CT/CI Training Partners LLC
Global Counterterror and Counterintelligence Training Solutions
A Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), established in November 2009,
specializing in innovative educational support to our government and private sector clients.

Rusty Capps


FLRustyCapps@ctcitraining.org

One of the country's leading instructors and advocates for counterterrorism, counterintelligence and security awareness education, Mr. Capps is sought after by academic, public and private sector organizations to provide insight on issues relating to our national security. He is an accomplished educator...

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Daniel Mulvenna



In 1978, after 21 years of service, Dan Mulvenna retired from the Security Service of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. His Security Service career included initial postings in the personnel security and counter-subversion branches. However the majority of his RCMP service was in counter-espionage operations working against the Russian target...

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Constance Huff

Ms. Huff served in US Army military intelligence her entire 24.5 year career (Nov 1974-May 1999), specializing in counterespionage investigations and operations. Ms. Huff served as a Senior Instructor at the US Army Advanced Counterintelligence Training Course, US Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM), training DoD military and civilian special agents in advanced CI skills.

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The Intelligence Officer's Bookshelf: An Annotated Bibliography Compiled by Dan Mulvenna 
(Printable PDF Version without Book Jacket Pictures.)

A Counterintelligence Officer's Bibliography on Terrorism Compiled by Rusty Capps


CT CI Training Partners
Intelligence and Counterintelligence Training Modules

Our "course catalog" organized by topic with detailed course descriptions.

Top Docs: This section contains must read articles on current counterrerror, intelligence, CI, and security topics.

National Intelligence Strategy of the United States of Ameria

The Heritage Foundation: 2019 Index of U.S. Military Strength

National Strategy for Counterterrorism
of the United States of America

Worldwide Threat Assessment of the
U.S. Intelligence Community (2019)

West Point Combating Terrorism Center: CTC Sentinel May 2018 Issue

Institute For Economics & Peace:
Global Terrorism Index 2018

Summary of the National Defense Strategy 2018 -- The Department of Defense’s enduring mission is to provide combat-credible military forces needed to deter war and protect the security of our nation. Should deterrence fail, the Joint Force is prepared to win. Reinforcing America’s traditional tools of diplomacy, the Department provides military options to ensure the President and our diplomats negotiate from a position of strength.