Tony Davis is a retired Army officer, former Country Director for a congressionally chartered nonprofit organization in South Korea, civil servant, and professional writer.
Across 21 years, Tony served his country in the United States Army as a career military intelligence officer, retiring from Joint Forces Command / Special Operations Command as a lieutenant colonel. From commissioning to retirement, Tony served in a wide variety of staff and leadership positions globally, including combat operations in Iraq. Among his overseas assignments and deployments are Germany, South Korea, Japan, Thailand, Egypt, Croatia, Spain, Qatar, Kuwait, Jordan, Bangladesh, and many others.
Tony is the author of numerous articles and blog posts as well as the book, God Loves You: Some Restrictions May Apply (and Many Other Christian Dilemmas) (2019). He is available for freelance writing and editing, with a special affinity for science, travel, politics, and theological topics.
Tony holds a bachelor’s degree in political science and two master’s degrees: in international relations from Troy University and professional writing from New York University. He is a graduate of both the US Army Command and General Staff College and the Joint Forces Staff College. His hobbies include SCUBA diving, paragliding, classical guitar, and a passion for traveling (fifty-one countries and forty-five states so far and counting).