Military Review English Edition November-December 2015 - Page 124

Lt. Col. Rob B. McClary, U.S. Marine Corps, Retired, works for Booz Allen Hamilton leading a research team for the Army’s Human Dimension Capabilities Development Task Force. He holds a BS from the United States Naval Academy, an MMAS from the Army’s School of Advanced Military Studies (SAMS), and a PhD from Kansas State University. His research explored the relationships between tolerance of ambiguity and creativity among military officers. He has served as an armor officer, as a civilian assistant professor at SAMS, and as the contractor lead of the Training and Education Directorate of the Army’s Human Terrain System. Dr. Marcus Griffin is a cultural anthropologist. He served as the lead social scientist for one of the first Army human terrain teams in Baghdad, Iraq. After subsequently serving as an Asia-Pacific regional scholar for the Army’s Cultural Knowledge Consortium, Griffin returned to the Human Terrain System as lead instructor for research operations. He has published significant studies from the Middle East, Southeast Asia, and Oceania. He currently works as &W6V&6