Mark A. Singleton Lieutenant Colonel USMC (Ret)
President, Strategic Initiatives and Interdiction Group (SIIG)
A retired USMC officer, Singleton served nearly 28 years on active duty in a myriad of positions ranging from ground combat in the Middle East to senior level staff having completed his last command tour in June 2001 as the Commanding Officer of the 2d Battalion, 10th Marines at Camp Lejeune, NC.
In 2002, Singleton was assigned Senior Marine Corps Representative for Special Operations at Fort Bragg, NC where he led mid-senior level associates in conducting clandestine operations. He has served as principle advisor to the Commanding General US Army Special Forces Command (USASFC) and the Commanding General US Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School (USAJFKSWCS).
As president of SIIG, Singleton provides practical rather than theoretical guidance in the struggle against risks associated with political instability, terrorism, natural disaster, emergencies, crime, physical and technological vulnerability as well as threats to local government.
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