Spotlight on...Christopher Lindberg
Christopher Lindberg is the Expeditionary Contracting Command director, Intelligence and Security, at Redstone Arsenal, Ala.

Christopher Lindberg is the Expeditionary Contracting Command director, Intelligence and Security, at Redstone Arsenal, Ala.

Describe you position:
I currently serve as the Expeditionary Contracting Command director for Intelligence and Security. I provide security and intelligence support for overseas and contingency operations to facilitate contracting and force protection for U.S. Army personnel deployed in support of the war fighter.

Describe your professional/education background:
I have a Bachelor of Science from the University of North Alabama in Radio/Television/Film and a minor in Public Relations. I have also served in the Army for 14 years as a military intelligence officer with various assignments including two deployments to Iraq during the Gulf War and Operation Iraqi Freedom 1. I joined the Army civilian workforce in 2005 and have worked in various security positions since to include assignments with U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command; Program Executive Office, Missiles and Space; and now ECC.

Where do you call home? Do you have children/grandchildren/pets? What do you do in your spare time?
I live in Madison, Ala., and I have five children (two sons, three daughters) ages ranging from 2-10. During my spare time, I volunteer with my children's sports programs and where I am also president of the Madison Pop Warner Football and Cheer Association. In addition, I have co-authored a recently published book entitled "Rise of the Red Crescent."

How does your job support the Soldier?
I provide supervision for a section that provides security, force protection and intelligence support for Soldiers deployed throughout the world.

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