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Approved For Release 2007/05/10: CIA-RDP83M00914R000300050016-1 ua"tiv0 PRESIDENT'S INTELLIGENCE OVERSIGHT BOARD August.31, 1982 Dear Mr. Casey: On behalf of the Chairman and members of the President's Intelligence Oversight Board, it is my pleasure to invite you to meet informally with the Board on the afternoon of September 13, 1982, at 4:00 PM, in roam 331 of the old Executive Office Building. There is no structured agenda for the meeting, which we view primarily as an opportunity to get acquainted. Of course, given the Board's charter, issues pertaining to effective oversight of CIA intelligence activities will be of particular interest. I understand from Mrs. Betty Murphy that this meeting has already been placed on your schedule. However, if for any reason you find you will be unable to attend, please have a member of your staff call me at 395-6113. With best wishes, I am Respectfully, Robert F. Turner Counsel The Honorable William J. Casey Director Central Intelligence Washington, D. C. 20505 DCI EXEC REG Approved For Release 2007/05/10: CIA-ROP83M00914R000300050016-1 CURRICULUM VITAE W. Glenn Campbell Director Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace Stanford, California 94305 (415) 497-2056 DEGREES 1948 Ph.D., Harvard University (Economics) 1946 M.A., Harvard University (Economics) 1944 B.A., University of Western Ontario, London, Canada PROFESSIONAL CAREER 1948-51 Instructor in Economics, Harvard University 1951-54 Research Economist, U.S. Chamber of Commerce 1954-60 Research Director, American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, Washington, D.C. 1960- Director, Hoover-Institution on War, Revolution and Peace, Stanford University OTHER PROFESSIONAL AND PUBLIC SERVICE ACTIVITIES 1968- Member, Board of Regents, University of California (Then-Governor Reagan's first appointment to the University of California Board of Regents on March 1, 1968, to a 16-year term; currently'Vice- Chairman of the Board) 1972-78 Member, National Science Board, National Science Foundation 1976 Member, President's Committee on Science and Technology 1969-74 Member,'President's Commission on White House Fellows Reagan-Bush 1980 Chairman, Reagan-Bush Task Force on Education; member, Task Force on Foreign Policy; member, Reagan-Bush Task Force on Inflation Policy 1980-81 Member, Personnel Advisory Committee to President Reagan 1976- Member, Board of Directors, Committee on the Present Danger 1980- Member, Board of Directors, Mont Pelerin Society 1980- Member, Advisory Board, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Georgetown University 1979- Member, Board of Visitors, Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Honolulu 1964- Pro,AdHerbert Hoover viser, American Enterprise Institutesfor1Public Policy 1960- Program Research, Washington, D.C. 1975- National Advisory Board, Institute of International Studies, University of South Carolina 1965-67 President, The Philadelphia Society 1962 Founding member, Executive Board, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Georgetown University 1956-57 Co-Director for report on American Competitive Enterprise, written for Senate Special Committee studying the foreign aid program ,. r Approved For Release 2007/05/1 Q2.CIA-RDP83M00914R000300050016-1 SELECTED PUBLICATIONS "Assuring the Primacy of National Security," in National Security: Political, Military, and Economic Strategies in the Decade Ahead Editor and co-author, Economics of Mobilization and War Voluntary Health Insurance in the United States Co-author, American Competitive Enterprise, Foreign Economic Development and the Aid Programs Economics of Compulsory Health Insurance Co-author, American Competitive Enterprise Economy ORGANIZATIONS American Academy of Political and Social Sciences American Economic Association The Philadelphia Society Royal Economic Society Mont Pelerin Society PERSONAL DATA Born: April 29, 1924 -- Komoka, Ontario, Canada (U.S. citizen by naturalization, 1953) Married: Rita Ricardo Campbell -- 1946 Children: .Barbara Lee Bizewski (1954), Diane Rita Porter (1956), Nancy Elizabeth (1960) OFFICIAL ADDRESS Hoover Institution, Stanford University, Stanford, California 94305 Approved For Release 2007105/1.6 IA-RnPR nnnnn14Rnnntnnnrnn1r,-1 Approved For Release 2007/05/10: CIA-RDP83M00914R000300050016-1 Charles Jarvis Meyers Lawyer - Educator Born: Dallas, Texas, August 7, 1925 Education: M.B.A. Rice University, 1949 L.L.B. University of Texas, 1949 L.L.M. Columbia University, 1953 J.S.D. 1964 Business Career: Admitted to Texas bar, 1949 Austin, ? University of Texas, Assistant Professor of Law, Texas, 1949-52; Associate Professor, 1952-54 Associate Professor, Columbia University, 1954-57; Professor, 1957-62 Professor of Law, Stanford University, 1952-1981 Charles A. Beardsley Professor, 1971-76 Richard E. Lang Professor and Dean, 1976-81 Senior Partner & Head, National Resources Group, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, Englewood, Colorado, 1981- Visiting Professor, University of Minnesota, 1953-54, 1963 Cornell University, 1961, University of Michigan, , University of Utah, 1965, University of Chile, Santiago, 1968-69 Director, Public Advisors Inc., San Francisco, 1971- .Sr. Professor, Chile Law Program, Santiago, 1968-69 Asst. General Counsel, National Water Commission, 1970-73 President, Association American Law Schools, 1975 Vice Chairman, Governor's Commission to Study California Water Rights Law, 1977-79 Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Delta Phi; Republican Author: Oil and Gas Law, 1959, 1964 (with H.R. Williams) Cases on Oil and Gas Law, 4th edition, 1978 Report to President's Task Force on Communications Policy, Market Exchange of Spectrum Rights, 1968 with Tarlock) 1 Water Resource ManegtSeof,Environmental P97o9 1971 Legal-Economic Asp Personal: Married Pamela Adams, August 4, 1954, 3 children l11S_L~ ' 4nnrn i rl Pnr . r-i A -- 11 Approved For Release 2007/05110: CIA-RDR&3M00914R000300050016-1 CHARLES TYROLER II Born: New York City, January 2, 1915 Primary and Secondary Education: Lincoln School of Teachers College, Columbia University - '31 University of Chicago - AB '35 Columbia University - MA '36 Bureau of Intelligence, Office of Facts and Figures and Office of War Information - 194 Ensi h to Lieutenant, U.S. Navy - 1942-1946 Assistant Director to Assistant Chairman, National Planning Association - 1946-1950 Special Assistant to the Secretary of Defense to Director of Manpower Supply, Department of Defense - 1950-1953 (Recipient Department of Defense Exceptional Civilian Service Award from Secretary of Defense Robert A. Lovett, 1953) Business Consultant; New York City - 1953-1956 Director, Senator Estes Kefauver's campaign for the Vice-Presidency - 1956 Director, Democratic Advisory Council - 1957-1960 Business Consultant in Washington - 1961-present (doing business as Counselors on National Problems) President, Quadri-Science, Inc. - 1961-1980 Director, Committee on the Present Danger - 1976-present Married to the former Carolyn Pierpont Williams of New Orleans, La. -1946 Approved For Release 2007/05/10: CIA-RDP83M00914R000300050016-1 Rronmi. ROBERT F. TURNER EMPLOYMENT THE WHITE HOUSE--Counsel to the President's Intelligence Oversight Board, White House Office, Executive Office of the President (1982-present). DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE--Special Assistant to the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, the Pentagon (1981-82). UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA SCHOOL OF LAW--Associate Director, Center for Law & National Security (1981). DEPARTMENT OF STATE--Consultant to the Office of the Legal Adviser (Part time and summers while earning law degree, 1979-80). U.S. SENATE--Legislative Assistant and Special Assistant to U.S. Senator, Robert P. Griffin, Assistant Minority Leader and member of Senate Com- mittee on Foreign Relations (1974-79). HOOVER INSTITUTION ON WAR, REVOLUTION AND PEACE, Stanford University-Public Affairs Fellow and Research Associate (.1971-74). U.S. ARMY-Released from active duty in 1971 with permanent rank of Captain, USAR. Assignments included: Assistant Special Projects Officer, North Vietnam/Viet Cong Affairs Division, JUSPAO, U.S. Embassy, Saigon, Vietnam; Psychological Operations Officer, Headquarters, U.S. Army, Pacific; Recon- naissance Platoon Leader, 2d Bn, 5th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division; Reconnaissance Platoon Leader, 100th Bn, 442d Infantry, 29th Inf. Bde. EDUCATION UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA SCHOOL OF LAW-Juris Doctor, 1981 (Activities: Senior Editor, Virginia Journal of International Law; Member, National Moot Court Team; Member, Jefferson Literary and Debating Society. UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA--Graduate work in Government and Foreign Affairs (1979-81)(A1l "A's" and "A+'s"). STANFORD UNIVERSITY--Part time graduate work in History and Political Science (1472-73)(All "A's"). INDIANA UNIVERSITY-Bachelor of Arts in Government (Honors Program), 1968 (Activities: President, I.U. Conservative League [1965-66-67]; President, Students for a Free Society; President, President Pro Tem and Minority Leader, Great Issues Senate). U.S. ARMY--Armor School (Basic Officers Course), 1969 (Commandant's List); Chemical, Biological and Nuclear Warfare School, 1969. (Honor Graduate). Annrnvarl Fnr RPIPaca 9nn7rnciln ('IA DME)a BAQr%Q4 A nnnonnncnn~r_ Approved For Release 2007/05/10: CIA-RDP83M00914R000300050016-1 ROBERT E. TURNER page 2'- PUBLICATIONS Vietnamese Communism: Its origins and Development (Stanford: Hoover Insti- tution Press, 1975, 517 pp.) Myths of the Vietnam War: The Pentagon Papers Reconsidered (New York: Amer- ican Friends of Vietnam, 1972, 55 pp.) Yearbook on International Communist Affairs (Stanford: Hoover Institution Press [Associate Editor for Asia & Pacific for 1973 and 1974 editions; contributed 14 chapters between 19.72 and 19.74]. Cases and Materials on Law & National Security (In preparation--coauthoring with Professor John Norton Moore). ,,Articles and reviews have appeared in numerous other publications, including: New York Times, Virginia Journal of International Late, Intercollegiate Review, Academic Reviewer, and Honolulu Advertiser. HONORS Named one of the ten most outstanding seniors by the Indiana Daily Student and by Sigma Delta Chi (journalism honorary). Awarded "Century Award" plaque by I.U. Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega for service to campus and community. Chosen "most outstanding senator" in Great Issues Senate. Best Brief Award (Region IV), National Moot Court Competition. Recipient of scholarships from the Eisenhower Memorial. Foundation and the Youth Foundation, and of research grants from the Hoover Press, the Earhart Foundation, the Institute for Educational Affairs, and the Carthage Foundation. Recipient of several plaques and citations from civic and patriotic organizations. Biographical profiles included in: Who's Who in the South and Southwest, Contemporary Authors and The International Authors and Writers Who's Who. Writings have been the subject of several radio, tele- vision and newspaper editorials, including three editorials in the WaZZ Street Journal between 1972 and 19-76. PERSONAL Age: 38 (14 February 1944) Height: 6'5" Weight: 240 lbs Marital Status: Married former Debra Lou Berwig (no children) Address: Office: Home: Room 331, OEOB 8222 La Faye Court The White House Alexandria, Washington, D.C. 20500 Virginia 22306 Telephone: (202) 456-1414 (703) 360-5394 (current: April 1982) Annrny r1 Crr Dolo.,nn ')0071niI1n ? rin DFDQannn -Approved For Release 2007/05/10-: CIA-RDP83M00914R000300050.016=1 THE WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON August 31, 1982 Hello Betty: Per our conversation enclosed are copies of the Board's resume. Campbell, Chairman Tyroler, Member Meyers, Member Turner, Counsel Also please pass the remprandum onto Mr. Casey. Thank you, yr Jo 45 22530