Kenneth J. Morilak
Major US Army Reserves
Intelligence Officer DoD Washington, D.C.
Director of Threat & Security for Counter-Terrorism
Major Morilak enlisted in the Army Reserve upon finishing High School in 1985 and attended Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training at Ft. Sill. He was then assigned to A Btry, 3-92 FA (8" SP) as a Cannon Crewman/Gunner. He was promoted to the rank of SGT/E-5 before joining the University of Akron ROTC SMP program as a Green-to-Gold Dedicated Reserve Forces Scholarship recipient. He received his B.S. in Political Science and Criminal Justice from the University of Akron in 1989.
Major Morilak was commissioned in May 1989 as a Military Police Officer and attended the Officer Basic Course at Ft. McClellan. Major Morilak attended the University of Baltimore Yale Gordon Graduate School were he received his Master of Public Administration, and the University of Baltimore School of Law for his Juris Doctorate. Major Morilak has attended the Military Intelligence Officer Transition and Military Intelligence Officer Advanced courses as well as the Government Contracts Law Course at the U.S. Army Judge Advocates Center & School.
Major Morilak was promoted to his current rank on September 18, 2002; his military assignments include:
Plan & Operations Officer, HQDA G-2, Pentagon, VA (Active Duty)
Chief of Information Law, U.S. Central Command, Tampa, FL (Active Duty)
Special Projects Officer (Information Security), U.S. Central Command, Pentagon, VA (Active Duty)
Senior Legal Assistance Officer, 174th LSO, St. Petersburg , FL
Commander, 320th Military Police Company, St. Petersburg , FL
Counter-Terrorism Officer, U.S. Central Command, Tampa , FL (Active Duty)
Cadre Training Officer, 1/8830 Training Battalion (MP-OSUT), Ft. Meade , MD HHD
Executive Officer (Acting Commander) 400th Military Police BN, Ft. Meade , MD
Team Leader, ASPS/FP, 11th Special Forces Group, Ft. Meade MD
Security Officer, Defense Intelligence College , Bolling AFB, Washington D.C.
Gunner/Special Weapons NCOIC, A Btry 3/92 FA (8" SP), Akron , OH
Major Morilak's additional military training includes; Physical Security, Special Reaction Team, Counter-terrorism, Combating Terrorism, Foreign Military Weapons, Urban Warfare Operations and specific topics in intelligence related areas.
Major Morilak's civilian career includes four years as a DOD Intelligence Officer, including two years as the Director of Threat and Intelligence at Aberdeen Proving Grounds (U.S. Army Ordnance Center & School), and five years in private law practice in the areas of small business law, international small business law, import/export regulation, and business immigration matters with representatives in six foreign offices.
Major Morilak is currently on Active Duty at Headquarters, Department of the Army and is not available as a Consultant.