Alexander W. Garroch
Turnkey training, solution development, staffing, transition planning and planning and management; modeling and simulation systems engineering and program management; business development; proposal writing.
Alexander Garroch is a Senior Associate for TMST. Experienced in all facets of training program design, development, deployment and management.
Following retirement and immigration to the US, assisted DoD implementing the CFE and Open Skies Treaties and Vienna Document, and developing other arms control agreements including: TIA/GEMI, Wassenaar Agreement, and Pre-Launch Notification System. He led the development of the international notification system underpinning OSCE multilateral communications and the Hungarian developed Open Skies Notification System.
As a contractor to DoD, DoS and DTRA, former positions include program manager and systems engineer responsible for the design, systems engineering and management of several software based information systems and a constructive simulation system. A partial list of his programs includes: JDSS, ACINS, PLNS, and DMRS. Subject matter expert on turnkey training programs, including
developing training solutions, curricula
development, identifying staffing, recruiting key positions, transition planning, and developing plans, policies and procedures.
Alex’ credentials are based on over 25 years’ active duty in the Royal Air Force and UK Ministry of Defence (MOD). Following a successful career as a pilot, his last assignment in the Royal Air Force was in the MOD formulating the UK policy on the CFE and the Open Skies Treaties and the Vienna Document. His accomplishments included: the development, drafting, and negotiation in Vienna of the revised NATO position on Aircraft within the CFE treaty, and sensors within the Open Skies Treaty, for which his singular contribution was recognized by the Queen with the Order of the British Empire (OBE).
Alex earned a Bachelor of Science degree with First Class Honors in Aeronautical Engineering from Bristol University, UK. He earned a Master of Philosophy degree in International Relations from Cambridge University.