George C. Kopcsak

GEORGE C. KOPCSAK

EDUCATION

  • Bachelor of Science, June 1961 – US Military Academy, West Point, NY.
  • Graduate, US Army Field Artillery School, Basic 1962, Advanced 1967 – Ft. Sill, OK.
  • Graduate, US Army Command & General Staff College, May 1970 – Ft. Leavenworth, KS.
  • Master of Science (Electrical Engineering), May 1972 – Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA.
  • Graduate, John F. Kennedy School of Government, June 1991 – Harvard University, MA.

EXPERIENCE

  • Present Technical Consultant for selected Defense Contractors and DOE Weapons laboratories on Munitions matters of interest to the DoD.
  • Deputy for Munitions, Office of the Secretary of Defense responsible for vertical integration of warhead, explosive and fuze technology into developmental and fielded weapon systems.
  • Staff Specialist for Weapons Technology, Office of the Secretary of Defense responsible for the weapons and munitions technology base.
  • Department of the Army System Coordinator, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Research and Development responsible for surface-to-surface artillery fire support.
  • Various artillery positions in the US Army including artillery operations and battalion command in combat.
  • Production Engineer for Kaiser Steel Corporation

AWARDS & DECORATIONS

  • Secretary of Defense Meritorious Civilian Service Award
  • Army Commendation Medal, Bronze Star Medal, Air Medal (V) Device, Ranger Tab.
  • 30 and 40 year Certificates of Federal Service.
  • Active TOP SECRET clearance maintained by the Department of Energy.