Jim M. Bradford

Mr. Bradford entered federal civilian service in 2019 after retiring from active duty from the U.S. Army after 29 years of service. While in uniform, Mr. Bradford served in a variety of command and key staff positions leading organizations in Germany, Korea, Hawaii, and in the Continental United States. Mr. Bradford commanded and led organizations in Afghanistan, Iraq, Kosovo, Macedonia and Bosnia. His joint assignments include U.S. Pacific Command and the White House under President Clinton and President Bush. Mr. Bradford's last assignment was Deputy Director, IMCOM-Europe.

He is a graduate of New Mexico Military Institute, the University of Texas and Troy University, with an undergraduate in Business Administration and a master's degree in Public Policy. His military education includes the U.S. Army's Command and General Staff College, National Defense University and the U.S. Air Force Air War College. Mr. Bradford is a certified public administrator and a project management professional.