T. GEN. DAVID DEPTULA, RET.
Lt. Gen. David Deptula, Ret. served as Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance at the Headquarters U.S. Air Force for over 34 years. He earned his wings in 1977, and was the principal attack planner for the Desert Storm coalition air campaign in 1991. In 2006, he was the standing Joint Force Air Component Commander for Pacific Command.
Douglas Loverro served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Space Policy, retiring in 2017. Before this, Loverro served as Executive Director for Air Force Space Command’s Space and Missile Systems Center. His aerospace development accomplishments include inventing the supersonic chemical oxygen-iodine laser and initiating the Department of Defense’s Global Broadcast service.
William Parker served for 31 years with the Department of State, ranking as Minister-Counselor, equivalent of Major General. He specialized in foreign services, accumulating a plethora of critical national security initiatives worldwide.
DR. NATHAN KUNDTZ
Dr. Kundtz is a physicist, engineer, and entrepreneur. He works with Tectonic Ventures, Duke University, and numerous other organizations to find and build great companies.
PAMELA MELROY (Colonel, USAF, RET.)
Colonel Pamela Melroy (retired) was an Air Force test pilot and NASA astronaut, flying three times in space. She was one of two women to command the Space Shuttle. She has had an extended career as an aerospace executive including with Lockheed Martin, DARPA, and the FAA.
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