Name: Robert A. Fitton
E-mail Address: Nfan3@aol.com
Organizations/Clubs/Philanthropies: Wounded Warrior Mentor Program, Wreaths Across America Volunteer, Defense Science Board, American Society for Industrial Security, Military Officers Association of America, National Army Museum
Civilian Honors: “Outstanding Young Men of America” Selectee, Nunn-Lugar-Domenici Weapons of Mass Destruction Instructor, Certified in Homeland Security, American College of Forensic Examiners Institute, Homeland Security Exercise Evaluation Program
Military Retirement Date, Date of Rank, Service and Key Positions: Retired 1 July 2001 after 30 years of active duty service at the rank of Colonel, US Army. Key Positions were Director of Military Support; Chief, Legislative Planning, Defense Security Assistance Agency; Commander, Pittsburgh Recruiting Battalion; Commander, Troop Support Battalion, and Commander, 2nd Battalion, 39th Infantry Regiment
Name of Spouse and Children: Wife - Mary Alice (Benjamin) Fitton, Daughter Mrs. Tracy Anne (Fitton) Rieper, and Daughter Ms. Jennifer Lynne Fitton
Army Reserve Ambassador Robert A. Fitton is a retired Colonel and former President and Chief Operating Officer of Excalibur Associates. COL (US Army, Retired) Fitton has a broad area of expertise including leadership and management, national security, emergency preparedness, and infrastructure protection. He was instrumental with publishing numerous military and Federal agency planning documents, as well as military doctrinal manuals and training guides. COL (US Army, Retired) Fitton is a graduate of the US Military Academy, West Point with a Bachelor of Science degree. He holds a Masters Degree in Education with the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and also graduated from the Industrial College of the Armed Forces (now Dwight D. Eisenhower School for National Security), National Defense University. COL (US Army, Retired) Fitton has served with and certification for Homeland Security, the Defense Science Board, the National Security Reform Board, and National Institute of Urban Search and Rescue.