Board of Advisors Member, The Sierra Institute
Lt. General David Fridovich, formerly Deputy Commander, United States Special Operations Command, recently retired after completing nearly forty years of service. Fridovich served as Commander at every level in the Army, including platoon, company, battalion, Special Forces Group, Theater Special Operations Command, and Special Operations Task Force. He has commanded nearly 60,000 Green Berets, Army Rangers, Navy SEALS and Delta Force teams. Fridovich earned his Bachelor’s degree in International Relations from Knox College, and his Master’s degree in Political Science from Tulane University. He also studied at the U.S. Command and General Staff College at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas, and the British Forces Royal College of Defence Studies in London, England. Fridovich is currently Director for Defense and Strategies at the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs.