Max Stitzer

Advisor, Defense Industry

Brigadier General Max Stitzer, USAF (ret.), is an Ogden, Utah native and Weber State University graduate with four decades of leadership and technical experience in military, federal government, private sector, and non-profit organizations including expertise in enterprise-level supply chain management; aircraft, weapons system, vehicle, component and spare parts repair and life-cycle sustainment; facilities, physical security, and infrastructure. Max served worldwide in tactical, operational, and strategic environments, including multiple combat deployments, operational and staff tours, and a combined seven years of service at The Pentagon on the Air Staff (Headquarters, United States Air Force) and two tours with the Joint Chiefs of Staff in the Directorate for Logistics where he served as a principal advisor on global operations, organic and private sector industrial base policy, and global force employment and campaign planning. The resulting enterprise and global executive perspective informs his mission to bring critical technology to market and operational viability and into the hands of warfighters for the defense of the United States and its allies and partners and to enable a prosperous economy and viable industrial base.

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