Roger N. Daigle, Jr. is currently Cognitive Performance Group's Facility Security Officer and is responsible for personnel and facility security programs. In 2017, Roger retired from the U.S. Army after serving for more than 30 years. During his career as an Intelligence professional, he performed various intelligence functions from the tactical to the strategic levels. Roger served as a Command Sergeant Major and Sergeant Major at the Corps, Division, Brigade, and Battalion levels during his last 14 years of service. He is a talented researcher and a capable military analyst who applies his vast military experience in our applied research efforts.
Roger supported the U.S. Army’s Program Executive Office for Simulations, Training, and Instrumentation Squad Overmatch (SOvM) program, where he prepared and implemented a family of tactical scenarios for small unit operations. Upon completion of the SOvM project, Roger assumed the lead role in developing scenarios and tactical documents for the Office of Naval Research’s (ONR) Assessment Toolkit for Leader Adaptability Skills (ATLAS). Roger’s latest contributions include being a critical member of the project team for an Army Research Institute effort investigating needs to best transition Soldiers from team member to Noncommissioned Officer roles.