Doty, Richard, CW3

Military Intelligence (Officer)
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Current Service Status
USA Retired
Current/Last Rank
Chief Warrant Officer 3
Current/Last Service Branch
Warrant Officer (pre-2004)
Current/Last Primary MOS
351B-Counterintelligence Technician
Current/Last MOS Group
Military Intelligence (Officer)
Primary Unit
1990-1991, 351B, 202nd Military Intelligence Battalion
Previously Held MOS
98C10-Signals Intelligence Analyst
97B-Counterintelligence Agent
971A-Counterintelligence Technician
Service Years
1970 - 1991
Foreign Language(s)
Official/Unofficial US Army Certificates
Cold War Certificate
Voice Edition

Warrant Officer (pre-2004)

Chief Warrant Officer 3

 Official Badges 

Department of the Army Military Intelligence US Army Retired (Pre-2007) 513th Military Intelligence Brigade CSIB

 Unofficial Badges 

Army Honorable Discharge (1984-Present) Cold War Medal Cold War Veteran

 Additional Information
What are you doing now:
I spent my entire career in the Army in the intel community, with several assignments in the SIGINT world (what was then the Army Security Agency or ASA), and the rest in Counterintelligence with a good piece of that in Technical Counterintelligence. Since retiring from the Army, I've been working in the the Cyber Security field. Lots of technical policy and management work. I've primarily worked in the government space, with the majority of the time being with State and Energy (to include NNSA in the weapons complex). Interesting stuff, if a bit wonky.
Other Comments:
Military Intelligence
A highly refined organization of overwhelming generalities based on vague assumptions and debatable figures, drawn from undisclosed activities, pursued by persons of diverse motivation, doubtful reliability, and questionable mentality in the midst of unimaginable confusion.
 Countries Deployed To or Visited

 Remembrance Profiles -  32 Soldiers Remembered
  • Doty, Richard, PFC, (1942-1943)
  • Odiorne, Brian, PFC, (2015-2017)
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Military Intell

 Enlisted/Officer Basic Training
  1970, 8th Battalion, 2nd Training Brigade (Fort Jackson, SC), B1
  1982, Warrant Officer Orientation Course (WOOC) (Fort Rucker, AL)
 Unit Assignments
Army Security Agency (ASA)14th Army Security Agency Field Station Hakata, JapanArmy Security Agency Field Station Sobe, OkinawaMilitary Intelligence Units
US Army165th Military Intelligence Battalion163rd Military Intelligence BattalionMilitary Intelligence Advanced NCO Course
902nd Military Intelligence GroupArmy Language School (Staff) Presidio of Monterey, CA/Defense Language Institute West (Staff)Military Intelligence Warrant Officer Advanced Course650th Military Intelligence Group
202nd Military Intelligence Battalion
  1970-1971, 98C10, Army Security Agency Training Center & School (Staff Faculty)
  1971-1971, (98C) Signals Intelligence Analyst Course
  1971-1972, 98C10, 14th Army Security Agency Field Station Hakata, Japan
  1972-1972, 98C10, Army Security Agency Field Station Sobe, Okinawa
  1973-1974, 98C10, 6th USASAFS Homestead AFB, FL
  1973-1975, 98C10, Army Security Agency Field Station, San Antonio
  1976-1976, 97B, Counterintelligence Special Agent's Course
  1976-1978, 97B, 165th Military Intelligence Battalion
  1979-1979, 97B, 163rd Military Intelligence Battalion
  1979-1982, 97B, 165th Military Intelligence Battalion
  1981-1981, 97B, Military Intelligence Advanced NCO Course
  1982-1982, 971A, 165th Military Intelligence Battalion
  1982-1985, 971A, 902nd Military Intelligence Group
  1986-1986, 351B, Army Language School (Staff) Presidio of Monterey, CA/Defense Language Institute West (Staff)
  1986-1986, 351B, Military Intelligence Warrant Officer Advanced Course
  1986-1989, 351B, 650th Military Intelligence Group
  1989-1991, 351B, 902nd Military Intelligence Group
  1990-1991, 351B, 202nd Military Intelligence Battalion
 Combat and Non-Combat Operations
  1990-1990 Gulf War/Defense of Saudi Arabia
  1991-1991 Gulf War/Liberation and Defense of Kuwait/Operation Desert Storm1
 Reflections on Service
Please describe who or what influenced your decision to join the Army?
Whether you were in the service for several years or as a career, please describe the direction or path you took. What was your reason for leaving?
If you participated in any military operations, including combat, humanitarian and peacekeeping operations, please describe those which were the most significant to you and, if life-changing, in what way.
Was there a particular incident during your service when you believed you were in a situation you might not survive? Please describe what happened and what was the outcome.
Of all your duty stations or assignments, which one do you have fondest memories of and why? Which one was your least favorite?
From your entire service, including combat, describe the personal memories which have impacted you most?
What achievement(s) are you most proud of from your military career? If you received any medals, awards, formal presentations or qualification badges for significant achievement or valor, please describe how these were earned.
Of all the medals, awards, formal presentations and qualification badges you received, or any other memorabilia, please describe those which are the most meaningful to you and why?
Which individual(s) from your time in the military stand out as having the most positive impact on you and why?
Please recount the names of friends you served with, at which location, and what you remember most about them. Indicate those you are already in touch with and those you would like to make contact with.
Can you recount a particular incident from your service which may or may not have been funny at the time, but still makes you laugh?
What profession did you follow after your military service and what are you doing now? If you are currently serving, what is your present occupational specialty?
What military associations are you a member of, if any? What specific benefits do you derive from your memberships?
In what ways has serving in the military influenced the way you have approached your life and your career? What do you miss most about your time in the service?
Based on your own experiences, what advice would you give to those who have recently joined the Army?
In what ways has helped you remember your military service and the friends you served with.
 Colleges Attended 
University of Maryland University CollegeExcelsior CollegeUniversity of PhoenixNova Southeastern University
  1976-1979, University of Maryland University College
  1980-1982, Excelsior College
  2002-2005, University of Phoenix
  2008-2015, Nova Southeastern University
 Military Association Memberships
United Services Automobile Association (USAA)Military Officers Association of America (MOAA)Post 3522, Jefferson County Memorial PostChapter 8
  1982, United Services Automobile Association (USAA) [Verified] - Assoc. Page
  2000, Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) [Verified] - Assoc. Page
  2001, Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States (VFW), Post 3522, Jefferson County Memorial Post (National President) (Charles Town, West Virginia) [Verified] - Chap. Page
  2015, Disabled American Veterans (DAV), Chapter 8 (Executive Director) (Martinsburg, West Virginia) [Verified] - Chap. Page
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