It turns out Snowden isn't the only person in Russia with NSA documents. Brian Anderson and his team of former military and law enforcement personnel are hired to go after the second individual. It's not as simple as finding him and then just spiriting him back to the U. S.
The operation takes a surprising turn and places everyone at risk including Brian Anderson's wife, Kathrynne. They were previously harassed by NSA and FBI agents and audited by the IRS. That turns out to be nothing compared to their new enemies in Russia.
Now they could use NSA and the FBI's assistance but they are on their own. Volume II - Brian Anderson Series.
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About the Author
He received his Bachelors and Masters degrees in Criminal Justice Administration from Chapman College and Central Missouri State University, respectively.
He retired from the U. S. Air Force as a Major in 1990 after 24 years of service, initially serving in the Telecommunications and Computer Operations fields and 13 years as a Security Police Officer. He served tours as a nuclear missile security officer, Chief of Police. He served a tour on a small team of security specialists who tested nuclear security by attempting to penetrate nuclear weapons storage areas. His last tour in the Air Force was as a Director of Security for a classified operating location attached to the National Reconnaissance Office.
After his Air Force career, he worked in the defense industry in Los Angeles, CA and Colorado Springs, CO managing security and technical teams including providing security advisors to the satellite launch programs at both the eastern and western launch test ranges and shuttle launch security operations. His immediate position prior to joining J. B. Hunt in 1998 was as a Senior Regional Operations Director, Trident Data Systems, managing five security and technical teams including a computer penetration test team.
He has written numerous security articles and presented security training classes both in the private and public sectors. Some of those presentations includes, "What Does Your Organization Look Like From The Outside," and "Internet and The Law."
He is one of the founding members of the Arkansas InfraGard Members Alliance and is the past President of the Arkansas State Chapter and Programs Committee Chair. Additionally, Mr. Wood serves as a guest lecturer at the University of Arkansas.