Senior Fellow Bios

Fraser, William "Will" - Gen, USAF (Ret)

Will Fraser is employed as a Senior Fellow for the National Defense University in support of the Pinnacle, Capstone, and Keystone programs.

General Fraser completed 40 years of commissioned service, as Commander, United States Transportation Command —a Unified, Combatant Command— where he served as the single manager responsible for global air, land, and maritime transport for the Department of Defense.  Prior to this assignment, General Fraser was Commander, Air Combat Command, the 34th Vice Chief of Staff of the Air Force, and Assistant to the Chairman  of the Joint Chiefs.  He has also held a variety of additional command and staff assignments including command  of two bomb wings and an operations group.   He has over 4300 flight hours in a variety of aircraft and his operational assignments included the B-1, B-2 and the B-52.

General Fraser is a distinguished graduate of the ROTC program at Texas A&M University where he earned his  Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering Technology, a University of Northern Colorado graduate with a Master of Science degree in Management Information Systems.  Additionally, he completed the National Security Leadership Course National Security Studies at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University, the Executive Development Program Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University, the Program for Senior Executives in National and International Security John F. Kennedy School of Government Harvard University, and the CIA Senior Intelligence Fellows Program. 

General Fraser is President of W.M. Fraser Enterprises LLC and currently serving on the Texas A&M University President’s Corps of Cadets Board of Visitors and Corps of Cadets Association Board of Directors.  He is also a member of the Uber Military, aVolt Incorporated and Erudite Advisory Boards, the Gordian Institute and consults for the Northrop Grumman Corporation and is a Strategic Advisor for the Sierra Nevada Corporation.