Dennis Fritz, Director of EMN, is a retired Command Chief Master Sergeant in the United States Air Force.
While on active duty, he served as the principal senior advisor to 4-star Commanders at two major commands (Pacific Air Forces and Space Command). One of the Commanders he advised was the former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Richard Myers.
He was also the principal advisor to Commanders at two large Air Force flying wings (Yokota Air Base, Japan and Andrews Air Force Base, home of Air Force One). Dennis also held several positions at the Pentagon on the Air Force Staff and the Office of the Secretary of the Air Force’s Legislative Affairs. After active-duty retirement, he served in the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, as a contracted staff member. He earned a B.S. in Management from National-Louis University and a M.S. in Public Management from the University of Maryland’s School of Public Policy.
Areas of Expertise
Afghanistan and Iraq Wars pre-invasion Policy Planning documents
China and North Korea threats
OSD Policy Planning
National Security issues and policy development
Department of Defense Wounded Warrior Case Management Policy and Advocacy Expert
- Dennis Fritz & Matthew Hoh: Some veterans want a cease-fire in GazaWhile corporations shell out discounts and lawmakers offer their thanks for veterans’ service, some veterans, like EMN Director Dennis Fritz and Assoc. Director Matthew Hoh, say Veterans Day is a painful reminder of their own service, especially as war rages in Gaza.
- Dennis Fritz: WARNING: Do Not Escalate!This is not our war.
- Dennis Fritz: Why Ben From Ben & Jerry’s Blames America For The War In UkraineWe told them after they disbanded the Warsaw Pact that we could not expand NATO, not one inch. And we did that, we lied.
- Dennis Fritz: Don’t just thank Iraq War veterans for their sacrifice. Apologize to them on behalf of our country.The Iraq War wasn’t an honest mistake. It was a calculated effort executed to fulfill a political agenda.
- Dennis Fritz: Deadly Betrayal: The Truth of Why We Invaded IraqMost Americans don’t even understand that war is real when they are watching it on television.