John Alexander, Ph.D., World Affairs, Intelligence Expert
John B. Alexander, Ph.D., a Green Beret combat commander, was a colonel when he retired from the U.S. Army after holding key positions in intelligence and research and development. He later joined Los Alamos National Laboratory as a program manager where he became internationally renowned in strategic national security matters. He has lectured all over the world on those topics and in 2003 he served in Kabul, Afghanistan as a mentor to the Minister of Defense. Currently a senior fellow with a Department of Defense university, he has worked with the Council on Foreign Relations, National Intelligence Council, NATO, and the Army Science Board. An Aviation Week & Space Technology Aerospace Laureate, he is listed in Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in Science and Engineering, American Men and Women of Science, and was inducted into the OCS Hall of Fame at Ft. Benning, Georgia.
His extensive travels have taken him to all seven continents and he has been from Antarctica to Everest and even Timbuktu. Those experiences have been the basis for several U.S. government publications including extensive monographs on Africa and Central and South America. They also became the basis for presentations to special operation units deploying to those areas of the world He completed his doctorate in behavioral science and went on to study management and international affairs at Harvard, MIT, and UCLA. He is the author of four books and numerous scientific articles and has appeared on Dateline, CNN, Fox News and many other American and foreign television programs.
Dr. John Alexander is scheduled to sail on the following voyage(s) (subject to change):