Charles Jacoby, Jr.

  • Decorated Military Leader
  • Senior Vice Chairman, Capitol Peak Asset Management

General Charles (Chuck) H. Jacoby, Jr., who serves as a Senior Advisor with Capitol Peak Asset Management, brings over 36 years of experience leading military, government, and international organizations. Prior to retiring from the U.S. Army, he was the first Army officer to Command North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) and U.S. Northern Command, where he reorganized the 1,800 person bi­national and joint headquarters and integrated 35 federal, state, and non-governmental organizations for the defense and security of North America. 

 
  

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Leadership Topics

Strategic Agility Strategic Planning Strategic Assessment Positive Leadership Organizational Culture Risk Intelligence / Risk Management ...

  • Strategic Agility
  • Strategic Planning
  • Strategic Assessment
  • Positive Leadership
  • Organizational Culture
  • Risk Intelligence / Risk Management

Global Security Trends: Challenges and Opportunities for U.S. Interests

The United States in Global Affairs Strategic Deterrence in the 21st Century Transnational Threats and Border Security North American Cooperation The Future of the Arctic Alliance Structures Threats:Transnational Organized Crime; Terrorism / Counterterrorism; Cybe ...

  • The United States in Global Affairs
  • Strategic Deterrence in the 21st Century
  • Transnational Threats and Border Security
  • North American Cooperation
  • The Future of the Arctic
  • Alliance Structures
  • Threats: Transnational Organized Crime; Terrorism / Counterterrorism; Cyber; Ballistic Missile Defense; Nonproliferation; Nation States (Iran, North Korea, Russia)

U.S. and International Military Affairs

Civilian Control of the Military (civ-mil relations) Homeland Security and Homeland Defense Future of the Army / Future of the Joint Force Aerospace Defense Cyber Warfare The Military-Industrial Base Liberty vs. Security America's Competitive Advantages ...

  • Civilian Control of the Military (civ-mil relations)
  • Homeland Security and Homeland Defense
  • Future of the Army / Future of the Joint Force
  • Aerospace Defense
  • Cyber Warfare
  • The Military-Industrial Base
  • Liberty vs. Security
  • America's Competitive Advantages

U.S. Interagency and Multi-National Collaboration

Achieving Unity of Effort Trusted Partnerships as a Strategic Center of Gravity Mechanisms for Collaboration Public-Private Partnerships ...

  • Achieving Unity of Effort
  • Trusted Partnerships as a Strategic Center of Gravity
  • Mechanisms for Collaboration
  • Public-Private Partnerships

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Biography

General Charles (Chuck) H. Jacoby, Jr., who serves as a Senior Advisor with Capitol Peak Asset Management, brings over 36 years of experience leading military, government, and international organizations. Prior to retiring from the U.S. Army, he was the first Army officer to Command North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) and U.S. Northern Command, where he reorganized the 1,800 person bi­national and joint headquarters and integrated 35 federal, state, and non-governmental organizations for the defense and security of North America.

He has commanded at all levels in joint and Army assignments, from Company to Geographic Combatant Command, including combat operations in Grenada with the 82nd Airborne Division; Operation Enduring Freedom, Afghanistan; and Operation Iraqi Freedom, Iraq. He also served as Instructor and Assistant Professor in the Department of History at the U.S. Military Academy. As the Deputy Commander of Combined/Joint Task Force-76, he was responsible for the 18,000 troops conducting combat operations in Afghanistan; as the Commander of Multi-National Corps-Iraq, he commanded the 135,000 troops conducting combat operations across the country of Iraq. General Jacoby served as the Director of Strategy, Plans, and Policy for the Joint Staff, where he led planning for coalition and NATO operations in Libya, assisted in the Middle East peace process, and served as the U.S. Military Representative to the United Nations.

His military decorations include awards from the governments of Canada, Mexico, Honduras, Guatemala, and Colombia. An avid writer and historian, he has penned scholarly monographs on the efficacy of air campaigns and the organization of modern Brigade Combat Teams and Op­Eds on Ballistic Missile Defense and strategic deterrence. General Jacoby has served on several organizations, including the Council of Foreign Relations, the El Pomar Foundation, the Association of the United States Army, and the U.S. Naval Institute.

General Jacoby holds a B.S. from the United States Military Academy as well as an M.A. in History from the University of Michigan; an M.S. in Military Arts and Science from the School of Advanced Military Studies at Ft Leavenworth, Kansas; and an M.A. in Strategic Studies from the National War College at Ft McNair, Washington, D.C.