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Captain Chuck Nash

Retired U.S. Navy Captain Chuck Nash is a military analyst for FOX News. Nash retired from the Navy in 1998 after serving more than 25 years as a naval aviator.

 

During his career, Nash served in tours that included: Head of the Strike/Anti-Surface Unit Warfare and Air to Air/Strike Support sections on the staff of the chief of naval operations in the Pentagon; Executive assistant to the deputy commander in chief, U.S. Naval Forces Europe, London, U.K.; Commanding officer, Strike Fighter Squadron One Three Seven; and Operations officer, Commander Carrier Airwing Thirteen.

 

Nash also served in numerous Navy tactical and training squadrons and staffs ashore and afloat accumulating more than 4,300 hours of flight time and 965 carrier landings. He also served in temporary liaison billets ashore in Turkey and northern Iraq.

 

Nash is founder and president of Emerging Technologies International Inc.

 

Nash is a graduate of the National War College.