Christopher Whitcomb

Christopher Whitcomb

Christopher Whitcomb has worked extensively with foreign and domestic intelligence agencies in highly challenging environments, including Afghanistan, Kosovo, Israel, Somalia, Zambia and Timor-Leste. He has been awarded numerous citations and awards including the FBI's Medal of Bravery. Since leaving the FBI, Whitcomb has worked as on-air Global Security Advisor for NBC News, co-hosted Checkpoint CNBC with Martha McCallum (where he was nominated for a Peabody Award), and appeared on dozens of television and radio programs from Today, Meet the Press, and The Daily Show to Larry King Live, BBC programs and Imus in the Morning. He has spoken internationally to diverse organizations ranging from the British Parliament, the CIA and the United Nations to universities and Fortune 500 companies. Whitcomb is the best-selling author of three books, including Cold Zero: Inside the FBI Hostage Rescue Team (Little Brown, 2001), Black (Little Brown, 2004) and White (Little Brown, 2005). He has written for numerous publications including the New York Times and GQ magazine.
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