David A. Morehouse, Ph.D.
Dr. David Morehouse has had an extremely diverse life, which in the words of his superiors, essentially began with a notable military career. He held a Regular Army commission in the United States Infantry and is a Distinguished Military Graduate, and a Dr. Ralph D. Mershon Award winner, designating him as the top cadet commissioned into the Regular Army in 1979, amongst 2,800 other potential candidates.
During his tours of duty, Major Morehouse served in many staff and command positions ranging from Airborne rifle Company Commander to Commander of an elite Airborne Ranger Company—he commanded for over four years while the majority of his peers commanded only eighteen months. He was Aide de Camp to two army generals, the Battalion Executive Officer (second in command) of the 680 men of the 2nd Battalion, 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, as well as being the Chief of Training for the 13,500 men and women of the 82nd Airborne Division.
From 1987 to 1991, David Morehouse was assigned to several highly classified special access programs in the US Army’s Intelligence Security Command and the Defense Intelligence Agency’s Directorate of Science and Technology as a top secret Psychic Spy, a Remote Viewer. An Army Ranger, Master Parachutist, Pathfinder, Scuba Diver and Special Operations Soldier, his distinctive military skills place him in a select group of army officers. He holds a Master of Military Art and Science Degree, a Masters degree in Administration, and a Doctorate in Education. The recipient of numerous military awards and decorations, his last assignment was to have been with the Chief of Staff of the Army’s elite “Study Group” as the non-lethal weapons expert.