Husemann, Richard (MS)
Richard Husemann is a retired Air Force Colonel who has played an active role in intelligence and scientific research, both in and out of the military, for over 35 years. He teaches courses in statistical data analysis. During his 20-plus years in intelligence, he served in signals intelligence and human intelligence collection and management positions. He was also involved in conducting and leading analysis of Soviet aerospace capabilities, particularly their scientific and technological problems. Since retirement from the USAF, Mr. Husemann has been involved in founding and growing high tech, international companies that have developed advanced X-systems for security operations. He is also an adjunct college instructor in mathematics and science. Mr. Husemann has authored numerous intelligence information reports and intelligence analyses. While assigned to the Defense Intelligence Agency, he contributed to the unclassified publication Soviet Military Power and to two National Intelligence Estimates on Soviet military science and technology. During 1990-91, Mr. Husemann served as an arms control inspector to the then Soviet Union under the Intermediate Nuclear Forces treaty. Mr. Husemann received his MS in Systems Management from the University of Southern California in 1972, and a second masters in Nuclear Engineering from the Air Force Institute of Technology in 1979.