Del Wilber, Brief Bio
Del W. Wilber brings over thirty years of experience in Security and Counterterrorism as a former Intelligence Officer serving with the Central Intelligence Agency in Eastern and Western Europe. He attended the Agency’s Field Tradecraft Course and received additional training with the Office of Technical Services. He also completed the Department of States Foreign Service Institute and School of Area Studies. Del spent two years with the Department of Homeland Security Office of Intelligence and Analysis serving as a liaison with DEA and State and Local Law Enforcement on the Southwest Border of the United States.
His expertise took him to Iraq from 2004-2007 where he served as an advisor for Counterterrorism and Counter-IED Operations to the Commanding General of the U.S. Army Multi-National Corps Iraq.
Del also served as the Counterterrorism Advisor and Consultant to the State Investigative and Protection Agency (SIPA) for the government of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the autonomous Republik of Srpska, as well as the CT SWAT Unit for the Ministry of the Interior. Del worked closely with and advised the other Balkan Nations including Servia, Croatia, Slovenia, Albania, Macedonia, Kosovo, and the Counterterrorism SWAT Units of Greece, Italy, Austria, Germany, Turkey and Great Britain. He has designed and executed CT training exercises involving multi-national CT SWAT Units. Del has also conducted extensive training in Security and Counterterrorism for a variety of Middle Eastern Governments including Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman, and the United Arab Emirates.
Del has been invited to appear as a counterterrorism expert on a number of television programs, including the ‘Crime Time’ discussion panel, and he also appears as a regular member of the discussion panel on the NRA-TV Life of Duty series, ‘Defending Our America’.