Interview with J.D. Crouch
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J.D. (Jack Dyer) Crouch served at Deputy Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs from 2005 to 2007. Crouch served in two other positions during the George W. Bush administration: as U.S. Ambassador to Romania (2004-05) and Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Policy (2001-03). Prior to these posts, Dr. Crouch earned his Ph.D. in International relations from the University of Southern California and spent almost a decade as a professor of defense and strategic studies at Missouri State University (1993-2001) and in multiple federal government jobs related to national defense during the administrations of Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush.
J.D. Crouch, interview by Peter Feaver, Meghan O’Sullivan and Timothy Sayle, 25 June 2015. "The Surge" Collective Memory Project, Center for Presidential History, Southern Methodist University.