Tysons, Va., September 5, 2018— LMI today announced that retired Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) officer Bradford J. Karony has been named director of national security operations. In this role, Karony will oversee an expanding service line whose core offerings include human, imagery, and signals intelligence support; intelligence training; and testing and evaluation of national security-specific machinery, equipment, and process protection.
Karony has more than 20 years of experience as an intelligence professional and manager for the CIA Directorate of Operations (DO) in CONUS and OCONUS assignments covering Europe, Southeast Asia, East Africa, the Middle East, Central America, and Southwest Asia. He joins LMI from the CIA’s DO Training Center, where he instructed and mentored new hires as a contractor.
“Brad is an invaluable addition to the LMI team,” said Vice President for National Security John Selman. “He is uniquely qualified to ensure we are developing capabilities that anticipate and address client needs in intelligence collection and processing, tradecraft training, and analysis. We are excited to welcome Brad to LMI.”
Before joining the CIA, Karony served as battalion adjutant for a U.S. Marine Corps East Coast infantry battalion and was later part of the staff for a battalion landing team attached to the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit (Special Operations Capable) during the Kosovo Campaign.
“LMI combines firsthand Intelligence Community experience and subject matter expertise with proprietary tools and techniques. I look forward to harnessing those resources to deliver practical, impactful solutions for our clients,” Karony said. “It is an honor to join LMI and to help clients from across the intelligence, national security, and homeland security communities achieve mission success.”
Karony holds a bachelor’s in German and a master’s in German literature from Brigham Young University.
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