Inwegen was a politician from the USA.
He served on the Executive Board of the USWP as an Emeritus member.
He was the Chief of Staff for President Scrabman and for President Harrison Richardson.
- 1 Public Career
- 2 Further reading
- 3 Achievements
Inwegen served as the Communications Director for USWP from January 2009 through mid-April 2009 working primarily within the party's run at the presidency and on the Scrabman's presidential campaigns.
USA Politics Involvement
Ambassador to Russia
Inwegen was the Ambassador to Russia under the Justinious McWalburgson III presidency of January 2009.
Secretary of State
Inwegen was the United States Secretary of State from February 6th, 2009 to March 6th, 2009 during the first term of Uncle Sam's Presidency. When Sam was impeached and Scrabman took over, Inwegen was appointed to his second tenure as Secretary of State. Inwegen continued as Secretary of State until he decided to step down in mid-May 2009 when he realized that his Deputy HarrisonRichardson had shown true Secretary prowess and intuition over the ATLANTIS dissolution era.
Chief of Staff
Inwegen immediately became Chief of Staff for President Scrabman after he left the position of Secretary of State. Inwegen and Scrabman have been close friends since Inwegen started playing eRepublik. Scrabman wanted to keep Inwegen as a close advisor and trusted friend through his tenure as President and Chief of Staff was the perfect place for this role. Inwegen continued as Chief of Staff into the Harrison Richardson administration due to their close mentor/mentoree relationship.
USA Armed Forces Involvement
United States Army India Company 3rd Platoon
Inwegen served his nation under India 3 under Platoon Leader Scrabman up until the rearrangement of forces based on time zones.
United States Army 3rd Army MOUT
Inwegen served as CO of MOUT for about a month. After the election of Scrabman to a full term, Inwegen decided to resign from the Army because he felt that he was unable to devote the time necessary to help the officer problems that had been plaguing 3rd Army.
Random interview that ended up having a lot of good thoughts put into it on Inwegen's views on various topics (July 2010):.