Dan Wagner retired from the U.S. Army as senior military advisor to the Director of Legislative Liaison for US Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) in Washington D.C. where he focused on policy and budget. He has a total of eight years working with the U.S. Congress, first for the Secretary of the Army and then for the commander of USSOCOM, including serving in the office of Rep. Mike Rogers (MI-08), Chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI).
As a career military intelligence officer supporting Special Forces, Dan served as a senior representative for USSOCOM to the Central Intelligence Agency as well as multiple tours in Iraq, Afghanistan, Africa, and other areas with both conventional and special operations units. Dan is now a principle with O’Brien, Gentry, & Scott LLC. Separately, he is a fellow at the National Security Institute at GMU and is an advisor for the OSS Society as well as Special Operations Association of America and is a co-chapter leader of the 160th Night Stalker Association in Washington DC.