Colonel (select) Matteo Martemucci
Colonel (select) Matteo Martemucci, representing the US Air Force, is a national security affairs fellow for 2011–2012 at the Hoover Institution.
Martemucci holds a BA in international politics from Penn State University, an MA in international relations from Troy University, an MA in joint campaign planning and strategy from the National Defense University, and a Graduate Certificate in Organizational Management from George Washington University. He is also a graduate of the Department of Defense’s Joint Advanced War Fighting School, Joint Forces Staff College, and Air Command and Staff College. He is a career intelligence officer and cyberspace operator. He recently completed command of the 315th Network Warfare Squadron, the air force’s premier Computer Network Attack unit based at Fort Meade, Maryland. In addition to his numerous stateside assignments, he has served in Korea, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, France, and the Czech Republic. He is fluent in Czech and conversant in Italian. His work on strategic communication has been published in the Iosphere, the professional journal of Joint Information Operations. His research will focus on US government policy and strategy in the cyberspace domain. Martemucci is one of two officers representing the air force in the 2011–12 class.