Dennis Fritz is a former Air Force Command Chief Master Sergeant who retired from active duty in August 2003 after 28 years of honorable active-duty service. He held two of the Department of Defense’s highest enlisted positions. During his active-duty service, he had two assignments at the Pentagon which included serving as an Executive Officer to General Buster Glosson, the Director of Legislative Affairs, Office of the Secretary of the Air Force. Glosson was the architect of the air campaign during the first military hostilities against Saddam Hussein, under President George H.W. Bush. In July 2005, Fritz returned to the Pentagon as a contract employee, first as an Administrative Officer to the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Combating Weapons of Mass Destruction and Negations Policy, later as a member of the Declassification Review Team for Pre-Iraq War Policy Planning Documents, and finally, as a member of the Policy Planning Office in the Office of the Secretary of Defense. He is currently the Director of the Eisenhower Media Network.