How many “free energy” companies have a former Director of the CIA and FBI on their payrolls? By my math, there’s just one: Terawatt Research, LLC.
Judge William H. Webster
(Milbank Tweed Hadley & Mc Cloy)
William H. Webster was sworn in as director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) on May 26, 1987. In this position he headed the United States intelligence community and directed the CIA until September, 1991. Following his departure from the CIA, he joined the law firm of Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy, LLP in Washington, DC.
Webster served as United States attorney for the Eastern District of Missouri from 1960 to 1961. In 1970, he was appointed a judge of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri and in 1973 was elevated to the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit. During his service on the bench, Webster was chairman of the Judiciary Conference Advisory Committee on the Criminal Rules and was a member of the Ad Hoc Committee on Habeas Corpus and the Committee of Court Administration. He resigned on February 23, 1978 to become director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, where he served for nearly a decade before moving on to lead all foreign intelligence agencies of the United States as CIA director.
On July 1, 1991 Judge Webster was presented the Distinguished Intelligence Medal and on July 25, 1991 he was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom and the National Security Medal.
Webster earned bachelor’s degrees in history and political science, as well as an honorary Doctor of Laws degree, from Amherst College in Massachusetts. He received his law degree from Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, in 1949. He served as a lieutenant in the United States Navy in World War II and again in the Korean War.
Judge William H. Webster is current Chairman of the Homeland Security advisory Council (HSAC)
The other publicly acknowledged Terawatt Research personnel with obvious black world connections are James G. Magee (Internal Security, Strategic Advisor, Finance) and Gary W. Caille, Ph.D., P.E. (Scientific Advisor).
James G. Magee
(Internal Security, Strategic Advisor, Finance)
Mr. Magee is the CEO of Level 4 Group LLC, a multi-million dollar strategic consultancy and capital funding provider to companies in the defense and security sector markets. Mr. Magee is a recognized expert on ballistic protection systems, special operations and national security issues, and has been the president of three industry leading body armor manufacturers, Point Blank Body Armor, Inc.; ArmorShield USA, Inc.; and Select Armor, Inc. during the past decade. At Point Blank, he designed the US Army’s Interceptor™ vest, still the benchmark body armor worn by US Armed Forces personnel today. Defying conventional industry history, he led Point Blank to a position of industry leader from Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in less than 12 months. After leaving Point Blank, Mr. Magee managed the Modular Body Armor (Interceptor™) program for the US Army’s Prime Contractor for MBA, Arthur D. Little, Inc. Magee served as the president of Exothermal Technology Corporation, Inc. (ETC), a torso cooling protective vest system company, and after a year’s service as president, was appointed to ETC’s Board of Directors for another two years. Mr. Magee served as the President of HIPERTEX, Inc., a manufacturer of high output lightweight diesel engines for DARPA, and a pioneer in alternative energy solutions. Mr. Magee led GartnerGroup’s Performance Management Practice for five years. His team was responsible for the Eastern half of the USA and for Federal government clients. At Gartner, Mr. Magee was the global leader in providing efficiency, effectiveness, cost and performance consulting for Fortune 500 commercial clients, as well as for major Federal and state government agencies. In his first sortie into industry after retirement from the US Marine Corps, Mr. Magee served as a senior operations analyst with Kapos Associates, Inc. (KAI, now part of L3Comm). His clients included The White House, the National Security Council (NSC), and The Atlanta Olympics, the federal departments of Defense, Army, Navy, and Treasury. While at KAI, Mr. Magee led KAI teams that assessed the interoperability for the NSC including the Defense Department’s command, control, computers and intelligence systems (C4I3) at combatant commands around the globe.
Mr. Magee periodically consults for Georgia Tech and the U.S. Marine Corps on combat systems and armor optimization, and has been an on-screen consultant to NBC News and PBS’s The News Hour with Jim Lehrer on armor systems and military procurement issues. Mr. Magee has been published in Armed Forces Journal, the Marine Corps Gazette and the Washington Post on these and other national security issues.
He served a full career in the Marines, retiring as a highly decorated infantry Colonel in the 1990’s after service as the Marine’s special operations expert, and commander of the largest anti-terrorist organization in DOD, the Marine Corps Security Forces with 3400 Marines and Sailors at 82 sites in 16 countries. He enjoys the distinction of having stood up and commanded the Marines first Light Armor Battalion, as well as having been selected as the 2002 recipient of the National Defense Industrial Association’s (NDIA) Lifetime Achievement Award for his contributions to the Nation’s ability to wage special operations.
Mr. Magee lives in the suburbs of Atlanta, GA with his wife, Carole. They have three grown children.
MBA Studies: Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia
BS: Virginia Tech, Blacksburg,
MA Equivalent: NATO Defense College, Rome, Italy Virginia
Next up: Gary W. Caille:
Gary W. Caille, Ph.D., P.E.
Director, Systems Solutions Group, CSU Ventures
PRE/Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Georgia Tech Research Institute
Dr. Caille has extensive experience in the theoretical and practical development of armor and blast resistant systems. Recently he led systems development of the ULTRA Armored Personnel Concept Vehicle and the USMC Marine personnel Carrier, focusing on the survivability and mobility of armor vehicles and their personnel. For the ULTRA APV, he delivered a next generation armored patrol vehicle and developed a new armor for under 3 million dollars all in approximately 1 year. Dr. Caille has also used his expertise in thermal systems by forming systematic solutions to energy generation that use renewable sources such as geothermal, solar and wind combined with gasification and plasma systems using other waste streams to provide optimized solutions that have positive environmental and economic impacts to the community.
Dr. Caille was commissioned in the United Stated Navy after graduation from Cornell University with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (1977). He completed a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Central Florida (1985) and a Doctor of Philosophy in Mechanical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech, 1988). He is a licensed Professional Engineer in Georgia, New Jersey (inactive) and Florida (inactive).
After completing nuclear power training and submarine training, Dr. Caille served on a fast attack nuclear submarine. He served as the Reactor Controls Division Officer, Sonar Division Officer and Weapons Department Head from 1978 to 1982. From 1982 to 1984, he served as an instructor and director of the Officer Chemistry, Materials and Radiological Fundamentals Division at the Navy’s Nuclear Power School.
In 1988, Dr. Caille reported to the Chief of Naval Operations Strategic Submarine Directorate where he served as the Deputy Program Manager and Technical Director for research and development programs with an annual budget of approximately $100M. He also directly supervised the planning, installation, execution, and data analysis of ten, multi-platform, highly complex at-sea experiments. Dr. Caille retired from the Navy Reserve as a Captain with 4 commands.
After returning to Georgia Tech in 1993, Dr. Caille served as a Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Director of the Electro-Optics, Environment and Materials Laboratory, a 250-person, $25 M highly diversified research organization. In 2008, Dr. Caille formed the Systems Solutions Group of CSU Ventures which is focused on developing applied technical research from Colorado State University and partnering with industrial corporations to develop systems level solutions.
I would be most interested in knowing where the money is coming from. If you have any information on who is actually behind this, let me know.