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Jim Feldkamp

In 2007, he was called back into active Navy reserve duty to assist in the establishment of the precursor office of the National Maritime Intelligence Office (NMIO). In this role, he was responsible for the coordination of all domestic and international information-sharing of non-classified information among federal government agencies in the United States, foreign governments, and the international maritime shipping industry in order to increase maritime security and maritime domain awareness.

Feldkamp is a Subject Matter Expert at Georgetown University, where he is now working on the development of a course titled “Terrorism and Unconventional Threats.” Prior to that, he had positions as an adjunct professor in the terrorist departments at George Mason University and George Washington University, where he instructed undergraduate students in both domestic and international terrorism. In addition to this, he is the author of and an editor for a university textbook titled “Theory and Politics of Terrorism,” which was published by Cognella Academic Publishing.