D. D. Hendrick

I am originally from Maine. I have lived in Korea, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, and Franken (Franconia), a region in the northern part of the German state of Bayern (Bavaria). I now live in Maryland where I work as an auditor for the U.S. government. I am also a lawyer. I have a plethora of hobbies, I am a Jäger (hunter) and I have a German Jagdschein (hunting license) and a Bavarian lifetime fishing license. I also enjoy sailing, photography, home brewing/winemaking, archery, and motorcycling and I am interested in building wooden boats.

I have a developmental/test wiki and I have a blog that used to be located here but got sorely out of date and I wanted to make room for this page. I am slowly working on them but if you want to see them both can be found here:

My Blog

My Wiki

These are also me:

I am a member of the bar in Maine and New Hampshire and several federal jurisdictions (see where here), although I am currently inactive in New Hampshire. I am of counsel to the law firm Maine Legal Associates, P.A., where I was formerly a partner. Prior to that, I had a solo practice in Maine.

I am also a Judge Advocate in the US Army Reserve as Trial Counsel in the 200th Military Police Command, previously I was a Defense Counsel in the 16th Legal Operations Detachment. I also previously served as a Judge Advocate in the Maine Army National Guard and with the Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, 7th United States Army Joint Multinational Training Command.

I hold several professional certifications, including:

Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) – 2015 – from ISACA

Certified Defense Financial Manager (CDFM) – 2015 – from the American Society of Military Comptrollers

Global Industrial Cyber Security Professional (GICSP) – 2016 – from Global Information Assurance Certification (GIAC)

I am a member of the following professional and fraternal associations:

If you want to know more about me, I have a more detailed bio/c.v.

Information on this internet domain reflects my personal views and does not represent the official position of the U.S. Government nor is my office such that I could make statements on its behalf.