Howard W. Seibert Jr.

  • SEP 1994 – MAY Kutztown University. Communication Design

  • SEP 2005 – MAR 2007 Defense Language Institute, Monterey CA. Arabic Modern Language and Culture

  • MAR 2005 – AUG 2008 Cochise College, Sierra Vista, AZ. Intelligence Operations

  • OCT 2018 – FEB 2019 Full Sail University. Audio Production B.S.

  • MAY 2020 – MAY 2021 Full Sail University. Instructional Design and Technology M.S.

Technical Skills
  • Proficient with Microsoft Windows and Office, Adobe Photo Shop and Illustrator, Google Earth and Google Maps

  • Worked extensively with the following military applications; CIDNE, DSOMS, Crime Tracker, DCGS-A, TIGR, GEOQUEST, Falcon View, BATS, HIIDE, CHARCS, CHAMS, CHIMS and CHATS.

  • Extended knowledge of Pro Tools, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro, Logic X Pro, Ozone and multiple editing programs.


Instructor/Training Developer
Ft. Huachuca, AZ
FEB 2010 - Present

  • Instructor at the 35M Army Interrogation Course.

  • Completed the Army Basic Instructor Course and the 35M Instructor Training Course. 

  • Received the Army Basic Instructor badge as well as a commendation for distinguished instructor. 

  • Conducted over 400 hours of instruction in detainee operations and source operations.

  • Conducted training on complex/technical HUMINT source operations techniques & a variety of intelligence operations.

  • Served as subject matter expert (SME) and instructor on standard/advanced operations as well as Interrogation techniques and questioning method.

  • Assisted in development of real-world training exercises.

  • Analyzed, coordinated, and developed plans for future training.

  • Advised senior leadership on evolving/developing trends & necessary course evolution and coordinate changes with other joint services.

  • Developed & revised courses, lesson plans, aids; conducted research to ensure training reflects current technological advancements and current Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTP), particularly in regards to Afghanistan.

  • Evaluated students, assisted/advised other instructors. Researched, wrote, coordinated, & reviewed doctrinal literature.

  • At conferences, provided educational & training expertise on a variety of intelligence matters.

Human Intelligence Collection Team Leader
Ft. Riley, KS
OCT 2009 – JAN 2010

  • Trained, developed, counseled and mentored subordinate team members on reintegration following deployment.

  • Supervised Company inventories and property turnovers for the new Command Element.

  • Inspected and Oversaw all of the Battalion HAZMAT return shipments from Iraq.

Human Intelligence Collection Team Leader
OCT 2008 – OCT 2009

  • Supervised and conducted Human Intelligence (HUMINT) operations in support of OIF as a HUMINT Collection Team (HCT) leader.

  • Provided oversight to source operations in the area of Intelligence responsibility and led the highest producing HCT in MND-B.

  • Developed a large information network directly resulting in a production rate which exceeded the average reporting by over 200 percent.

  • Looked upon by other HUMINT collection assets in the area of operation as the subject matter expert in all things related to source operations.

  • Planned and conducted over 500 source meetings, 75 screenings of host nation local nationals, 120 debriefings of U.S. Military personnel, 80 interrogations of civilians on the battlefield, enemy prisoners of war and detainees.

  • Wrote over 350 published intelligence reports. Reviewed and performed quality control of over 600 subordinate HUMINT Collector reports.

  • Conducted Key Leader Engagements with host nation local and high level government officials and Tribal leaders.

  • Liaised with host nation law enforcement personnel and military as part of daily activities.

  • Provided insight and guidance to the Battalion Commander, S2 and S3 through weekly targeting meetings and Battalion Update Briefings as well as through daily operational interactions.

  • Assisted Civil Affairs in improving the relationship between local officials, contractors and citizens by utilizing an uncommonly used U.S. Government program as well as providing compensation to local nationals for property damage.

  • Trusted by high ranking military Officers to lead a HUMINT team which was geographically and command separated.

  • Trained, developed, counseled and mentored subordinate team members resulting in an all Non-Commissioned Officer staffed team.

  • Trained and instructed over 300 personnel in Tactical Site Exploitation and Tactical Questioning in preparation for deployment to support OIF.

  • Supervised the training of host nation military and law enforcement.

  • Managed and directed Interpreters and Linguists for screenings, debriefings, source operations and interrogations.

Human Intelligence Collection Team Leader
Ft. Riley, KS
APR 2007 – OCT 2008

  • Trained subordinate soldiers in HUMINT collection and warrior tasks and drills as an HCT Team Leader.

  • Conducted Brigade level training on Sensitive and Tactical Site Exploitation as well as trained all Brigade elements on Tactical Questioning.

  • Attended the National Training Camp in California with 2/1 ID and led an HCT with an above average production rate.

  • Graduated from the Source Operations Course at Ft. Huachuca, AZ.

  • Planned and conducted company missions on Field Training Exercises and provided oversight to personnel on Battlefield Forensics.

HUMINT Collector
Monterey, CA
AUG 2005 – APR 2007

  • Studied Modern Standard Arabic as well as Iraqi, Syrian and Egyptian dialects.

  • Researched Middle Eastern affairs and culture and studied the history of Arab cultures.

  • Graduated with a 3.6 GPA in Arabic Modern Language and Culture.

  • Conducted advanced HUMINT training to include special interrogation techniques and the Separation approach.

HUMINT Collector
Sierra Vista, AZ
JAN 2005 – AUG 2005

  • Attended the Army Human Intelligence Course at Ft. Huachuca.

  • Trained in basic and advanced interrogation techniques as well as the law of land warfare and the Geneva Convention.

  • Trained in screening and debriefing both locally employed personnel and U.S. persons.

  • Studied and conducted source operations to collect intelligence.

  • Wrote, edited and analyzed a variety of intelligence reports as well as utilized special U.S. Government software.

  • Held a squad leader position and was responsible for 8 subordinate soldiers.


  • Army Basic Instructor Course (ABIC), Ft. Huachuca, AZ, JUN10

  • New Instructor Training Course, Ft. Huachuca, AZ, MAR10.

  • Reid Interviewing and Interrogation Course, Ft. Riley, KS, SEP08.

  • Reid Advanced Interviewing and Interrogation Course, Ft. Riley, KS, SEP08.

  • Deception Detection Course, Ft. Riley, KS, SEP08.

  • Source Operations Course, Ft. Huachuca, AZ JUN08 – AUG08.

  • Battlefield Forensics Course, National Training Camp, CA, MAY08.

  • HUMINT Collection Team Operations Course, San Antonio, TX, FEB08.

  • Technical Transportation of Hazardous Materials Course, Ft. Riley, KS, JAN08.

  • Counterintelligence/Human Intelligence Automated Reporting and Collection Systems Course, Ft. Riley, KS, OCT 07.

  • Combat Lifesaver Course, Ft. Riley, KS, MAY07. (Most recent re-certification JUN09, Victory Base Compound, Iraq)