Adam A. Such II
Senior Advisor, Defense & Government Services

Adam Such is actively engaged in technology assessment, development, transition and commercialization initiatives for leading public sector organizations such as the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency and the Special Operations Command in addition to support for market-leading private sector defense and security companies. Adam conducts due diligence, strategic assessment and opportunity analysis for several private equity and consultancy firms on market trends and potential or current portfolio investments. He also provides strategic consulting as well as advisory and operations support to companies focused on the defense, aerospace, security and automotive markets.

Retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel after a 20-year career in the US Army and Special Operations, Adam’s final assignment was as the Deputy Commander of 5th Special Forces Group. Adam commanded, managed and participated in numerous operations, operational support activities and contingency operations at all levels of the Special Operations Command. During his career, Adam commanded a classified, operational special project that also sought and transitioned leap- ahead technologies and concepts to the Department of Defense and other US Government agencies. He remained involved throughout his career in development, modification and fielding programs for US Special Operations Command and is still active today to ensure a qualitative advantage in the field for the Service Members.

Remaining committed to those he served, Adam is a committee member on the Congressional Research Advisory Committee for Gulf War Illness.

Adam earned a BS in Engineering with minors in Foreign Area Studies and German and received a Master’s Certificate in Security Studies from the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. While in Slovenia, he was an adjunct professor of US National Security Policy and Organization as well as a Special Assistant to the US Ambassador and the Slovene Minister of Defense.