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Col. Morris Davis is a United States Air Force officer and lawyer. He entered active duty in 1983. He was appointed to serve as the third Chief Prosecutor in the Guantanamo military commissions in September 2005. He resigned from the position in October 2007. Davis was named the head of the Foreign Affairs, Defense and Trade Division of the Congressional Research Service in December 2008. He was fired a year later, after the publication of a controversial op-ed he wrote in the Wall Street Journal.