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Lieutenant Colonel William L. Peace, Sr

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William L. Peace, Sr., is a lieutenant colonel in the New Jersey Army National Guard. He has been a Soldier since 1985, is a veteran of two wars, serving with the 82nd Airborne Division and the First Corps Support Command. He has commanded at the company and battalion level and held various battalion and brigade staff positions in logistics. Lieutenant Colonel Peace is currently the Policy and Plans Branch chief for the G-4 of the New Jersey Army National Guard, an 18-year veteran of the Freehold Township Police Department and currently works in the Patrol Division, is an active member of the Police Benevolence Association Local #209, is the President of the National Guard Association of New Jersey, and is a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. He is a former Department of the Army Civilian Logistics Manager. Lieutenant Colonel Peace holds a master’s degree in the administration of criminal justice from Norwich University, and a master’s in strategic studies from the U.S. Army War College.

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SSI books and monographs by Lieutenant Colonel William L. Peace, Sr

  • End Game Strategies: Winning the Peace

    July 03, 2012

    Authored by Lieutenant Colonel William L. Peace, Sr.
    What lessons can be learned from the occupation of Germany after World War II and from Iraq after Operation IRAQI FREEDOM? This Carlisle Paper analyzes both the similarities and differences between the occupations of both countries and suggests how lessons learned from both can be applied to the future.