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From 1989 until 2009, Mary C. FitzGerald served as a Research Fellow in Sino-Russian military affairs at Hudson Institute. Fluent in Russian, she analyzed Russian and Chinese military writings for the DOD to define the revolutionary impact of emerging technologies on their military doctrine, strategy, operational concepts, organizational structures, and defense industry imperatives. FitzGerald served as consultant to the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, the Defense Science Board, the U.S. - China Economic and Security Review Commission, the EMP Commission, and various intelligence agencies.
In 1993, the Chief of U.S. Army Intelligence awarded her a civilian medal for her extensive briefings to the senior Army leadership on “Russian Lessons from Desert Storm.” From 1994-1995, she served as Adjunct Professor at the Air Command and Staff College, where she lectured extensively on Russian aerospace theory and practice. In 2007, she submitted testimony on "China's Military Strategy for Space" to the U.S. - China Economic and Security Review Commission.
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