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Terrence Burke

Terrence M. Burke has more than 10 years experience in private investigative and corporate security services (particularly internationally.)  Mr. Burke’s private investigative career followed 30 years of law enforcement, intelligence and national security experience with The CIA and DEA.  Burke's government service included extensive international assignments in Western and Eastern Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Latin America.

From 1989 to 1991, Burke was Deputy Administrator of the DEA, and concurrently served as Acting Administrator for six months in that period.

Burke regularly testified before Congress and appeared frequently on national and international television networks.  He was the agency's principal contact with the National Security Council, CIA and the Departments of Justice, Defense, State and Treasury.  Burke held many other foreign and domestic investigative and managerial positions at DEA from 1970 to 1989. 

From 1960 to 1970, he was a CIA intelligence operations officer in Laos, Thailand and the Philippines.  In 1965, he was awarded the CIA Intelligence Star for Valor, the civilian equivalent of the Congressional Medal of Honor.