeton University, MS (Civil Engineering), 1961; U.S. Army Cot>xcnand and General Staff. College, NMAS Military Arts and Science, 1968; Georgetown University Law Center, JD, 1970; U.S. Army War College, 1.973. Experience: l-.:>. Army: Company commander, 3rd Engineer Battalion, Korea, (1957-58); Operations officer, 618th Airborne Engineers and Aide De Camp to Commanding General, 1st Logistical Command, Fort Bragg, (1958-60); Resident Engineer, Karamursel, Turkey, (1962-64); Assistant Professor of Military Science, The Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, (.1.964-66); Branch Chief, Headquarters 18th Engineer Brigade and U.S. Army Engineer Command, Vietnam, (1966-67); Engineer Staff Officer, US A.rm~Qttaliar~ Strategy and Tactics Analysis Group, Bethesda, Maryland, (1968-70); Commander, 589th Engineer Battalion, Vietnam, (1970-71); Staff Assistant, Construction Directorate, Office of the Secretary of Defense, (1971-72) ; Member of the Bar, D.C., 1970. Previous Position: Strategic Research Analyst, U.S. Army War College, 1973-75. RUSSELL. Christopher H. FSR-2 Born: Singapore - May 21, 1928 Education: Yale College, BA (History), 1950; Harvard Law School., J.D. International Law, 1953. Experience: U.S. Army - Pvt. 1st Lt., Infantry, (1953-56); Lawyer - New York City, (1956-58); Department of Army Lawyer and Liaison Officer, (1958, 1961-66); Staff Assistant to President Eisenhower (Office of Staff Secretary) (1959-61); Research Fellow, Harvard Center for International Affairs, (1966-1967); Director, Center for Rural Development (Cambridge, Massachusetts), (1967-69); A.I.D. Area Coordinator - Luang Prabang, Pakse, Laos, (1969-71); A.I.D. Deputy Mission Director, Manila, Philippines; (1971-73). Previous Position: Director, Legislative Programs Coordination Staff, AID/ Washington, 1973-Present. Approved For Release 2001/07/16 : CIA-RDP79-00498A000700080022-2 Approved For Release 2001/07/16 : CIA-RDP79-Q.08A000700080022-2 I;USSELL1 Mci(inn II. FSIO-1 Born: New York, May 28, 1929. Education: B.A., Yale University, 1.950. Experic nce: U. S. Army (1951--53); Refugee Resettlement Officer in Germany (1953-55) ; Radio Correspondent and Editor in Europe, (1955-62); USIA: Assistant Information Officer, Leopoldville, (1963-65); Policy Officer in USIA's African Area, (1965-67); Chief, USSR Division of Voice of America, (1967-69); Cultural Attache and then Counselor for Cultural Affairs (PAO), Moscow, (1969-71); PAO for FRG and West Berlin, Bonn, (1971-75). Superior Honor Award, 1965; Meritorious Honor Award, 1969. Previous Position: PAO for FRG and West Berlin, Bonn, 1971-75. SCANLAN, john 1). FSO-2 Born: Thief River Falls, Minnesota, December 20, 1.927. Education: University of Minnesota, BA History, 1952; MA Russian Area Studies, 1955. Experience: U.S. Navy, (1945-46; Truck driver and sales clerk, (1946-47); U.S. Army (1.951); Instructor, University of Minnesota, (1955); Member, Summer Study Group to ;_zrkey, (1954) ; Faculty Advisor, Summer Study Group to Yugoslavia, (19.55); Entered the Foreign Service in April, 1956 and assigned to the Office of Intelligence and Research as a Soviet Analyst; Moscow, General Services Officer, (1958-60); Polish Language Training, Foreign Service Institute, (1960-61); Consular Officer, Warsaw, (July-October, 1961); Cultural Affairs Officer, Warsaw, (1961-64); Political Officer, Warsaw, (January- July, 1965); Political Officer, Montevideo, (1965-67); Principal Officer, Poznan, (1967-69); Senior State Department Representative, National Military Command Center, JCS, (1969-71); Officer--in-Charge, Soviet- American Bilateral Relations, Office of Soviet Union Affairs, State, (1971-73); Member, Falls Church City Planning Commission, (1972-73). Approved For Release 2001/07/16 : CIA-RDP79-00498A000700080022-2 Approved For Release 2001/07/16: CIA-RDP793 0498A000700080022-2 SELIGMANN, Albert L. FSO-1 Born New York, May 26, 1925 Education: Columbia College, A.B., 1943; Columbia University School of International Affairs, M.I.A, 1949. Experience: U.S. Army, (1943-47), Japanese Language Officer; Department of State Office of Intelligence and Research, Analyst for Indochina, (1949-51); Indonesia, (1951-53); and Japan (1953-55); Language Training Tokyo, (1955-56); Consul (Political Officer) Consulate General Kobe-Osaka, (1956-59); Political Officer, Tokyo, (1959-62); Deputy Chief, Political Section, Bangkok, (1962-65); Deputy Director, Office of Research and Analysis, East Asia and Pacific, Department of State, (1965-67); Special Assistant to the Director, Policy Planning Staff, Office of International Security Affairs, (ISA), Department of Defense, (1967-68); Deputy Director, Policy Planning and Arms Control Staff, ISA, (1968-69); Member, Planning and Coordination Staff, Department of State, (1969-71); Deputy Political Adviser (Chief Political Section), United States Misolon, Berlin, (1971-74). Previous Position: Deputy Assistant Chief of Mission, Berlin SMTTIjCar1 Richard Colonel Born : Pennsylvania, December 20, 1933. Education : Franklin & Marshall College, BS (Economics), 1955; George Washington University, MS (Business Administration), 1966. Experience:. U.S. Air. Force: Student in Basic Navigator Training, Harlingen AFB, Harlingen, Texas, (1956); Student in Advanced. Navigator/Radar/Bombardier Training, Mather AFB, Sacramento, California (1957); Student in B-52 Combat Crew Training School, Castle AFB, Merced, California, (1957); B-52 Navigator/Radar Navigator/Instructor Navigator, Walker AFB, Roswell, New Mexico, (1958-63); Operations Support Officer, Bombardment/Navigation Section, Headquarters 15th Air Force, March AFB, Riverside, California, (1963-65); Student at Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell AFB, Montgomery, Alabama, (1965-66); Planning & Programming Officer, Command Planning Division, Directorate of Plans, Headquarters United States Air Force, Pentagon, (1966-70); Combat Crew Navigator/Instructor Navigator and Wing Executive Officer, 460th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing, Tan Son Nhut Air Base, Vietnam, (1970-71); Staff Officer, Deputy Chief of the Plans Branch, and Chief of the Nuclear Policy Section, Plans and Policy Division, Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE), Belgium, (1971-74). Previous Position: Chief, Executive Branch, Plans and Policy Division, Supreme Headquarters, Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE), Belgium. Approved For Release 2001/07/16: CIA-RDP79-00498A000700080022-2 Approved For Release 2001/07/16 : CIA-RDP79-00498A000700080022-2 -12- I'ANGUY. Charles R. FS0-1 STATE Born : Pennsylvania, December 24, 1921. Education : Swarthmore College, 1939-41; Pennsylvania State University, BA (Journalism), 1947; Johns Hopkins University, 1947 (one Semester of Graduate Work in Modern History). Experience: U.S. Army, Hawaii and Guam, (1942-46) (Left the Service with the Rank of First Lieutenant); Entered the Foreign Service in June 1947 and Attended the Junior Office Course at FSI; American Embassy Athens, Assistant Agricultural Attache and Later Acting; Agricultural Attache, (1947-49); American Consulate, Rabat, Political Officer and Deputy Principal Officer,, (1949-52); Administrative Training Course, FS., (1952-53); American Embassy Rome, General Services Officer and Later Acting Budget and Fiscal Officer and. Acting Deputy Administrative Officer, (1953-54); American Embassy, Bern, Acting Administrative Officer, (1954-55); American Consulate, Penang, Principal Officer, (1955-56); Mid-Career Course, FSI, (1957); Department of State, International Relations Officer, Philippine Affairs and later Desk Officer for Malayan Affairs, (1957-61); American Embassy, Ankara, Deputy Chief, Political Section, (1961-65); American Embassy, Paris, Deputy Chief of Political Section in Charge of Internal Political Affairs, (1965-68); Department of State, Country Director for France/ Benelux later redesignated Western Europe, (1968.-72); FSI Executive Seminar in Foreign Affairs, (1972). Meritorious Honor Award, 1.965. Previous Position: Deputy Chief of Mission, American Embassy, The Hague. TARTTER, Jean R. FSO-2 Born . New York, October 14, 1925 Education : Brown University, BA (Economics), 1948 Experience: U.S. Arsny, Rifleman, European Theatre, (1944-46); Consular Officer, American Consulate Salzburg, Austria, (1948-50); and Edinburgh, Scotland, (1950-53); Political Officer, American Embassy Ottawa, (1953-?56); Staff Assistant, Office of Mutual. Security Affairs, Department of State, (1956- 60); U.S. Delegation to NATO, Paris, (1960-63); Armed Forces Staff College, (1963); Department of State, Swiss-Benelux Affairs and European Community Affairs, (1963-67); Mead of Economic Section, U.S. Embassy,. Warsaw, (1967-69); Economic Counselor, U.S. Embassy, Stockholm, (1970-71); U.S. Delegate, Committee II. Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE), Geneva, (1973-75). Previous Position: Deputy Director, Office of East-West Trade, Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs, Department of State. Approved For Release 2001/07/16 : CIA-RDP79-00498A000700080022-2 Approved For Release 2001/07/16: CIA-RDP79-0Qf9$A000700080022-2 TOUSSAINT, Donald R. FSO-1 STATE Born : Oakland, California, 1927. Education : Stanford University, BA (Political Science), 1947; Yenching University, (Peking), MA, (Political Science), 1949; Stanford University, Ph.D., Political Science, 1956. Experience: U.S. Navy, (1945-46); Fulbright Scholarship (Peking 1948-resumed in Paris 1951-52); instructor of political science at University of Maryland, overseas Program (1953-56); Executive Secretariat, Department of State, (1956-58); Indonesian Language Training, (1959); Junior Officer at U.S. Embassy, Jakarta and at U.S. Consulate in Medan, Indonesia, (1959-64); Political Officer at U.S. Mission to United Nations, (1964-68); Student at Imperial Defense College, Lauden, (1969); Counselor for Political Affairs, Tehran, Iran, (1970-72); Deputy Chief of Mission, Jakarta, Indonesia, (1972-75). Superior Honor Award, 1968. Previous Position: Deputy Chief of Mission, Jakarta, Indonesia. WHITING Albert W FSO--3 Born . Kansas, February 10, 1931 Education : Columbia University; AB, 1952; Georgetown University, 1956-57; University of Michigan, 1963-64. Experience: U.S. Navy: USS CABOT Engineering Officer, (1952); Flight Training, (1953-54); VP--5 Plane Commander, (1956). Department of State: Intelligence Research Specialist, (1957-59); Consular Officer, Rome, (1960); Economic Officer, Rome, (1961-62); Consular Officer, Genoa, (1963); Advanced Economic Training, University of Michigan, (1963-64); Financial Economist, Office of International Monetary Affairs, (1964-67); Economic Officer, Santo Domingo, (1967-70) ; Economic Officer; Lima, (1970-72) ; Counselor for Economic and Commercial Affairs, La Paz, (1972-75); Meritorious Honor Award, 1974. Previous Position: Counselor for Economic.and Commercial Affairs, La Paz, Boliva. 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