Daniel T. Kuehl, Ph.D.
(202) 685-2257; firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Kuehl has taught at the National Defense University (NDU) since April 1994. He is the director of the Information Strategies Concentration Program (ISCP), a specialized curriculum on the information component of national power offered to students attending the National War College and Industrial College of the Armed Forces. He develops and presents graduate offerings on strategic approaches to Information Warfare & Operations (IW/IO) including information assurance & critical infrastructure protection, military doctrine for IO, intelligence support requirements, and strategic communication/national information policy issues to senior US military officers, federal government civilian officials, and International Fellows attending the University. His courses include "National Security in the Information Age”, the foundational course of the ISCP, which introduces students to the key aspects of information and national security; and “Information Engagement and National Power”, which concentrates on public diplomacy and strategic communication in national security and international affairs. A retired Lieutenant Colonel in the USAF, Dr. Kuehl had nearly 22 years of active service, including assignments as an ICBM crewmember/staff officer, nuclear planner, and airpower doctrine developer. Dr. Kuehl holds a PhD in Military History from Duke University and was a founding faculty member of NDU’s School of Information Warfare and Strategy in 1994. He lectures across the DOD, academia and internationally on IO and related strategic issues.
Areas of Expertise: US and international information operations and warfare, information assurance, and national information policy/strategic communications.