Jonathan T. Gilliam

Jonathan T. Gilliam

Tap the gear icon above to manage new release emails. Twitter - @jgilliam_SEAL Facebook, Instagram, Youtube @Jonathan T Gilliam Jonathan T. Gilliam grew up in the Ozark mountains of north Arkansas, and graduated from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock with a BA double major in Political Science and Psychology. Gilliam began his career in service as a Police Officer just outside of Little Rock, Arkansas before he received his commission in the United States Navy at Officer Candidate School (OCS). After graduating Basic Underwater Demolition / SEAL (BUD/S) training, Gilliam was assigned to SEAL Team FOUR where he received his SEAL Trident. After attending US Army RANGER School, Gilliam forward deployed as Officer in Charge (OIC) in Central and South America as a Navy SEAL Officer on Counter Drug/Narcotics missions. 
In 2002, Gilliam stepped out of military service and directly into federal law enforcement where he served in an undercover role as a Federal Air Marshal flying on US transcontinental flights, including flights that were being targeted on 9/11/2002 by Islamic jihadists. Later that year Gilliam also served as a Security Specialist Contractor for the US Department of Homeland Security, responsible for Instructing soft target sectors as a member of an assault team showing them how they could target themselves from an attacker's perspective in order to build awareness for action and better defenses for reaction to attacks. 
 From 2005-2013, Gilliam served with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) as a Special Agent in the New York Office on criminal and counterterrorism squads. Gilliam conducted 1000s of hours on surveillance, served as co-case and case agent, led arrest teams and functioned as the Special Events Management Unit (SEMU) Coordinator, where he developed threat assessments on targets in the New York area and functioned as the on scene coordinator at high threat events and large-scale incidents. in 2012, Gilliam served as the FBI Rapid Deployment Team Coordinator, where he outfitted and assisted in coordinating the deployment of agents to Benghazi to investigate the crime scene in Libya following the terrorist attack that killed Ambassador Christopher Stevens, Sean Smith, Glen Doherty, and Tyrone Woods. 
Currently, Gilliam is the only analyst in today's media that possesses operational experience in military Special Forces combined with experience in multiple local and federal law enforcement agencies displaying a breadth and depth of knowledge in operations and leadership that is unmatched. He has made thousands of appearances on Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, NEWSMAX, OANN, and other global and local news networks. He is a Sirius XM host where he fills in for Sean Hannity, Andrew Wilkow, and David Webb, and he is the host of his own live show called The EXPERTS that is simulcast weeknights at 8pm EST on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. Gilliam’s first book, Sheep No More; The Art Of Awareness And Attack Survival debuted for pre-sale on the Amazon Best Seller list with continued success since its release on December 12, 2017. Gilliam's Areas of Analysis Include: • A deep understanding of the political structure of Local, State, Federal Law Enforcement, Military Operations and Intelligence • A no nonsense analysis of political motivation • Domestic and International Terrorism • Navy SEAL and Department of Defense Operations • FBI Operations • Personal Protection and route planning • World Religions • Islamic Fundamentalism • Threat Mitigation • Unconventional Warfare • Military Special Operations • Joint Terrorism Task Force • Targeting and Analysis • Crisis Management • Teamwork • Leadership • Surveillance • Intelligence Gathering • Special Events Management and Security Planning • Veterans Affairs • Criminal Maneuvering • The War on Drugs • The breakdown of leadership at all levels of government • Government Contracting • Able to speak the language of each particular areas listed above along with the public / private sectors in which they function
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