Maj. Gen. Dana Pittard

Dana Pittard was a major general in the United States army. He spent 34 years in the army before retiring in 2015. He is also the author of the book “Hunting the Caliphate,” which tells the story of the initial fight against ISIS in Iraq in 2014. During his time in the U.S. Army, he earned a number of honors and medals including the Defense Superior Service Medal, four Legion of Merits and the Bronze Star with Valor Device, among others. He also served as the military aide for President Bill Clinton for about two years and commanded a tank company during the Gulf War. He completed four combat tours, all in Iraq.

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