Pete Hull

Pete Hull

Pete Hull is visiting faculty at the US Army War College. He teaches in the Homeland Defense and Security Issues Group of the Center for Strategic Leadership. He is a principal analyst at ANSER, a defense and homeland security analytic services corporation. His work there included leading an analysis of the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and resulted in the publication of "Heralding Unheard Voices," a report that looked at the role of faith-based and non-governmental organizations following disasters. Prior to that he served as the Executive Manager for Emergency Preparedness of the US Senate Sergeant-at-Arms. He is a retired naval intelligence officer and served for 23 years in the US Navy.