Colonel William L. Cramer,
USAF (ret.) spent 21 years in the United States Air Force. During his career, William Cramer was an Air Force radar/navigator/bombardier
with non-flying assignments in the intelligence and investigative fields. He also spent 25 years as Wing Commander and Inspector
General with the Civil Air Patrol. He retired as a Colonel. After the Korean War and up to his retirement
he was a Special Agent with the Office of Special Investigations. He was concurrently on loan to another federal intelligence
agency for five years.
owning his own business, specializing in confidential intelligence data and management consulting, he was also an adjunct
professor at the University of Tennessee in Memphis and the University of Texas in Arlington. After attending
eight different colleges and universities in the United States, Europe and the Near East, he was awarded a Ph.D. in Business
Management. He is also past president (LocSec) of American MENSA in Fort Worth, Texas. William L. Cramer
is the author of Faces in the Mirror and Hazardous Environments.
According to the book description of
Faces in the Mirror, “Maj. Barry Flamm, a special agent with the Office of Special Investigations,
receives a concurrent assignment to the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). His undercover work begins in Paris, and further
assignments take him into the Near East, North Africa, and Russia. After his Air Force retirement, he is offered a full-time
position with the CIA and immediately and happily accepts. Filled with danger and excitement.”