Nicholas Chadwick joined the Army Reserves in 2000 with the 2nd Psychological Operations Group. He completed Basic Training at Fort Benning, GA and AIT at Fort Gordon, GA as a System Analyst. Mr. Chadwick deployed in 2006 with the 15th Psychological Operations Battalion as the S6 Communications Officer; hand-selected for a Captain slot for Operation Iraqi Freedom. He provided communications support for the Psychological Operations Task Force - Iraq. Mr. Chadwick maintained communications equipment including USACAPOC Tactical Local Area Network (TACLAN) equipment and experimental Army Research Lab (ARL) Natural Language Translation server stacks. He used experimental solutions to create additional capabilities to collect open source intelligence (OSINT) and the technical solutions necessary for new dissemination techniques for the theatre of Iraq.
Mr. Chadwick has Bachelors of Business Administration from the University of Toledo. In January 2019 Mr. Chadwick joined the newly formed 75th Innovation Command on the Cyber and Electromagnetic Warfare portfolio. Mr. Chadwick has worked with the Atlantic Digital as a government contractor since 2016 supporting a major Combatant Command focusing on Cloud and Data Science infrastructure. Mr. Chadwick is also engaged in studying and writing about the emerging doctrine of Multi-Domain Operations incorporating Space and Cyberspace.