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Beware of Chuck Missler
« on: October 09, 2012, 02:59:51 pm »
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Dr. Charles W. "Chuck" Missler
Curriculum Vitae

Dr. Charles W. "Chuck" Missler is a special advisor to the SWANSAT™ project.

Dr. Charles W. Missler
Koinonia House
PO Box D
Coeur d'Alene, ID  83816-2530  USA

USA Telephone: +800-KHOUSE-1
Email: [email protected]

 During the past 30 years, Chuck has served on the Board of Directors of over a dozen public companies, and was Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of five of them. Chuck Missler received a Congressional appointment to the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. Upon graduating with honors, he received his commission in the U.S. Air Force. By the time he completed his military obligations, he had become Branch Chief of the Department of Guided Missiles at Lowry Air Force Base. Chuck completed a Masters Degree in engineering at UCLA with additional post-graduate studies in applied mathematics, advanced statistics and information sciences, and completed his PhD at Louisiana Baptist University. His civilian career began as a systems engineer at TRW, followed by a Senior Analyst position in a "think tank" serving both the intelligence community and the Department of Defense.

Recruited by the Ford Motor Company into a Senior Management position, Chuck established the first international industrial computer network in 1966. Leaving Ford to start his own company, he founded a computer networking organization later acquired by Automatic Data Processing (NYSE) to became its Network Services Division. He subsequently served as a consultant to the Board of Directors of Rockwell International for corporate acquisitions (which included Collins Radio, American Data Systems, and others); and has also participated in over 100 business ventures as a principal, strategic advisor, or turnaround specialist.

Directorships of
Publicly Traded Corporations
Cypernetics Corporation
Founder, President, CEO, Director
(Startup: Computer network company, acquired by ADP, NYSE)
Dec 68, $0.05/share
June 70, $62.00/share

Pertec Computer Corporation (NYSE)
(Computer peripherals, personal computers; ultimately acquired by
Triumph-Adler, Germany)
Oct 73, $1.375/share
Jan 80, $16.50/share

Applied Devices Corporation (ASE)
(Conglomerate: data processing support services for international oil industry, state lotteries, etc.)
Mar 75, $1.375/share
June 79, $12.00/share

Precision Instrument Co. (OTC)
Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer
(Advanced laser memory development for the National Security Agency, Department of Defense, et al. Extracted from Chapter 11 for Chase Manhattan Bank.)
May 75, $0.05/share
May 77, $6.50/share

Hadron, Inc. (OTC)
(Advanced developments, Defense industry)
Jan 79, $0.12/share
Jan 81, $5.25/share

Western Digital Corporation (ASE, NYSE)
Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer
(Semiconductors; disk controllers, etc. Extracted from Chapter 11 for First Interstate Bank; presently a Fortune 500 company.)
June 77, $0.27/share
Oct 83, $13.00/share

Datum Inc (OTC)
(Computer peripherals; cesium clocks of the Global Positioning
Satellite systems, etc.)
May 80, $2.25/share
July 85, $12.00/share

Helionetics (ASE)
Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer
(William E. Simon, former Secretary of Treasury, asked me to join him on this strategically sensitive ultraviolet laser project; we both resigned after a futile 13 month boardroom struggle.)
Nov 83, $17.00/share
Dec 84, $7.00/share

Ducommun Inc (ASE)
(Asset reallocations of the oldest corporation in California; aerospace metals processing; electronic distribution; et al.)
Dec 80, $23.75/share
July 88, $3.78/share, after splits and divestitures

Resdel Industries (OTC)
Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer (Advanced developments for Department of Defense and other deeply classified customers; partnered with Boeing on P-3 upgrade; with Northrup on the Stealth Bomber; etc. Ultimately acquired by Dowty PLC of U.K.)
Dec 84, $0.10/share
July 88, $3.50/share

Each of these was a troubled turnaround situation. These directorships are only intended to imply participation; not personal credit for the results. Each was a learning experience. In 1989, The Phoenix Group, Inc., Chuck Missler's publicly traded development company, entered into an $8 billion joint venture to supply personal computers to the 143,000 public schools of the Soviet Union.

Technical Projects
Dr. Missler has served as a consultant, principal, or a director, participating in over 100 high technology investments, acquisitions, or divestitures over his 30 year career. Some specific projects have included:

System Engineer, Subsystem I of the SAMOS Program (highly classified reconnaissance satellite program); principal contributor to major developments in the gathering of ELINT (electronic intelligence) information via satellite.

While on the staff of an Air Force think-tank, participated in the programming of one of the first solid-state command/control computers (AN/FSQ-27) exploiting error-correcting coding.

Chief Systems Engineer for arms control simulations for the early negotiations for U.S. Arms Control And Disarmament Agency (USACADA) in the Geneva negotiations;

Optical processing of digital information with laser memories (as President of Precision Instrument Company); early exploitation of Fourier Transforms in search and retrieval of optically stored digital information for the National Security Agency at Fort Meade;

Application of advanced statistical coding methods for highly sensitive industrial applications, including adaptive filtering and exponential smoothing models.

Personally funded and directed the first microchip implementation of the Data Encryption Standard (DES) of the National Bureau of Standards, in concert with Carnegie Mellon Institute of Research.

Served on the Board of Directors with William E. Simon (former Secretary of Treasury), General David C. Jones (Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff), Admiral Tom Hayward (Chief of Naval Operations) and Dr. Edward Teller, (Scientific Advisor to the President), involved in highly sensitive advanced technology projects.

Served on the Board of Directors of the Computer and Communications Industry Association in Washington D.C.

Former member: Association for Computing Machinery, The Institute for Management Sciences, Operations Research Society of America, Institute of  Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Order of Old Crows (Electronic Warfare Specialists).

And also, Chuck Missler and his ties to the Vatican.