Dr. Ed Bundy

Program Manager for Improvised Device Defeat/Explosives Countermeasures,

Combating Terrorism Technical Support Office

Email: edwin.bundy@cttso.gov

Dr. Bundy is a government program manager focusing on advanced technologies development for military and public safety bomb technician communities, and improving operational capabilities for counter-IED personnel working in low-intensity conflict environments abroad. With close to 40 years in the field, Dr. Bundy’s expertise in the C-IED and WMD arena has been leveraged widely across the U.S. Interagency, to include having served as co-chair for the Subcommittee on Science and Technology for Countering Explosive Devices, Advisor to the International Association of Bomb Technicians and Investigators (IABTI), and federal liaison to the National Bomb Squad Commander’s Advisory Board (NBSCAB).

Dr. Bundy is a Certified International Post Blast Investigator, and former U.S. Army Master Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician, with extensive operational experience conducting response operations to conventional and improvised explosive devices, as well as chemical and biological agents and materials. During his tenure as a bomb technician, Dr. Bundy served in such positions as Team Leader for a Special Improvised Explosive Device (SIED) unit, responsible for access to and disablement of improvised nuclear devices and other potential weapons of mass destruction.

In addition to his military service, Dr. Bundy has worked extensively with the U.S. first responder community, and served as an instructor for the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) former Office of Domestic Preparedness (ODP) at such facilities as the Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP), and the National Emergency Response and Rescue Training Center (NERRTC), sharing his expertise in matters related to chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive (CBRNE) response, as well as the identification and characterization of agents and materials. Dr. Bundy also served as Director of the National Homeland Security Training Center, a DoD funded first responder training facility providing tailored scenario-based training in crisis-and-consequence management of terrorist/CBRNE incidents.


Eugene J. "Gene" Squires 

Government Affairs Advisor

Eugene J. “Gene” Squires is a founding Senior Partner of Squires & Fulcher, LLC a management consultant company incorporated June 15, 2005, in Georgia. He works with corporate-suite clients on crafting strategy and program execution for increasing shareholder growth or mission accomplishment. Mr. Squires became Director of Government Affairs for the United States Bomb Technicians Association November 14, 2016. Mr. Squires is a retired EOD Soldier and President of the U.S. Army Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Association; member of the International Association of Bomb Technicians & Investigators; and life member and Chairman, EOD Committee of the National Defense Industrial Association


Mr.. Kevin Miles  

 Email Kevin.Miles@eku.edu                                                                                      

Kevin G. Miles is a Lecturer at the Department of Fire Protection and Paramedicine Sciences, School of Safety, Security, and Emergency Management, Eastern Kentucky University. He has extensive experience in the field of improvised explosive devices and post-blast investigations. In 2013, Mr. Miles retired from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) after 23 years as a Special Agent Bomb Technician. For the past 3 years, he has beenĀ· teaching pre-and post- blast investigation techniques as a government contractor to students from around the world. He is a 1989 graduate of the FBl's Hazardous Devices School in Huntsville, AL. At that time, he was a member of the Tulsa, OK Police Department Bomb Squad. In 1990, after eight years as a police officer, he joined the FBI. He served in the Gallup, NM, Buffalo, NY and Los Angeles, CA Field Offices. While in Los Angeles, he was named the FBl's first officially assigned full-time bomb technician. He served in that capacity for more than 17 years.

As an FBI post blast investigator, Mr. Miles was part of the crime scene teams that processed the bombings at the World Trade Center in 1993, Oklahoma City Federal Building in 1995, TWA Flight 800 in 1996, Khobar Towers, Saudi Arabia in 1996, Maldives AI-Queda Bombing in 2007, and hundreds of others. He has taught over 9,000 students from all over the world on the intricacies involved with bombing investigations.

Mr. Miles is a past Executive Director of the International Association of Bomb Technicians and Investigators. He is the founder and lead instructor for the FBl's Large Vehicle Bomb Post Blast Investigation Class as well as the Combat Zone Post Blast Class. In this capacity he has travelled to 65 countries and 48 states. He has deployed to high threat areas such as Afghanistan (Operation Enduring Freedom) and Pakistan (three times to the Federally Administered Tribal Area).

In 2000, Mr. Miles earned the title of FBI Master Police Instructor and in 2010 was named as an FBI Master Special Agent Bomb Technician. He has published numerous articles and research papers on the topics above and has received numerous awards from the FBI, local law enforcement organizations and the United States military for his service to the first responder community. Mr. Miles received a B.S. in Criminal Justice from The University of Tulsa in 1980. He received his Master's Degree in Criminal Justice from Boston University in 2015. He is married with two grown children.


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