Francis John McNamara Edit Profile
Bachelor, St. John's University, 1938. Master of Arts, Niagara University, 1939.
Associate regional sales manager, United Nations Relief & Rehabilitation Administration, Jehol & Hupeh Provinces, China, 1946-1947;
editor, Counterattack, New York City, 1950-1954;
director national security program, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Washington, 1954-1958;
research analyst and consultant, House Committee on Un-American Activities, Washington, 1958-1961;
dir research, House Committee on Un-American Activities, 1961-1962;
staff director, House Committee on Un-American Activities, 1962-1969;
executive secretary, Subversive Activities Control Board, Washington, 1970-1973;
executive director, The Hale Foundation, Washington, 1981;
vice chairman, Security and Intelligence Foundation, Arlington, Virginia, 1987-1990;
senior fellow, Center for Intelligence Studies, Arlington, 1990-1993. Board directors Council for Defense of Freedom, Washington, 1952-1994. Board advisors Nathan Hale Institute, Washington, since 1983.
Senior consultant Defense Systemns, Inc., McLean, Virginia, 1987.
Served to major United States Army, 1941-1946. Member Association Former Intelligence Officers.
Married Katherine Elizabeth Foley, November 20, 1945. Children: Jane Marie, Ellen Elizabeth.