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'''Caleb Temple''' directs TRC's daily intelligence and analysis operations and has been working and publishing in the field of terrorism since 1990. Prior to joining the [[Terrorism Research Center]], Mr. Temple served in numerous senior management assignments in the [[Defense Intelligence Agency]] and The Joint Staff from September 1997 to June 2006. While at DIA he oversaw and directed national-level analytic target development in support of combat operations in Afghanistan and Iraq; analytic support to detainee and document exploitation activities for the war on terrorism; analytic support to clandestine activities and U.S. special forces; global counterterrorism indications and warning analysis for the Defense Department; and analysis of terrorists' use of improvised explosive devices and unconventional weapons. From February 1993 to September 1997, he served in the Federal Bureau of Investigation as an Intelligence Specialist assigned to Middle Eastern counterterrorism and counterintelligence cases, and crisis response operations. In addition to numerous exceptional performance awards and meritorious citations, Mr. Temple has twice received the National Intelligence Medal of Achievement. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in International Studies from Miami University, and his Master of Arts degree in International Affairs from The George Washington University.<ref>[http://www.terrorism.org/modules.php?op=modload&name=About&file=index&subcontent=personnel&detail=staff Terrorism Research Center: About TRC: Staff], accessed 7 June 2008.</ref>
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'''Caleb Temple''' directs TRC's daily intelligence and analysis operations and has been working and publishing in the field of "terrorism" since 1990. Prior to joining the [[Terrorism Research Center]], Mr. Temple served in numerous senior management assignments in the [[Defense Intelligence Agency]] and The Joint Staff from September 1997 to June 2006. While at DIA he oversaw and directed national-level analytic target development in support of combat operations in Afghanistan and Iraq; analytic support to detainee and document exploitation activities for the war on "terrorism"; analytic support to clandestine activities and U.S. special forces; global counterterrorism indications and warning analysis for the Defense Department; and analysis of terrorists' use of improvised explosive devices and unconventional weapons. From February 1993 to September 1997, he served in the Federal Bureau of Investigation as an Intelligence Specialist assigned to Middle Eastern counterterrorism and counterintelligence cases, and crisis response operations. In addition to numerous exceptional performance awards and meritorious citations, Mr. Temple has twice received the National Intelligence Medal of Achievement. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in International Studies from Miami University, and his Master of Arts degree in International Affairs from The George Washington University.<ref>[http://www.terrorism.org/modules.php?op=modload&name=About&file=index&subcontent=personnel&detail=staff Terrorism Research Center: About TRC: Staff], accessed 7 June 2008.</ref>
  
 
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Caleb Temple directs TRC's daily intelligence and analysis operations and has been working and publishing in the field of "terrorism" since 1990. Prior to joining the Terrorism Research Center, Mr. Temple served in numerous senior management assignments in the Defense Intelligence Agency and The Joint Staff from September 1997 to June 2006. While at DIA he oversaw and directed national-level analytic target development in support of combat operations in Afghanistan and Iraq; analytic support to detainee and document exploitation activities for the war on "terrorism"; analytic support to clandestine activities and U.S. special forces; global counterterrorism indications and warning analysis for the Defense Department; and analysis of terrorists' use of improvised explosive devices and unconventional weapons. From February 1993 to September 1997, he served in the Federal Bureau of Investigation as an Intelligence Specialist assigned to Middle Eastern counterterrorism and counterintelligence cases, and crisis response operations. In addition to numerous exceptional performance awards and meritorious citations, Mr. Temple has twice received the National Intelligence Medal of Achievement. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in International Studies from Miami University, and his Master of Arts degree in International Affairs from The George Washington University.[1]



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