LT. COL. TIMOTHY R. O'NEILL
The Insiders
Lt. Col. Timothy R. O'Neill. PhD
(U.S. Army, Ret.)
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Lieutenant Colonel Timothy R. O’Neill (U.S. Army, Retired) and West Point professor of engineering psychology can be called the father of digital camouflage with the development of Dual-Tex and his understanding of visual biophysics and human visual performance makes him the leading expert in the field of camouflage.

United Dynamics

From: Guy Cramer [mailto:gcramer@hyperstealth.com]
Sent: Monday, August 20, 2007 1:49 PM
To: johnlear@cox.net
Subject: Lt. Col. Timothy R. O'Neill (U.S. Army, Ret.)

John, I just received your phone message.

Lt. Col. Timothy R. O'Neill, Ph.D. (U.S. Army, Ret.) is my partner in camouflage design and a few other programs. Tim is a consultant for HyperStealth Biotechnology Corp.

I have a page with my other company United Dynamics Corp. http://www.uniteddynamics.com/ featuring Tim's background here: http://www.uniteddynamics.com/dualtex/
 

Shades of Gray (Mass Market Paperback)
by Timothy R. O'Neill 

Editorial Reviews

From Publishers Weekly:

West Point psychologists Sam Bondurant and Liam FitzDonnell are assigned to find out why cadets living in a certain dormitory suffer especially disturbing nightmares and wake to the chill of a sad, benevolent presence in their room. The problem is given historical dimension by Maggie, Sam's wife, whose research shows that since the 1850s, the ghosts of a former teacher and his daughter have been sighted periodically in that area. The skeptical Sam and Liam, whose interest in Gaelic runes will tie in with the sightings, set up video cameras, tape recorders, EEGs and EKGs to monitor the sleeping cadets and the mysterious room. First novelist (and Lt. Colonel) O'Neill knows West Point, its environs and campus almost too wellhis detailed descriptions of the lives of instructors and plebes, complete with banter and vulgarity, are not as interesting as the supernatural events he chronicles. When he sets technology to the study of parapsychology, however, O'Neill makes good use of today's adult mechanical toys in a well-turned ghost story.
Copyright 1987 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

From Library Journal:

When bloodthirsty ghosts haunt his barracks room, West Point cadet Barstow, terrorized, disappears. Skeptical staff psychologists Sam Bondurant and Liam FitzDonnell, attempting to solve the unsolvable, stalk the nightly visitors with an incredible array of scientific equipment. Meanwhile, Sam's wife Maggie, determined to solve the mystery herself, also turns sleuth. Despite the attempted enigmatic interference by a stereotypically crabby old librarian, Maggie unearths the eerie history of the haunted room. Intertwined with the subplot of a fated, bittersweet romance, the story builds to an effectively chilling climax. Although some passages, partly due to an excess of technical terminology, are rather slow and awkward, this is an impressive and skillful first novel based on an actual incident at West Point in 1972. Ronald L. Coombs, SUNY Downstate Medical Ctr. Lib, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Copyright 1987 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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