John C. Inglis
|John C. Inglis|
Inglis in September 2006
|17th Deputy Director of the National Security Agency|
|President||George W. Bush
|Preceded by||William B. Black, Jr.|
|Succeeded by||Richard Ledgett|
29 October 1954 |
Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.
|Education||United States Air Force Academy
George Washington University
Johns Hopkins University
|Allegiance||United States of America|
|Service/branch|| United States Air Force
U.S. Air National Guard
|Years of service||1976-2006|
|Unit||National Security Agency|
|Commands||Maryland ANG, Chief of Staff|
Early life and education
After high school, Inglis attended the United States Air Force Academy, graduating in 1976 as a Distinguished Graduate with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering Mechanics.
- 1996 – Graduate of Air War College, USAF Squadron Officers School, Air Command and Staff College
- 1990 – Graduated George Washington University, Professional Degree Computer Science
- 1984 – Graduated Johns Hopkins University, M.S. in Computer Science
- 1977 – Graduated Columbia University, M.S. in Mechanical Engineering
Inglis' training includes undergraduate and Instructor Pilot Training, and he also attended the Air War College where he was designated Outstanding Graduate.
- 2015 Robert and Mary M. Looker Professor in Cyber Security Studies, United States Naval Academy
- 2006–2014 – Deputy Director of the National Security Agency
- 2003–2006 – Special United States Liaison Officer – London
- 2001–2003 – Signals Intelligence Deputy Director for Analysis and Production
- 1999–2001 – Chief, Office of China and Korea, Operations Directorate
- 1998–1999 – Deputy Chief, Office of China and Korea, Operations Directorate
- 1997 – Promoted to the Senior Executive Service
- 1996–1997 – Senior Operations Officer, National Security Operations Center
- 1995–1996 – Deputy Chief, NSA Office of Encryption Policy
- 1992–1995 – Participant in Senior Cryptologic Executive Development Program Management and staff tours in the Directorates of Operations, Information Systems Security and Plans and Programs.
- 1991–1992 – Visiting Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, U.S. Military Academy, West Point, NY
- 1986–1991 – Information Security Analyst and Manager up through division level within NSA's Information Systems Security Directorate.
- 1983–1986 – Mechanical Engineering professor at US Naval Academy
- 2014 – President's National Security Medal
- 2014 – Director of National Intelligence Distinguished Service Medal
- 2009 – Presidential Rank Award for Distinguished Service
- 2006 – U.S. Air Force Distinguished Service Medal
- 2004 – Presidential Rank Award for Distinguished Service
- 2002 – Exceptional Civilian Service Award
- 2001 – Deputy Director of Operations Special Recognition Award
- 2000 – Presidential Rank Award for Meritorious Service
- 1996 – Deputy Director of Operations Special Recognition Award
- 1992 – Department of the Army – Outstanding Civilian Service Award
- 1984 – Clement's Award as the U.S. Naval Academy's Outstanding Military Faculty Member
- 1985–2006 – Brigadier General in the Air National Guard and qualified as a command pilot. Has commanded at Flight, Squadron, Group and Joint Force Headquarters.
- 1976–1985 – U.S. Air Force officer and pilot. Inglis served as a Brigadier General in the Air National Guard and was qualified as a command pilot in the C-130J and served as the commander 135th Airlift Group – the first USAF unit equipped with the C-130J.
- Harding, Luke (2014). The Snowden Files: The Inside Story of the World's Most Wanted Man. New York: Vintage Books. p. 128. ISBN 9780804173520. OCLC 870337274.
Also patched in was Chris Inglis, the NSA's deputy director.
- Gorman, Siobhan (2006-05-31). "Second-ranking NSA official forced out of job by director". Baltimore Sun. Retrieved 2011-01-01.
- "2009 Gathering of Eagles Event Recap". 2009. Retrieved December 4, 2009.
- Maryland Air National Guard – Bio
- Bio at 'Software Technology Conference (2002)' – Agenda
- Official Bio on NSA web site
- List of former Vice/Deputy Directors of the NSA.
- Appearances on C-SPAN
William B. Black, Jr.
|Deputy Director of the National Security Agency
August 2006 – January 2014