Malcolm W. Nance was a career counterterrorism and intelligence officer for the U.S. government’s Special Operations, Homeland Security, and Intelligence agencies, with over 33 years of experience in combating radical extremism. An honorably retired U.S. Navy Arabic-speaking intelligence collections operator, field interrogator, survival, evasion, resistance, and escape specialist and founder of the Advanced Terrorism, Abduction and Hostage Survival School, he spent more than two decades on clandestine antiterrorism and counterterrorism intelligence operations in the Middle East, North Africa, the Balkans, South Asia, and sub-Saharan Africa in direct support of the Special Operations and Intelligence Community. On the morning of 9/11, he eyewitnessed the attack on the Pentagon and became a first responder at the crash site.
A fierce champion of ethics, human rights and cultural integration in intelligence practitioners and activities, he has trained and advised numerous defense, intelligence, and law enforcement agencies worldwide in understanding and exploiting terrorist strategies, tactics, and ideology to combat the spread of radical extremism.
In the first half, author and former naval intelligence counter-terrorism officer specializing in the Middle East, Malcolm Nance, discussed the April 2016 hacking of the Democratic National Committee. In the latter half, Sonia Brosz a Maronite Catholic, Charismatic,... More »
Malcolm Nance, a former naval intelligence counter-terrorism officer specializing in the Middle East, discussed the origins of ISIS, its violent propaganda, and how it spreads its ideology throughout the Middle East and to disaffected youth deep in the heart of the Western... More »