Located in Northern Virginia, DAGER Technology works with federal, state, local, and military clients in the field of Homeland Security and Combating Terrorism.
Mrs. David is a founder and owner of DAGER Technology. She holds a law degree from The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law, and a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and Affairs from The George Washington University. Aimee was previously the Vice President of Counter-terrorism at DFI Government Services, and coauthored The al-Qaeda Threat: An Analytical Guide to al-Qaeda’s Tactics & Targets.
Jeffrey M. David
Mr. David is a founder and Vice President of DAGER. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering and a Master of Arts in Engineering Management with a concentration in managing Research and Development. Prior to his founding of DAGER, Mr. David spent more than 20 years working as the Deputy Director of the Combating Terrorism Technical Support Office where he oversaw execution of the Interagency Technical Support Working Group and other related programs. For the past twelve years, Mr. David has led the Bomb Squad Test Bed, and in that time has authored more than 50 Bomb Squad Test Bed reports, two articles in The Detonator, and multiple FBI Special Technicians Bulletins. Mr. David also brings to the table extensive interagency contacts, deep Counter-IED experience, and expertise in legislative affairs and media outreach. He has made appearances on several major news outlets including ABC, BBC, NPR, the Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek, and Bloomberg. Mr. David is also an Office of Personnel Management certified Senior Executive and a current member of the International Association of Bomb Technicians and Investigators (IABTI), United States Bomb Technicians Association (USBTA), and National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA).
Mr. Campbell holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Law Enforcement Intelligence and has over 3 decades of counter-IED and law enforcement experience. He began his career as an Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician with the United States Navy, then served as an Explosives Enforcement Officer (EEO) with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF). Most recently he worked as the Project Lead and subject matter expert for DHS’ Office for Bombing Prevention supporting their National Counter-IED Capabilities Analysis Database (NCCAD). He has worked a multitude of explosives related cases supporting operations and investigations for the U.S. Department of State, Department of Defense, Secret Service, Customs and Border Patrol, Consumer Product Safety Commission, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. He served as a member of ATF’s National Response Team, ATF’s Special Response Team as a Tactical Bomb Technician and Master Breacher and Commanded ATF’s Underwater Explosives Evidence Recovery Dive Team. Rich served as ATF’s Bomb Squad Commander and sat on the National Bomb Squad Commanders Advisory Board. He is a member of the International Association of Bomb Technicians and Investigators (IABTI) and The National Capital Region SWAT Association Board. He is also an FAA certified Remote Pilot.
Mr. Versino has a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology and over two decades of Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) and Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) operational experience. He served in the U.S. Air Force and as an Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician, then served as an Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Specialist with the U.S. Army. He is also a certified International Mine Action Standards (IMAS) EOD Level 3 operator, United Nations Safe and Secure Approaches in Field Environments (SSAFE) instructor, and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Remote Pilot Airman. Prior to joining DAGER, Mr. Versino spent seven years with the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) as a Chemical Weapons/Munitions Specialist Inspector, where he led field operations involving the analysis, sampling, and destruction of foreign chemical weapons. He has instructed and facilitated frequent courses on live chemical agent training, chemical detection technologies, and Non-Destructive Evaluation (NDE) techniques for chemical weapons and conventional munitions.
Mr. Smith is a security architect and researcher with over a decade of experience in the software security environment. Before joining DAGER Technology, he developed and wrote software for the first counter-drone system based on protocol manipulation, created multiple open-source projects for wireless networks, and created a suite of tools for creating distributed virtual file systems in free RAM memory of HP printers. He brings with him a wealth of knowledge on training courses, software testing, and system architecture. He co-authored the book Defense Against the Black Arts: How Hackers Do What They Do and How To Protect Against It and has appeared on National Geographic. His is a Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) and Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP). He is also certified in Network Plus and as Federal Communications Commission (FCC) General Class Ham Radio operator.
James JD Jones
Mr. Jones has a Master of Science and Technology Intelligence (Weapons of Mass Destruction) from the National Intelligence University and a Master of Professional Studies in Organization Development and Change from Pennsylvania State University. He served in the U.S. Navy as an Explosive Ordnance Disposal technician and has nearly two decades of counter-Weapons of Mass Destruction (C-WMD) and counter-Improvised Explosive Devices (C-IED) operational experience. Mr. Jones has extensive experience in chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive (CBRNe) operations, training development and delivery, detection and sensor technology, operational test and evaluation, and safety.
Mr. Miller holds Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and Master of Business Administration degrees from the University of Pittsburgh. After beginning his career conducting scientific research at the University of Pittsburgh’s Thomas E. Starzl Transplantation Institute, Mr. Miller spent 24 years as an FBI Special Agent assigned to the Tampa Division. At the FBI, Mr. Miller was a founding member and investigator on the Tampa Joint Terrorism Task Force, a Special Agent Bomb Technician, a Weapons of Mass Destruction Coordinator, a Hazardous Materials Team Leader, and a Special Event Coordinator. Mr. Miller was an FBI Academy Adjunct Faculty Instructor and taught hundreds of courses; specializing in improvised explosive device (IED) electronics, post blast investigation, and homemade explosives. Mr. Miller was an integral part in the public safety planning and command operations for three NFL Super Bowls, the 2012 Republican National Convention, the 2017 College Football Championship and scores of other events in Tampa, Florida. Mr. Miller received numerous awards and commendations for outstanding work during his career with the FBI; including the 2011 and 2012 Outstanding Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Award from the US Attorney’s Office and the 2022 Kevin A. Nienaber Lifetime Service Award from the FBI.
Jim has over 28 years of law enforcement and emergency management experience. He served as an ATF Special Agent for almost 25 years, including 17 years as part of ATF’s elite Special Response Team. Assigned to offices in California, Nevada, Texas, Washington DC and Florida he worked as a criminal investigator, undercover agent, tactical unit leader, sniper, supervisory branch chief, law enforcement liaison officer and public information officer. Before joining ATF, he served for four years as a Supervisory Security Specialist with the U.S. Air Force Security Police and Security Forces. Jim has instructed hundreds of classes around the country to federal, state and local law enforcement agencies, citizens’ groups and professional media personnel. He was a frequent instructor at the ATF National Academy teaching tactical operations, interviewing and interrogation. He has also authored over 75 articles on various law enforcement topics that have been featured in publications such as the NTOA’s Tactical Edge and the TTPOA’s Command. Jim holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Texas San Antonio, and a Master of Science degree in Criminal Justice Leadership and Management from Sam Houston State University. He also currently serves as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Tampa where he instructs classes on Criminal Justice.
Prior to joining DAGER, Mr. Lynch served on the Philadelphia Police Department for over two decades, with the majority of his time assigned to the bomb squad. Mr. Lynch has been involved with numerous federal, state, and local explosives-related assignments. He provided support to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Office for Bombing Prevention (OBP) as a program analyst for the National Counter-IED Capabilities Analysis Database. He also served as the lead workshop developer for the Multi-Jurisdiction IED Security Planning Program. Mr. Lynch currently serves as the National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA) Explosive/IED Section Chairman. He acts as a liaison representative to the National Bomb Squad Commanders Advisory Board (NBSCAB), International Association of Bomb Technicians and Investigators (IABTI), Combating Terrorism Technology Support Office (CTTSO), and DHS-OBP.
Mr. Redd holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Affairs and Political Science from James Madison University and has extensive operational experience in law enforcement special operations. Mr. Redd served over 28 years as a Special Agent with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) being assigned to the Special Response Team (SRT) for 25 years. During his tenure on the SRT, he was a full-time operator for 23 years with the last 8 as Commander of Special Response Team 2. Prior to taking command, Mr. Redd held the positions of Team Leader and Lead Master Breacher, and has wide ranging experience as an instructor in numerous specialties. He has planned, led, and/or conducted high-risk law enforcement special operations throughout the U.S. He was principal in the development and implementation of the Tactical Bomb Technician (TBT) program for ATF SRT. Mr. Redd is an operationally experienced FAA Part 107 UAS pilot and served 16 years in various US Army Reserve and National Guard units as an aviation officer. He is a combat veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Mr. Borbidge served as a police officer with the Philadelphia Police Department for three decades. His experience includes patrolling the streets of North Philadelphia, serving as a member of the bomb squad, and diving for the department’s marine unit. He is the author of the book, Bombs: Defusing the Threat, a current member of the IABTI and a former Chapter Director, and was instrumental in establishing Pennsylvania’s Hoax Law. Mr. Borbidge was the lead planner for several of DAGER’s Test Bed assessments including the Comparative Disruptor and Immediate Action Tools for VBIED Assessments.
Mr. Morefield holds a Master of Science in Forensic Sciences (Arson and Explosives Investigation) from Oklahoma State University and a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Criminal Justice from James Madison University. He began his career serving as a police officer with the Winchester (VA) Police Department for six years, rising to the rank of Investigator, where he specialized in vice and narcotics investigations and served on the department tactical team as the training officer. Mr. Morefield subsequently served for 22 years with the Federal Bureau of Investigation in both the Baltimore and Richmond divisions as a Special Agent Bomb Technician, Firearms Instructor, Hazardous Materials Team Leader, and Evidence Response Team member. In 2010, Mr. Morefield was promoted to Supervisory Special Agent in the FBI Laboratory Explosives Unit at Quantico, where he was qualified as an Explosives and Hazardous Devices Examiner. SSA Morefield was further promoted to Unit Chief of the Render Safe Unit where he led the domestic response to weapons of mass destruction FBI teams.
Mr. Wasserzug holds both a Bachelor and Master of Engineering in Chemical Engineering from the City University of New York. He also holds a Bachelor of Science, majoring in Earth and Space Science, from the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Prior to DAGER, Mr. Wasserzug served the U.S. Government for over 34 years, with a focus on areas of explosive detection and combating terrorism. He spent the last seven years of his government career as the Science Advisor for the Combating Terrorism Technical Support Office (now the Irregular Warfare Support Directorate). Mr. Wasserzug’ s contribution in the field of explosives detection covered a wide range of activities. His work contributed to new capability and/or improvements for screening technologies, explosive detection canines, and suicide bomber detection, directly benefitting the warfighter, interagency, and international communities.
Ms. Cory holds a Bachelor of Arts in English, with an emphasis in editing. She provides technical writing and editing support for DAGER documents. Ms. Cory has personally edited more than 60 Bomb Squad Test Bed reports and has over ten years of experience writing and editing technical documents.
Mr. Williams holds a Master of Arts Technology from Illinois State University and a Bachelor in Graphic Design from The Illinois Institute of Art in Schaumburg. Mr. Williams has worked in the field of design for over 20 years and has managed multiple mixed media positions while maintaining branding standards. His experience ranges from illustration, photography, and social media management to game design, AR/VR development, autonomous drone programming, and geospatial data & spectral image analysis.
Mr. Rowe holds a Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies with a minor in Terrorism and Critical Infrastructure. He is also attending American Military University studying Intelligence Studies with an emphasis on Intelligence Management. Mr. Rowe began his career over 10 years ago as an Explosive Ordnance Disposal technician in the US Army and currently serves in the West Virginia National Guard as a Team Leader in the 753rd Ordnance Company (EOD). He has supported Special Operations Forces (SOF) and Conventional Military Forces in all facets of counter improvised explosive device (C-IED) operations. He has an extensive background in chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive (CBRNE) operations and is Hazardous Material (HAZMAT) technician certified by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). He has also been involved with Joint-EOD publication development at the Naval Surface Warfare Center Indian Head Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technology Division (NSWC IHEODTD). Additionally, Mr. Rowe has test and evaluation experience with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) involving threat detection standards and public transportation safety.