U.S. ARMY CHEMICAL CORPS
Distinguished Member of the Corps
Lieutenant Colonel Stephen C. Malone
Lieutenant Colonel Stephen C. Malone was born in Salzburg, Austria. He has more than 36 years of experience in Chemical, Biological, Nuclear and Radiological defense operations and homeland security/defense. He has spent nearly two decades in Washington, D.C., having served as the lead officer for collaborative projects involving the Department of Defense, non-DoD Federal agencies and the British Ministry of Defense. While in the office of the DoD Chemical and Biological Defense Program, he managed a multi-year project overseeing U.S. delegation support to a NATO Systems Analysis and Studies panel focusing on "Defense against CBRN Attacks in the Changing NATO Strategic Environment.” Currently, he is Director, Homeland Defense and Security Information Analysis Center.
Lieutenant Colonel Malone has contributed numerous writings to the CBRN community, including two articles for the Encyclopedia of World Terrorism: "National Guard: New Missions" and "Armed Forces: New Missions." He has also contributed to the DoD Tiger Team Report on "Integrating National Guard and Reserve Component Support for Response to Attacks Using Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)," and co-authored the DoD "Report to Congress: Domestic Preparedness Program in the Defense against WMD."
Lieutenant Colonel Malone’s awards include the Legion of Merit, Meritorious Service Medal (5th Award), Army Commendation Medal with (7th Award), and two performance awards from private industry for his work on critical infrastructure protection and Operation TOMODACHI.
Lieutenant Colonel Malone continues the proud Chemical Corps tradition through his support of military and interagency needs for accurate information regarding current WMD/CBRNe news and information.