Strategic Security &
Senior Consultant/Mentor, Army Intelligence Center
Mr. McGuyer is a retired Army Military Intelligence Chief Warrant Officer whose active duty service started in the Cold War era, and continued through Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom. Having extensive experience in planning, intelligence analysis, and operations, he has served as Order of Battle/All Source Intelligence advisor for multiple Commands, for both conventional and non-conventional warfare.
Mr. McGuyer served in a variety of positions including Strategic Analyst to Joint Task Forces and CJSOTF during OIF and OEF, Counter Terrorism Advisor to the CG of USAREUR, Operations Officer/XO for CI/HUMINT personnel in Europe, political analyst for CENTAF, and started 66 MI’s Eastern European Cell in Germany. He represented III (US) Armored Corps and DIA at Defense Intelligence Exchanges in the Republic of Korea and has liaised extensively with coalition partners worldwide. Subsequently, Mr. McGuyer became a trusted editor for articles emanating from JAC (Molesworth), DIA, and NGIC on subjects ranging from Afghan politics, to Eastern European leadership, to North Korean Order of Battle.
Before retirement, Mr. McGuyer was the Senior Training Developer for the US Army Intelligence Center of Excellence (USAICoE). Mr. McGuyer is currently an Intelligence Advisor and Mentor at the Army’s Intelligence Center where he has served as the Program Manager for the following USAICoE Programs: Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Synchronization; Future Combat Systems; and the Network Integration Enterprise. His community involvement includes coaching youth sports (basketball, baseball, and football), and Scouting where he has served on Pack/Troop Committees and the Eagle Scout Board of Review.
Mr. McGuyer’s unclassified publications include multiple intelligence manuals, theses on Military Intelligence Warrant Officer training and public perceptions on gun control, and various articles in professional bulletins such as MIPB.