Brian Powers

Brian Powers is an associate professor and chair of the Intelligence Management Program at UMUC. Prior to joining UMUC, he served for 26 years in the United States Air Force as an intelligence officer serving in various operational and staff assignments at the Pentagon in the Air Staff, Joint Staff, and Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence (USD(I); and three overseas Combatant Commands in the Europe, Middle East and Pacific regions. He has also worked 13 years in the private sector as an intelligence planner in strategy and policy at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and Defense Intelligence Agency, and as a program director and educator. He holds a master’s degree in Business and Organizational Security from Webster University, a master’s degree in National Security Affairs from the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, a master’s degree in International Relations from Creighton University.

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Drones and Autonomous Systems 2: Applications in Emergency Management (edX)

Learn the latest applications of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) in emergency management, public safety, and industry, as well as the potential risks UAS pose to safety and privacy. If you want to be the technology specialist who can procure and gain insight into cutting edge systems to help save [...]
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Drones and Autonomous Systems I: Fundamentals (edX)

Learn the essentials you need in order to use cutting edge drone technology. Are you interested in learning about drones, be it casual or in-depth? You can use this course to gain insight into the basic elements of commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) drone systems used in civilian missions and into Federal [...]
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