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- Elaine Donnelly : Founder and president of the Center for Military Readiness, which opposes social experimentation in the military and calls for conservative values
Board of Advisors
- Alan Carlson : President of the Howard Center for Family, Religion and Society and adviser, Center for Military Readiness; was the general secretary and lead convenor of the World Congress of Families (1997); National Commission on Children in the Reagan Administration;former executive vice president, Rockford Institute; visiting fellow, American Enterprise Institute
- William Fields : Attorney, advisory board member of Center for Military Readiness; serves on bank and hospital boards in Marietta, Ohio; bass-baritone in musical theater and at the Republican National Convention
- Prudence Fields : Actress, mezzo-soprano at the Republican National Convention; advisory board member of Center for Military Readiness; county chairman in eight political campaigns; long-time activist Eagle Forum
- Frank Gaffney, Jr. : Neoconservative author; founder and head of the Center for Security Policy; columnist for the Washington Times; member, Committee for the Present Danger; Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs under Richard Perle; contributing editor, National Review; advisor, Project for the New American Century; advisory board, U.S. Committee for a Free Lebanon; "favorite columnist", American Conservative Union
- Bruce Hooper : Vice Chairman, Foreign Policy Research Institute (1986-); advisory board member of Center for Military Readiness; retired U.S. Marine Corps in 1964 and worked in Interstate Oil Transport Company, a tugboat/oil barge company engaged in petroleum transportation; President of the Marine Corps University Foundation, a Councilor of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, a Director of the Center for the Study of Popular Culture
- David Horowitz : (1939—) American conservative activist who underwent a conversion from the New Left of the 1960s and 1970s, to become an intense critic of liberalism, and later Islamist thought, in popular culture; founder of the David Horowitz Freedom Center and various watchdog organizations; "favorite columnist", American Conservative Union.
- Frederick Kroesen : General, U.S. Army, retired, formerly commanded United States Army Forces Command and United States Army Europe; adviser, Center for Security Policy, Center for Military Readiness
- John Lenczowski : Founder and director of The Institute of World Politics, a graduate school of international affairs in partnership with Boston University; advisory board, Center for Military Readiness; Director of European and Soviet Affairs at the National Security Council (1983-1987) and as Special Advisor to the ]]Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs]] (1981-1983)
- Samuel Lessey, Jr. : Brigadier general, U.S. Air Force, retired; Director of the Selective Service System (1987-1991). He has served as Inspector General of the U.S. Synthetic Fuels Corporation, Mobilization Assistant to the Director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), member of a Management Implementation Team for the Air Force Reserve, and member of the National Committee for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve.
- Kate Walsh O'Beirne : Washington Editor of National Review; advisory board, Center for Military Readiness; former Vice President of Government Relations at the Heritage Foundation; Deputy Assistant Secretary for Legislation at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (1986-1988); Presidential Commission on Women in the Armed Forces (1992)
- David Richardson : Vice admiral, U.S. Navy, retired; adviser to the Center for Military Readiness; former Commander, United States Sixth Fleet and former Deputy Commander in Chief, U.S. Pacific Fleet.
- Phyllis Schafly : Add brief definition or description
- Nahida Sherman : Colonel, U.S. Air Force, retired intelligence specialist; advisory board, [[Center for Military Readiness}}
- Robert Stumpf : Commercial airline pilot, Commander (naval), retired U.S. Navy; advisory board, Center for Military Readiness; commanded Blue Angels; combat in Libya (1986) and Gulf War; charged with, and cleared of, inappropriate conduct in the 1991 Tailhook Convention but had his promotions withdrawn
- Richard Trefry : Lieutenant general, U.S. Army, retired; Program Director for the Army Force Management School at Ft. Belvoir, VA.; advisory board, Center for Military Readiness; Inspector General of the U.S. Army from 1977 until his retirement in 1983; Military Assistant to President George H.W. Bush and Director of the White House Military Office, from 1990-92; Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff for Army Personnel from 1975-1976, during which time the decision was made to increase the number of women in the Army from 2% to 10%;responsible staff officer for implementation of the enrollment of women at the United States Military Academy
- Carlisle Trost : Admiral, United States Navy and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, retired; advisor, Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs
- Claudius Watts III : Lieutenant general, U.S. Air Forcel retired as Comptroller of the Air Force; 7,000 flight hours in special operations and airlift; advisory board, Center for Military Readiness; served as President of The Citadel (1989-1996)
- Faith Whittlesey : Chairman of Christian Freedom International; advisory board, Center for Military Readiness; U.S. Ambassador to Switzerland during the Reagan Administration (1981-83) and (1985-86); Head of the White House Office of Public Liaison (1983-1985); former Assistant United States Attorney, Eastern District of Pennsylvania; two terms in Pennsylvania state legislature
- Walter E. Williams : John M. Olin Distinguished Professor of Economics at George Mason University; department chairman (1995-1991); boards of Grove City College, the Reason Foundation and the Hoover Institution, Cato Institute, Landmark Legal Foundation, Institute of Economic Affairs, Business and Media Institute of the Media Research Center and Heritage Foundation; columnist, WorldNetDaily and Frontpage Magazine; "favorite columnist", American Conservative Union
- William Woodruff : Professor of Law at Campbell University; advisory board, Center for Military Readiness; Colonel, U.S. Army, retired; former chief of the litigation division of the Army's Office of the Judge Advocate General
- Feminism : Movement seeking the emancipation of women from discriminatory gender roles and laws.