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Brandon Scott

Middle East
Editor-in-Chief and CEO, 361 Security
Covers:  islam, intelligence analysis, international affairs, military affairs, foreign policy, homeland security, veterans affairs, counterinsurgency, insurgency, post-conflict societies, defense, globalization, intelligence, counterterrorism, security and terrorism, global security, counterintelligence, cross-cultural issues, information operations, international relations, emerging markets, international travel, intelligence collection, foreign affairs

Editor-in-Chief/CEO of @361Security Professional & Writer in Intelligence, Security & Stability Operations. Combat Veteran. 60+ Countries & counting.

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Biography

Brandon Scott has over 13 years experience in the field of international intelligence and security and stability. He has lived, worked and traveled to over 40 countries and is a combat veteran, decorated for valor. Brandon served on a Tactical Human Intelligence Team in Iraq from 2004 to 2005. He...

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@BrandonScott361 — 281 followers, 2,409 tweets

@DHSgov If you could stop detaining me for questioning everytime I return to US from years in Iraq & Afghanistan that would be nice. I do have @GlobalEntry & have spent 17 years working in the #NatSec field. Seriously change your algorithm #FormerDHSContractor
@dcdmv hit a new low. Charging nearly $500 late registration fee to disabled combat veteran returning from 2.5 years deployed in #Iraq & #Afghanistan as a contractor while car in storage. Charges to renew registration $680 because he is "not active duty military." #DC #Veteran
Feeling sketchy being an American in #Tunisia right now on holiday. Everyone talking Jerusalem on radio, in taxi, in Dr's office; protests downtown. Today I'll play Canadian.
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Interview

How do you prefer to be pitched on stories?

Email is fine.

What's your favorite social network?

I am a Facebook guru. I only recently engaged twitter, and am still learning it.

Did you work for your high school newspaper? If so, what did you do there?

No, however I did do the High School Literary Magazine

Awards

Top 99 Under 33

2013 - Most Influential Foreign Policy Leaders
Diplomatic Courrier's most influential Foreign Policy leaders under the age of 33.

Army Commendation Medal for Valor

2004 - Military
US Army Commendation Medal with "V" Device for Valor. Awarded for actions during an insurgent ambush while on a Human Intelligence mission.