E3/Sentinel has announced the hire of industry experts Brian Freiburger, Dennis Emmert and Tim Horn to its Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction team.
With more than 25 years of leadership experience in the U.S. Air Force and the Defense Department, Freiburger serves as the director of CWMD Programs and is responsible for setting strategic direction, long-term goals and growth objectives for the company’s CWMD portfolio. Before E3/Sentinel, Freiburger served at the Defense Threat Reduction Agency as the liaison to the Pentagon.
Similarly, Emmert has joined as the E3/Sentinel CWMD executive adviser, with more than 26 years of experience and knowledge in the U.S. Army. He previously was the director of the U.S. Army Nuclear and CWMD Agency, responsible for training, readiness and oversight of the agency’s nuclear employment augmentation.
Horn, the new CWMD executive adviser and lead for CWMD’s work supporting the Space Development Agency, comes to E3/Sentinel with more than 30 years of experience in the U.S. Air Force and CWMD-focused work in nuclear, chemical, biological, radiological, high-explosive and improvised threats. His more recent role was as director of DTRA.
The trio’s knowledge of the mission challenges faced by E3/Sentinel’s customers “is already bringing a fresh perspective on how we are assisting these critical missions,” said Andy Maner, CEO at E3/Sentinel. “We are thrilled to bring this team and their decades of experience and perspective into our growing enterprise.”