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Kristin Fisher-Goodwin  

Military Fellow, Project on Nuclear Issues, International Security Program

Colonel Kristin Fisher-Goodwin is serving as the U.S. Air Force fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Colonel Goodwin is a B-2 and EC-130 instructor pilot with over 2,700 hours of flight time. She has served in numerous flying assignments including squadron commander, director of B-2 flying operations, chief of wing combat plans, chief of wing scheduling, operations group executive officer, and flight commander. In addition, she has served as senior executive officer to the commander of Air Combat Command, political adviser (POLAD) to the chief of staff of the Air Force, deputy director of the U.S. Pacific Command, Commander’s Action Group, and was selected for the Air Force Intern Program and worked in the SAF/AA Office and CJCS/LA Joint Staff. During her POLAD fellowship, she worked in the State Department as a political officer in the U.S. embassy in Bangkok, Thailand, addressing counterinsurgency, port security, and refugee issues. She has deployed numerous times to Guam and the Middle East in support of a variety of missions.

Col Fisher-Goodwin graduated from the U.S. Air Force Academy in 1993 with a B.S. degree in mechanical engineering. She also holds an M.A. in business and organizational management from the George Washington University. Some of her military awards and decorations include the Air Medal, Air Force Commendation Medal, Air Force Achievement Medal with four oak leaf clusters, and Combat Readiness Medal with three oak leaf clusters.

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