Mr

Adam 

Jux 

Civilian Targeting Consultant

Adam Jux is a retired Royal Air Force Officer who also served in the Royal Australian Air Force and the Australian Army over his 27 years of military experience. He is a qualified targeteer and has worked in the discipline for the last 14 years, including on operations. He has instructed in targeting, collateral damage estimation and has mentored targeting at the Joint and Component levels. He has published a number of articles and contributed to white paper research regarding targeting in general and its interaction with intelligence and other disciplines. He is currently working as a civilian targeting consultant for NATO’s Joint Warfare Centre in Stavanger, Norway under contract for CALIAN EUROPE AS.

Information provided is current as of April 2022

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