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10-25-01GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany – Energy security, water management and more highlight the premiere issue of a new magazine from the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies, which will also have its own social media sites.

The magazine, per Concordiam, is slated to be released in mid-March. In addition to the print and PDF version, magazine staffers will also maintain a Twitter account, located at:

http://www.twitter.com/per_concordiam

In addition, the center has created a Facebook “fan” page for the magazine, located at this address:

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Per-Concordiam-Magazine/309655784857

Conversations about topics in the magazine, the Marshall Center and more will highlight the both sides. Users will have access to per Concordiam staffers and other Marshall Center staff via the social networking locations.

“We’re excited about the opportunity to facilitate dialogue with our stakeholders as well as the broad audience the magazine will reach,” said Air Force Maj. Steve Taylor, interim managing editor. “Being able to discuss such important topics as those in the magazine in near real time is what makes social media such a powerful entity and is a real benefit to all of us.”

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LTC Ryan Boyle

LTC Ryan P. Boyle

Deputy Course Director for Program on Terrorism and Security Studies
George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies

Commissioned as an aviation officer in 1998, U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel Ryan P. Boyle entered active military service attending flight training at Fort Rucker, Alabama. His follow on assignment included serving as flight platoon leader, company

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