RADM Paul Becker

Rear Admiral Paul Becker served three decades as a Naval Intelligence Officer where he built and led large, successful, interagency and international teams around the globe in peace, crisis and combat. He's managed risk with a strategic perspective gained from senior assignments within the National Intelligence Community and regional expertise based on assignments in Asia, the Middle East and Europe. His service includes: Director of Intelligence for the Joint Chiefs of Staff in Washington, DC, the U.S. Pacific Command in Hawaii, the International Security Assistance Force Joint Command in Afghanistan, Commanding Officer of Central Command's Joint Intelligence Center in Tampa and was a Naval Attaché to France. In these positions he provided advice resulting in the development and implementation of national security policies and actions.

Recent articles from RADM Paul Becker

USS Yorktown (CV-5) is hit on the port side, amidships, by a Japanese Type 91 aerial torpedo during the mid-afternoon attack by planes from the carrier Hiryu, in the Battle of Midway, on 4 June, 1942.
It’s Been 74 Years Since The Greatest Naval Battle In American History
The victory at Midway was enabled by superb intelligence, advanced by sound decision-making, and assured by the skill and courage of those who sailed and flew in harm’s way.