Geospatial Operations and the Ebola Crisis in West Africa: a firsthand account of American relief
- Thursday, January 26, 2017 at 6:30pm
- Animal Biosciences Building - view map
Martin Cox, senior officer with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency will be presenting his lecture, "Geospatial Operations and the Ebola Crisis in West Africa: a firsthand account of American relief" on Thursday, January 26, 2017 at 6:30 pm in Animal Bioscience Building Room 134. This event is free and open to the public.
Cox was appointed in 2014 to the Defense Intelligence Senior Level as NGA’s National Geospatial-Intelligence Officer for Africa where he continues to serve as the primary focal point within NGA for the integration of activities related to the continent.
Prior to that appointment, Cox was the chief of the NGA Counter-Drug and Western Hemisphere Division and also served as senior geo-intelligence officer for the NGA Support Team to U.S. Africa Command, overseeing an intelligence team of more than 40 civilian and military imagery and geospatial analysts. He began his career with the Central Intelligence Agency in 1986, working on Soviet aviation issues.
Fore more information, please contact Aly in the the Office of Internaitonal Programs at 406-994-7169.
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