CMSgt Dennis L. Fritz, USAF (Ret)

Board Member since:  2010
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Chief Master Sergeant (USAF retired) Dennis L. Fritz is currently the Contract Program Manager for the Army’s Wounded Warrior Program. From 2008-2014 he was a Recovery Care Coordinator in the National Capital region.  He was responsible for the oversight of the support and care provided to Air Force Wounded Warriors by agencies of the federal government.  Prior to that, Chief Fritz was a Research Fellow with LMI Government Consulting and a Program Security Manager, Joint Strike Fighter, Anteon Corporation.  While on active duty, Chief Fritz served as principal advisor to general officers at two major commands and two large wings on the readiness, morale, and quality of life needs of Airmen and their families.  He also served as a key interface with DOD senior executives, Congress and the public.  Chief Fritz has held positions at all levels of the Pentagon from Air Staff to the Office of the Secretary of Defense.  He culminated his 28 years of military service at Andrews AFB as Command Chief Master Sergeant.  Chief Fritz earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Management from National-Louis University and a master's degree in Public Management from the University of Maryland's School of Public Policy.

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