Established in 1940s, the DoD Information Analysis Centers (IAC) program is a center chartered by the DoD and operated by the Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC), to provide research and analysis services through integrated Scientific and Technical Information (STI) development and dissemination, studies and analyses, and other unique scientific and technical activities to advance DoD’s warfighting capabilities in the following three technical domains: Defense Systems | Cyber & Information Systems | Homeland Defense & Security
The Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) maintains within its expansive collection comprehensive Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation (RDT&E) knowledge bases that include historical, technical, scientific and other data and information collected worldwide.
Mr. Haack retired from the US Army as a Lieutenant Colonel after serving 25 years. His duties as an Infantry, Armor and Civil Affairs Officer included Command and Staff positions advising commanders and leading Soldiers during peace time and in combat. He capped his career as the Civil Military Operations Officer for US CENTRAL COMMAND, CCJ5 Plans Directorate, where he gained a detailed understanding of Joint Planning and Integrations for U.S. and Coalition Forces for conventional and special operations. He earned his BS from Western Michigan University, is a graduate of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College and numerous Army schools for conventional and special operations.