Early Years, Family, And Education
Dr. Lynette Nusbacher, an American military historian and scholar, was given the name Aryeh Judah Schoen Nusbacher when she was born on December 17, 1966, in New York City, USA, to a Jewish family. Lynette has a brother, according to sources, but not much is known about him in the media. Jonas Maines is not Lynette’s twin brother, despite what some web sources claim. Nicole Maines, a transgender rights campaigner, has a brother named Jonas.
Lynette speaks Hebrew, German, and French fluently. She studied at the University of Toronto in Canada, where in 1988 she earned a BA (Honors) in history and economics.
She earned a Master of Arts in War Studies from the Royal Military College of Canada in 1994. She afterward enrolled at the University of Oxford to pursue a Ph.D. in Modern British history, from which she received her degree in 2001. She participated in quick courses in organizational leadership at the National School of Government and Cranfield School of Management in 2010.
Lynette has impressive credentials in strategy research and conflict studies, according to her LinkedIn profile.
She worked as an administrator at the University of Toronto from 1988 to 1994. From 1992 to 2000, she served as a Logistics Officer in the Canadian Armed Forces. She oversaw the audit and financial planning for an army unit while there. In 2000, she worked as a division staff officer.
She served as the military expert and senior lecturer on war strategies at the Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst, United Kingdom, from 1999 until 2013. She became a senior consultant and principal with LMC Consultant in 2006, and from 2007 to 2012, she lectured as a guest at the University of Reading in Berkshire, England.
In 2007, she was recruited to the role of Senior Intelligence Advisor in the London office of the British cabinet, and in 2008, she was given a promotion to Head of Strategic Horizons. She advocated for a transparent mechanism for evaluating the security of the country.
In 2011, Lynette started to gain notoriety as a “popular” historian. As a result, she launched the blog “Nusbacher Associates,” where she urges readers to investigate fresh possibilities in cyber tech and technology.
She is the leader of the “Devil’s Advocacy,” a group dedicated to examining skeptics’ perspectives and wise counsel on historical facts and speculations. Their main objectives are to access cognitive bias and create distinct future visions that include military technology, other plans, and combat tactics.
In addition to “War and Conflict,” “The Fight of Bannockburn 1314,” and “1314: Bannockburn,” which describe the war’s events in depth and explains why the battle is still important today, she has also published “London’s Civil War 1642–46.” She also discusses the military operations, apparatus, weapons, and political ideologies used in the Middle Ages wars. Her book “War and Conflict” was released in 2003. Lynette was still living as a guy at the time since she had not yet undergone gender transition surgery (physically). It was intended for this book to be included in a self-help book for teenagers. She even reviews real-world case studies.
Additionally, Lynette has had art posted online by “The Times of Israel.”
Her blog has a section devoted to the pieces she has written about UNRWA, Acts of War, the Aleppo refugees, and numerous other important subjects. Some of her writings were printed in the renowned online news source “Huffington Post.”
She authored an article titled “Civil War: Supply of Victuals to the New Model Army on the Naseby Campaign, 1-14 June 1645” for the English Historical Review.
Before making the switch, she frequently appeared on the History Channel as Dr. Aryeh Nusbacher, a military expert who offered reliable details, judgments, and explanations of military operations and defense tactics. She made her debut on television in the 2003 season of “Time Commanders,” where she quickly established herself as a top-notch authority in military history. From 2003 to 2005, she appeared in numerous additional episodes of the show.
She belongs to the Independent Advisory Group of the Surrey Police. Lynette is a lecturer in postgraduate Strategic Studies at the University of Reading and currently works at a cabinet office in London.
Television Documentary Series
She made an appearance in the 2003 National Geographic documentary The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King.
She had appearances in “Battlefield Detectives” from 2004 to 2005, “Weaponology” from 2007 to 2008, and “Conspiracy” from 2015 to 2016.
Her most recent television appearance was in “Mysteries of the Abandoned” in 2019.
While Melanie Bright was pursuing her Ph.D. in history, Lynette first met her in 1997. They were together for just under a year before getting married on June 7, 1998, and they spent many years living in Surrey, England.
Melanie, who was born in Canada, holds a diploma in public relations, a BA with honors in political studies, and a master’s degree in war studies. Since 2018, she has served as Winchester City Council’s head of communications.
Lynette underwent gender transition surgery in 2007. Melanie gave Lynette unwavering support and shielded her wife from any possibly offensive comments. “She does not wish to talk to you about a private matter,” Melanie would reply to everyone who inquired about Lynette’s transition.
Two kids were born to Lynette and Melanie. The family resides close to Surrey’s Guildford.
Interests, Favorites, And Intriguing Information
Reliable sources claim that Lynette instructed Princes William and Harry at Sandhurst.
Additionally, according to sources, she underwent the operation to change from a man to a woman while staying in Sandhurst so that her outward look would reflect how she felt inside. Everyone was reportedly required to treat her with the utmost respect and speak to her as “Ma’am” from that point on. Any crude or disparaging remarks about Lynette will be “handled with severe discipline,” the Major General of Sandhurst, Peter Pearson, warned.
Lynette has appeared on the PINK Lists from 2011 to 2013 and has been included in positions 53, 68, and 77. Before 2014, it was known as the Rainbow List, and now it is known as the Pink List.
The list, which was started in 2000 as a way to commemorate and appreciate all openly LGBTQ+ people, is published annually by the national newspaper of Great Britain, “The Independent on Sunday.” Lynette is involved in the Jewish community and works hard to preserve Jewish history and advance traditional customs. As a Jew, she appreciates the value of culture and tradition.
She goes under the moniker “Mrs. Gunfire.”
Dr. Lynette Nusbacher has grey eyes and brown hair. She stands 5 ft 7 in (1.7 m) tall, weighs 165 lb (75 kg), and has the following vital signs: 34-28-35.
Salary And Net Worth
Dr. Lynette Nusbacher estimated net worth at the start of 2020 is $1.3 million.