Chaney’s experience, however, goes much deeper than conducted programs with the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Center of Disease Control (CDC) to develop, prepare and supervise the security operations at US Government vaccine repositories in the event of a biological or chemical attack. He’s also served as a subject matter expert for the Joint Staff J-34. Chaney’s led ATFP Assessments worldwide and attended several Peace Keeping (stability) and Force Protection training programs led by UK Ministry of Defense (MOD) and the IDF in Israel. Additionally, he’s also provided support to USAF Pacific Command for operations in Iraq and Afghanistan and provides security red team support for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
After having served in the 5th Special Forces Group, 7th Special Forces Group, 1st BN 75th Rangers and a special mission unit, Chaney retired from the U.S. Army Special Operations Command in 1991. He received a Bronze Star, Purple Heart, Legion Merit, Meritorious Service Medal and numerous other awards.