Major General (Retired) Malcolm Frost

Major General (Retired) Malcolm Frost
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Major General Malcolm Frost is an Army veteran with 31 years of service who has deployed to combat several times in a variety of leadership positions and also served as the Director (Chief) of Public Affairs and Deputy Director for Operations, in which he led planning and operations of the U.S. Dept. of Defense National Military Command Center that performs worldwide monitoring, crisis action, and strategic nuclear and current operational watch functions for our nation’s leaders. He is a 1988 graduate of West Point and a faculty member at Thayer Leadership.

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