Russell D. Howard

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Biographical Details

"Founding Director, Jebsen Center for Counter Terrorism Studies, The Fletcher School (2005-present; Over 30 years with the U.S. Army, retiring as a Brigadier General. Positions within the U.S. Army included: Head and Deputy Head, Department of Social Sciences and Founding Director of the Combating Terrorism Center, United States Military Academy, West Point; Army Chief of Staff Fellow, Center for International Affairs, Harvard University; Commander, 1st Special Forces Group (airborne), Ft. Lewis, Washington; Assistant to the Special Representative to the Secretary General during UNOSOM II In Somalia; Deputy Chief of Staff for I corps; Chief of Staff and Deputy Commander for the Combined joint task force, Haiti/Haitian Advisory Group." [1]


  • Weapons of Mass Destruction and Terrorism,(co-author with James J. F. Forest) (2007);
  • Terrorism and Counterterrorism, BG (Ret.) Russell D. Howard and Reid L. Sawyer, (2006);
  • Homeland Security and Terrorism, BG (Ret.) Russell D. Howard, James D. Forest, and Joanne Moore, (2006);
  • Defeating Terrorism, BG (Ret.) Russell D. Howard, Reid L. Sawyer, (2004);
  • Terrorism and Counterterrorism, BG (Ret.) Russell D. Howard and Reid L. Sawyer, (2004).

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  1. Russell D. Howard, Fletcher School, accessed December 12, 2010.
  2. Advisory Council, Centre for Conflict and Peace Studies Afghanistan, accessed December 12, 2010.