Ken Robinson served a 20-year career in U.S. Army Ranger, Special Forces, and clandestine special operations units, working with the Defense Intelligence Agency and the Central Intelligence Agency as a Non-Official Cover (NOC) operative.
Robinson's unique career included assignments in the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Special Mission Units, as a commander and senior staff officer planning, and leading special operations forces is such places as Somalia, Sarajevo, Colombia, Haiti and Iraq.
After retirement, Robinson was a principal planner for the Interagency Terrorism Response and Awareness Program (ITRAP), working with senior top officials of the U.S. government.
Robinson is the Senior Terrorism and National Security Analyst for CNN, and has been a combat embedded reporter in Iraq and Afghanistan. He was honored with a First Place National Headliner Award for his reporting on the September 11 attack on America.
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