Richard Scott Moore (Scott)

Richard Scott Moore
4341 Decatur Drive
Woodbridge, Virginia 22193
[email protected]
PH: 703 897-8766
Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason University
International Studies, Salve Regina University
History (20th Century Military and Diplomatic), Duke University
History, U.S. Naval Academy
Military Education
U.S. Marine Corps Command and Staff College
U.S. Air Force Command and Staff College (Non-Res)
U.S Army Command and General Staff College (Non-Res)
U.S. Naval War College, Command and Staff Course
Academic Experience
2003- Pres
Adjunct Faculty (graduate)
Resolution of Armed Conflict
Security Studies Program, Walsh School of Foreign Service
Georgetown University, Washington, DC
2006- 2010
Adjunct Faculty (graduate)
Analysis for Peace Operations; Post-Conflict Stabilization
School of Public Policy and Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution
George Mason University, Arlington, VA
1999- 2002
Online Masters Program Faculty (graduate)
Persian Gulf War Chinese; Chinese Military Experience in the 20th Century
Military History Program; Arts and Humanities
American Public University, Charlestown, WV
Course Director and Senior Instructor (professional)
Multinational Military Planning
UK Joint Warfare School, Poole, United Kingdom
Adjunct Faculty (undergraduate)
US Foreign Policy
Embry-Riddle University Extended Campus, Kaneohe, Hawaii
Instructor (undergraduate)
International Relations; Civil-Military Relations
Political Science Department
US Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland
Professional Experience
2009- 2011
Deputy Director, Center for Complex Operations
National Defense University (NDU)
Washington, DC
2006- 2009
Senior Advisor, Strategic Initiatives, Partnership Strategy
Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Policy)
Washington, DC
2004- 2006
Senior Director for Stability Operations
Hicks and Associates, Inc.
Arlington, Virginia
Chief, Concepts Division, Advanced Systems and Concepts Office
Defense Threat Reduction Agency
Fort Belvoir, Virginia
U. S. Marine Corps Officer
Worldwide Service
Regiment Executive Officer (Second in Command)
Camp Lejeune, NC
Battalion Commander
1st Battalion, 8th Marines
Camp Lejeune, NC and Overseas
Exchange Officer to the Royal Marines
Poole, United Kingdom
Select Member of Secretary of Defense Title V Gulf War Report Team
Washington, DC
Intelligence Officer
Camp Lejeune, NC; Panama; Kuwait
Operations Officer
Marine Air Group 26
New River, NC
Various Command and Staff Position
Kaneohe, HI; US Naval Academy (Instructor)
Honors and Awards
MCA Distinguished Author (Lifetime Achievement Award) 1997
Harold B. Chase Prize Essay: First Place (4); Honorable Mention (3) 1984-1995
Naval War College Prize Essay 1984
Nominated Naval Academy Instructor of the Year 1984
Robert D. Heinl Award for History (Honorable Mention) 1982
Numerous military decorations to include the Bronze Star Medal
Military Decorations and Awards
Bronze Star Medal, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal (two
awards), Joint Service Commendation Medal (two awards), Navy Commendation Medal, Army
Commendation Medal, Combat Action Ribbon (two awards), Marine Corps Expeditionary
Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal, SW Asia Service
Medal (w/ two campaign stars), NATO Service Medal, Sea Service Deployment Ribbon (six
awards), and various other campaign and service ribbons.
Professional Associations
American Political Science Association
International Studies Association
Society for Military History
US Naval Institute
Publications, Studies, and Presentations
Senior Editor, Complex Operations Lexicon, Washington, DC: National Defense University,
Book Review, Why Vietnam Matters, PRISM, Vol. 2. No.1, Fall 2010
Guest Speaker, “Civil-Military Transitions,” World Wide VTC, US Army COIN Center, June
Distinguished Speaker, Stability Operations and Counterinsurgency, Marine Corps University,
Quantico, VA, January 2008- March 2009
Principal Author, Quadrennial Roles and Missions Report to Congress, Appendix E “Interagency
Capabilities”, November 2008
“Military Intervention in the 20th Century,” Paper presented to the Military Conflict Institute,
Alexandria, VA, April 2008
Guest Lecturer, “Conflict Resolution,” Romanian Defense College, Bucharest, Romania, June 25, 2007 (Conducted in conjunction with Georgetown University)
“The Basics of Counterinsurgency,” Small Wars Journal, May 2007
“Ending the Bloodshed and Bridging the Chasm: Military Intervention and Conflict Resolution,”
Dissertation, George Mason University, April, 2007 (pending publication).
Guide to Small Arms and Light Weapons Disarmament. Washington, DC: Department of
Defense, March 2006
Alternative Approaches to the Global War on Terrorism. Defense Adaptive Red Team, Hicks
and Associates, Inc. January, 2005 (Principal Investigator)
“The Nature and Nurture of Apocalyptic Terrorism,” in Apocalyptic Terrorism: Understanding
the Unfathomable. Washington, DC: DTRA, 2004
Chief Editor, Terrorism: Concepts, Causes, and Conflict Resolution. Washington, DC: DTRA,
2003 (Author of two chapters: “Characteristics of Terrorism” and “A Broad Strategy for
Defusing the War on Terrorism”)
Monthly Op-Ed Writer, “BackTalk”. Gannet Newspapers, 2001-2004
“Defense of Seaports of Debarkation (SPOD) Against Attack with Chemical and Biological
Weapons,” Study conducted for US Department of Defense, January 2001
Editor and author, NBC Scenarios: 2002-2010. Washington, DC: DTRA, June 2000
Operational Concept for Civil-Military Operations. NATO Partnership-for-Peace, June 1999
“Light Armor in Expeditionary Operations.” Paper presented to the International Armor
Symposium, London, United Kingdom, 1995
“Looking Back at the Future: Expeditionary Operations in the 20th Century,” Marine Corps
Gazette, August 1993 (Prize Winning Essay)
“Small Wars Lessons Learned,” Marine Corps Gazette, February 1993
Conduct of the Persian Gulf War, Final Report to Congress. Washington, DC: Office of the
Secretary of Defense, April 1992 (Principal Investigator/Author of Chapter III, “The Military
Option-Desert Shield”; Chapter VII, “The Maritime Campaign”; Appendix C, “Intelligence”)
Co-Author (with William S. Lind), Maneuver Warfare Handbook, Boulder, CO: Praeger Press,
Numerous other professional articles, reviews, and opinion pieces in U.S. Naval Institute
Proceedings, Marine Corps Gazette, Amphibious Warfare Review, and Naval War College
Review during 1980s and 1990s
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