MS Radiation Biochemistry
& BS Chemistry
Dan Uyesugi is a retired US Army colonel with 48 years of experience in managing DoD and Army programs related to environmental management; installation and operational energy; Military Munitions Response; National Nuclear Technical Forensics; CBRNE threats; Explosive Ordnance Disposal; countering Weapons of Mass Destruction; domestic preparedness (Federal, state, and local emergency response planning and readiness training); counter terrorism; chemical weapons and agent demilitarization; international arms control; national security and intelligence; and crime laboratory forensic operations.
Col. Uyesugi held numerous positions with the US Army and private sector, including the Technical Director of the Army Environmental Policy Institute; and Commander of the Army Environmental Command, Kansas and Cornhusker Army Ammunition Plants, and the Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory.
Col. Uyesugi has applied his experience to address technical and management issues at many government agencies. Examples include: EPA, DHS, DNDO, DTRA, CMA, JPEO-CBD, AFCEC, DHS’s National Technical Nuclear Forensics Center, and the White House Military Office.
Col. Uyesugi is a graduate of the U.S. Army War College and Army Command and Staff College. He holds an MS in Radiation Biochemistry and a BS in Chemistry, and has held Radiation Safety and HTRW Certification and Explosive Ordnance Disposal (Basic and Senior).