Mr. Thomas F. Greco serves as the Director of Intelligence, DCS, G-2 for the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command. This is a Tier Two Defense Intelligence Senior Executive Service (DISES) position. He is the Army’s lead for developing, defining, and applying current and future threats and environments in support of leader development, concept development, capability design, training readiness, and experimentation. He also leads the Army’s Red Teaming, Human Terrain System, Foreign Military and Cultural Studies, and the Training Brain Operations Center; as well as teams that support the Army’s Combat Training Centers, deployed forces in Afghanistan, all of the Army’s educational institutions and capability development and integration activities. He is responsible for managing a staff of more than 500 employees, acts as the program manager for TRADOC civilian intelligence career field and oversees a budget in excess of $250 million.

From 2004-2011 Mr. Greco was the Special Assistant to the G-2, U.S. Army Europe. Selected as a Defense Intelligence Senior Level (DISL) in 2004, Mr. Greco was the command’s senior intelligence advisor for all matters of intelligence, counterintelligence and security. He was a key interlocutor with allied and U.S. intelligence and security services, greatly facilitating the neutralization of numerous threats to U.S. interests in the EUCOM, CENTCOM, AFRICOM and NORTHCOM areas of responsibility. From 2008-2009 he served as the Senior Intelligence Officer, Multi National Force – Iraq. He also played a significant role in the preparation of U.S. and allied forces for operations in Iraq, Afghanistan, the Balkans and other contingency areas. Mr. Greco is a retired Army intelligence officer who served as the G-2/CJ-2 on five deployments.

Among his awards and decorations are the Meritorious Civilian Service Medal, Superior Civilian Service Medal, Global War On Terrorism Medal (for service in Iraq), Commander’s Award for Civilian Service, Legion of Merit, Defense Meritorious Service Medal (1 OLC), and Army Meritorious Service Medal (2 OLC).