Camp H.M. Smith, HI 96861-4028
TEL: (808) 477-7602
FAX: (808) 477-7607
Director, Foreign Policy Advisor
Ms. Candy Green
Mr. Du Tran
Assistant Foreign Policy Advisor
Mr. Anton Wishik
Advises USPACOM on the foreign policy implications of his military responsibilities. This includes ensuring that military objectives are in harmony with U.S. political goals, promptly advising of potential problems, recommending steps to strengthen political-military ties with allies and friends in the region, and the preparation of USPACOM for meetings with senior foreign and U.S. leaders. Also includes helping to formulate strategic goals for USPACOM to deal with the changing security environment in the Asia/Pacific region.
Accompanies USPACOM on foreign travels throughout the Pacific and Indian Ocean region, as well as some trips to Washington, D.C., to provide policy support.
Serves as intermediary and focal point for USPACOM's interaction with the Department of State and 55 embassies and diplomatic posts in the region. Maintains extensive contacts at the Department of State to ensure USPACOM's views on important political/military trends in Asia/Pacific receive due consideration in interagency policy deliberations.
Provides policy support for the implementation of USPACOM's Cooperative Engagement strategy to use unique military resources of USPACOM to advance U.S. influence and access in the Pacific. Also serves on USPACOM's Battle Staff for simulated war games and furnishes advice on key aspects of the Command's war plans.
Advises on personal messages, memoranda, speeches, toasts and correspondence for USPACOM. Also edits/clears texts of congressional testimonies, point papers, strategy papers/studies, and foreign policy messages for USPACOM.
Participates in visits and key briefings of senior level foreign and U.S. visitors to the U.S. Pacific Command.
Maintains familiarity with the economic, political and diplomatic realities affecting the 41 nations in the USPACOM area.
Maintains close and regular contact with private elements outside the command to stay abreast of political, economic and military trends in the Asia/Pacific strategic environment in order to keep USPACOM keenly informed.
(as of October 2017)