(5) G.I. Wilson (Colonel, USMC, retired)
He retired from the Marine Corps after 30+ years of military service, including several combat tours. Today he teaches for the Administration of Justice Department of
Palomar College (San Marcos, CA). Also, he has consulted for ABC-7 Los Angeles, Knowledge and Intelligence Program Professionals KIPP), and the Emergency Response Research Institute (ERRI). His posts on the FM website are listed here.
- BA in psychology from the State University of New York at Albany
- MA in Business and Organizational Security Management from Webster University
- MA in forensic psychology at Argosy University in Los Angeles
His major publications
- Coauthor of the seminal “The Changing Face of War: Into the Fourth Generation“, Marine Corps Gazette, October 1989 — Text copy here.
- “Uncorking the inf
ormation genie”, co-author Frank Bunkers, Marine Corps Gazette, October 1995.
- Coauthor of “Fourth Generation Warfare – Another Look”, Marine Corps Gazette, November 2001 — Gated. Open copy here.
- “On Gangs, Crime, and Terrorism” co-author John P. Sullivan, 28 February 2007.
- Co-author of two chapters in America’s Defense Meltdown (2008).
- “Careerism and Psychopathy in the US Military”, a chapter in The Pentagon Labyrinth: Ten Short Essays to Help You Through It, edited by Winslow T. Wheeler and published by the Center for Defense Information and the World Security Institute (2011).