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					                                      Curriculum Vitae

                         Captain Donald S. Inbody, USN
                                  Office: 1 University Station, C3604
                                        Austin, TX 787120316
                               (512) 471-7653
                              Home: 1172 Live Oak Loop, Buda, TX 78610
                                   (512) 295-6977

Academic Preparation:
Ph.D. student, in Government, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, beginning Spring

             Fields of Study: International Relations, American Political Institutions and

             Area of specific research: American Civil-Military Relations

             Advisors: Dr. Peter Trubowitz, Dr. Bartholomew Sparrow, Dr. Zoltan Barany

M. A., in National Security and Strategic Studies, Naval War College, Newport, RI, 2001

             Concentrations: National Security Decision Making, Policy and Strategy, Joint
              Military Operations

             President’s Honor Graduate, February 2001

             Advisors: Dr. James F. Giblin, Admiral Stansfield Turner

M.A., in National Security Affairs, Naval Post Graduate School, Monterey, CA, 1985

             Concentrations: Middle East, Southwest Asia, and Africa

             Thesis: Saudi Arabia and the United States: Perceptions and Gulf Security

             Advisor: Dr. Ralph H. Magnus

M. M. E, in Music Education, Wichita State University, Wichita, KS, 1976

             Concentrations: Choral Conducting, Education

             Thesis: The Mass in Choral Musical History

             Advisor: Dr. Harrison Boughton

B.M.E., in Music Education, Wichita State University, Wichita, KS, 1973

             Concentrations: Choral Conducting, Secondary Education, Elementary Education
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Courses Taught:

          Leadership and Ethics, University of Texas at Austin.
          Middle Eastern Politics, United States Naval Academy.
          Introduction to International Relations, United States Naval Academy.
          American Government, United States Naval Academy.

Teaching Interests

            Ethics in Leadership
            American Civil-Military Relations
            American Government

Current Research Interests

            The role of Congress in influencing and directing national military policy.
            The National Security Strategy and the National Military Strategy following the
             Goldwater-Nichols Act of 1986.
            The Intelligence Agencies in the Carter Years
            The Casablanca Conference of 1943
            Success and failure in the development of senior officers during World War II

Completed Research Papers and Essays:

            Supporting Our Troops? U. S. Civil-Military Relations in the Twenty-first
             Century. With Bartholomew H. Sparrow. Prepared for Presentation at the
             American Political Science Association annual meeting, Washington, D. C.,
             September 1, 2005.
            Congressional Influence on American Naval Policy. University of Texas at
             Austin, 2005. (unpublished)
            Swarming and Counterswarming: Historical Observations and Conclusions.
             Washington, DC: Joint C4ISR Decision Support Center, 2003.
            The Asymmetric Impact of a Single Shooter in a Dense Urban Environment.
             Washington, DC: Joint C4ISR Decision Support Center, 2002.
            Report of Global 2001 Innovation Game Network Centric Warfare Cell.
             Washington, DC: Joint C4ISR Decision Support Center, 2001.
            Credible Flexibility: Alternatives to the Use of Nuclear Weapons. Completed for
             Admiral Stansfield Turner, Naval War College, 2000. (Unpublished)
            Getting Past Guadalcanal: The Joint Commander’s Guidelines for the Control of
             Amphibious Forces. Naval War College, 2000. (Unpublished)
            Much Ado About Nothing: An Examination of Command Relations and Major
             Contentious Issues in Amphibious Operations. Naval War College, 2000.
            The Modernization Index: An Analysis of NavyRresource Priorities. Naval War
             College, 2000. (Unpublished)
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Research in Preparation:

            Congressional Influence on American Military Policy since 1947. Ph. D.
             dissertation proposal.
            Captain’s Mast: The practice of Non-Judicial Punishment in the United States
            The National Security Strategy of the United States: Documentation of American
             Strategy since 1986.
            The Battle Creek Fight: the Surveyors’ Fight in Navarro County, 1838
            The Wreck of the USS Huron (November 24, 1877)

Significant Briefings Delivered:

            Crisis Action Planning in the Central Command Area of Operations. Presented at
             the Joint Forces Staff College, Norfolk, VA, September 2002 and before the
             MITRE Corporation, Washington, D.C., October 2002.
            Practical use of the Global Positioning System in Naval Operations. Presented at
             the Global Positioning System Technical Conference, San Diego, CA, 1985.
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Professional Experience:

Professor of Naval Science and Commanding Officer, Naval Reserve Officer Training
Corps Unit, University of Texas at Austin, 2003 – present

      Responsible for training, evaluating, and counseling future naval officers for
commissioning into the United States Navy and United States Marine Corps.

Director, Joint C4ISR Decision Support Center, 2001-2003

       Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for C3I (Command, Control,
       Communications, and Intelligence)
           Directing multiple, cross-disciplinary qualitative and quantitative studies and
              analysis into various complex issues relating to Command and Control, computer
              networks, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance.

Chief of Staff to Deputy Commander, Coalition/Joint Maritime Force Component
Commander for Operation Enduring Freedom, (Bahrain) January 2002 – July 2002
(Temporary Duty)

       Commander, Naval Forces Central Command/Commander U. S. Fifth Fleet (Bahrain)
          Chief of Staff to three separate British Flag/General Officers, directing coalition
            naval operations for Operation ENDURING FREEDOM

                   Rear Admiral James Burnell-Nugent, Royal Navy; Major General Robert
                    Fry, Royal Marines; Commodore James Fanshawe, Royal Navy

              Director, Coalition Maritime Planning Group/Deputy Assistant Chief of Staff for
               Operational Planning

                   Coordinated U.S. and coalition naval planning for Operation Enduring

                   Coordinated integration between U. S. and coalition naval forces
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Chief Staff Officer, Amphibious Squadron Eleven, Sasebo, Japan 1998-2000

       Commander, Amphibious Forces, Pacific Fleet
          Directed the staff of a four ship squadron of ships and numerous attachments
            comprising over 2500 personnel
                 Operation DESERT FOX (defense of Kuwait and strikes into Iraq
                 Operation BEVEL INCLINE, directing amphibious forces positioned near
                    Indonesia on 12 hour alert for a possible evacuation of Americans from
          Developed, coordinated, and executed the Y2K “at-sea” testing for the United
            States Seventh Fleet involving 17 ships, 5,000 personnel, and 50 aircraft and

Senior Naval Liaison Officer, Commander U. S. Forces, East Timor, October-November
1999 (Temporary Duty)
       Commander, United Nations Forces East Timor (INTERFET)
           Directed naval liaison to Commander, U. S. Forces East Timor
           Coordinated U. S. Navy and U. S. Marine Corps security and logistics support in
             East Timor

Commanding Officer, USS Duluth (LPD-6), 1996 - 1998
    United States Pacific Fleet
        Operation DESERT STRIKE, operations against Iraq, supporting U. S. Marines in
           the defense of Kuwait
        Classified counter-terrorism operations in the Arabian/Persian Gulf

Congressional Budget Liaison Officer, 1993-1994
      Office of the Secretary of the Navy, Appropriations Matters
           Conducted budget liaison between the Secretary of the Navy and the House and
             Senate Appropriations Committees.
                   Military Personnel, Navy
                   Reserve Personnel, Navy
                   Operations and Maintenance, Naval Reserve

Executive Officer, USS Ford (FFG-54), 1994-1995
      United States Pacific Fleet
           Counterdrug operations, Panama-Columbia
           Operation Southern Watch, Arabian Gulf Anti-air patrol

Instructor, United States Naval Academy, 1989-1992

             Courses: Middle Eastern Politics, International Relations, American Government
             Executive Assistant, Director Division of U. S. and International Studies
             Director, Educational Resources Center
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Other Navy Positions, 1979-1989
          Operations Officer, USS Harry W. Hill (DD-986), 1987-1989
                 Anti-submarine operations, Northern Pacific Ocean
                 Operation EARNEST WILL (reflagged Kuwaiti oil tankers) operations
          Operations Officer, USS Alamo (LSD-33), 1985-1987
                 Western Pacific operations (1985)
                 Presidential support, Indonesia (1985)
                 Philippines Embassy Support (1985)
          Damage Control Assistant, Combat Information Center Officer, and Operations
            Officer, USS Reasoner (FF-1063), 1979-1982
                 Western Pacific operations (1980)
                 Indian Ocean operations (1980, 1982)

Lecturer, Kansas Newman College, 1976-1978
           Director of Choral Music

Public School Teacher, Ness City Public Schools, 1975-1976
           Choral Music Instructor, grades K-12

Public School Teacher, Stafford County Public Schools, 1973-1975
           Choral Music Instructor, grades K-12

Professional Memberships:

             American Political Science Association
             Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society
             United States Naval Institute

Other Organizational Memberships:

             American Radio Relay League (National Association of Amateur Radio)
             Central Texas DX and Contesting Club (Amateur Radio)

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