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John Sutherland

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John Sutherland "is a Senior Analyst for the United States Department of Defense. Previously he served in the United States Army and retired as a Lieutenant Colonel. He is Airborne, Ranger, and Pathfinder qualified; a graduate of the Command and General Staff College, and received a Masters of Military Arts and Sciences from the School of Advanced Military Studies. His civilian education includes a bachelors degree in business from Northern Arizona University and a Masters in Information Management from Webster University.


John served two combat tours in Iraq; first as an infantry company commander during Operation Desert Storm and then as a combat planner for the Coalition Land Component Command during Operation Iraqi Freedom. He also served as Chief of Plans and Deputy Operations Officer for the 2nd Infantry Division in the Republic of Korea. Johns military service has taken him to South America, East and West Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. John works as a senior Operational Analyst for the Joint and Coalition Operational Analysis Division in the Joint Staff." Lieutenant Colonel John Sutherland is the author of iGuerilla: Reshaping the Face of War in the 21st Century.

According to the book description of iGuerilla: Reshaping the Face of War in the 21st Century, "The iGuerilla has emerged as the new face of war and author John Sutherland, a Senior Analyst with the Department of Defense looks behind the black masks and sees what they are, who they are, and what they want to do, and how they plan to do it. The author starts at the beginning, how and from where the iGuerillas came to be, who they are today, and the reality of their threat. Using his analytical experience, he reveals how the iGuerilla is rapidly becoming the greatest threat to world stability in the 21st Century. Internet savvy iGuerillas trolling the web can cause massive disruption to the social order and a band of iGuerillas exploiting modern technology can now bring major cities and small countries to their knees. And unburdened by the protocols of formal states, the iGuerillas can create and exploit the nexus between terrorism, crime and rogue states. With unrestricted flexibility, iGuerilla bands are now becoming more powerful than many state armies. This book brings to the reader a vital understanding of the new world of conflict that is important for every concerned citizen to know."

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