The Campus is an "off the books" intelligence organization and private military company established by President Jack Ryan, Sr and run by former United States Senator Gerry Hendley.
The Campus was established by President Jack Ryan, Sr. with the help of Attorney General Pat Martin after the conclusion of The Bear and the Dragon and before the events of The Teeth of the Tiger, during which Ryan left the Presidency. Backed with one hundred blank presidential pardons, The Campus operates outside of any federal jurisdiction as it is not a formal member of the United States intelligence community.
The Campus is situated between the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the National Security Agency (NSA). This enables The Campus to remain in the loop about intelligence briefings without the cumbersome organizational bureaucracy or political red tape.
The Campus operates under the cover of Hendley Associates, a financial trading institution. Utilizing the intelligence brieifings from the CIA and NSA, Hendley Associates is able to see currency or market flunctuations ahead of most financial institutions and is able to utilize this information on the financial market. The profits generated from trading on financial institutions are utilized by Hendley Associates to fund the operations of The Campus.
After the breach of The Campus by Chinese Special Forces operatives in "Threat Vector", Hendley relocated The Campus from West Odenton, Maryland to Alexandria, Virginia.
Gerald "Gerry" Hendley - Founder and CEO
Jerry Rounds - Chief of Strategic Planning
John Clark - Director of Operations
Adara Sherman - Director of Logistics and Transport
Domingo "Ding" Chavez - Senior Operations Officer
Rick Bell - Chief of Analysis
Tony Wills - Intelligence Analyst
Gavin Biery - Director of Information Technology
Dominic "Enzo" Caruso - Operations Officer
Jack Ryan, Jr. - Intelligence Analyst/Operations Officer
Bryce Jennings - Director of Security
Brian "Aldo" Caruso - Operations Officer (deceased)
Sam Granger - Chief of Operations (deceased)
Sam Driscoll - Operations Officer (deceased)