White House Military Aides: William Q. Sinnott and Kelley Brown
About this Video
William Q. Sinnott is a retired U.S. Army lieutenant colonel and was a White House Military Aide from 1978 to 1981 during the Carter and Reagan Administrations. He is currently a program manager at AECOM Government Services on a Boeing/Lockheed Martin, AECOM Joint Venture. Kelly Brown is a U.S. Army lieutenant colonel and was a White House Military Aide for 5 years during the Clinton and Bush Administrations. She is currently a military fellow for the Chief of Staff of the Army, Strategic Studies Group.
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