Mr. Keith Miller (Dusty) has more than 36 years of experience in uniform and industry. He served 29 years in the British Army, leading all aspects of Intelligence production, dissemination, management and training. A former British Army officer, Dusty has a wealth of knowledge and operational experience in NATO and multi-national intelligence operations, counterintelligence, counter-terrorism, security, Explosive Ordnance Disposal Intelligence, predictive analysis, risk/project management and consultancy, contingency planning, and investigation.
Among his many and varied assignments, Dusty played a lead role in the largest Joint Coalition Special Forces’ operation in military history during the 2nd Gulf War. He also managed and directed the All-Source Fusion Cell during the successful NATO certification of the first Rapid Reaction Corps Headquarters. Dusty came to the USA in 2002, assigned to the 5th U.S. Special Forces Group, and deployed less than four months later for Operation Iraqi Freedom in January 2003. He served as the deputy J2 to the Coalition Joint Special Operations Task Force – West (CJSOTF-W), earning the American Bronze Star.
Dusty has worked with Titania’s founders and leadership since arriving at Fort Huachuca, AZ, in 2004; joining them at their former company, Oberon, when he retired from the British Army in 2006. Dusty is a Master Instructor, and was Oberon’s Project Lead providing training in critical thinking and creative understanding at the U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence. His experience also includes leading a large company business development team and designing and developing the strategic business plan for their TRADOC account. Before joining Titania, Dusty was the Senior Project Manager responsible for leading a software design and development team for the Distributed Common Ground System – Army (DCGS – A) ease of use program. He also acted as a consultant to the Training and Doctrine Command, Capabilities Manager, Sensor Processing (TCM-SP), on matters relating to doctrine and the intelligence analysis process.
At Titania, Dusty is responsible for development, growth, and management of intelligence training programs. He currently leads a critical program developing support to an important customer, the 111th MI BDE, at Fort Huachuca, AZ.