A native of Orange County California, Colonel (Retired) Ray Wojcik, served as a soldier, noncommissioned officer and officer, in a variety of tactical to strategic assignments during 32 years of service in the U.S. Army. He was selected for the Army’s Green-to-Gold program and entered the Army’s Reserve Officer Training Corps at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. Upon graduation as a Distinguished Military Graduate, he was commissioned in the infantry.
Colonel (Retired) Wojcik served in numerous Command, Staff, Army, Joint and Foreign Area Officer assignments in Europe and the United States culminating in his final tour as Army Attaché, American Embassy, Warsaw. His significant strategic contributions center on enhancing U.S. and regional security, through assisting allies and partners to increase their defense capacities, capabilities and interoperability.
Colonel (Retired) Wojcik is the Director, Center for European Policy Analysis, Warsaw.