SpecOps Classified - Private Military Contractor Novels
Political Investigations – Tactical Intelligence – Logistics
Threat Analysis – Fraud Assessment – Assets Protection
Military wolves raised CW Nelson
The ‘Old Man’ flew Recon missions and
frontline paratroopers during WWII and Korea.
B-47 StratoJet nuclear bombers and NRO B-47s
on Soviet espionage missions during the Cold War.
- Cold War Intel advisor for CIA
- Director Vietnam MACV Aerial Recon
- 'Q' Level DoE / DoD Security Clearance
- USAF Liaison, Office of Naval Intelligence
- Liaison, MACV US Army Chief of Staff
- Director, undisclosed USAF NASA projects
- Colonel Nelson retired from the Pentagon
Additional author resources-
CW Nelson worked material and Intel logistics-
- Criminal investigation support for Federal,
State and Local Law Enforcement
- Sheriff Dept. Homicide Detectives
Sheriff Dept. Narcotics investigations
- Western States FBI Regional Director
- Director DHS-Services
Counter Terror Group
- Military personnel. US Army
& Marine Corp. Snipers
- Security & Intelligence Agency
Military SIGINT plays a large role in RogueOps
CW did a stint with the U.S. Navy & Navy Reserves.
He engaged in large family ranching operations.
Agriculture land development.
A successful builder, developer.
CW lives with his lovely wife Vicki, in Idaho.
Home is Snow capped Sawtooth Mountains.
Pristine river valleys. Sparkling lakes.
Where he writes about what he loves most.
—The Land of the Free
—Because of the Brave
Special Thanks to
Our U.S. Military
Federal, State & Local law Enforcement
And their dedicated families
Apologies to those that find fictional
characters or scenes far-fetched.
Excuse it for literary license...
CW Nelson is making a damned point.
Offensive to Reality Disconnected Idiots—
RogueOps Military Political Action Adventures
The intent of RogueOps reality-based novels is to Provoke the reader. Anger the reader. Thrill the reader. Entertain. Not indulge and send delusional fools merrily on their way.
RogueOps does not drive peacefully down the middle of the road. We grind gears, burn rubber and rampage all over the highway at 120 miles per hour. We drive off the road, smash through things and set the reader on fire.
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