The following biography was copied from a NorthrupGrummanAnalysisCenter paper ca 2005.
Richard Dunn is a senior analyst at the Northrop Grumman Analysis Center, where he is responsible for preparing in-depth assessments of military, political, technological and economic developments worldwide. He is a recognized, wide-ranging authority whose opinions on defense matters are sought by the national and international media. Before joining Northrop Grumman Corporation, Dunn spent over four years at SAIC, where he developed new approaches for understanding the future of warfare. Dunn joined SAIC after completing a successful 29-year career in The U.S. Army that included brigade command and staff positions of significant responsibility and culminated with service as director of the Chief of Staff of the Army' Staff Group. At the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, Dunn taught Chinese Language, international relations, and Chinese politics and government. Dunn' education includes a bachelor' degree in civil engineering from Bucknell University and a master of public affairs degree from Harvard University. He also studied international relations in Taiwan as the first Olmsted Scholar to study in Chinese. Dunn is a 1991 graduate of the National War College.
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