Steve Miska retired after 25 years of service in the United States Army. His last assignment was three years as the Army Chair at the Marine Corps University. He has taught at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Previously, he left the White House as a Director for Iraq on the National Security Council, focusing on security aspects of the Iraq portfolio. He has published articles on protecting local allies during conflict. In 2007 Steve led a team that established an underground railroad for dozens of interpreters from Baghdad to Amman to the United States.
Colonel (Retired) Steve Miska