Born in 1910; died in 1967. Member of the International Prosecution Section (IPS). Navy public information officer. Earned his journalism degree in 1932 from the University of Missouri. Attended graduate school at the University of Michigan. Worked for the St. Louis Department of Health and as a special assistant to the publisher of the St. Louis Globe-Democrat prior to World War II. After the war, he was a member of the Committee on Research and Reorganization that established the Defense Department in 1947. In 1950, appointed to the public relations staff of the Republican National committee. Wrote histories and books on the Navy during World War II and the use of computers in the Soviet Union. Associated with the Institute of Social Science Research in Washington, D. C. Also served in the Central Intelligence Agency as an intelligence officer for 15 years.