Chris Haliday is a Research Fellow with the Center for Emerging Threats and Opportunities (CETO).  He joined CETO in June 2012.

Mr. Haliday possesses extensive leadership and management experience in military logistics and operations, both at the staff level and in the field. During his 28-year active duty Marine Corps career, he served in a range of service, joint and combined assignments, including company, battalion and installation command, as well as with the logistic plans and policy staffs of Headquarters Marine Corps, U. S. Central Command and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. His strengths cover the areas of multifunctional logistics, particularly relating to support of Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGTF) operations; transportation and distribution operations; strategic planning and policy development; force structure analysis, design and planning; and installation management, including base operating support, public works, physical security, community services and military support to civil authorities.

Mr. Haliday’s education includes a bachelor’s degree in Economics from Duke University, master's degree in Security Studies from the Marine Corps University and additional graduate work in International Economic Relations at the Paris Institute of Political Studies.