About Jeff White
Jeff is a U.S. Army Sergeant Major (Retired) with over 20 years of experience in special mission units and the intelligence community. He has vast experience in leading operations in developing countries. Jeff is a master of managing both small, complex teams or larger multi-discipline elements. He is also experienced at representing organizations at Senior levels, Senior Executive Service, General Officer, and U.S. Ambassadors.
Jeff began his career in the Army with the 1st Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment. As a Ranger, he trained, managed, and supervised nine-man Ranger Squad in light infantry tactics such as raids, ambushes and reconnaissance missions. Jeff also conducted countless live fire exercises and parachuting operations.
For over a decade, Jeff was part of the Army’s elite 1st SFOD-D (Delta Force). During that time he served as a team member on assault team, recce/sniper team, as a master breacher, second in charge of assault team and HUMINT Team Sergeant. During his time with Delta, Jeff had:
- One operational deployment as assault team member serving as advance and member of high-ranking official Personal Security Detail (PSD);
- Two operational deployments to Afghanistan;
- Three operational deployments to Iraq as a recce/sniper team member; and
- Three operational deployments to Iraq as a HUMINT team leader managing 10 to 20 personnel.
Jeff planned and participated in numerous combat operations, close target reconnaissance (CTR), surveillance of high value targets and Advance Force Operations (AFO). He assisted other government agencies on numerous high threat meetings in combat theaters, conducted/led eight hostage debriefs with other government agencies, and conducted over 200 interrogations.
Jeff’s unique background provides him with a great understanding of fusing multiple disciplines into one working group to solve complex problems. He is able to work as part of a team or alone in austere environments.