Colonel (Ret.) Todd K. Hulsey is a retired Supervisory Special Agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. A former enlisted U.S. Marine and Air Force officer, he is a retired field grade reserve officer and served as a Wing Commander in the Texas State Guard. An attorney licensed to practice law in Texas, Todd spent 21 years in federal agent service where he worked Organized Crime, Violent Crime, Intelligence, and Counterterrorism. He is a certified FBI Intelligence Officer and a certified FBI Counterintelligence Officer. He was detailed to Central Intelligence Agency headquarters in 2005-2007, assigned to the Directorate of Operations, where he earned U.S. Intelligence Community Joint Duty credit. He also helped write the National Implementation Plan for the War on Terror, approved by President George W. Bush in 2006. In addition, he served on the Sub-Policy Coordinating Committee for Counterproliferation, National Security Council, in the Bush Administration. In 2009, he was assigned on temporary duty as the Assistant Legal Attache for International Terrorism at the U.S. Embassy, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Todd retied from the FBI in 2014. "The Colonel" welcomes you to the show!
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