Bill Stealey

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John Wilbur 'Wild Bill' Stealey Sr. (born 1947) is a retired United States Air Force lieutenant colonel and the current CEO of iEntertainment Network.

Stealey is a graduate United States Air Force Academy in Aeronautical Engineering (1970) and of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania with a Masters of Business Administration. He also one of only 100 four year national ROTC scholarships as a high school senior and attended Pennsylvania Military College for one year before attending the USAF Academy. He owned the Baltimore Spirit of the National Professional Soccer League from the franchise's inception in 1992 until he sold it to Edwin F. Hale, Sr. in 1998.[1][2]

While serving as an Air Force major, Stealey founded MicroProse together with Sid Meier in 1982. Stealey ran the company until it was sold to Spectrum Holobyte in 1993.

In 1995, he founded Interactive Magic which later became iEntertainment Network. Stealey left the company in 1999, but later returned as CEO in 2002.

An avid aviator, Stealey and piloted a North American T-28 Trojan for over 15 years including leading the T-28 formations at the Oshkosh Air Shows every July on a number of years. In 2005, Stealey attended Wake Technical Community College Digital Game Xpo as a guest speaker.

As CEO at IENT, Stealey has announced that IENT is developing Mobile Outdoors games with first release in late 2014 or early 2015. He is also announced the hiring of a new CFO to get the IENT company back to full public company reporting.

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