the board of the Association of Former Intelligence Offi-
cers 1997–2000. Mr. Kvetkas received a B.S. from Whar-
ton School, University of Pennsylvania; a master’s degree
from George Washington University; and a law degree
from Georgetown University. He is also a graduate of the
National War College, the Federal Executive Institute, and
the Harvard University Executive Program in National and
International Security. He is a member of the DC Bar and
is a CPA.
Charles V. Brown received an ROTC commission as a
second lieutenant in the USAF upon his graduation from
Ohio Wesleyan University in 1958. After receiving Air
Force intelligence training at Sheppard AFB, he spent
eleven years in the USAF with two tours at NSA, one
at Shaw AFB, three years in Germany, and one year in
Vietnam. In 1972 he converted to civilian status at NSA
where he had operational and staff assignments in DDO,
R/D, the National Cryptologic School, and the EEO
Office. He retired from the USAF Reserve as a colonel
in 1988 and from NSA in 1992. He returned to NSA full
time from 2003-2005 to support the buildup for the Sec-
ond Persian Gulf War. Later in 2005 he became a civil-
ian volunteer in the Center for Cryptologic History until
2013 when he moved to Williamsburg, VA. He has an
MA in international studies from American University
and after retirement was active in supporting federal/state/
local counternarcotics efforts. He was a noted clarinetist
and author in the Dixieland jazz circles in the Baltimore/
Washington area.
Michael J. Flatley joined the USAF in 1957 after finishing
high school. He studied traffic analysis and was assigned to
Shiroi AB in Japan, Okinawa, and then NSA at Ft. Meade
where he converted to civilian status in 1961. He served as
a traffic analyst and as a special research analyst in several

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