Christopher L. Glaze, Colonel, USAF, Retired

Chris has over 35 years of Electronic Warfare (EW) and Information Operations (IO) experience at the Air Staff, Joint Staff, Major Command, and unit levels. As a qualified Air Force Master Navigator, F-111 Weapon Systems Officer, and EF-111A Electronic Warfare Officer, Mr. Glaze has participated in the planning, execution, and control of EW operations in combat, to include OPERATION ALLIED FORCE, DESERT WATCH, and DESERT STORM. He has served as a Deputy Director for Information Operations to the Air Staff, as the JCS EW Officer in the Deputy Directorate for Information Operations, and as the Chief, EW/Survivability Division, at Air Combat Command (ACC).
A recognized expert in EW/IO policy, doctrine, and operations, Mr. Glaze is currently working in the field of cognitive EW systems and capabilities primarily supporting the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Microsystems Technology Office. Mr. Glaze is a Past President of the international Association of Old Crows.
Mr. Glaze holds degrees from The Citadel, Troy State University, and the Naval War College. He has completed his PhD in Management coursework with Walden University and is working on his PhD dissertation focused on predictive analytics and complex decision making.


Craig S. Harm, Colonel, USAF Retired

Craig has over 30 years in Intelligence, Operational Test and Evaluation, Planning, Information Warfare and Electronic Warfare. He has experience at the Combatant Command, Major Command, Numbered Air Force, Wing and Unit Level. His service at United States Strategic Command includes tours as Deputy Chief of Staff, Plans Division Chief, Policy and Doctrine Deputy Division Chief and the IO/Cyber Policy Branch Chief. As the Vice Commander of the National Air and Space Intelligence Center, Mr. Harm was responsible to the Department of Defense for all-source foreign air and space intelligence, providing a broad range of integrated, tailored assessments and products and services to Air Force and Joint operational forces, national policymakers, and the acquisition community. Additionally he served as Air Combat Command’s Chief of Non-Lethal SEAD requirements, developing EW and IO requirements for the Air Force. An OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM veteran, his flying experience includes the operational and flight test tours in the EF-111 and EC-130H Compass Call.

Currently on the Board of Directors of the Association of Old Crows and an active member the National Military Intelligence Association, Mr. Harm holds degrees from The Naval War College, Air University, Boston University and Iowa State University.

Karen A. Cleary, Colonel, USAF, Retired

Karen has 27 years of Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) expertise in the air, space and cyberspace domains.  She has experience at the Joint Staff, Air Staff, Combatant Command, Major Command, Wing, and Unit levels.  As the Commander of the National Air and Space Intelligence Center, she led the Department of Defense center of excellence for air and space intelligence.  In her capacity as the Director of ISR for Air Force Space Command, she developed strategic direction and policy for space and cyberspace ISR.  She also has extensive experience in geospatial and targeting intelligence as well as air campaign planning.   Further, she taught air operations, future warfare concepts and leadership at the Air Command and Staff College.

Karen holds degrees from the National War College, Air University, Troy State University and Cornell University.

Kenneth R. Israel, Maj Gen, USAF Retired

Israel_Kenneth_R_5x7_004Ken Israel retired in 2012 from Lockheed Martin as the Vice President of the Situational Awareness Office within the Corporate Engineering and Technology Organization. In this role Ken was responsible for developing operational architectures and technical solutions to maximize the mission effectiveness of various Global Command and Control, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C2ISR) enterprise systems.

Ken served in the United States Air Force for 32 years, retiring from active duty in August 1998 as a Major General. He finished his career as the Director of the Defense Airborne Reconnaissance Office (DARO) in the Office of the Secretary of Defense. Following his retirement from the Air Force, Ken served over three years as an Associate and Corporate Officer at Burdeshaw Associates Limited. Ken is a Senior Navigator, Space Executive and a Level III Acquisition Professional and was the first Air Force Program Executive Officer (PEO) for Command, Control, Computer & Communications Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance Programs (C4ISR). He was also responsible for establishing the Intelligence & Communications (IC) and the Tactical Exploitation of National Capabilities (TENCAP) Offices at Electronic System Center, Hanscom Air Force Base, Massachusetts. General Israel has commanded maintenance, operations and acquisition units at squadron, wing and DOD levels.  Ken is also the 2011 Recipient of the Association of Old Crows (AOC) Gold Medal Award. Ken is a Past President of the Association of Old Crows.  Ken continues to support various Defense Science Board Task Forces

Ken holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry from Baylor University and a Masters Degree in Systems Management from the University of Arkansas.