Matt Suber

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Adjunct Fellow 

Expertise: US & NATO Intelligence Communities; Counter-terrorism & Anti-terrorism; African Military and Security Affairs; Security and Stability Operations; Joint Special Operations; Strategic Communications

Matt SuberMatt Suber is a veteran U.S. Air Force officer with experience across the international affairs, intelligence, and national defense communities.

With tactical leadership on the ground in Africa and Afghanistan, Matt has advised senior defense leaders on security, stability, and political affairs for more than five years. His work has directly guided decision making for two Combatant Commanders, the Chief of Staff of the Air Force, the commander of Air Force Special Operations Command, and senior State Department leaders. Matt has partnered with the militaries of more than 30 African nations, helping them focus their efforts against terrorism and security threats. Most recently, Matt led a team of 25 intelligence operators which daily coordinated ISR missions for multiple combatant commands, at the direction of the Secretary of Defense and President.

Mr. Suber received his B.A. in Political Science from the University of Georgia, and was selected as the US Air Force ROTC Distinguished Graduate from his class. He is a recipient of the George C. Marshall ROTC Award.

Recent Posts

Getting the old band back together? A possible partnership between ISIS and al-Qaeda

Posted on: November 12th, 2014