Earl P. Freilino II Pennsylvania’s New Homeland Security Director as of February 19, 2002 30-year veteran with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Entered on duty as Special Agent (SA) with FBI in February 1971. Served at the following Field Offices: Boston (1971-72); San Francisco (1972-73); Washington, D.C. (1973-79); and Pittsburgh (1979 – 2002). FBI Pittsburgh Joint Terrorism Task Force Supervisor (2000 – 2002) – Directed 30 law-enforcement officers, including federal, state and local officers, in a unit whose mission was to detect and counter terrorism in Western Pennsylvania and the nation. Weapons of Mass Destruction Coordinator (1997 - 2000) – Initiated unprecedented cooperation at all levels between FBI and other federal, state, county and local emergency-response agencies, including a partnership with the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency (PEMA) as a charter member of all Weapons of Mass Destruction working groups in Western Pennsylvania. Special Agent (1993 - 97) – Developed exceptional extra-territorial sources targeting Middle Eastern terrorist organizations. Professional Training More than 6,000 hours specialized training, including extensive training for Domestic and International Terrorism; Weapons of Mass Destruction; Crisis Management; and Computer Investigations and Infrastructure Protection. Military and Education Background U.S. Navy, Lieutenant Junior Grade, Vietnam Veteran, Honorable Discharge (1967-70). B.A. in Biology, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio, with Russian Language specialization. Defense Language Institute, Monterrey, Calif., studied Polish Language-Eastern European Studies; Received Commandants Award as Outstanding Graduate. Post-graduate courses in Management/Business Administration, Central Michigan University. Personal Age, 56; Has a wife and two daughters.
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